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Flux DLs for Bataleon Boss or something else?

Does anyone have any input on the Flux DLs? How are they compared to say the Rome 390s which are a popular freestyle binding? I'm looking for a more freestyle setup for jumps/park but not terrible if my friends decide to go make some trail runs. Thanks!
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Bump. Anyone? Need some good bindings. Not worried if they are pricey. I don't mind spending some extra money on something that's worth it.
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Should be good. I have a pair of DMCC light (DL predecessor) on a Bataleon limited board that very close in specs to the boss. Middle flex, comfortable, light. I don't notice them when riding, which is probably a good thing.

The DL should be little stiffer and has the dual density foam cant system and sensor for more adjustments. I'd ride them on everything maybe except on a pure ultra stiff freeride board. In fact I'm thinking of getting one for the banana magic.

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