Rome Shift Snowboard Binding - 2011
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February 23, 2012
Used these binding for only about 15 snowboarding days this winter. One toe strap ladder broke off at the binding end. One ankle ratchet quit working and replaced it with a generic one that didn't quite fit the Rome ladder, so had to also replace that ladder. And one screw came all the way off and the ankle binding came off. This happened on a lift unload with a free foot, so the board came completely loose.
Still using the thing with improvised fasteners and checking the hardware every single day for tightness. But I have never had a binding fall apart so many ways so fast.
December 11, 2011
these bindings do not work with certain boots such as Burton Invaders. The highbacks come no where close to being in contact with the back of your boot, even when they are adjusted to their farthest forward pivot point. Just keep this in mind when purchasing.
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December 2, 2011
....and not even made it to the slope. The tool free, adjustable toe plates are near enough impossible to move. Contacted a rep at Rome to be told they are "a little tough" initially - understatement!! Have only been able to move ONE toe plate out of 4 (bought two pairs). Rome, you can stuff your tool free toe plates - I'd rather you had to unscrew them!