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Union Factory Snowboard Bindings

Union Factory Snowboard Bindings
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Description: Union Factory Snowboard Bindings

The performance and durability of the Factory has been proven - winning practically every major snowboard contest around the globe. Being the preferred binding of Union Pro Rider Torstein Horgmo, the Factory is a high performance, "do everything" binding that delivers in all conditions and terrain.

Key Features of the Union Factory Snowboard Bindings:
  • Stage III Atlas Base
  • Raw Injected Dupont Zytel ST Base
  • Team Highbacks
  • Shift-on-the-Fly Forward Lean
  • Injected EVA Bushings
  • All-New Extruded 3D Aluminum Heelcups
  • 3D Direct-Connect Strap System
  • All-New SONICFUSED Ankle Straps
  • Magnesium Buckles
  • All-New Toe Buckle System
  • Universal Disks
  • Grade 8.8 Hardware
  • All-New Toe Cup Design
  • Canted 2.5 degree Gas Pedals
  • Lifetime Warranty Base
  • Endorsed by Travis Rice


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Janice L on Nov 18, 2013
Reviews show this is the most responsive binding in the market all mountain/freestyle. Cannot wait to ride with them on!
David M on Oct 3, 2013
durability, aesthetics, fit.
jeffrey b on Oct 22, 2013

I own those bindings if i get Union T Rice will i get lot of benefit on riding what will be a difference? i like free ride and all mountain i do not do parks or free style, sometimes jumps on natural terrain, i also have T rice Pro HP board and DC T Rice boots 2014 model. thanks
Aistis on Feb 24, 2014
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I have a size 10.5 boot, what size should I get? The s/m said up to 10.5 but didn't know if it was better to get the bigger of the two sizes. Thanks
A shopper on Feb 9, 2014
Best Answer: i think you should be ok with M/L size because L/XL goes from 11+ US size, so if you are like me 11.5 you should get L/XL, but if you are 10.5 you should be fine with M/L hope somebody correct me if i am wrong:)
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I'm an all mountain rider who cruises through the park on rare occasions. I stay away from the rails for the most part. I'm picking up a Capita NAS 163W, and figure that's about the perfect board for my riding style. Between the Burton Cartel's and the Union Factory's, which is more comfortable? I'm sure there's minor weight/performance/etc differences between the two, but I'm equally sure I'm not likely to push the bindings far enough to be negatively affected by those differences. The cost difference is minimal. I prefer to spend a little more on gear and use it for several years (as opposed to buying something new every year). Thanks for the help.
Matthew A on Dec 10, 2013
Best Answer: Hi Matt,

Both the Burton Cartel and the Union Factory bindings are great. The bindings are responsive, comfortable, and can handle any type of terrain you get into.

Although it's a tough call, I'd go with the Burton Cartel Snowboard Bindings. There's a countless amount of adjustability, and it'll be easier to find parts anywhere in the world, if you happen to break something (Burton's warranty department is great). The Factory has a thicker and more plush looking ankle strap, but I find that the Cartel ankle strap fits better over a wider range of boots. In addition to that, the Burton Gettagrip Capstrap can't get any better.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 10, 2013
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What percent contact is touching the board when its attached? on the union website they have the number for the contact, contact pro, atlas, and force, but not the union factory.
tristan m on Oct 4, 2013
Best Answer: You're in good hands Tristan. The Union Factory Snowboard Bindings have the same baseplate as the Union Atlas Snowboard Bindings - meaning that the Factory bindings have 20% contact with the board.
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