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April 3, 2013
ive had two pair of 390s would probably only be one if not for f'in thieves and i love them. however bought my 12-13 yr old son these this year and he destroyed them..he rides hard but the highback snapped in two on a heel edge crash two toe straps and one ankle because it goes inside the heelcup unlike 390s. also the footbed doesn't stay put . needles to say he'll be on 390s next year.
btw unions are overrated.
if i wasnt lazy id take a pic
Anyone using these bindings with size 9 ThirtyTwo boots? Wondering if the Med will be a little tight.
EDIT: I should have been more clear. I was concerned with the width of the footbed since my boot is not really a slim boot style.
By: Mike Shin
February 15, 2013
I would probably go with the Large. 32's are a little higher profile and I have these and the heel is a little narrower.
By: Mike Waldert
March 2, 2013
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January 8, 2013
Very powerful, solid bindings! Just the right amount of stiffness to lock you into a reverse camber board, which is essential in a proper ride.
Offering all kinds of customization features, the Mob Boss saves you that 30 bucks off the 390 boss, simply because it doesn't have the autostrap feature!(Though it DOES come with two hype ass beer coozies) It kills the same in every other way. It was also lighter than the 390's too... Though the 390's may be stiffer, I can guarantee you it won't be by a lot!
The canting was SUPER noticeable, in both the base and hiback, and my power transfer was so off the hook it took me way longer to get used to a flexier board. The ankle strap was so cushy that I could actually feel it's softness through my boot. And the Conform Grip toe strap actually works very well, you can see it wrap around the toe if you choose to use it as a cap, or you can see it simply tighten if you strap it up over top!
In summary, I'm very satisfied with the level of performance from this binding. It's stiff, powerful, and offers you the maximum amount of customization for all your comfortable riding needs.
If this is a binding you're considering, I suggest you get it.
One thing I will say that's slightly problematic for me is that initially the toe strap comes up a bit short, not entirely crossing over the toe of my boot (Medium sized bindings, size 9 ThirtyTwo Boots). Easily alleviated by sliding the toe strap over by manipulating the locks on the strap side (Huzzah for customization!)
Current set up - Academy Snowboard Co. 2013 Propaganda RC, And the Rome Mob Boss Bindings 2013 in the Black/Yellow
February 2, 2013
They are solid bindings, i like the adjustability and the beer coozies but thats about it. I have already had to warranty my toe straps two times, the paint started chipping within the second day of riding, and my heel strap will undo mid-air...WTF. if im paying top dollar for some bindings give me good quality bindinds. they do have good warranty support and im a big Rome fan, but honestly never getting their bindings again. Go with some Unions.