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TitaniuIVI 03-19-2008 01:56 AM

Looking to buy some bindings
 
Looking to buy some Flow's or Rome's. I have some Flow Pro's now, but my foot has out grown them. Looking for some XL bindings for my size 11 boots. If you have any lying around, PM me. Or if you want to trade for my L Flow Pro bindings, PM with what you got and I'll send you pics.

Thanks,
Angel

TitaniuIVI 03-19-2008 04:08 PM

Flow M11's or Rome Targas?
 
OK. So i found some Flow M11's and some Rome Targas for the same price. Considering I really like my current Flows (I am super lazy, I have BOA boots so I don't have to tie my laces) Why would I want to get the Targas? BTW, I don't want this to turn in to a 12 year old squabble on how "My binding are better than yours! :cheeky4:" If that's all your going to say, keep it to yourself. I would like some constructive criticism on why the Targas are so great, and why the Flows are not. I am an intermidiate rider, and am not really interested in doing any terrain stuff (Maybe a jump or two, but no tricks or half pipe) I just like to go fast. Hopefully this will help me make my final decision so I could atleast get the bindings in time to try them out once this season. Thanks in advance.

Angel

mesomike 04-03-2008 02:30 AM

I have a pair of 08 large rome 390's, in black. I just got them a couple weeks ago, and used them for a week in Steamboat. I got some f22 salomon boots in a 9, so now I need medium bindings. They are basically perfect. Let me know if you are interested. I will let them go for a fair price.

berg 04-03-2008 10:03 PM

i'd recommend mike's 390s. i absolutely love mine. unless you want a freeride only stiff binder...then go with the targas.


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