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The Rome 390 Snowboard Binding—sensitivity and precision to take your riding to the next level.

Nothing's worse than gapping onto some rail and not being able to feel what's going on under your feet. With increased board feel and a moderate flex, the Rome 390 Snowboard Binding keeps you in close contact with the terrain you ride. The 390 Binding's glass-filled nylon base helps you feel the snow (or handrail) without decreasing the energy transfer, so you can ride solidly at speed. Rome's UnderWrap heel cup comes around the back of the heel and under your toes to give you precise edge control and increased responsiveness. The Gel Fit ankle strap gives you a precise fit without nasty pressure spots. Whether you're sessioning the park or mixing some freestyle moves into your all-mountain riding, the 390's performance helps you progress your riding as far as your cojones and your body will allow.

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Where can i get parts, the toe strap is...

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Where can i get parts, the toe strap is broken and i need a replacement?

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Your best bet would be to contact Rome directly. They will be able to tell you which dealer in your area carries replacement parts, or will be able to send them to you directly.

4 5

great for the price

nice park bindings. They have plenty of flex, more adjustability than most bindings, the best ankle padding I've ever had, good toe strap system, metal ratchets and sick looks at a relatively low price. Unfortunately, the plastic ladders feel a bit thin/brittle, the disk covers are screw down instead of snap on and you have to completely unhook the toe strap to get your foot out (on Salomon bindings, you loosen but they stay hooked and just fall out of the way). Rome acknowledged my warranty card by sending me a big die-cut logo sticker...sweet.

2 5

romeeee

alright, these bindings rock, there light and responsive but the first day out with them was a comp at my home mtn. i broke the little plastic piece that holds the toe strap on and i was screwed for the day... so i sent them back and this site sent me a new pair and they broke again!
i wish they didn't break i was really impressed with them and i wasnt hard on them at all when they broke. i dont recomend these.

5 5

390s awesomeo

best binders out there. work awesome with my alibi

5 5

390's are ballin

These bindings are the best out there, so many ways to fit them to your model and brand of boot. super light-weight and most importantly they look sick. I recommend these bindings for anyone who needs a new set.

4 5

STEEZY

Just rode them for the first time this season and they r sick as sh#$%. They feel so nice on ur feet. way more control. If u got money to spend buy this shit its nice

5 5

Like sex!

These bindings have given me mulitple euphoric riding experiences.. The aluminum metal alloy heelhoop that connects the toe to the highback revolutionizes a world of responsiveness & the glass-filled nylon baseplate keeps the overall binding stifness to a minimum, while the gel fit ankle strap & the conformist toe system cradle your foot like a mother craddles a new born! Bitchin bindings! No questions asked..

5 5

damnnnnnnn

damnnnnn this bindings r sick they have so much feel to them its a deffent buy

5 5

390000000's

SICK SICK SICK...
They are a little lighter, the ankle strap is VERY comfortable, and they look better in person than in the pic. Buckles slide smoothly, and they are very adjustable. Best improvement on this binding in my opinion is the toe strap. If you look closely in the picture you can see that they used a different material or pattern (looks like little rectangles), this helps for a comfortable snug fit, more so that previous years. I have always been a Burton binding fan, but these are slowly taking over. I like them much more for the park and freestyle aspect of riding. I think that Burtons are more responsive, but these let you move around more aggressively without reacting too much. They are more forgiving and easier to jump around on. The highback seems to stay out of the way until you lean in to it, or want it to respond. This is great for tweaking and while on rails. A very solid binding, I would highly recommend them.