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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-05-2011, 11:23 PM Thread Starter
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Freestyle/Freeride bindings

I lost my old account but I just purchased a new NS Proto Ct and Im thinking about getting some new bindings too, currently looking at the 390 bosses but if anyone can recommend maybe a better or more preferable binding for all around freestyle/freeride. Im either floating in the park or doing diamond runs so i need a versatile binding.
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I lost my old account but I just purchased a new NS Proto Ct and Im thinking about getting some new bindings too, currently looking at the 390 bosses but if anyone can recommend maybe a better or more preferable binding for all around freestyle/freeride. Im either floating in the park or doing diamond runs so i need a versatile binding.
Im in the same boat. Just got my proto ct. Tossing up between the 390 bosses, flux dmcc lights and tt30s. Leaning towards 390s atnthis stage..
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The question that has yet to be answered is whether the dmcc lights are worth the extra 100-130 over the 390 bosses
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All Rome bindings are really good park bindings. They're really light, but they're not that durable compared to normal bindings.

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they're not that durable compared to normal bindings.
Normal bindings? Ha.

I think the 390s are solid and versatile and durable. I find a lot of people flow towards Rome for all the features. Maybe look at raiden phantoms. I ride like yourself, and these look very appealing.
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Normal bindings? Ha.

I think the 390s are solid and versatile and durable. I find a lot of people flow towards Rome for all the features. Maybe look at raiden phantoms. I ride like yourself, and these look very appealing.
Yah they're pretty durable. I'm just saying compared to my Salomon Patriots they're not as durable. But those are the most most durable bindings. Rome has the best overall bindings though. Super light, comfortable, and stylish, and pretty durable for being the light of a material.

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Yah they're pretty durable. I'm just saying compared to my Salomon Patriots they're not as durable. But those are the most most durable bindings. Rome has the best overall bindings though. Super light, comfortable, and stylish, and pretty durable for being the light of a material.
They're average on weight, not light. Light is Salomon Arcade's, Union Contact Pro's, Raiden Zero's...

Patriots are the most basic Salomon... cheap.

Best overall? Honestly? Burton or K2.

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