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I haven't riden these bindings because I returned them as soon as I took one out of the box. I wanted to replace my union forces for the sole reason that I don't like the toe strap. The burtons, while extreme light, and I mean REALLY REALLY LIGHT, felt very flimsy and cheap. Especially compared to the unions. Im not sure if I'm a fan of the hammock idea either but aside from speculation and feeling them I can't comment on their performance. There was a major design flaw that I can't believe burton even let get to production on these bindings. If you want to set any forward lean, you have to move the high-back all the way back to the closest position to the heel loop, otherwise the adjusting stopper gets jammed between the high-back and heel loop. After moving the highback back to this position I also noticed that when I folded it down, the screws which secured the highjack into place would turn and wiggle. Also the ratchets on my unions feel much more solid. I am going to stick with my forces I think and maybe swap out the toe strap,

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