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Union Contact Pro Snowboard Bindings 2014

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Specs

Type:
  • Freestyle
  • All Mountain
Entry Method:
  • Conventional Strap
Highback:
  • Asymmetrical
  • All-New Asymmetrical Contact Pro Highbacks
Ankle Strap:
  • 3D Profile
  • 3D Direct-Connect Strap System
Toe Strap: Combo
Baseplate:
  • Fiber Reinforced
  • All-New Contact Pro Base Dupont Zytel ST Base
Baseplate Padding:
  • Fullbed
  • All-New Multi Density EVA Bushings,
Ratchet Type:
  • Metal
  • Magnesium Buckles
Flex:
  • Medium/Stiff
  • 7
Compatibility:
  • 3D
  • 4x4
Recommended Use:
  • Advanced
  • Intermediate
Baseplate Warranty: Lifetime
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Union Contact Pro Snowboard Bindings

As the alarm goes off, you jump out of bed and hurry into your clothes taking a quick look over the Union Contact Pro Snowboard Bindings and the rest of your gear before leaving the room. Its brand new contact pro base and magnesium buckles ensure you the quality and durability relied upon by the pros! Bouncing with anticipation, you can barely stand the wait in line before you are finally spit out at the top of the mountain and make the final adjustments to the high-tech bindings. Flying down the mountain as your board chews up the snow, you cannot contain the smile that breaks out across your face. Nothing beats the first run of the morning and you laugh sharing your joy with the waking mountains around you.

Key Features of the Union Contact Pro Snowboard Bindings:
  • All-New Contact Pro Base
  • Dupont Zytel ST Base
  • All-New Asymmetrical Contact Pro Highbacks
  • Shift-on-the-Fly Forward Lean
  • All-New Multi Density EVA Bushings
  • All-New Extruded 3D Aluminum Heelcups
  • 3D Direct-Connect Strap System
  • Multi-Layer Tapered Strap Core
  • Magnesium Buckles
  • All-New Toe Buckle System
  • All-New Universal Mini-Disk
  • Grade 8.8 Hardware
  • All-New Toe Cup Design
  • Tested and Approved by Gigi Ruf

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Christmas gift - son picked out
Heather G on Dec 2, 2013
Wanted to see what all the hype was about for Union bindings
Matthew C on Nov 15, 2013
because my son said they were what he wanted and its a Christmas gift otherwise I don't know jack about these things :)
Debra D on Nov 19, 2013
Union bindings are the shit!
adam m on Nov 11, 2013
I wear a size 11 boot, and ride a 158 board.. would it be better to get a medium binding or a large?
Hard Charger on Aug 21, 2013
Best Answer: I've rode my size 11 boots in medium and large Union Bindings - but I tend to ride low profile, slim, and short designed boots.

If you have a boot that has a reduced length footbed, a low profile, and a narrow width pick the Uncion Contract Pro Snowboard Bindings in size medium. If you have a boot that is bulky with more volume, chose the size large.
Reply (1) · Report · Matt GStaff on Aug 22, 2013
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Sould I buy the force or the contact pro? Most of the time I´m riding on groomed slopes, but i also want to hit the park and maybe do some powder sessions.
I got a DC Focus snowboard.
Austria M on Apr 29, 2014
Best Answer: Hey there. I think both Union bindings are ok, they are really good in all mountain and respond very well in parks. Anyway, I would reccommend you to buy the Contact Pro, since this model is a bit better in the park, because of the highback. This part is a bit softer than the Force's. This helps in your turnings. Otherwise, the base is really thin and that makes you have sensibility and control on your board. These things doesn't affect much in powder, so you will have no problem at all.
If you want to be a better rider in a shorter time, and learn to have 100% control on your moves, go with the Contact Pro!
Hope this helps you,
Cheers!
Ramiro.
Reply · Report · Ramiro M on Apr 29, 2014
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What is the stiffness of these bindings?
A shopper on Sep 25, 2013
Best Answer: The flex rating on the Union Contact Pro Snowboard Bindings is set to a 7. This means that it will be in the Medium to Stiff range of bindings.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Sep 25, 2013
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Do you ship to Australia?
A shopper on Apr 10, 2014
Best Answer: Unfortunately we Cannot ship Union Bindings internationally. Please check out our international shipping page at http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/shipping-information/international-shipping/ for more information.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Apr 10, 2014
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What would be better for mainly riding park? Contact Pros or Burton Cartels? My board is the DC MLF.
A shopper on Feb 14, 2014
Best Answer: I have the contact pros but can't vouch for the cartels. I heard the cartels are decent but I love my contact pros, I ride a DC devum which is all mountain freestyle but really feels like a park board and the pros are solid, light, and just have a good feel too it. Depending on if you are an above average snowboarder I don't think the bindings should matter.
Reply · Report · Matthew C on Feb 15, 2014
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Have a 2014 Totally Fk'n Awesome and was wondering if the 14' contact pros are to soft for it? Currently have 14' Factory and 14' Chargers but using for other boards.
A shopper on Jan 22, 2014
Best Answer: So got Burton ION size 10.5 should i go for m/l or l/xl? Thanks
Reply · Report · Andreas E on Jan 29, 2014
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What's the main difference between the contact pro and the force? And how much different are this years force compared to last years?
Slimes on Nov 5, 2013
Best Answer: There's almost too many differences to mention the Force and Contact Pros have completely different ankle straps, disks, baseplates, and highbacks.

The Union Contact Pros are going to be lighter weight and provide more shock absorption/cushioning.

The 2014 Union Force Snowboard Bindings have a completely rebuilt baseplate, ankle strap, and highback.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Nov 5, 2013
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How come you dont have the third color of these bindings? I know there is a white,red/blue model.
Chris N on Oct 20, 2013
Best Answer: Hey Chris,

You're right, Union does make a red, white, and blue colorway for the Union Contract Pro Snowboard Bindings. I wish we could purchase every color of every product but we have to focus on what we think our customers would like the most.

You can always paint them any color you want...
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Oct 23, 2013
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Do union Bindings come with the channel disk or do you have to buy that apart?
Alejandro B on Aug 12, 2013
Best Answer: The Union Contact Pro bindings do come with a universal disc for 3D, 4x4 and Channel mounting.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Aug 13, 2013
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If you buy a Board and Bindings in the same order are they put on your board and ready to go when you get them Or do u have to put it on yourself?
Alejandro B on Aug 12, 2013
Best Answer: You will need to mount the Union Contact Pro bindings yourself. Due to the wide variety of stance options it is simply not practical for us to mount them for you. Consider also that you have 4 phillips screws per binding - so mounting is very simple.
Check out our binding mounting video at ahttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4xGuJlzCcw
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Aug 13, 2013
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So got burton ION 10.5 should i go for medium or large?
Andreas E on Jan 29, 2014
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im 5'6" 180lbs wear size 10 in a Thirtytwo brand boot and ride a 151cm board what size contact pros would you say would work best M/L or L/XL?
Chris K on Dec 16, 2013
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