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photocycler 11-08-2012 01:29 PM

Help..Setting up Rome 390 Boss Bindings
 
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Need some help setting up some 2013 Rome 390 Boss Bindings

I am lucky enough to be smack in the middle of a s/m and L/XL as I have a size 9 boot. I am using Burton Ambush's which have a smaller footprint but the toe strap is still maxed out

Anyways, more interested in making sure my toe ramp and heel ramp are setup properly ..took some pics ..

Thx in advance

phony_stark 11-08-2012 07:55 PM

Waiting for some rome pros to come in and help you out, but it looks pretty centered on the boot to me. You may wanna push the heel hoop in and bump out the toe ramp a little more to offset. The boot will still be centered abd your toestrap wont be maxed (it actually looks pretty good to me).

The one thing that's a little weird, and I haven't ridden romes in a year, but your ankle strap, if that's cranked down, needs to be adjusted.

There are a LOT of teeth showing on that ladder.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

EatMyTracers 11-08-2012 07:59 PM

If you are wondering if you can make you boots fit better somehow, then there is a good chance you can't. I had the same problem and just ended up returning mine for flux dmcc lights.

Supra 11-08-2012 08:19 PM

okay, number 1, put your foot in your boot first. It won't change much for the toe strap but will for the ankle strap (since you will tighten the boot down).
Next, your toe strap seems fine. on the ladder it seems cranked down fine. Your boot is on the large end of the scale so you have to max the strap out. It looks fine to me.
Your ankle strap seems too small though. I hope you can push it out a few adjustment holes more. Get it so the ratchet buckles down to the same length of ladder showing as the toe strap pictured.

phony_stark 11-08-2012 08:28 PM

Whoops, I thought his foot was in the boot.

BurtonAvenger 11-08-2012 08:29 PM

Looks more like you need to just center the toe/heel ramp than anything else.


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