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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-25-2008, 03:17 PM
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Alternative to Rome Targa bindings for freeride

Hello,

Looking for something of similar quality to the Targa bindings. This will be mostly freeride setup.

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Hawk
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i've heard union's mentioned along the same lines. why not just go with the targas?
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Yeah I tried to get them from a few places with low prices and got order confirmations.. but when I never got a shipping confirmation I called to find out both places were out of them. Hummmmm... I found another place with them.. we'll see if it goes through. Just a bit more but the wife just got here bindings there and had a good experience. So wish me luck this time. The Targa are what I really want.. so might as well spend the little extra and be happy.

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post #5 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-25-2008, 06:50 PM
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hey im still learning the park.. but if you want to just ride boxes ,rails or hit jumps do some 1's and 3's I don't see how the binding makes a huge difference. I can do plenty on my Targas
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hey im still learning the park.. but if you want to just ride boxes ,rails or hit jumps do some 1's and 3's I don't see how the binding makes a huge difference. I can do plenty on my Targas
so they're not too stiff for park? this is extremely welcome news to me.
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so they're not too stiff for park? this is extremely welcome news to me.
i'd like to hear some more opinions on this.
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LOL Sierra had them for like 130 or something a week or two ago.
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$122 SAC/WM.

those black/white black/orange ones look sooooo friggin nice.
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