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Flux PR Snowboard Bindings 202
Flux PR Snowboard Bindings
|Marty's Ski and Board Shop|
Flux PR Snowboard Binding
|Peter Glenn Ski & Sports|
Flux PR Snowboard Binding (Men
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Flux PR 2014 Review by The Good Ride
The Flux PR used to be called the PR15 but this year they added some of the tech from the discontinued SE30 making it a really good binding in the low price range.
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Flex: Medium bordering on soft and it’s got a pretty solid flex for a binding of this price.
Adjustability: This is one of the only flux bindings that doesn’t have a toolless adjustment system on the top. Normally Flux bindings have a toe and heel ramp but this only has an adjustable toe ramp.
Comfort: Pretty comfortable for a binding of this price range.
Heel-Toe Response: Kind of like a slightly more mellow TT. It’s a pretty easy edge to edge with both boards.
Tip-Tail Response: Not very buttery or pretty but most people buying these bindings will be working more on edge to edge transitioning.
Boot Support: Very supportive and it almost completely locks in your ankle.
Ratchet System: Very good ratchet system for this price.
Shock Absorption: Not much shock absorption for this binding and this is one of the only weak points. It’s somewhat damp but not a good binding for a bad landing.
So all in all this is a great binding for the price and it gives you a binding that you can grow with. Yes, the TT is better but this is a great choice if you are trying to shave every buck you can.
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