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01-20-2011 03:08 PM
fatboyj711 http://www.snowboardingforum.com/bin...tion-tt30.html
01-20-2011 02:55 PM
cb22
Rome 390's vs Flux TT30's

Alright currently I am riding on a set up K2 Fastplant with Raiden Blackhawk bindings. Raiden blackhawk bindings arent a bad binding at all, but they are not for me because they are very stiff, and heavy. I believe they are designed for all-mountain riding. Saying that I have heard really good things and similar reviews between the Rome 390's and the Flux TT30's. I am mostly a freestyle rider I like to hit jumps, butter, play around on the mountain, and I go do a little park as well, but I do some all-mountain riding occasionally. I am looking for a binding that is responsive, comfortable, light, and decently flexable. That brought me to the Rome 390's and the Flux TT30's. Can anybody give me some insight on these bindings and let me know what would be better for the fastplant and which of these bindings is lighter? Thanks.

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