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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-12-2011, 05:25 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks for the suggestions, helps me out heaps!
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Ignore whoever said Flux TT30 it's not stiff. Flux in general are pretty flexy. The SF45 is ok though. Nivek knows what he's talking about - all great suggestions. Same with the others who suggested the Arsenal - great binding. The Salomon Caliber and Burton Malavita are additional options.
Meh, Calibers aren't worth the money in my opinion. The Chiefs were really well done though. They fit more where the SF45's do as an all mountain binding. If you're looking for something stiffer I'd look elsewhere than Salomon.

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+1 to flow nxt-frx's, or flow nxt-at's. AT's rate 4/5 for their stiffness, and frx's are 5/5, but edge to edge response on flow's in pretty damn good, so they act stiffer than they're rated, imho
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