Review: Flux Super Titan bindings

Flux Super Titan

When talking about snowboard bindings this year it has been a lot about Flux vs Union. And of course Burton as every year. Flux has gotten a good reputation over the last years. Flux has a very good cap strap and an over all fit that doesn´t make your feet go numb. I must say that these are the best bindings I´ve tried so far. The flex is quite moderate. But at the same time you can rely on them while riding steep and/or pow pow.

All in all I really like the Super Titan. And they go very well together with my Gnu Rider´s Choice.

Flux Super Titan

4 Responses to “Review: Flux Super Titan bindings”

  1. Exclusive - Flux bindings preview 08/09 - Superpost | Says:

    […] even more hi tech. But now in good colours. Frankly I`m a bit dissapointed with the looks of my Super Titan in some sort of greenish patch work. It looks kind of […]

  2. Review: Union Contact bindings | Says:

    […] I get the feeling that Union as well as Burton bindings are a bit smaller. While my Flux Super Titan feels big, roomy and very stable other bindings tend to feel more minimalistic. And that+s nothing […]

  3. Flux Bindings 09/10 | Says:

    […] myself I rate Flux to be the best bindings I´ve tried. The Super Titan is the choice for me. Sure it´s a close call with Union Bindings – especially The Contact. So if you need some […]

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    […] Lib Tech Skate Banana 156 Setup: Flux Super Titan bindings, Burton Cartel bindings & 32 Leashed boots Conditions: Everything from deep pow, trees and […]

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