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Flux or Roma or Others

Hi forum, im Ethan, new to this forum.
I have changed a board from Flow to DC PBJ. Its a pure snowPark board so i wanna choose a binding fix me and this board. friends telling me that Flux from Jp is pretty good, either Rome. So could i get some advise about which to have or is there any other good idea? honestly i pretty much like Burton.
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Rome 390's would be best for you. Fairly soft, nice comfy straps, and easily adjustable.


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Get last year's 390's if you can find them. One of the best park bindings around. You might also look into Union bindings - they're the other favorite around here. Can't tell you anything about flux.
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Flux are good bindings in my opinion but if you already prefer Burton go with what you like. Nothing wrong with Burton bindings.

If you are interested in flux check out the Titan RK for park or the Distortions.

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Thx man. I think 390 is a really good binding. Is it expensive?
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Flux are good bindings in my opinion but if you already prefer Burton go with what you like. Nothing wrong with Burton bindings.

If you are interested in flux check out the Titan RK for park or the Distortions.
yep I wish to have a burton but the price would be higher than others wouldn't it?
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Flux are good bindings in my opinion but if you already prefer Burton go with what you like. Nothing wrong with Burton bindings.

If you are interested in flux check out the Titan RK for park or the Distortions.
Hey man, I hv checked flux and Rome today. The flux binding are really cool! Rk is pretty cool for me and I think I will pick that up. Thank you man, for helping me know which to have :-)
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there are still some mediums here if thats the size you need Rome 390 Snowboard Bindings at REI.com
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