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Union Forces or Flux Titans TT30

Alright, time to try some new bindings. But which ones? I'm torn between these all mountain bindings. I've heard great things about both of these brands and they are priced the same. Right now I'm rocking custom 390s on my park board, and I gave away some old Flows I had from my all mountain board. It's definitely between these two, unless someone has a different opinion. I really like how my 390s feel but I think that a little stiffer binding would be better for all mountain. Any input would be much appreciated.
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I am trying out the Flux SF 45s this year for my all mountain. I have been riding Ride NRCs for the last two years and am pretty excited about the switch. Heard lots of good things about Flux and was reccommended the SF 45s over the TT30s
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I don't ride park at all and I got the forces last year and rode the hell out of them.
I love them!
Never tried the flux..
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I'm gonna say Forces, cause its all I ride...But I just mounted a pair of new 2011's and I noticed that the toe strap is alot softer than last years, they also put somekind of rubbery thing on the toe strap to avoid the strap from slipping...Im a little iffy on the new strap we'll see how they hold up this season.
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I'll say forces because I ride them pretty hard and they hold up everywhere. I've heard from a few people that the Nylon 30 blend in the flux base is really soft, more comparable with a Union Contact. So for the price I'd go with the Force.
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Go with Flux for sure, and I've owned Forces.

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How flexy are Titans compared to plain 390s? I guess I'm more of an all mountain freestyle kind of rider. My 390s are perfect for that but I just kind of want to mix things up. Durability is a big thing for me, so I'm thinking Forces. I'm still torn between the two though
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I had Union Forces for 2 years and sold them for Flux Super Titans (just wanted to try something different) after a few days on them I sold those and bought some new Forces. You can not go wrong with Union Force. Just my opinion
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