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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-08-2008, 12:57 PM
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Women's Bindings Question...help!

So all last season I rode with the Rome Targas. They were amazing bindings but they were mens and were too small for my boot. Right now I am currently in a dilemma. This is my second season boarding and I have the basics pretty much down and want to attempt some park this season. I would say I would be 90% riding and 10% park this season. I just picked up the Burton G-Twin (sick board btw...) and need bindings to match. I want something I could grow in but so insanely advanced that I won't know how to adjust them.

Here are my choices:
Burton Lexa
Rome Madison
Ride dVa

Any reviews or help would be greatly appreciated!
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-08-2008, 01:36 PM
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If you liked the rome targa's check out the Union Trilogy, they're the womens version of the Force. Extremely high quality women's binding and one of the most comfortable on the market.
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Bump for any other ideas/reviews!
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TTT, any extra info would be great.
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i don't know what to tell ya. i have the madison's.
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i'm planning to get the dVas or the madison's. haven't heard the best things about the lexa's.
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i haven't been able to find many women's bindings from last year, but the madison's seem to be the most popular. The rome struts are the cheaper women's bindings from them i think, which are comparable to the rome arsenals for men.
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i'm planning to get the dVas or the madison's. haven't heard the best things about the lexa's.
It was recommended to me to get the lexa's. What did you hear about them that's negative?
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just some hardware issues, and that they were stiff, but it could be that it was just a certain few pairs. my friend also had non-burton boots, i think vans?, and the bindings didn't fit right. i just feel like they are lower quality than the other choices.
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