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Is flux bindings ok?

Hey you know the bindings when you just put your boots in and you are done (i dont remember) but ones from flux even though they dont work what i said)

Anyways, i was thinking of buying that but heard it is REALLY loose. Is it that loose? Im not gonna jump high and get a lot of air, mostly riding and a bit of really tiny jumps. Would it still affect my riding or would it be ok? And could you recommend me a model?
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dude srsly?

quit making new topics...its annoying and its not gonna get u anywhere

i understand 500 bucks is a lot for a 14 yr old...but make up ur mind alrdy...
do some of ur own research instead of creating a new topic for every questions u have...
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dude srsly?

quit making new topics...its annoying and its not gonna get u anywhere

i understand 500 bucks is a lot for a 14 yr old...but make up ur mind alrdy...
do some of ur own research instead of creating a new topic for every questions u have...
Dude it's a total different topic i was asking what i should get and im asking how stable flux bindings are.. totally different if you are not gonna answer quit writing shit. just ignore it comfortable dat way.
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flux bindings are not for you. next topic
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flux bindings are not for you. next topic
and why do you say that? i think flux make awesome bindings and they are actually really stable for all mtn riding. the flux super titans would prob be the model you'd want to look at but the super emblems would work well too if you wanted something with slightly softer flex but still stable.


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Anyways, i was thinking of buying that but heard it is REALLY loose.
Flux bindings have an entire line. Some are soft, some are stiff.

Really, go to their website yourself.

Listen to the netiquette advice people are giving you and you'll find them a lot more receptive to answering your questions.
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A well thought out stand based on a solid foundation and supporting arguments leading to a logical conclusion. Way to go.
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Flux bindings have an entire line. Some are soft, some are stiff.

Really, go to their website yourself.

Listen to the netiquette advice people are giving you and you'll find them a lot more receptive to answering your questions.
A well thought out stand based on a solid foundation and supporting arguments leading to a logical conclusion. Way to go.
I guess my sarcasm didn't come across on the internet. if I thought this kid was legit I would've given him a straight answer...
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