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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-15-2010, 12:39 PM
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Strap In or Step in?

Which do you prefer, and does step in lower the responsiveness? Thanks.
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Oh, and are Rome or Burton bindings better?
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Are you talking about strap bindings or Flow bindings?

And you can't say Rome is better then Burton or that Burton is better then Rome.... It boils down to models.

But I feel Rome 390's are some of the most comfortable and fun bindings on the market

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Yes, I mean flow bindings. Sorry. Ill look at those bindings.
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I'm not understanding this post at all. Strap in's are obviously the better binding, but if your talking about Flows that a step/strap combo and are considered just as good as other bindings.
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Are you talking about strap bindings or Flow bindings?

And you can't say Rome is better then Burton or that Burton is better then Rome.... It boils down to models.

But I feel Rome 390's are some of the most comfortable and fun bindings on the market
I have to agree with this. I love my 390's
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I am in total agreement about the 390's. Lock the thread, all that needs to be said has been said lol.
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