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Old 12-17-2013, 11:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2013 Ride Rodeos or 2013 Rome 390 Boss for my new board?

New board: 2013 Ride Buckwild 155cm.

Boot Size 10.5

75% park/25% groomed black diamonds. Intermediate-Advanced Rider

I have 6 year old Burton Cartels and thought it was time to upgrade

Rodeos (L/ Blue)

390 Boss (L/XL/ Black)

Both are $160-ish

Budget is $200 is there is a better deal for other bindings such as maestros/malavitas.
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Old 12-18-2013, 03:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Just make sure if u get the 2013 boss 390's the high back adjustment is different that the 14. Rode my 13's yesterday which were new old stock and forgot to tighten down the alan bolt. Made for a long day.
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Old 12-18-2013, 04:01 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I have a pair of the 2013 Ride Rodeo Blue for sale. A little used but in good working condition. Saling for a really good price. They are a soft park binding.
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Just make sure if u get the 2013 boss 390's the high back adjustment is different that the 14. Rode my 13's yesterday which were new old stock and forgot to tighten down the alan bolt. Made for a long day.
I was planning on getting the 2013 ones. If I just tighten them should I be good to go?

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I have a pair of the 2013 Ride Rodeo Blue for sale. A little used but in good working condition. Saling for a really good price. They are a soft park binding.
How do you like them? Any reason you're selling them?
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I have a lot of bindings. That's the main reason I'm selling them. And the highback was too soft for my style of riding. They are a soft forgiving park bindings but they are too soft for high speed carving tho I made it work. They have over 20 days on them.
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