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Rossi Diva bindings... opinions?

Hey all....
I was looking for a good set of Womens bindings for the gf...
What do you think about these?

Rossignol Diva Snowboard Bindings Women's Reviews & Sale | trusnow.com

They seem to have all of the bells & whistles & spiffy materials.
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Hey all....
I was looking for a good set of Womens bindings for the gf...
What do you think about these?

Rossignol Diva Snowboard Bindings Women's Reviews & Sale | trusnow.com

They seem to have all of the bells & whistles & spiffy materials.

to me they are too blingy and garish. No way would I put those on my board. But I am someone who likes Capitas top sheets Well, maybe if I got them as a gift I would be ok with the gold. Hey, you asked


Will she like the flashy gold trim and do they match her board?


Yes, performance matters. But so does fashion.
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to me they are too blingy and garish. No way would I put those on my board. But I am someone who likes Capitas top sheets Well, maybe if I got them as a gift I would be ok with the gold. Hey, you asked


Will she like the flashy gold trim and do they match her board?


Yes, performance matters. But so does fashion.
Thanks for the opinion...
But haven't you heard?? It's all about the BLING! =P

I just figure the specs look good... and she's hinted to a "white" binding... I figure this would do... I just don't know... would rather hear from someone who's rode them. A spec sheet says only so much.
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Thanks for the opinion...
But haven't you heard?? It's all about the BLING! =P

I just figure the specs look good... and she's hinted to a "white" binding... I figure this would do... I just don't know... would rather hear from someone who's rode them. A spec sheet says only so much.


well, then tell her to get reading some reviews and/or take her boots down to the shop. You could do that too. shayboarder reviews a lot of womens bindings. That might be a good place to start. I bought my current set based on her review of them.

Why does she not want to choose her own bindings? Shopping for gear is fun! All girls LOVE to shop! and half the fun of buying gear is doing all the research
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I am also interested in hearing about these bindings as I am looking for a possible replacement for my Salomon Absolute Premiums (love them but they are expensive and no one ships to Canada, so they are hard to come by)

To those who said read reviews, well there aren't many. The only one I found were from the bindings from a few years ago. They don't appear to have the canted base-plates in that year either (correct me if I am wrong)

Another option that caught my eye which is in the int/advance rather than expert level that I have found I like from bindings, is the Nitro Raiden Eris. Air bag in the base-plate. Sounds great for landing but I am not sure how stable it would be going fast speed, particularly when the snow gets hard-packed or icy.

Help!?

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