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Ya I say go with Rome or Flux.
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ride bindings......made from aluminum
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Rome 390 Bosses. Nuff said.
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i dont know how many it is now but i vote 390 boss's, wish i had the money for them.... or the need! haha
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I am not a Burton fan myself, but I can say that many of my instructor coworkers swear by their Cartels. There are super lightweight and that material is not as cheap plastic as it seems. It is a carbon fiber resin "thing" That they claim is actually stronger than the aluminum of other bindings.
I'll swear by my Cartels. In my 15+ years of snowboarding my 2010 Cartel EST (don't knock this until you try it) are probably one of the best feelings underfoot I've ever had.

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I have some 09 Cartels and I think they are great minus one thing ..... the damned toe cap comes up/off the front boot after a while. Its a problem in a lot of bindings, not just Cartels though. Still, if it weren't for that I would have no complaints. They are just the right amount of stiffness to do all types of riding and plenty light. I usually keep 2 types of bindings around and the Cartels are my default. Of course, I didn't pay beginning of the year price on them either Now if I could find a way to make the toe cap a little more reliable ...
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