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Thinking about buying new bindings

I am looking to buy some new bindings in the next couple of weeks. I am really liking the Flux Titan RK bindings. Right now I ride a Forum Youngblood 156 and have Celsius Cirrus boots. Would these bindings be work well with my board and boots?
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The Flux look like a nice binding. I've been riding a Forum Youngblood with Burton Cartels this season and really like my setup.
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I'm going to flux this year after being on Union for the past 5 seasons. Union are still decent but I'm looking for something a little more responsive with a better cap strap. Flux just seems like the way to go.
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I am looking to buy some new bindings in the next couple of weeks. I am really liking the Flux Titan RK bindings. Right now I ride a Forum Youngblood 156 and have Celsius Cirrus boots. Would these bindings be work well with my board and boots?
just a heads up, the titan rk's are super soft. they rock for park and mellow groomers, so if thats what you'll mainly be riding they'll be perfect with your youngblood.

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Thanks for the replies everyone. I went ahead and bought them last night. They definitly seem to offer what I am looking for. I decided on going with the green to give my white board a little pop. I am heading up to Mammoth on friday and can't wait to give them a try.
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