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So i went ahead and got the Sierrascope fk, now ive done some research on some bindings and i have 2 that im lookin into....its going to be between the Flux titans rk or the union contacts....what do some of you guys think about the combination of the board n the binding? also is there any difference between the flux super titans and just plain old flux titans or are they the same exact binding? Thanks ahead!!!
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I would without at doubt go with the flux's. I think the super titan just has a 1 cm higher highback than the titan.

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I would without at doubt go with the flux'x. I think the super titan just has a 1 cm higher highback than the titan.
thanks...im just gonna go with the purple titans on my ss...its gonna look sick...
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I have the Titans on my Evo and had them on my Heritage before that. Best bindings I've ever had. Period. Very comfortable and zero pressure points. They're very soft, but at the same time somehow maintain very good responsiveness. I had no responsiveness issues even when freeriding on my Heritage and they replaced a set of Ride SPi's which are super stiff.
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I have the Titans on my Evo and had them on my Heritage before that. Best bindings I've ever had. Period. Very comfortable and zero pressure points. They're very soft, but at the same time somehow maintain very good responsiveness. I had no responsiveness issues even when freeriding on my Heritage and they replaced a set of Ride SPi's which are super stiff.
i hear you...im ordering them on Monday...i hear a lot of great things about unions and the titans but just wanted to hear some opinions from the ones who have actually experienced them...thanks again...
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Also durability wise i have had no problems after 75+ days of riding, just paint scratches here and there.
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Also durability wise i have had no problems after 75+ days of riding, just paint scratches here and there.
oh thats the least of my worries....durability is key and looks like it owns in that category!
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The end of toe cap on my rear binding is starting to wear pretty badly due to all the strapping in. I'm not worried about it. I've heard great things about Flux's warranty department and the shop I bought them from is 20 minutes away. I'll probably wait until the season is over and then try to get it replaced.
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The end of toe cap on my rear binding is starting to wear pretty badly due to all the strapping in. I'm not worried about it. I've heard great things about Flux's warranty department and the shop I bought them from is 20 minutes away. I'll probably wait until the season is over and then try to get it replaced.
do they come already with toe caps? or did you add the toe caps?
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