Go for the 150 man, you would sacrifice alot of pop, especially since this is a rocker board. Also pressing will still be easy on the 150
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More on the stiff side. A 7/10 on the DC scale.
check out the union contacts
Got some right now
Really sick bindings especially the white ones for that night time shredder. They glow in the dark. Super Steezy
They are right now
Your old high backs were just broken in a little bit. Union has been using the triplezone high backs for a few years now. triplezone meaning its stiffer on the bottom, than gets softer for the other two zones.
Sorry man Union products don't ship to Canada, I was pretty pissed when i found that out myself. Just go to your local shop as soon as you can to pick up a pair.
Definitely go with the L/XL, because if you went with the M/L you would have to have the strap settings on as far as they would go, and you don't want to do that unless you have to.
These boots are sick. Super comfy, nice amount of flex in it. It's a perfect freestyle boot. Can't wait to try it out ! I just wish it came in some steez colors.
Yes it's straight leg
I think you can on the 686 site
These bindings are so sick, The EVA makes the whole binding float so your base plate isn't actually on the board, not completely at least, the magnesium ratchets are quick in and out, but the toe strap ratchet is a little difficult to press in all the way. The high back is comfy, along with the gas pedal foot bed, which is also EVA. And last but definitely not the least is the bright green, not a chance you couldn't recognize me from aways away.. if that makes sense
It's not the best, I wouldn't bother trying unless the hill is really lit up.
Could you fit a shovel in here?
Go for the L/XL, the M/L is 6 to 10 so your just out.
How easily will this board do presses, and butters? I know it will hold up good for jumps, but i'm unsure about the flat chamber for flexing