|Type:||Freestyle, All Mountain|
|Entry Method:||Conventional Strap|
|Highback:||Asymmetrical, All-New Multizone Force Highback|
|Ankle Strap:||3D Profile, Symmetric 3D Direct-Connect Strap System|
|Baseplate:||Fiber Reinforced, All-New Stage IV Base Dupont Zytel ST Base|
|Ratchet Type:||Metal, Magnesium Buckles|
|Recommended Use:||Advanced, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Union Force Snowboard Bindings
Break free from sloppy bindings and get the Union Force Snowboard Bindings! This top performance machine has become a staple of riders everywhere who need an all around setup that can go anywhere. The Union Force Bindings feature high strength magnesium buckles all around, and a solid stage IV base. This binding also utilizes a new high back design that is contoured to the rider, and extruded aluminum heel cups that provide ultimate durability. Give your riding the boost it needs with the Union Force Snowboard Bindings!
- All-New Stage IV Base
- Dupont Zytel ST Base
- All-New Multizone Force Highback
- Shift-on-the-Fly Forward Lean
- All-New Dual Density Injected EVA bushings
- All-New Extruded 3D Aluminum Heelcups
- Symmetric 3D Direct-Connect Strap System
- Multi-Layer Tapered Strap Core
- Magnesium Buckles
- All-New Toe Buckle System
- Universal Disks
- Grade 8.8 Hardware
- All-New Toe Cup Design
- Lifetime Warranty Base
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Let me know what boots you are going to ride this season and I'll see if they fit better into a size s/m or l/xl Force.
And what size binding would fit best, medium or large?
I'm sorry to hear that your strap broke. If it was an ankle strap and you just want to replace it, check out the Union Atlas Ankle Binding Straps HERE: http://www.the-house.com/un7ufas46bk14zz-union-snowboard-bindings.html
Other than that, the Union Force Snowboard Bindings are the most well rounded bindings in the Union line. They're great for EVERYTHING!
Do i get the m/l or the l/xl as i worry that with sum ice build up or snow pow that i will be spending alot of time scraping ice out because of tight fit but then the l/xl will have more toe overhang so which is the lesser of two evils ? i did try my boots in a m/l at a local store and thought they were pretty borderline tight
Sorry about the confusion
You have access to anything that is online in our store. It may not be in the showroom, but they will bring it out to you. I encourage you to come check out the store, and any products you may have questions about: http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/general-helpdesk/contact-us-opening-hours/
Either of the sizes in the Union Force bindings will fit your boots.
The DC boots do run about a half size small.
Below are the major differences between the Union Force and Union Contact:
Base: Stage IV / Dupont Zytel ST
Highback: Multizone Force
Heelcup: Extruded 3D Aluminum
Base: Dupont Zytel ST
Heelcup: Extruded Anodized Aluminum
Buckles: Injected Aluminum
The Union Force Bindings is the durable workhorse of the line. It's great and you really don't need to look any further than it. Great choice.
I apologize if this info your already know, but Men's boots differ more than just size (ex: taller highback and wider heel cup). I would first recommend you look at Women's L bindings. If the bindings you like best are a Men's binding then yea, Union at least suggests you would be most comfortable in a Men's M/L.
If you don't expect to grow anymore you can get the M/L but if you think you may go up in boot size get the L/XL Union Force Binding.
Either M/L or L/XL Union Force Bindings will fit your boot and board but you will be best off with the M/L.