Rome 390 Boss Setup
New to the forums here but have been snowboarding for close to 14 years. I've setup quite a few bindings before with almost no issues at all. To date I've used Burton, Ride, Flow, Forum, Union, Drake, Tech-Nine and Raiden. But the Rome 390 Boss setup has been a little rough. The past few trips out on them have gone from awful to good and now I'm trying to tweak the last of the settings and dial these in.
Here's my question and I hope someone has the answer for this here because I haven't found a thread or a post anywhere. Does anyone notice that the high back on this binding sits further away from the boot than most bindings? I've had to use forward lean to compensate for this and I just wanted to find out if its normal that you have to run a good amount of forward lean on these bindings. I've checked this with both my 32's and my Burton boots and its he same on either. This is the first time I've ever had to run this much forward lean on a binding before. Most times it's either one click or zero. I checked my Union Contacts and they run no forward lean but have no gap between the boot and the high back at the very top. It's like the Rome's high back sits further back than most. Again is his normal or is it because of he canted footbed? I've set up the sole length correct, checked the high back rotation twice, strap length is good and either boot fits good, snug but good. I like how adjustable they are and the setup has taken a few trips out to get it right, (my own fault on some issues) but I've never seen the high back sit this far off the boot when the boot is seated correctly in the binding. Any advise will help, just trying to dial in this setup so I can enjoy my new all mountain rig I've assembled.
Current setup is Lib-Tech TRS, Rome 390 Boss, Burton Grail boots.
My other setup that I've been using for a awhile is
Lib-Tech Skate Banana, Union Contact, 32 Lashed
Thanks in advance to anyone who can help out or give any other suggestions on how to dial these bindings in.