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Ladies bindings - help!

Hi,

I'm looking for a new pair of bindings (would be last year's model) for my Rossignol Diva. I have Lexas already on another board but was wondering about other bindings I could look into. Boot size 8.5 with Nike (Vapors I think). Looking for something at least med flex. Rome Madison's, ride fame, or escapades? No EST.
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My wife and kids ride a mix of escapades and Lexas. Escapades a tad more comfy.

When they moved to Lexas from other low end bindings they found really noticeable quality differences, better ratchets, and just an overall more substantial feel to the components.
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I have the 11-12 Fame. Very comfy, good adjustbility, solid binding. Ratchets endured my over-tightening habit fine.

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What year Lexa? Does it have the hammock heel cup and reflex base?

My girl has the new escapade and absolutely loves them. The new lexa is badass too tho.
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Rome Madison is an excellent choice for what you want. I think Evo has them for cheap with their current BF deals too. If you have older Lexas, the new Re:Flex versions are even better, so that's also worth reconsidering. Also checkout the Raiden Eris.

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Add Union to the list. The Trilogy could be what you're after.
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I use K2 agogos on my diva and they are definitely the best and most responsive of what i have tried which admittedly only includes the stilettos on my burton feelgood and the divas that came with the board. Love the single point ratchet system.
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union trilogy or legacy. the legacy has better ankle straps and smooth.
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I have the 11-12 Fame. Very comfy, good adjustbility, solid binding. Ratchets endured my over-tightening habit fine.
+1 on the Ride Fame. Put it on my wife's NS Raven and she loves it. It was a bit of a PITA to set up, but once that's done, it rides great.
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