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Run the streets.

When rails don't pay up, Rome enforcer LNP punishes them with boardslides and nosepresses under the orders of the Mob Boss Snowboard Binding. The V-Rod baseplate provides superior board feel and flex for getting loose, and the Yes, I Cant System allows you to get a more natural leg position for better control and less fatigue when you're beating the hell out of deadbeat boxes.

Tweak your tricks harder with the Mob highback. A shorter height and a hollowed-out top zone provide freestyle flexibility so you can lock into blunts and bone out stalefishes. A minimal footprint on the V-Rod baseplate allows for more natural board flex and better heel-to-toe energy transfer, and the SubBase V-Pad features EVA in between the raised areas of the binding and the board to reduce chatter and improve response.

Experience reduced fatigue and greater ollie power with the Yes I Cant canted footbed. It allows you to easily adjust the canting angle from zero degrees to three and a half degrees to match your body's natural stance. Why stop at canted footbeds? Cant In The Back highback canting allows you to also adjust the angle of the highback to line up properly with your legs. The Conform Boss ankle strap has double the padding for a cushy, comfortable feel. ConformGrip toe straps allow you to wear the strap around the toe or over the top of your foot.

  • Mob highback
  • Cant In The Back highback canting
  • V-Rod baseplate
  • SubBase V-Pad
  • Yes I Cant adjustable cant footbed
  • Contour Boss ankle strap
  • ConformGrip toe strap

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4 5

Good binding.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Rome sizing chart is off. I ordered a M size, which says it should fit a size 10 boot. The M size binding is way too small for my Vans Andreas Wiig boots. Suggest getting large if you wear a size 10 boot, or even a 9.5. I exchanged for a size L and now it's awesome.
The binding is flexy enough for park but aggressive enough for the rest of the mountain. Handles chutes and handrails alike. The canting adds a lot of control, and the whole binding is very comfortable. Definitely would recommend.

4 5

Great Binding

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I replaced my 09 Delta MVMNT bindings with these and there are things I liked and did not like compared to my older bindings.

Pros: more cushion, sick design, lots of adjustability, firm support on ankle and toe strap. Canted foot beds seemed to help my upper legs from burning out and joint pain in my knees

Cons: little bit confusing setting up, screws are made out of WEAK materials and strip the heads easily. Uses a number two Philips for adjustments and three for locking down the base from what I could determine. Base screws appeared to be made from stainless steel and far superior in strength. Toe strap damaged my boots while cranking them down, strap edges were digging in and stripping the rubber edges off my boots outside edge. I seem to be in between sizes for this binding, at a Men's size 10 (28 mondo). As I had to fully crank them down to grab hold of the boot firmly. If I got the S/M binding I might not have been able to grab hold at all at max extension?

I'm an older rider at 35 so overall I loved the extra cushion. This was not an option years ago were you were standing on a huge metal disc years ago with super stuff boots so this new technology is much appreciated.

I'm giving these four stars and not five because of a few reason of personal choice. Number one that irritating "Made in China" stamp, two quality of materials used (cheap screws) and difficulty in setup(could be my own fault)

Big Ups to Kevin D. From Whiskey Militia customer service who swapped out the black bindings for the LNP style bindings! Love the color scheme on those being a veteran anything camo and gun metal is amazing!

Overall great bindings and improved my ability to ride switch in a ducked out stance (-12, 12), before I was very forward facing and directional. Now I feel as though I can chuck down the hill in any direction

5 5

Great bindings!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

After riding these several times out on the hill, I can safely say these are killer bindings. Very comfortable and tons of support for carving and maneuvering around the hill. These bindings work beautifully for park riding as well. You get that nice locked in feeling for spins and grabs but with a nice soft flex to help stomp those landing. The added canted foot bed and high back features really make this comfortable for all aspects of riding. You could ride these all day and feel no discomfort at all. Highly Recommend them!

5 5

I See Why LNP Loves These!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is probably the most versatile park binding I've ever ridden. I'm not usually down with all plastic bindings, but the UniBody construction transfers energy really well, making them way more responsive than you'd think a soft flexing binding would be.

I also used the Cant In The Back highback canting with the 3.5 degree Yes I Cant footbed, and together they added a ton of leverage and power underfoot.

Finally, the new Boss toe and ankle straps are incredible. You can't feel them at all, meaning there's no unwanted pressure on your foot, but they hold your feet rock steady while still giving you plenty of tweak-ability.

Basically, I'd highly recommend these to anyone who likes a softer binding but still plans on charging all over the mountain.