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Exactly what you want on your freestyle board.

Rome went out of its way to save every possible ounce from the Shift Snowboard Binding while still giving you the performance you expect. The ultra-thin QuickStrap.2 ankle strap locks you in place without adding one speck of weight of bulk, and the ConFormist.1 toe strap gives the option to go over the top or around the front. Rome gave this binding just enough stiffness to let you nose press with the best of them while maintaining the freedom of movement you need on the rails and boxes.

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2 5

Great concept, but....

the highbacl snapped on my 3rd run.... i love how you can mount it back farther on the board to compensate for my ginormous feet, but they are flimsy.....

4 5

solid bindings

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.

3 5

shift + skate banana = no

this isnt really a review on the bindings really, since i have not been able to use them

they look awesome, looked and felt good quality, and i liked the features more so in person than on paper

but...they would not mount to my skate banana. ive mounted tons of bindings, so i gave up and even went to EMS down the street and he couldnt do it.

the baseplate and binding itself on these makes you stand real high off the board, and was just too tall to have their screws actually screw in... i think the skate's holes are a little recessed so that might be it. not sure

not a "dont get this" but if you plan on mounting to a skate banana (and maybe another lib tech) i would advise to change your mind...sending these back today

I have the Forum Recon midwide board from...

Posted on

I have the Forum Recon midwide board from a few years ago (not sure what year, or if that matters) but does anyone know if I'd be able to use these bindings with it?

Responded on

im not shur but if you go to www.romesds.com u can ask one somebody that works there its called ask the sds or somthing like that.

Responded on

you should be able to i just but these on my forum youngblood and there pretty sick