The Super Titan delivers performance and fit so you can shred like a colossus.
The color-rich Flux Super Titan Snowboard Binding gives you the response to take run-ins at mach speed, yet flexes enough to tweak grabs and pop stalls. Flux uses a 45% fiberglass, 55% nylon mix in the base plate for a solid blend of durability, flex, and response. Flux's TMS system makes the Super Titan fully customizable, so you can not only center the toestrap over your boot, but also wrap it in front of the toe of your boot. This feature, along with adjustable toe and heel ramps and an adjustable highback, allows for a seamless boot-to-binding fit that maximizes responsiveness without sacrificing flexibility.
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From the various bindings I've ridden, these are one of my favorite. I actually rode them immediately after some Burton Cartels. I thought the comparison was appropriate since they retail at the same pricepoint ($220). The Super Titans blew the Cartels out of the water (more comfortable highback, ankle strap, and toe strap, just as responsive, way better adjustment options). In fact, I liked these better than a pair of Burton CO2s that I briefly owned. What I really dig about these is their burly ankle strap profile... it is soft and cushy so it molds to the boot (Burton Ions in this case), but it is wide to still give you solid hold and a lot of surface area to distribute pressure. Could use a little more padding in the baseplate, but all in all a great, great binder. Might actually pick up a pair of Stream HFs at some point in the future.
These bindings are a great performance binding for park, pipe, or freeride. They're perfect in any condition. I had the Titan before and these are just a touch more responsive and have a little snugger fit.