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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-01-2011, 02:47 PM Thread Starter
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Opinions on Rossingol and Flux

Hi all

I was wondering if anybody here has had any good or bad experiences with these 2 brands of bindings and if they could tell me how each of them ride. Like which one is for more park or all mountain. I'm looking to buy a pair of bindings for my sister and would like to know which of these 2 brands for fit her better. She rides more freestyle/all mountain. She likes to have a good sturdy binding that give her a decent flex for control. Any if you could give me any other recommendations i would appreciate it.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-01-2011, 03:10 PM
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I'm using some flus titan rk's on my park pickle right now and they feel great. the bindings are aimed towards hitting the park, with the soft/flexible highback, but they handle pretty well on groomers and at high speeds. the ankle strap is absolutely phenomenal! no pressure points whatsoever. I'll probably be riding flux bindings from now on. I haven't ridden rossingol bindings so I can't really compare the two. good luck on your search

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Any Flux over any Rossignol.

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Love my Flux bindings. Only beef I got is the materials the straps are made of, are too easy to tear. But since their customer service rocks, I have a new set on the way!
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I'm on board with the FLUX bindings. Haters gonna hate; but I like the zero-pressure i have on my toe straps and ankle straps. The high back is not super soft that its a floppy piece of plastic. I say go FLUX.
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Flux is the shit! Like biornus said though, the strap material isn't the most durable, my toe straps are a little scuffed up.
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Rossingol has become a very cheap brand now it seems,unlike they used to be

Myself don't know Flux so no comment
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Interesting comparison. Flux makes some of the best bindings on the market today, while Rossi makes shitty ones. Easy decision.

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