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Old 10-13-2012, 10:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Full Part: Scotty Vine - YouTube

Scotty Vine

He is sponsored by Flux, but they don't look like any flux bindings i have ever seen?

help us out with identifying what these are, cause they do look very cute

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Old 10-13-2012, 10:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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They are Flux DS30 Bindings - 2012 Model in Purple Gradation
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They are Flux DS30 Bindings - 2012 Model in Purple Gradation
Actually I thought they looked like the 2010-11 SF45s...
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On an unrelated, that video to me really highlights the diversity of snowboarding styles. For the freestylers/street riders most of the features/settings featured might not be anything unusual, but I would never think of (let alone want to do) any of this.
Don't get me wrong, I think Scotty Vine is the man and I totally admire his ability, but this type of riding holds zero interest for me - I am not even sure I am going to watch the clip again.
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On an unrelated, that video to me really highlights the diversity of snowboarding styles. For the freestylers/street riders most of the features/settings featured might not be anything unusual, but I would never think of (let alone want to do) any of this.
Don't get me wrong, I think Scotty Vine is the man and I totally admire his ability, but this type of riding holds zero interest for me - I am not even sure I am going to watch the clip again.
im the opposite, i look at this and just think how different it is compared to the usual big jump/big rail park videos...

guess thats why snowboarding is so good, so many different styles


+ thanks for replies , ill be looking for one of these bindings now etc how expensive and performance etc, so i guess this has changed to a "what do you think of" the SF45 2010 bindings?
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