They said that Rome handled the warranties directly and pointed me towards the warrant registration page. I live on a small island, so dont have a local store and the resort I was in didn't have a Rome stockist. So on my first morning I was faced with a choice of buy whatever binding I could get my hands on or not snowboard.
Last edited by Slush Puppie; 02-12-2013 at 07:13 PM.
I love it when brands continue to advance and refine their products. Rome has made 4 notable refinements this year to their top shelf bindings.
The size adjust is now an infinite position slider rather than the older 3 position holes. This is awesome for fine tuning size. The Yes I Cant canted footbeds are now all one piece. The base has been milled out for weight savings and allows the footbed to contact the board for better shock absorbtion and contact feel. The relaease on the ratchets is reduced in size and length so accidental actuations will be lessened. The forward lean on the 390 series has been improved for easier use and lighter weight. All of the bindings are ~20% lighter and all still carry Rome's 2 year warranty.