Below is a quick overview of the 2021 Flux snowboard bindings lineup.
First I will take a look at any new bindings for the 2020-21 season, and any old 2019-20 bindings that aren't returning with a 2021 model.
Then I'll look at each binding and put them into the categories where I see them fitting best.
New 2021 Flux Bindings
The new bindings for 2020-21 are:
Exiting 2020 Flux Bindings
The 2020 bindings that aren't returning with a 2021 model:
- All of Flux's 2020 models are returning with a 2021 model
All 2021 Flux Snowboard Bindings by Category
I have categorized Flux's 2020-21 collection below. This is according to the categories here at SnowboardingProfiles.com and not necessarily the same as how Flux labels them.
Of course these are only broad categories as every binding is different, but this is a rough guide.
FLUX BEGINNER BINDINGS
FLUX PARK/FREESTYLE BINDINGS
FLUX ALL-MOUNTAIN BINDINGS
FLUX ALL-MOUNTAIN FREERIDE BINDINGS
FLUX FREERIDE BINDINGS
FLUX SPLITBOARD BINDINGS
Flux don't do splitboard bindings
FLUX YOUTH BINDINGS
So there you have the 2021 Flux snowboard bindings.
There's only 1 change in the lineup, with the CO coming in. None of the 2020 models have exited - they're all returning with a 2021 model. So just the 1 extra binding in the lineup.
But there are some tweaks to other models too:
- The Flux XV gets a new highback. It now has it's own specific highback (used to share a highback with the XF - the "Retro-Mod") called the "W-Props"
- The Flux GS gets a new look highback. Looks to be the same materials, but it's a more solid higback overall (with just one small cut out section towards the bottom of the highback vs the 3 cut outs on the 2020 model)
- The Flux GU looks to have inherited the GS's 2020 highback in terms of cut outs and shape - but uses a different material (softer flexing)
I was able to test some 2021 Flux bindings and I'll release my reviews for those through the year. For all of Snowboarding Profiles' Flux reviews, check out the link below.