The following is a quick overview of the 2022 Flux snowboard bindings lineup.
First I'll go over any new bindings for the 2021-22 season, and then any old 2021 models that aren't returning with a 2022 model.
Then I'll place each binding into the categories where I see them best fitting.
New 2022 Flux Bindings
The new bindings for 2021-22 are:
Exiting 2021 Flux Bindings
The 2021 bindings that aren't returning with a 2022 model:
All 2022 Flux Bindings by Category
Below, I have categorized the Flux 2021-22 collection. This is according to the categories here at SnowboardingProfiles.com and not necessarily the same as how Flux might label them.
Of course these are only broad categories as every binding is different and can often be used for multiple purposes, 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 2022 Flux snowboard bindings lineup.
Flux go into 2022 with the same number of models, but with a few changes with 3 old models out and 3 new ones in.
Out with the Old
Well should actually really say 2 out - as the DSL has been replaced by the TW - and looks to be just a name change.
The TT is gone. At a stretch you could say that the EM replaces it, but it's certainly more than a name change.
The most surprising exit is the GU, which leaves the women's line without a genuine beginner binding and without anything softer than medium flex.
In with the New
As discussed above the new TW is essentially the old DSL by another name.
Then there's the new EM, which looks to be similar to the PR, but with a different highback and more adjustability - and sort of replaces the exiting TT.
But the most exciting of the new additions is the CV. It features an all new baseplate (Super Transfer) and highback and seems to exist, at least flex-wise, between the XF and XV.
Changes to Existing Models
As far as I can tell the returning models are unchanged from the 2021 versions of themselves (apart from the colorways, of course).
For all of Snowboarding Profiles' Flux reviews, check out the link below.