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oh man i just ordered these!!!thanks to your review lol
im pretty excitedd though i prbly wont get it for this weekend trip...anyway i had a pair of 08 force it did me well but wanted to try something different

Question, how much does these weight vs the super titan? lighter/ noticeably lighter?
and thanks again for bringing flux to my attention
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oh man i just ordered these!!!thanks to your review lol
im pretty excitedd though i prbly wont get it for this weekend trip...anyway i had a pair of 08 force it did me well but wanted to try something different

Question, how much does these weight vs the super titan? lighter/ noticeably lighter?
and thanks again for bringing flux to my attention
Glad I could help steer you in the right direction! These are a touch lighter than the Super Titan. Unfortunately I no longer have a postal scale, so don't have exact numbers on my new bindings this season.

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I wear a size 10 boot, and was thinking of getting a pair of the SF45's for my new Forum Conflict, as I've grown tired of buying the same binding (Union Force), and want to try out a different toe strap... Was curious on whether to run the M's or L's. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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^ You should get a L. As soon as you try these, you won't miss your Unions one bit. As for the toe strap, the SF45/DS45/DMCC have the new FTM Versa toe strap, which is a little smaller profile and allows you to wear it over your toe as well as cap. The TT30/RK30/SE30/SR15/PR15 retained the previous FTM which is toe-cap only. I've used both styles, and both work equally well.

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^ You should get a L. As soon as you try these, you won't miss your Unions one bit. As for the toe strap, the SF45/DS45/DMCC have the new FTM Versa toe strap, which is a little smaller profile and allows you to wear it over your toe as well as cap. The TT30/RK30/SE30/SR15/PR15 retained the previous FTM which is toe-cap only. I've used both styles, and both work equally well.
i ve never seen this bindings but from my massive research it seems that L runs very large and wide, if his boot has a smaller footprint it would prbly be wise to squeeze into a M?
btw triple how does M compare to force M/L sizing wise?
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i ve never seen this bindings but from my massive research it seems that L runs very large and wide, if his boot has a smaller footprint it would prbly be wise to squeeze into a M?
btw triple how does M compare to force M/L sizing wise?
If you've never even seen the bindings in person, I'm not sure the words "massive research" can be used. In your massive research, you should've seen that the M is for 7-9.5 while the L is for 10+ and that DC boots are about average size.

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Flux bindings do run wider than other manufacturers so size 10 boots will likely fit in a medium sized bindings (they will essentially be swimming in L bindings). Medium is definitely the way to go if your boots are designed to be low profile (e.g. shrinkage tech).
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about to pick up the neon green titans for my evo and sl
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Let me know what you think if you put them on the Heritage!

I'm about to buy an '11 Heritage and am trying to decide between the TT30, SF45 and Rome Targa
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My metallic black SF45's came yesterday. I fiddled around with all the adjustments for a good half hour and got the medium sized bindings to fit my size 10 DC boots perfectly. My first impression is that they are super high quality, and feel very comfortable strapped in, but the highbacks are STIFF! Kinda surprised at just how stiff they felt compared to my Force's. We'll see how they feel on the hill. I'll be posting a review of the new setup (Forum Conflict 157 and SF45's) when I get a chance to go up this week.

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