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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-22-2011, 09:13 PM Thread Starter
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Hi all, I am pretty much sold on the never summer proto ct. I will be using this thing everywhere from ohio jibs and jumps to jackson hole glades and pow. I was wondering if the Flux tt30s are the bindings for me? Will flux even have this binding next year? From what i heard they are for me. Another option is the rk30s. More park oriented i guess. Can these still handle pow and big mountains or should i stick with the tt30s.

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Both will be around for next season. Just depends on whether you want the stiffness of the TT30 high back or the Flexibility of the RK30 high back.

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Is the highback on the TT30 soft enough to jib and jump on?
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Yup, TT30's will match up well. If you're waiting till 2012 for bindings too I'd also look at Flow M9se's and Raiden Zeros.

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So, if the TT30 is the Titan, what number is the SuperTitan? Is that the DS45?

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Super Titan kinda disappeared. The DS45 is the closest, but it has a urethane highback.

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So, its got quite a flexible highback?

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Softer than average. Just a hair softer than the RK30's but not nearly as soft as the Hurrithanes.

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Highjack!

See, that is what has perplexed me this season with the new numbering system. I was under the presumption that the RK30s were a very soft/park orientated binder due to the urethane highback, and that DS45 was firmer than the RK30 and the TT30.


Really, im looking for something a hair softer than my CO2's for my SL. Flux was a contender...but the Burton Prophecy is looking like it may be something to look at.

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Will be buying a pair of SF45's myself to mount on my proto CTX.
I wonder how that combination will turn out.
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