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Old 01-23-2013, 09:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question '12 Rome Mod Rocker + '12 Van High Standard = which bindings?

This is my intro thread, http://www.snowboardingforum.com/wel...-my-intro.html but figured posting in here will get more hits.

I did use the search function, but no one has my setup. I did find setups that were opposite of what I have. So I am at a stand still for now.

This is my setup for now, until I find a new set of bindings. '12 Rome Mod Rocker board 159, cheapo Salomon bindings(maybe not) and '12 Van's High Standard boots sz 10. Is there a way to find out what style of bindings I have now?
I do like speed when on groomers and need something that can handle turns without washing out. At the same time, I like big air, jibbing, 50/50. I dont plan on buying new boots or board anytime soon and hopefully I can find a binding that suites my needs.

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This is my intro thread, http://www.snowboardingforum.com/wel...-my-intro.html but figured posting in here will get more hits.

I did use the search function, but no one has my setup. I did find setups that were opposite of what I have. So I am at a stand still for now.

This is my setup for now, until I find a new set of bindings. '12 Rome Mod Rocker board 159, cheapo Salomon bindings(maybe not) and '10 Van's High Standard boots sz 10. Is there a way to find out what style of bindings I have now?
I do like speed when on groomers and need something that can handle turns without washing out. At the same time, I like big air, jibbing, 50/50. I dont plan on buying new boots or board anytime soon and hopefully I can find a binding that suites my needs.

Thanks for reading
Just threw some Ride capos on my '12 Mod Rocker, great fit for the board. 390's (had a pair on it) seemed too soft, but was also looking at Targas, local shop just didn't have them in stock.

The Capos are real nice and fairly stiff, but with flex where you would want it, very happy with the purchase. Comfortable as well. The board seems to like about a 7 stiffness or so binding give or take.
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thank you.

Im just waiting for more response to my issue
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Just threw some Ride capos on my '12 Mod Rocker, great fit for the board. 390's (had a pair on it) seemed too soft, but was also looking at Targas, local shop just didn't have them in stock.

The Capos are real nice and fairly stiff, but with flex where you would want it, very happy with the purchase. Comfortable as well. The board seems to like about a 7 stiffness or so binding give or take.
What kind of all mtn do you do and will the stiff bindings carve on steep hills as well as play in the park?
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I figured out the Solomon bindings i have are med flex. So, Im gonna get another set, but with a stiffer flex. I have picked these and would like your opinion on them. Pro's and Con's would be a great, as I dont want to buy something that has a lot of issues.

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