|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|10-11-2012 04:14 PM|
|Triple8Sol||I've owned both and either one will do all of that. Honestly, you can't go wrong either way.|
|10-10-2012 10:01 AM|
If you're looking for a binding that can do everything, the 390 Boss is a solid choice. Tons of adjustments if you like to tinker with your settings and get everything dialed - toe and heel ramps, highback rotation, strap lengths and placement, and heel hoop sizing. Plus the addition of the Yes I Cant system to cant your stance, which provides extra control over the nose and tail, and a more comfortable, anatomically correct angle for your knees especially at wide stances.
Any other questions just let us know, hope that helps.
|10-09-2012 08:32 AM|
Burton cartel's vs. Rome 390's
I had posted a thread earlier on what bindings I should get for my new Flow Quantum. I am mainly looking to do mountain free riding and some park. I am 170 pounds and the board size is 155cm and I'm not sure what my boot size is since the last time I went I rented. But I wear a size 11 shoe US. There were several choices of bindings based on these specs but based mainly off price I am trying to choose between the burton cartels and the Rome 390 bosses both 2012 models I believe. So if any of you have any experience with any of the 2 or both please let me know. Thanks in advanced!!