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Rome 390 or Flux??

ive got a pair of 390 bosses and love them, but gettin another board and thought about trying some flux bindings, which u think is better? id like something from flux thats about midflex
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They're both plenty good. Hard to really go wrong. Just comes down to personal preference.

The TT30 is probably what you want from Flux. I'm a Flux fanboy for what it's worth.

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Rome 390 BOSS has canted footbeds which is nice, but having owned them as well as other 390's and Targas, I would still suggest the Flux TT30 or DMCC Light.

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Rome 390 BOSS has canted footbeds which is nice, but having owned them as well as other 390's and Targas, I would still suggest the Flux TT30 or DMCC Light.
whys that? i love the toolless straps and ease of effort on the ratchets..are fluxs the same
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whys that? i love the toolless straps and ease of effort on the ratchets..are fluxs the same
Sizing is part of it. If you're a size 8-10 boot depending on shrinkage tech, you're too big for Rome's S/M and too small for the L/XL. Also these days I prefer not to have the metal chassis like Ride & Rome.

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Flux bindings are still toolless adjustments, both are good bindings. I guess I would go with Flux just cuz I have them now and they are amazing well built bindings.

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