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Flux Binding Information

Just figured I would post this link for you guys. Give some basic information on each of their binding models.

Video: 1011 Flux Bindings THE FLUX BINDINGS Blog

Their entire line up vids are on:

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Good stuff, thanks for the link. For those that don't already know, if you're looking for stuff like NS boards and Flux bindings, B. Gilly has a shop specializing in brands like that, so hit him up! I got a board and a set of bindings off him last season

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I will be buying a new NS SL this year and I think I may pair it with some Flux bindings after hearing all the good reviews. I am still a little tentative to make the jump from Ride bindings to Flux as I have always had good experiences with Ride and I really like the canted foot beds and the rubber toe strap. Last year I had the SL-R paired it with the NRCs and enjoyed it.

After looking at the Flux lineup I am thinking about getting the Titans (TT30). I mainly stick to the glades, groomers, jumps and the occasional box or rail with the SL and figured the titans would be a good match after reading reviews. Any thoughts?

Oh and Blase this purchase will be made through you as long as you don't mind shipping it to Oswego NY. I will take a 155 SL (white if possible) and a large in the bindings (black). At least that is what I think I would need to get my 10.5 Van Aura comfortably in.
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Titans would be a good match for sure but since I have seen you ride a little honestly the SF45(Feedback) would be a better match for you out of the Flux line up. The TT30(Titans)are a great all around binding but you get a lot more small details with the feedbacks which make a lot of difference. I am switching to the SF45(for every day binding) and SR15( for freestyle days) this season from Titans and Super Titans

Going to try and make my way up towards the lake effects(NY) in December sometime since my area missed almost every storm last season, so could bring a pair for you to check out. Plus this year will have a couple boards that I need some input on if you are willing to try them out for a day or two.

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Excellent. Thanks for the input!

We should be getting some serious snow this year as the lake is the warmest it has been since the "blizzard of '66" The lake is almost 80 degrees which means when the cold air comes, BAM lots of lake effect!

I would definitely be willing to check out some boards for you and give you my input on them. Thanks for considering me!
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