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- Smooth Base is trimmed of any excess material and is made of responsive and durable nylon composite for excellent performance in any terrain and any style of riding
- Performance Highback features the most forward lean of any Flux binding and delivers a wide range of motion; Super Tough Nylon composite for dampening and shock absorption
- L-Guide FTM toe strap uses the same 3D cushioning as the ankle strap to maximize comfort and support
- Flux Toe Mask conforms to any boot shape and features no-slip design to keep you locked into responsive, form-fitting comfort
- UU Fit delivers a 360-degree fit for better comfort and support without pinching or pressure points
- Low profile ratchet buckles tighten and release precisely and quickly
- Tool-free adjustment for rapid-fire on-hill tweaks
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Kind of bulky but best bindings I've ever had
The look is AMAZING, but the bindings run a little bulky. If you wear size 10 I would recommend you to get the mediums. With flux the large size runs pretty big. The bindings are VERY comfortable. The tool-less adjust can get annoying to use but very useful. The ratchets are average. The high back isn't as short as it appears in pictures, the heel cups are tall. They run a little bit on the heavier side but I makes up for it with it's very comfortable straps. The flex is perfect for all mountain. I would easily say that these are the best bindings I've ever owned.
are these bindings good for small to medium...
are these bindings good for small to medium sized kickers? i know there great for jibs.
ya this happend the 1st time i used them did any one els have this problem? i would still buy them they are nice
can i fit a burton 3d disk onto these...
can i fit a burton 3d disk onto these bindings?
No, but Flux does have one available that will work with Burtons 3D pattern. Contact them directly and they should be able to send you one:
are this years titan bindings the same as...
are this years titan bindings the same as last years are there any big differences
This years have better ratchets and straps. Smoooothness and comfort are a price I'll pay anyday of week, happy feet, happy life.
Best bindings I've EVER used - 15years+
I'm a 30yr old snowboard addict from the NE. I've been riding over 15 years and I can say honestly this is the single best piece of hardware I've purchased. I've tried a few different sets of bindings in the last few years, but they all had pressure points.
These are super comfy, designed and engineered ridiculously clean and nice.
Most of all, I can ratchet my boot down harder than ever before without any hint of pain or discomfort, and that translates to better/more responsive riding.
First day out on these and I was ripping the sickest edges I've ever laid!
A+ my friends
going to have to agree with every on this one wow these are this sickest looking/feeling binding i have ever seen/road i would recomend these to any person alive
Straps with no pressure points
The Flux Titan is a great set of bindings. These are so much more comfortable then a similar binding made by a big company in Vermont. They have a great flex that allows you to feel supported in tight turns or nose press your way through the park. The straps are like giant pillows and offer maximum comfort without cutting off the circulation to your feet.
Did i mention that when u actually do get around to feeling like there's bindings on ur feet. they feel like pillows of marshmallow and love? thats right pillows of love for your feet!!
Amazing!!!! simply put, amazing! Without a doubt the most comfortable binding ive ever ridden. theres been times where i forgot i was even strapped in! Watch the foam that goes over the top of the highback it rips kinda easy so i say gorilla glue it before u ride em. They still get 5 stars because they are the best binding ive ever ridden, period!!!! ive ridden my friends cartels ive ridden c02's this and that binding and none have ever stood out to me as much as this one has.
awesome binding of my life.
The Flex says medium, but intended use is...
The Flex says medium, but intended use is freestyle... Shouldn't it be AM? Is there something I'm missing that makes it freestyle?
The highback is stiffer than their urethane highback, that comes on the Distortion and Titan RK, but it is softer than their AM specific bindings like the Super Diamond. So the medium flex description is accurate.I would classify it as a very versatile all mountain binding rather than a freestyle specific binding.