Rome Arsenal Snowboard Binding - 2009
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February 17, 2010
These bindings are great, I have last years model and I can say without a doubt that they are higher quality than any other bindings on the mountain. Period. The materials they use are second to none. I don't care much for much of Rome's styling but if you want something that isn't overpriced and made of cheap thin plastic, get a pair from Rome.
No, to avoid heel/toe drag, I'd get a Large.
June 16, 2010
January 5, 2010
Those bindings are really good. I´ve been using them on my rome cheaptrick 08/09 and i love it.
I think that if you dont like those bindings you are doing something whrong with them, ive been jibbing on them and riding the mtn to, nice flex on them, toe/normal strap is sick on them and they are just so simple and great. First after I got them they were not so really great, the toestrap was sometimes fucking things up but you need to set them for your boots. It is really easy and you dont need no screws. After you set them perfectly for your boots, things will work out and there will be no problems.
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October 20, 2009
I rode with these last year, got tricked cos I thought the black/white plaid looked sick. They are really cheaply made. The plate under your toes is always sliding forward,no matter how many f'n times you tighten it. I had em ducked out and my back binding actually rotated forward a few degrees while I was riding, and locked back in..? It's like the teeth on your base plate are to weak to hold it. Also there is no room to adjust your highbacks....like it gives you all these holes/slots to move your highback side to side to line it up with your boards edge, but if you do, the screws sit too flush and grind holes while you ride.
At first I thought I just f'd something up, but I took em into 2 board shops and they said WEAK SAUCE