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2011 rome targa question

hello guys,

i have the new 2011 rome targa, and i heard that the stiffness level can be adjusted, how am i adjusting it?
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Says in the manual you get with them.
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i don't have the manual / box
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they should've come with different inserts to put in the ankle straps. that's how you adjust 'em.
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There are three slots you can move your ankle strap to. they are in the middle hole by default. move forward for less and move back for more stiffness
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they should've come with different inserts to put in the ankle straps. that's how you adjust 'em.
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There are three slots you can move your ankle strap to. they are in the middle hole by default. move forward for less and move back for more stiffness
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Both answeres are semi correct. Stiffness is adjusted in 3 ways. Black inserts in ankle straps for mid, red ones for max. None for flex.

3 adjustments for the position of the ankle straps define support, directness. Rear holes, more responsive, front holes more forgiving.

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so from what you're saying -

i need to get a few different color screws? because i got nothing with my bindings...

i just pick the machete with the targa's connected from the store, should i go back there and ask them to give them to me?
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Binding Tech | Rome Snowboard Design Syndicate 2011

Its an insert.

Stop stealing gear.


If you got nothing with your binding, what about the 6 cant beds? Don't tell me you only have the yellow ones that are in the bindings?
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Go to the store and demand your stuff. Also the instruction manual would be a nice addition to what you bought...
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