|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|12-03-2007 10:49 AM|
|st.stark||I have a set of 07 Arsenals and I am loving them. They feel and look awesome, and have some great strap and highback options to boot! (pun intended lol) But seriously, they are a great set of bindings and I would recommend them to anyone but the most avid boarder who has more $$$ to spend...to them I would recommend either the Rome 390s or Targas, or any of the Union lineup...|
|12-03-2007 04:18 AM|
|Freebird34||rome and union binding are sick. i havent heard anyone complain about either company yet. as for boots i cant really help you. thats more of a whatever fits you the best type of thing. just try on a lot of pairs so you know you're gettin what you want.|
|12-03-2007 12:25 AM|
|Mr. Right||Well I'm not a die-hard Burton fan myself but when I went and tried boots on the Burton Ions were the most comfy ones I could find so I bought them. Some people who have Burton boots really don't like them which makes me wonder, why did they buy them? It doesn't matter what boot you get, just try them on first and make sure they fit right, as that is really the ONLY important thing about your boots.|
|12-03-2007 12:21 AM|
I have a board...Need boots and bindings
I recently bought a Palmer Prodigy board from Sierra Snowboard and now I am looking at bindings and boots. The problem is I have heard a lot of bad talk about burton, and since I new to purchasing snowboard products I am a little lost. I was told to look into Rome Arsenal bindings and I was investigating those right now.
The main question I have is are those good and what boots would work well with those bindings. I have a size 12 foot and I ride regular. If I am unclear about anything please let me know.
I would appreciate any help. Thanks