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11-22-2010 01:21 PM
Originally Posted by S.Midd.92 View Post
Ya ride bindings really are coming around i got the Ex which is not top of the line by any means but they seem super durable and yet very comfy.
What do you mean "coming around?" They've been making solid, reliable bindings since back in the Preston days.
11-22-2010 01:06 PM
S.Midd.92 Ya ride bindings really are coming around i got the Ex which is not top of the line by any means but they seem super durable and yet very comfy.
11-22-2010 12:56 PM
ngbert Nice. I am really impressed with Ride's evolution of bindings. This year is the pinnacle. Putting in the order today. YIIIII
11-22-2010 12:50 PM
DC5R Wow, is that last pic for real? Daaaaaammmmmmnnnnn!!!
11-22-2010 12:16 PM
ngbert I think vans tend to run a bit wide and over all are more volume. i have not tried em on yet but im going with the larges 9-11 to be on the safe side 7-9 just seems too small
11-22-2010 06:14 AM
JeffreyCH Have you tried your boots and bindings together yet? The reason I ask is because I have delta's(11-13) and high standards(sz 13) I had to shave the heel of my boots down to get them to go into the heelcups without slamming my foot into them.
11-22-2010 03:38 AM
ngbert thanks for your input guys. I decided to go with Ride. After handling the two I feel the Ride bindings are far superior in feel and quality. I've always liked Rome straps, but other than that it really has nothing over the Ride binding. Guess I had to see the Boss in person
11-17-2010 08:47 PM
Originally Posted by ngbert View Post
Hey folks, just wanted your guys' opinion on the Ride Delta MVMNT and Rome 390 BOSS. I have a size 9 vans hi-standard boot and will be slapping one of these puppies on my Ride Crush. What size should I get? Ride Large, Rome sm/md?

When I ride my crush I usually butter around all over the mountain and am in the park hitting boxes, walls, rails, etc. Anyone ride any of the '11s yet? Holla
Selling my brand new Ride Alpha's for $150 if you're interested. Size 9-11, should fit your boots perfectly.
11-15-2010 10:51 PM
Originally Posted by belmont View Post
can't say which is better but definitely get sm/md for the romes
Don't listen to this ^ guy. Vans boots are huge, a size 9 won't fit the straps on Sm/Md Romes. You def have to go Lg/XL. With ride you'd go L which fits 8-11.
11-15-2010 04:29 PM
Originally Posted by ngbert View Post
Softer as in the high back is softer or the chassis in general. I'm used to having Fluxes but they're pretty heavy and they were too big. Leaning more towards the 390s unless anyone can sway me another direction. Anyone else have size 9 boots and ride ROME? Just got two different answers.
The highback is softer and there's a little more give in the straps due to the cushioning on the 390s.

I have size 9 boots and ride sm/md Targas, hence my suggestion to go one size up.
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