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So if I have to choose beetwen Flux RK30 and Cartels, Witch in yotur opinion will be better. I ve got Burton imperial boots
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Thing about Fluxx is they lack dampening, at least mine did. My old knees finally needed them this year

Got in on the deal with the DMCC Lights but got rid of them. Found Malavitas much more comfy and might jump on the Cartels this year.
This is my concern with flux, cuz I sure would like to switch to them. However the dampening and canting still points me to Cartels this year.

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I just put Burton Mission's on my Proto CT, I'll see how that goes this season.
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I just put Burton Mission's on my Proto CT, I'll see how that goes this season.

I used the late release mission re:flex bindings on my proto last season. I realllllly like them. The react ankle strap works really well for me. I also own
tt30s and forces. All of them are solid and are similar in suitability for all types of terrain and riding styles.
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I'm getting my proto soon but I'm not sure whether my current targas will match up well (They are heavy) or i should get new bindings. I plan on going more freestyle all mtn with some park but still like tree runs and speed. Any suggestions?
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I have 2012 kaiju's with 2012 Malavitas on my Jones MT twin and the fit is perfect.

Malavita's are plenty responsive, comfortable straps, and offer excellent dampening.

You pretty much forget they are there(which is pretty much what we all want in a binding.)
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I have 2012 kaiju's with 2012 Malavitas on my Jones MT twin and the fit is perfect.

Malavita's are plenty responsive, comfortable straps, and offer excellent dampening.

You pretty much forget they are there(which is pretty much what we all want in a binding.)
Would you recommend the wings? I'm leaning towards those for pressing.
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Would you recommend the wings? I'm leaning towards those for pressing.
I think a few people think the wings are on the wrong side (they should be inside). I had the restricted Vitas. Didn't notice the wings. I think they do belong on the inside.
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I've only been riding 2 seasons and am looking to get a Proto next year, but I'm curious as to what "type" of bindings work well with the Never Summer.

I assume that when people recommend bindings they are picking ones that have attributes that compliment the board, but I'm not very clear on what level of responsiveness/flex/etc would be best suited for the Proto. If anyone could please clarify that for me, it would be much appreciated
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Just picked up this year's Proto and pairing with last year's Union Contact Pro...I think it would be a light weight combo.
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