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do you happen to know when the new flux bindings will be available for purchase?
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We just started shipping out to shops! They will be available for purchase in the next week. Keep an eye out!
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Wth

Wow Flux, I didn't know 4 days of riding pow could do this to a binding. On the good side it still worked like that and was able to ride the last day with no problems.
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Wow Flux, I didn't know 4 days of riding pow could do this to a binding. On the good side it still worked like that and was able to ride the last day with no problems.
Damn! You still rode it in that condition?
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Wow Flux, I didn't know 4 days of riding pow could do this to a binding. On the good side it still worked like that and was able to ride the last day with no problems.
Damn, these are SF45s right? Hard to tell on my phone.
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Damn! You still rode it in that condition?
Yes I only noticed it when strapping in after I had bought my ticket so I was expecting it to break but surprisingly it did not and was able to go the whole day.

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Damn, these are SF45s right? Hard to tell on my phone.
Yeah SF45's bought em in the summer but this was my first time using them, straight out of the plastic in the box.
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On my most recent trip, a riding partner of mine had a toe strap rip in half (the other toe strap was already replaced) and the high back adjuster fall off...and I have heard this from more than one person...

Anyone else have quality problems with Flux? Both dudes said they love em when they aren't broken...are they worth switching from Cartels?
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My buddy is on the DS30s. They ride awesome and are sooo comfortable. That said, I'm just waiting for that toe strap to break. I just don't see how it won't happen after a while especially when it's a park binding and will take abuse.
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Re: Flux Bindings....

I have dmcc lights myself, but only 6 days on them so far. The last day I put on them was the hardest as I did a snowboard clinic. I was learning to drop smaller cliffs, launch cat tracks and other such things. Being a newer rider none of my landings were pretty which I imagine puts a lot of stress on the bindings, but they took no damage at all. So far so good and I love them.
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