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Union Force Snowboard Binding

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Force Snowboard Binding

You’ve heard the name, you’ve seen them on your favorite riders, and now you’re here. The Union Force is the workhorse of the snowboard binding world and has proven time and time again they are here to stay. With an unbeatable price-to-performance ratio and an overall medium flex, the Union Force are made for the 100-day-a-season rider that wants to ride everything, everywhere without breaking the bank. The Extruded Aluminum 3D Heelcups, Duraflex ST baseplate, and Magnesium buckles combine for a very lightweight binding that still lives up to the Union motto: STRONGER. The Force multi-zone highback is designed to give you support and response where you want it but still allows you to bend into deep presses or tweak out your favorite grab, making it the ideal binding for any rider on the mountain.
  • All-Mountain binding designed for any riding style
  • Medium flex allows park sessions to technical lines
  • Multi-zone Force highbacks are responsive and tweakable
  • Duraflex nylon is strong, durable, and extremely light
  • Exoframe 2.0 and TS-2.0 Hexgrip straps provide comfort without bulk
  • Thermoformed EVA bushings absorb shock and reduce impacts
  • Universal mounting disk mounts to any modern snowboard
  • Lifetime warranty on baseplates and heelcups
  • Item #UNNZ07A

Highback
Force Duraflex ST
Baseplate
Stage 4 Duraflex ST
Baseplate Padding
multi-density thermoformed EVA
Ankle Strap
Exoframe 2.0
Toe Strap
TS - 2.0 Hexgrip
Ratchet
magnesium
Flex
medium
Mount
universal disk (4x4, 4x2, Channel)
Tool-less Adjustment
yes
Claimed Weight
[medium] 4lb 3oz
Recommended Use
all-mountain snowboarding, freeride/powder snowboarding, park & freestyle snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
[baseplate, heelcups] lifetime, [all other parts] 1 year

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>Rating: 5

9 Phenomenal Years

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
M
Height
6` 1"
Weight
168 lbs

I have had the same pair of Union Force bindings for nine years now. I have ridden my Union Forces on the icy slopes of upstate NY, the steeps of interior BC. They have taken me for rides in slushy park laps, mid-summer hiking missions, and deep pow winter days. I cannot say enough about the versatility, durability, and overall quality of these bindings. You will not regret your purchase.

>Rating: 1

Horrible bindings

I purchased two pairs of 2021 Union force bindings they are both made out of incredibly cheap plastic these bindings have sharp edges all around the base and the back of the binding. I do not recommend Union binding company. they are absolutely terrible!

>Rating: 5

Soft yet responsive!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

After searching far and wide for a binding that can handle it all the union forces keep me coming back. Lightweight and versatile you can take these anywhere from a groomer to the steepest and deepest terrain. Highly recommend

>Rating: 5

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>Rating: 5

Union Force

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
M
Height
6` 0"
Weight
155 lbs

I've had multiple pairs of Union Force's over the years. The Force got some major upgrades with these new straps and added canting in the disc cover. I'm also stoked they have been offering the solid Team highback the last couple seasons. I can't tell a difference in the flex of the Team high back and the traditional one. So why not fly the flag. I love Union bindings.

>Rating: 5

Better than ever

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This has been my go-to binding for the last 6 years. Its responsive underfoot, and the highback is only mid flex allowing you to twist and turn in the park. It will ride through anything on the hill and can be mounted to any board and feel like it belongs. If you really weren’t sure what to get in a binding, i would just pick the Force and be done with it. I’m a big fan of the strap update as that is really the only area that I ever see wear on my Forces, after two seasons the foam starts to rip on the ankle strap. These new injected straps actually offer a more supportive locked in feel than the skinny older foam straps which for me is a welcoming upgrade.