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I'm looking to get new binding this season and need some help. I was looking at at a set of Rome 390 black and white and some if the ride bindings. I do ride park a little here and there but mostly just do free ride shredding. I'm looking for any suggestions, brands or what ever you guys think are good for what I am looking for?? Thanks for the help
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If you're going to do some park but not 100% I'd say the 390's would work. I used them last season and quite liked them.
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Check out the classified, im selling a pair of Rome S90's for real cheap and they're good as new. They are essentially the 390's
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id say if your primarily a freerider with occassional park you may also want to look at the targas. they have quite a range of adjustability, to include flex. im considering them myself but will probably freeride one more season on my arsenals.
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Check out the classified, im selling a pair of Rome S90's for real cheap and they're good as new. They are essentially the 390's
No, they are not. They are essentially Arsenals with the 390 straps - no V-Rod baseplate (and baseplate is plastic), Underwrap heel hoop not cored out as much, no asym highbacks, etc.
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Deffinetly appreciate the feed back I decided on the rome 390 boss. Def stoked about it found them on the Evo snowboard site for a good price!!
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HK , I stand corrected
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HK , I stand corrected
It is a common misperception, that is why I wanted to highlight it - I believe it was actually the Rome guys on this forum who explained the concept a while ago.
Still perfectly good bindings.
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