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- Injected EVA bushings underfoot work hard behind the scenes to keep you riding longer
- Extruded Anodized Aluminum heelcup adds 30% more strength
- Injected Aluminum buckles are lightening quick and smooth-gliding
- Universally compatible discs allow you to mount your binding on any 4-hole, 3-hole, or The Channel-based snowboard
- Quick adjust forward lean�jib hero to powder hero in like one second bro!
- Tool-free size adjustment allows for micro-tuning in the heat of the moment and in no time at all
- Grade 8.8 hardware: leaps and bounds ahead of the competition
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Will they fit all burton boards? I have a...
Will they fit all burton boards? I have a 151 burton freedom. Will they fit?
Yea fo sho they will. For this year Union made a compatable base plate to fit any type of board on the market right now. All you need to do is turn the disk to fit, tweak out your feet as needed and ur good. They also work on 'channel' or EST aswell. Hope this helps
I decided to try these out because they are only 130 dollars! I absolutely love them. I ride data's as well but for the money i would def. recommend these!
i got the green one and it looks very sick with the signal park series.
will these fit on my burton blunt? and how...
will these fit on my burton blunt? and how well do they ride?
These are the bottom of Unions line up, BUT are still sick bindings. If you have the channel on your Blunt, then all you ned to do is get the 'retro discs' and they will be compatable. If you do not have the channel on your Blunt, then you are good to go. Good flex, hold well, and power transfer is solid and correct. The DLX's are a softer binding with a good flex. You can take them from park to pow no problem. They dont have all the bells and whistles as the Force's or Data's, but Union makes solid product throughout their line. If you get them, you will not be dissapointed. Hope this helps bro :)
Can these be used as an all-mountain...
Can these be used as an all-mountain binding? I freestyle here and there but mostly stick to shredding the whole mountain, will these work for that?
They are more of a softer binding. They perform best in the park and off of smaller features on the mountain. IF you want a more 'all mountain' binder, check out the Force's as they are a bit stiffer. Not saying that you cant take the DLX's on the whole mountain, but it might feel a lil loose if you rip at higher speeds. I have last years Contacts and they are listed as 'park/urban', yet I take them all over from steeps to trees to pow. So im pretty sure you can do the same with these bad boys. But if Joe uses them, then you know they are a pretty soft binding. Union makes sick bindings that last through the abuse you will put them through, trust me. But personally I would spend the extra $70 and get the Force's. Hope this helps bro