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Old 03-28-2013, 02:39 PM   #61 (permalink)
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sounds like flux customer service is on their game... i know what kind of bindings im getting next
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Old 03-28-2013, 02:40 PM   #62 (permalink)
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Hit me up... I can help you out-- info@flux-bindings.com
The DMCC lights are going to be more responsive, and obviously lighter than the RK's. The RK's use a urethane highback-- urethane is generally a little heavier than other materials, but it is also very tweakable. If you ever picked one up you are able to move the highback side to side, and still keep a solid spine so your not taco-ing the highback when you are carving front to back. The DMCC light is going to be a tad stiffer than the RK becuase it uses a carbon infused fiberglass in the baseplate, and a super tough nylon through the highback. The highback still remains pretty soft flexing because of the design of it... you can see the milled out sections in the highback would give it a softer feel.
Comparably, the RK's are going to be a little softer, and heavier than the feel of the DMCC lights. However, they both should be epic on a skate banana because they are both pretty buttery.
The DMCC's are a different story... those are the stiffest ones in our line.
Have you checked out the videos on our vimeo page? That explains a little bit... vimeo.com/fluxbindings
Hope this helps. Let me know if you have other questions!
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Old 03-28-2013, 02:59 PM   #63 (permalink)
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WOOOOTTT! got a bunch of stickers in, and LadyFlintstone even threw in a cap and an air freshener! Thanks Flux! You guys are awesome!
We keep this snowballing someone's getting a pair of bindings in the end!
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Old 03-28-2013, 03:27 PM   #64 (permalink)
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Hit me up... I can help you out-- info@flux-bindings.com
The DMCC lights are going to be more responsive, and obviously lighter than the RK's. The RK's use a urethane highback-- urethane is generally a little heavier than other materials, but it is also very tweakable. If you ever picked one up you are able to move the highback side to side, and still keep a solid spine so your not taco-ing the highback when you are carving front to back. The DMCC light is going to be a tad stiffer than the RK becuase it uses a carbon infused fiberglass in the baseplate, and a super tough nylon through the highback. The highback still remains pretty soft flexing because of the design of it... you can see the milled out sections in the highback would give it a softer feel.
Comparably, the RK's are going to be a little softer, and heavier than the feel of the DMCC lights. However, they both should be epic on a skate banana because they are both pretty buttery.
The DMCC's are a different story... those are the stiffest ones in our line.
Have you checked out the videos on our vimeo page? That explains a little bit... vimeo.com/fluxbindings
Hope this helps. Let me know if you have other questions!

Thanks LadyFlinstone! I just sent you an email. I would definitely watch the videos on vimeo to get more insight. Flux is the best!
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Old 03-28-2013, 11:49 PM   #65 (permalink)
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The DMCC's are a different story... those are the stiffest ones in our line.
Have you checked out the videos on our vimeo page? That explains a little bit... vimeo.com/fluxbindings
Hope this helps. Let me know if you have other questions!
Would DMCC's be terrible for the little park I ride? im mostly out of the park but would I most likely have a bad experience with them while in the park?
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Old 03-29-2013, 10:55 AM   #66 (permalink)
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Its all preference. The reason behind why people would want a soft binding for the park is for more of a skate like, looser style-- for making heavy presses and boning out that niftyshifty. If you like having a more solid binding with response you will have no problem with the DMCC in the park. I actually thought I liked soft bindings.... I usually ride Bear and Mt. High and was riding the softer models... the RK and the DS and was happy with them. Now that I switched to the SF (which is similar to the DMCC in stiffness) and I found that I like a stiffer binding for everything. It is super quick when you're initiating turns and twisting tricks, then really stable when your flying fast and landing big jumps.
Yaaaaow! Happy Friday! go board!!
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Old 03-29-2013, 12:07 PM   #67 (permalink)
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I guess I gotta just try something haha, thanks ladyflinstone
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