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post #11 of 81 (permalink) Old 04-19-2010, 03:06 PM
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Targas all the way!

Id go with the targas, they are more expensive but I love my targas
You can change the stiffness of the bindings, and you cannot do that with the 390s.
I ride the park almost everyday and my Targa's have held up well

The 390's are good bindings too, but id recommend spending the extra cash and getting the targas!
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do the targas

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390 for park
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i have both and i prefer the 390's. the targa for my style of riding (more freestyle) just felt a bit too stiff. the 390's more comfortable and flexible to the pt i don't even realize they are on
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Can't go wrong eiter way. I've had several sets of both an loved them. Go with the Targa if you weigh over, let's say something like 170lb. or if you ride aggressively outside the park. If you're a lightweight or park rat, then 390 for sure. +1 on their cust svc too...they just sent me new '10 toe straps for my '09 Targas.

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triple, how did u manage that?
also, is the 390 toe strap interchangable? i never bothered to look on mine =)
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Yeah, it totally is. I can take the straps off my 2009/2010 Targas and toss them on my 2008/2009 390's.
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A local store of mine has the Rome 390 on sale and I'm thinking of getting it. Would the 2011 Rome 390 Boss be worth the wait and additional cost?
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If the current year 390's are going for a steal, I'd probably consider picking them up versus the Boss.
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I prefer 390's by far
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