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Flux DS45 Distortion

so whats the deal.. to soft for all mountain? it seems with flux its either SF45 which is very stiff or DS45 which is noodle soft....
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Um...TT30...hello?!?

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Um...TT30...hello?!?
i here ya, but i like spending the dough on the higher end stuff... not a fan of the smooth look hidden adjustments. but what i still wana know is can the DS45 handle all mountain carving/glades
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i here ya, but i like spending the dough on the higher end stuff... not a fan of the smooth look hidden adjustments. but what i still wana know is can the DS45 handle all mountain carving/glades
Haha... Keep buying the most expensive shit so the tech can progress and I can get your tech in a model for $100 less next year.

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Haha... Keep buying the most expensive shit so the tech can progress and I can get your tech in a model for $100 less next year.
and ill have an extra year of tech on you... there's no snowboarding in hell buddy, better spend the money why you can still use it
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The TT30 is Flux's workhorse and best-seller, much like the Force/Cartel/390 for their respective cos. There's a reason for that, besides price and looks, which is that they're very versatile, fairly light, and durable. Oh and the SF45 is not overly stiff, it's a great all-mountain binding with swappable pieces to adjust that too. I consider it a direct competitor to the Data/SPi/Targa.

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The TT30 is last year's Titan and last year's Titan is my favorite binding of all time. Higher price doesn't always = "better".

I'd LOVE to have a pair of SF45's to swap out between my NS Heritage and Arbor Element.
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i here ya, but i like spending the dough on the higher end stuff... not a fan of the smooth look hidden adjustments. but what i still wana know is can the DS45 handle all mountain carving/glades
i like your style...spend it while you got it!

and the hidden adjustments are a bit lame. makes the binding look cheaper. ds/fs 45 is the way to go with flux.
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