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Dr. Kronic 10-27-2010 09:39 PM

Rome Sizing ?
 
Hey, I've been looking at either Rome Targa/390 bindings, the size's they have them at is S/M 4-9.5 and L/XL 9-14, I rock a 9.5 boot so would getting a S/M work or would it be better to get the L/XL.
Also I found these on BC's website but they're listed as M/L which isn't on Rome's site anyone know what the size range is on these?
BC Surf & Sport - Rome Targa Bindings by ROME

buggravy 10-27-2010 10:02 PM

I guess it somewhat depends on your boots, but generally speaking, and based on my experience I say go with the L/XL. I wear a 9.5 and have the L/XL in Targas, and there's still plenty of room for adjustment left, and the boot sits pretty flush with both sides of the base plate.

comtal 10-29-2010 06:49 AM

I am riding size 9 F22s on my S/M Rome 390's and they fit perfect with not much room to spare. I think if you have low footprint boots the S/M might work OK.

ecks 10-29-2010 09:40 AM

Yep, low profile boots would make or break S/M for a 9.5

I had a friend that bought S/M Targas last year with 9.5 Boa Vans and they just fit, anything with a a higher profile in the toe and heel will give you a problem.

If your unsure, go with the L/XL. Like buggravy said, they are really adjustable and you should have no problem with getting a good fit.

Dr. Kronic 10-29-2010 09:07 PM

Yea I was wondering if they might be loose/lack of adjustment if I went L/XL but you guys sold it. And w/ my second question has M/L ever been a size for Rome, I'm lookin at last years model and really can't find anything about it, but the whole site is filled with M/L

Triple8Sol 10-29-2010 11:21 PM

You need the L/XL. Doesn't matter if your boots are the lowest profile ones out there. the S/M is a tight fit even with low-pro boots in 8.5/9.0.


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