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|02-25-2011 02:51 PM|
Originally Posted by crispy5 View Post
|02-24-2011 04:04 PM|
Here is Flux's 2011-2012 catalog
|02-24-2011 03:49 PM|
DS45 has a stiffer base then the TT30 or the RK30 but next season they change the Highback to the new alpha high back on the DS30(was DS45 but they soften the base). Look for the DMCC light for a stiffer jump and freestyle binding. Plus the higher end bindings will have a new alpha footbed.
For straight park look at RK30
Jumps and park look at DS30
Stiff freestyle bindings look at the DMCC light that is coming out for next season.
|02-24-2011 09:57 AM|
|david_z||You might want to ask Leo about the RK30 (we did a review here, but he might have some more feedback for you) He's got a Proto and he & I both rode the Flux RK30 at Test Fest earlier this month. We didn't ride them on the Proto, but since he's got experience with both of them you might want to get his opinion.|
|02-24-2011 09:33 AM|
EMS has some TT30s for $99.98 and RK30s for $129.98. Limited sizes and colors though.
Mens Snowboard Bindings - Snowboard Boots & Bindings - Eastern Mountain Sports
|02-23-2011 03:18 PM|
Originally Posted by Glitchdj View Post
|02-23-2011 08:02 AM|
Will be buying a pair of SF45's myself to mount on my proto CTX.
I wonder how that combination will turn out.
|02-23-2011 12:58 AM|
See, that is what has perplexed me this season with the new numbering system. I was under the presumption that the RK30s were a very soft/park orientated binder due to the urethane highback, and that DS45 was firmer than the RK30 and the TT30.
Really, im looking for something a hair softer than my CO2's for my SL. Flux was a contender...but the Burton Prophecy is looking like it may be something to look at.
|02-22-2011 11:51 PM|
|Nivek||Softer than average. Just a hair softer than the RK30's but not nearly as soft as the Hurrithanes.|
|02-22-2011 10:26 PM|
|fattrav||So, its got quite a flexible highback?|
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