Would the Boss 390's be pointless with a cambered board?
I own a Bataleon Riot and am kinda interested in the Boss 390's. I hear that the canted footbeds help reduce knee stress. Before I go a head and purchase the bindings, I wanted to know if having canted footbeds on a cambered board is a bad idea. Thoughts?
Both the canting and the V-rod are equally good for rocker and camber boards. Canting is to put your legs back into alignment. V-rod is to reduce the contact area so the dead flex spot made by the bindings is reduced. Both are tech seen in alot of other bindings.
I have a cambered board and I just ordered the Bosses. Someone from Rome directly told me they work just as well on either type of camber. Also I plan on going with a rocker board within the next year or two so these seemed to be a good choice for me.
listen to this guy, riding style and quality of binding are irrelevant.
I lol'd. Matan's posts in this thread are completely useless.
East Coast Park Rat
2008 Burton Twin 157 w/ Rome 390 Boss
2005 Burton Canyon 168 w/ Ride LS "its ppl like you, that I would "impact damage" your face if i ever saw you
keep your mouth shut. one more time, please and thank you." -user: chingy_