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Adamayess 11-26-2007 03:29 AM

binding recomendations
 
i'm considering getting one of these bindings Flux Titan Target or 08 technine mfm pros, has anyone ridden them or heard good things about them? i'm looking for a binding that will fit a DC 08 ghost, so it needs to be wide with good flex.
cheers Adam

boarderaholic 11-26-2007 08:39 AM

I take it you ride park?

Adamayess 11-27-2007 12:54 AM

yeah thats correct. which do you recomend, or do your think there is a better binding i might like with that style in mind. thanks adam

boarderaholic 11-27-2007 08:35 AM

The Technines will bi sick lil buggers for park.

st.stark 11-27-2007 10:39 AM

Yeah I don't know how suited the flows are for park riding, but the technines certainly are. :)

lisevolution 11-27-2007 10:44 AM

I haven't seen too many good things about Flux... They look great but there have been durability questions. I'm not a park rat myself but I know a number of people who ride Tech 9 and will not ride anything else for the park

yso 11-27-2007 10:45 AM

i can't see either of them being a bad choice in the park. i've owned MFM's and flux super premiums(a few years back) and would buy either of them again. they are both pretty flexy and forgiving. fun binders all around.

Adamayess 11-27-2007 07:35 PM

tanks for all the help, will the taehnines fit a size 13 dc (08) ghost. because they were the bindings i was going for frist and then heard about flux............

yso 11-27-2007 08:21 PM

hmm, 13's eh? you might have some issues then. i don't think t9 makes the dominator anymore. it used to be their big binder. you might have to take your boot with you when you go look at the bindings to make sure they fit....and now is the part where you say your going to buy them online or don't have a store to go check them out in person. lol. if that's the case then you might be S.O.L. unless you can find somebody running the same setup as you.

start rant. the only sure fire way to see if it's all going to fit together is to actually do it at the shop. i'm not saying that you have to buy at that shop but at least go check it out. i know you can find great deals online but nothing beats being able to check out the gear for yourself. try to support local stores first and foremost and buy online for the stuff you can't find locally. my 2 cents. rant over.

SWEATY 11-29-2007 01:58 PM

yeah i've been thinking of purchasing technines aswell does any one know if the mfm's have an ajustable heel cup..........?


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