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Closest thing to riding with skate shoes.

If you ride, you probably skate and if you skate, you ride. That’s why Flux made the Titan RK Snowboard Binding with a urethane highback for ridiculous amounts of flex and a skate-like feel. Mount the skate-inspired Titan RK Bindings onto your jib deck or your reverse camber banana and hit any feature in the park or on the street.

  • More forward lean than any other Flux binding for better spins
  • Urethane highback creates a soft flex for freestyle performance
  • Shock-absorbing baseplate for better dampening
  • L-Guide System eases strapping in/out
  • Cushy 3D ankle and toe straps keep you snug without pressure points
  • Toe Mask fits over your toe

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I wear a size 10 boot but the only available...

I wear a size 10 boot but the only available sizes for this binding are small. I can fit into Burton Triad small bindings......will it work??

will my size 9.5 dc super park boots fit...

will my size 9.5 dc super park boots fit in size larges snug? cus large is all thats left and im really diggin these.

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Ideally you'd want a medium (size 8-10). You could probably get away with the large, but if I were you I'd wait for a medium because the straps may not get tight enough to hold your foot in steady.

these bindings look sick but i have two...

these bindings look sick but i have two questions are the backs high enough for good support and do they hold up well or do they break easily thanks

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they have great support and they will not break on you . the high back actually adds better pop to any board you ride but they work best with lib-tech and GNU boards like the box scratcher or the park pickle

Can womens use this bindings? Or is it...

Can womens use this bindings? Or is it only male?

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Women can use "men's" binding, but be aware that men's bindings often have a taller highback which sometimes leads to uncomfortable calf-bite.

Also be careful with the sizes: The only sizes left are for men's boot sizes 8-10 (M) and 10-12 (L) so unless you have a really big foot, like a women's size 10+ you probably can't use these, they'll be too big.

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These bindings just do not hold up. I have gone through 2 of these already and I have had 2 straps break and a highback snap off. I am an aggressive freestyle rider and get in about 90 days a year and these bindings do not hold up.

Its too bad because these bindings perform great but just arnt built well

I'm looking for a good light park binding....

I'm looking for a good light park binding. Would this be too heavy? How does it compare to the Distortion or whatever Flux's new most expensive binding.

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if you want a good park binding then you need to get Rome 390's or Union Forces

5 5

sickkkkkkk

i just got these and put them in my dc pbj and there so siickkkkkkk

I've got a question about the Flux Titan...

I've got a question about the Flux Titan RK bindings. I rode a pair of super titans a couple years back. They were super comfy, but they were prolly as heavy as they were comfortable. Is gonna be the case with this years RK's?

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I rode last years model of the rk, and these bindings are tits! I haven't ridden alot of different binders, but these i'd classify as a light/medium weight, about the same as the flows from last year that i returned. I've been riding my 03 ride spi's up until i got these and there is a huge difference in weight. hope This helps

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I recently upgraded from the Burton customs that I have been using for the last 5 years. The difference is amazing! These bindings are so responsive. At first I thought that the high back kinda looked a bit flimsy and I would have to make up for it by pulling more with my ankle but that is definitely is not the case. these have a great flexibility without losing any of the stability or board control. The straps hold tight without cutting off the circulation to your foot. I usually like to have my bindings cranked down to hold my foot in because I mainly ride big kickers and the pipe. I originally worried about the toe cup (I have hated them since they came out!) but this seems to be the perfect combination between the overzealous in front of the toe design that Burton has and the old over the toe design. It provides more response and stability than I ever thought possible. One other thing that caught my eye for innovation, the bolts that are used for the high back and for the ankle strap are completely enclosed and tool free! Great binding for park although I'm not a real mountain rider so I have no idea how they will perform out there.

How soft is this urethane highback? Is...

How soft is this urethane highback? Is it lack of response soft, or flex with you super comfy soft?

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From last years model, I'd say very comfortable soft with a very responsive flex to it. I will never ride another binding than these flux's.

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they are soft in the right places and stiff in the right places