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Targa vs 390

Which one would you pick for freestyle/park?
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pure park? 390
all mountain? Targa
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no doubt, 390's for park.
imo 390's for everything!!
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Wait until the boss 390s come out in September. Do it all bindng for sure.
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Wait until the boss 390s come out in September. Do it all bindng for sure.
What's this? Link to some info please as I'm very curious.

To the OP, 390's for park and some mountain and Targas for all-mountain and some park.
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Aight thx for the help so far

My main focus will be jumps, the rails/boxes come as second.

I heard the Ride Deltas fit these traits pretty well but they're sooo much more expensive than the two Rome's I listed (like 60$ more than the 390's WTH?!).

How do the Delta's weigh into the equation?
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Rome stands behind their shit. Go with Rome.
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390's most comfortable bindings... evar! targas are virtually similar, just stiffer.
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I use my 390s in the park.
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Aight thx for the help so far

My main focus will be jumps, the rails/boxes come as second.

I heard the Ride Deltas fit these traits pretty well but they're sooo much more expensive than the two Rome's I listed (like 60$ more than the 390's WTH?!).

How do the Delta's weigh into the equation?
Both Ride and Rome build good bindings. The Delta's, IMO, are similar to the Targas in terms of flex. Ride has had issues with their ratchets and Rome has had issues with their base plates/discs. If I had the choice, I'd pick the Rome's just given that they are $60 cheaper and they have an impecable reputation for customer service.
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