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Ok, so I'm looking at picking up my bindings now while they're on sale. I've got my board, a 166 NS Heritage X, and now I need boots and bindings. If I get boots, it's the Burton Ozone 13. I'm thinking about getting these because there's a shop that only has two pair left in my size, and it's the only one online that's free shipping no tax. Or I can buy from REI and just pay the sales tax later. Or, I can get my bindings. I'm debating between the Rome Arsenal and the Rome United. Which one is more suited towards free riding and carving, and which one will better compliment a fairly soft boot and a pretty stiff board?

Which one should I buy next? I'll have enough money to buy the last piece of the puzzle in a month or two, but I'm trying to decide which I'd rather get if they were both gonna sell out between now and then.
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arsenals hands down.

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Why would you say that? I read that the highbacks are stiffer on those. Will that help compensate for my fairly soft boots?
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why in the fuck are you using a heritage x and arsenals with ozones

might as well go barefoot

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why in the fuck are you using a heritage x and arsenals with ozones

might as well go barefoot
lol
http://www.snowboardingforum.com/gen...024-boots.html

Take yourself to higher places.
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why in the fuck are you using a heritage x and arsenals with ozones

might as well go barefoot
I understand that Ozones are park boots but they're seriously the only boot I've found. Tried on probably 15 pairs...
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