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Flux Feedback or Distortion?

I've been looking at some flux bindings and they seem to be decent quality bindings. But the website isn't very specific about the differences from one binding to the next. So being an almost 100% park rider that likes to take the occasional Jay Peak/Mt Washington freeride trip Which one of thise bindings would suite me best? Any other suggestions from the Flux line is welcome as well.
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I've been looking at some flux bindings and they seem to be decent quality bindings. But the website isn't very specific about the differences from one binding to the next. So being an almost 100% park rider that likes to take the occasional Jay Peak/Mt Washington freeride trip Which one of thise bindings would suite me best? Any other suggestions from the Flux line is welcome as well.
Distortions are a park binding. Feedbacks are freeride/freestyle bindings for the most part. Sounds like distortions are the way to go for you.

Distortions have the urethane Asymmetric highback, Feedback has the Super tough nylon Asymmetric highback. Feedbacks have the ultra response ankle strap, Distortions has The stylish.



Basically the distortions are a titan rk without the covers on the baseplate and the upgraded highback.

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You want to look into either the Distortions or Titan RK, both of which have a urethane highback.

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Go with the Distortions, I picked up a pair a few weeks ago and it's the best decision on bindings I've made.
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