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12-09-2011 11:14 AM
LadyFlinstone If you are looking for flex go with the Flux. The RK30 urethane highback will be soft side to side and give you the nice softness you are looking for, but front to back it holds a stiff spine. You have the response you want when carving front to back and for landing jumps and rails, but you will have a good amount of movement and flex side to side.
12-08-2011 12:27 AM
t1nson Yeah I just bought a Rome Artifact Rocker too, having the biggest trouble deciding on the binding. I bought Union Flites never mounted them and returned them due to people telling me the over-ratedness. I have last years Force and love them.

I had my eyes on the Flux RK30, Ride Rodeo, Ride Capo, Rome 390, or K2 Company, and K2 Formula. Anyone have experiences with any of those listed?

I want something that's pretty good on dampening, presses, butters and some carving.
11-16-2011 03:06 PM
bcasey
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Originally Posted by BurtonAvenger View Post
Fuck it get some baseless bindings. That'll give you flex and feel.
Damn do I miss those.. (sadly I kinda mean it )
11-16-2011 01:52 PM
losib3257
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I have a pair of Raiden Phantoms ready for this season, i also have a pair of flux ds 45 (urethane back ones) sitting idle after being hammered over the past season. I havent ridden with the Raidens yet, but just standing in the board they feel a million times stiffer after spending over a season in the flux's. If you want soft bindings i don't recommend the phantoms, look at finding an old pair of Flux ds 45 or even the new version of them, i believe they could be called the flux ds 30, correct me if im wrong though
Yeah the DS 45's are now DS 30's. I bought a pair and love them.
11-16-2011 05:58 AM
Chump I have a pair of Raiden Phantoms ready for this season, i also have a pair of flux ds 45 (urethane back ones) sitting idle after being hammered over the past season. I havent ridden with the Raidens yet, but just standing in the board they feel a million times stiffer after spending over a season in the flux's. If you want soft bindings i don't recommend the phantoms, look at finding an old pair of Flux ds 45 or even the new version of them, i believe they could be called the flux ds 30, correct me if im wrong though
11-16-2011 12:36 AM
BurtonAvenger Fuck it get some baseless bindings. That'll give you flex and feel.
11-16-2011 12:34 AM
ThunderChunky Be careful getting the Mobs though. If you plan on riding your board with these bindings within the next few weeks, you're not gonna be using mobs. They just left the factory for stores today. So if you're ordering online, it'll be a while. I'm getting my Mobs soon hopefully, ordered them in August.

Not saying don't get it, just know that^.
11-16-2011 12:33 AM
snowklinger sell ya my '10/11 contrabands...
11-16-2011 12:30 AM
BurtonAvenger Zero's or Rome Mob.
11-15-2011 11:28 PM
Nivek Raiden Zeros. You'll love em
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