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Burton P1 or Rome Targa

The first set of bindings I bought a few years ago were the Burton P1's. I've been reading a lot of good reviews about the Rome Targas and I like the canted footbed idea. I ride a Never Summer SLR which I love. I am more of an all mountain rider and like to hit some jumps, but don't go through the terrain park too much (no rails or boxes). So I guess my question is should I stick with my P1's and is there any reason to justify switching to the Targas? Would I notice much of a difference? I haven't ridden on anything other than rentals besides my P1's so I don't have much to compare them to.
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Targa + SL-R = Perfect

I ran that setup last yr and had 0 complaints.

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Do you have a reason to switch?

They are both awesome. I personally would support Rome if you are dead set on getting new bindings try them out! If you're comfy with what you have, don't switch.
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