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05-16-2014 01:38 AM
Mizu Kuma Maybe look at somethin along the lines of the Flux DS's, Rome 390's, if you want a little lateral flex for the park, or the Flux TT, Burton Cartels, if you want an all round binding with a little more response than the Missions!!!!!
05-16-2014 01:22 AM
medley I like to bit of everything so all mountain I guess..
I've only had 5 year old burton missions so I have nothing to compare them too
05-16-2014 01:19 AM
Mizu Kuma What type of riding to you do?????

What type of flex do you want?????
05-15-2014 10:47 PM
Simon Birch
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Originally Posted by medley View Post
Think I'm going to go for the 390s in red.. they sound good and match the board perfect..
Thanks for the help
I'd wait another day or two to give some other people time to give their thoughts and advice on some other options. Right now its almost midnight on the east coast in the USA. I'm sure others will see this thread tomorrow. If you do have your heart set on the 390's google other places that ship overseas, you might find something cheaper than what evo is offering.
05-15-2014 10:40 PM
medley Think I'm going to go for the 390s in red.. they sound good and match the board perfect..
Thanks for the help
05-15-2014 10:20 PM
Simon Birch
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Originally Posted by linvillegorge View Post
Definitely not stiff. The Cobra is fairly soft. Pretty middle of the road in terms of flex. I like it with a medium flex binding. Something like a Flux TT30, Burton Cartel, Union Force type binding.
Woops meant medium stiff, my bad.
05-15-2014 10:19 PM
Simon Birch
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I'm open to suggestions mate.. Which rone ones should I look at?
If I was getting Rome bindings for a cobra I would either get Targas, 390 Boss, or 390's. The Targas are more stiffer than the other two, but you can adjust them to not be as stiff with an insert. And if your the type who likes his board to match his bindings the Targas have a red and black set that match the 2013/2014 Cobra.

There are a lot of other better bindings out there but I don't care to break the bank on a set of bindings personally. Union and Flow make great bindings as well. People like the Burton Cartels, so that's another option. But if you do go Rome be sure you don't accidentally buy something like the Rome Boss, or the Rome Mob bindings since their softer and made more for the park and easy groomers.

Check out Rome Snowboard Bindings
05-15-2014 10:12 PM
linvillegorge
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Originally Posted by Simon Birch View Post
It helps if you include your budget range and what brands do you like. I'm assuming since you have a Cobra your going to want some medium to stiff bindings to go with them.
Definitely not stiff. The Cobra is fairly soft. Pretty middle of the road in terms of flex. I like it with a medium flex binding. Something like a Flux TT30, Burton Cartel, Union Force type binding.
05-15-2014 10:06 PM
medley I'm open to suggestions mate.. Which rone ones should I look at?
05-15-2014 10:03 PM
Simon Birch
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150 or $250 around that, is there any good K2 bindings? as my boots are K2 feel it makes sense
Sorry I can't be of any help on K2 bindings since I never rode a board with them, I'm a Rome fanboy when it comes to bindings. But I do have a pair of K2 boots.

But if your you want K2 bindings that will ship outside the USA look at evo.com (not the best prices but usually a lot more stock since their prices are higher than sites like backcountry.com or tactics.com)

K2 Snowboard Bindings | evo

Tactics.com also ships outside the USA but they don't have any K2 bindings listed.
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