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Quality of these bindings is high, super light without a doubt, straps are nice and comfy, easy to setup and adjust.. no complaints so far... oh and they look dope.
i just started riding this season and this was my first board (2008 version), its a sweet board, did over 30 days on it, it is super fast and really slick for pow/groomers. I didn't find it that comfortable in the park, and i find it to be quite stiff.I bought a dh2.2 this year, and its a better board IMO. Better in the park, better off jumps/landings, more flex, and better all mountain. The Rome is better for groomers though. The cambered design makes it easy to catch an edge so you can't really relax, but it bites into ice without a lot of chatter because of that.
these are sweet for the price. no complaints what-so-ever. they fit a lil tight because of the removable liner.
well made, easy to adjust, fits nice and seem to last.
update: end of season, the bindings are still holding up very well. Nothing has broken off, nothing is wrong with them. The adjustability of these is pretty awesome, i can do a lot right on the hill, without a screwdriver.
Only complaint, one time, and i don't know why, i couldn't get the binding to lock in, after 10 minutes of trying, it finally popped in.. not sure why it did that, wasn't frozen.
first boot ive ever owned, really like it. boa system makes it easy to adjust on the fly. they broke in real nice also, really comfortable. can't complain.