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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-23-2008, 03:58 AM Thread Starter
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Targa, Union Force or Relay Pros??

Which of these bindings would suit best? Rome Targa(a fav here), Union Force or the Salomon Relay Pros. Would particularly like to hear from those who've tried & tested them.

Im currently more of a intermediate freerider but would like to get into some freestyle & park eventually. So maybe a 60/40 freeride/freestyle & park.

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rome 390s are best for everything. you can adjust the responsiveness to suite freeridng or park. but between the options you listed, targas all the way
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i know im going to get bashed here. everyone is obsessed with the 390s around here, i love rome, my headroom is my favorite board ive ever owned, but the 390s aren't cutting it for me. i cracked the base of them, broke the straps numerous times, rome has good customer service but i was not satisfied with the bindings. the salomon relays have that flexible heel cup, if that was such a great invention i think other companies would use them. i have beat the hell out of a pair of union forces and maybe im just lucky but the rachets, straps, plates, everything has held up for a long time. by the way salomon has shitty customer service. cant speak on the targas but id like to try them.

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