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Old 10-16-2010, 04:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Flux rk30's or rome 390/390 boss?

which would you reccomend with a gnu park pickle? (reverse camber).
i ride mostly fool around in the park sometimes i carve though.
what color bindings? heres my board
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For mostly park, the urethane backs on the RK30 would be great for you.
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I just picked up a pair of Flux RK30s.Ive been using Union bindings for a long time and wanted to switch it up.The range of motion that you get out of the highbacks is insane and would definetley help out a lot in the park.Try em out!
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Thanks for the input. would the flux rk30s still be ok for some carving on intermediete or black diamond stuff? i know they are urethane so they are much softer but will that make it a lot more difficult to carve with?
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Thanks for the input. would the flux rk30s still be ok for some carving on intermediete or black diamond stuff? i know they are urethane so they are much softer but will that make it a lot more difficult to carve with?
i dont see why not....yea the rk30's are soft but has enough stiffness to take you anywhere else on the mountain.I also hear they work great with reverse camber boards.
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