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Rome United vs. Flux TT30

I'm having a hard time finding a good review of the latest Rome United bindings, but they can be found for $150 or lower. Am I going to be happy with them as a beginner/intermediate rider that use to have a set of Targas a couple years ago. The Targas were far too advanced and I just didn't take advantage or have a need for of all the adjustments. I'm considering the Flux TT30 as well, but those will be full price which is $50 more than the Romes.

So are the Flux worth the extra $ or will the Romes be good enough. This is for mountain cruising on groomers for the most part. I don't get too wild at my age.

They'll be paired with a Bataleon Whatever or Goliath.....if I can find one.
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52 views and not one person has input? Where is all the experience on this forum?
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I like my TT30s a lot
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Flux TT30's are great bindings for intermediate to advanced riders. They have just the right of adjust-ability without going over the top with it, also they are mid-flex making them perfect for all mountain use. I use TT30's on my NS Evo for the park because they're flex is quite nice, while still retaining a stiffness that allows them to be used everywhere pretty much. Flux>Rome. Unless it's 390's or Targas, then Rome wins everything.
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I'm having a hard time finding a good review of the latest Rome United bindings, but they can be found for $150 or lower. Am I going to be happy with them as a beginner/intermediate rider that use to have a set of Targas a couple years ago. The Targas were far too advanced and I just didn't take advantage or have a need for of all the adjustments. I'm considering the Flux TT30 as well, but those will be full price which is $50 more than the Romes.

So are the Flux worth the extra $ or will the Romes be good enough. This is for mountain cruising on groomers for the most part. I don't get too wild at my age.

They'll be paired with a Bataleon Whatever or Goliath.....if I can find one.

Hey Robisten

You'll find the United to be a super soft binding - actually the softest we make. If you're looking for a mid-flex that is lightweight, and not as complicated as the Targa we'd suggest the Mob or Mob Boss.

The biggest difference between the two is that the Mob Boss has an upgraded ankle and toe strap and an extra canted footbed option.

Hope that helps a bit. Any other question feel free to shoot us an email.

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Thanks for the help. The Mobs are a model I wasn't even aware of. I will check them out.
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