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Question Quick Q: TT30 or 390 boss

Hey guys. Looking for a pair of bindings for my new setup (GNU 151.5 RIders CHoice + Burton Imperial sz 8 boots) and narrowed it down to these two due to availability: Flux TT30 vs Rome 390 boss. Intermediate all mountain/freestyle boarder, weigh 140lb, getting into medium to larger kickers. I was concerned about the low shock absorbing/dampening of the TT30 but like the red colour. Any opinions before I take the plunge?

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I'm partial to Flux. I love their shit. So comfy. I've never ridden the rider's choice, but the lack of dampening isn't an issue on my NS Evo - the board has plenty of dampening. Both have great warranty departments, so no issue there either way.

I think you'll likely be happy either way you go. Hard to go wrong with either, to be honest.

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I own and love both. You really can't go wrong either way.

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do you want canting? that should make your decisiion easy...romes have canting, the tt30s do not
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I'm sure you'll be happy with either. Both are well-made bindings.
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Never tried the bosses, but I had a pair of the regular 390's and currently own a pair of TT30's. All I have to say is Flux makes the most damn comfortable bindings I've ever ridden!!!

Weapon of choice : 2011 Skate banana 153W and 2011 Green Flux TT30's
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