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Flux DMCC Light (current DL) vs DM (ex. DMCC)

Hi,

I have option to buy either used DMCC Light 12/13 of used current season used DM.
I ride Arbor Element RX, mostly groomers, also some light freeride, pow and stuff like that. My freestyle is mostly limited to ground tricks, butters etc, no huge jumps, no rails. I currently use Rome Targa and I like quick response, but not lack of comfort. Which out of those two bindings should fit me better?

...or maybe I should look for SF/SF45?

Thanks!

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Hi,

I have option to buy either used DMCC Light 12/13 of used current season used DM.
I ride Arbor Element RX, mostly groomers, also some light freeride, pow and stuff like that. My freestyle is mostly limited to ground tricks, butters etc, no huge jumps, no rails. I currently use Rome Targa and I like quick response, but not lack of comfort. Which out of those two bindings should fit me better?

...or maybe I should look for SF/SF45?

Thanks!
I own the lights from the same year and use them for railing groomers on my t.rice hp, and I have also used them on my charlie for pow days. They are stupid light, and still quite responsive. I have not rode a ton of bindings, but I do love my lights and will ride them until they explode.
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Hi,

I have option to buy either used DMCC Light 12/13 of used current season used DM.
I ride Arbor Element RX, mostly groomers, also some light freeride, pow and stuff like that. My freestyle is mostly limited to ground tricks, butters etc, no huge jumps, no rails. I currently use Rome Targa and I like quick response, but not lack of comfort. Which out of those two bindings should fit me better?

...or maybe I should look for SF/SF45?

Thanks!
The DM's are gonna be more for you but you can't go wrong with either. The DM is a tad heavier but more responsive, The DMCC Lite is the lightest binding I have ever seen but would excel in park a tad more than what it sounds like you do.
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I like my SF45s
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I'd love to pick up a pair of SF45s. Might try to do that in a month or two when prices really start getting slashed.

What about those Targas? Wanna sell 'em?

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I have a pair of SF45s I could sell. Really good conditions, have an extra toe strap just in case for the future.
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I have a pair of SF45s I could sell. Really good conditions, have an extra toe strap just in case for the future.
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I'd love to pick up a pair of SF45s. Might try to do that in a month or two when prices really start getting slashed.

What about those Targas? Wanna sell 'em?
Maybe, but in April. Another problem is that I'm located in Europe so shipping cost would probably kill this deal.
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