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Ride LX or Rome S90

Ok. I have now made my decision between these two. I just want to know which was comfier and had smoother ratchets that will not freeze. I want to try to be as quick if not quicker than Flow users just with the extra peace of mind and strap tightness. Please explain why you would choose them.

Also, this would be going on a Flow Verve.

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Why would you choose those over the LX's?
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Why would you choose those over the LX's?
eh. the lx is one of rides lower end bindings. romes ratchets are nice. not my favorite brand of bindings but they are good bindings. im sure rome covers them the same too even though they are a rome/sierra collaboration
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Hmm Ok. I think the webbing would be cool to lock in my feet plus the aluminium base plate.
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the LXs arent terrible. i say go for whatever one you like more.
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I guess just bring in my boots and try them on for comfort?
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I guess just bring in my boots and try them on for comfort?
sure, that will work? try your boots with 390s and lxs. unless you can try s90s.
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Yea. I really have no clue what to get lol. SO many dang choices.
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what kind of binding are you looking for? %park vs %all mountain?
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