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Old 10-29-2011, 03:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 390 boss or ride revolutions?

well, revolt that is...

prob 50/50 all mountain and park...Park will be progression mostly this year, nothing real big right now, but then again, I will use the bindings as long as they hold up. so even if it is too much binding right now, I do plan on growing into them with my abilities.

So I like the boss's optional cant. I haven't ridden a cant binding yet, so don't know if I will like it or not. I like that I can change it in or out pending my thoughts after I check it out. 6'2" BTW

I like the price tag better on the revolutions, and it seems it may be a tad more all mountain style?

I like the ankle strap padding on the Romes, as I will be buying them online so wont have a chance to try them on the ol boots to test for pressure points. However, the ride double strap, I have read, does reduce some of that in itself. If so, that is fine with me.

I like that the rides seem to be lighter weight.

Cant think of many more differences between the two that would really sway me one way or the other.

thanks for any input.
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