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Strap into the adaptable Rome Targa, and enjoy the ride.

The Rome Targa Binding gives you a precision fit and lots of adjustability so you can ride any terrain. Reduce your forward lean, wear your ankle strap low, and leave out the ankle strap's stiffening inserts for max freedom and flexibility on rails. Dial in rotation and forward lean, wear the ankle strap high, and put in your stiffest ankle strap insert (Rome includes two options) to feel at one with your board on a big-mountain line. Rome's UnderWrap heel cup goes around your heel and under your toes to transfer all your power to the edges for uncompromising performance.

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5 5

Great bindings

These bindings are awesome. I didn't know bindings could feel this good. Having gone from cheapo rental bindings to these for my first board setup, having your own gear makes a world of difference. Using these, this is the first time I have come away from a snow trip not feeling sore all over my ankles (Can't believe I put up with the pain for so long!). There are no pressures points no matter how tight I do the ratchets up.

The toe conformist strap I was a little dubious about, but upon mounting the bindings on my board and trying them out saw the genius in Rome's design. Given the option of either over the top of the toes or around the ends of the boot, the rubber toe straps stretch over the boot fitting and holding the boot down perfectly. I like to place them somewhere in between over the top of the foot and over the very ends of the toes.

The bottom of the bindings has a rubber layer so it won't scratch the crap out of your board.

Overall, I don't have much to compare against, but these bindings haven't done me any wrong!

i really want to put burton cap straps on...

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i really want to put burton cap straps on these will it work?

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Why? The Conformist Toe strap will work "cap-style" (why they call it conformist; you can ride it any way you want) In fact the new Burton style cap strap is a knock off of the Rome design.

5 5

I'm 250 and couldn't break them in a week.

They could offer a night class to teach you how to set them up. Seriously, I read the instructions a couple times before breaking out my number 3 phillips. Once you do it, it's easy. They are just so adjustable. I found them well under 2 bones. Had to try them and I'm glad I did. Size 10 32 TM2's fit the L just perfectly.

I'm torn between these bindings and the...

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I'm torn between these bindings and the RIDE NRc but leaning more towards these. I ride a skate banana 159, i'm 6'4" and have a size 11-11 1/2 salamon dialog boot

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wow these look pretty sweet, the adjustability is something ive never seen in a binding, go for these

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thanks for the advice. I just got these today and they were totally adjustable and they're sittin pretty on my board right now. BTW, thanks for answering on the ride page too lol.

5 5

Love it

This is my first board so I really don't know if I qualify as an evaluator, but in my opinion this board is great.

5 5

Awesome Bindings

Bought these a week ago and have rode them twice. Mounted them to an '09 Rome Design and couldnt ask for a better powder setup. Rome found a new loyal customer.

5 5

highback replaced within days from rome reps!! awesome

Just an update, customer service is really as good as mentioned. I shot an email off to rome warranty, in a day or so they emailed me back and had a new highback in the mail. fast enough i was able to replace it before my next trip out. I think the first one may have broke from having it mounted awkwardly because when i installed the new one, I tried to mount it the same way the original was in, and it was a really weird fit, so I adjusted it to fit with a bit of rotation and its smooth now. Very happy now, and would buy Rome again.

I wear '09 Burton Rulers in size 9. What...

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I wear '09 Burton Rulers in size 9. What size Targa binding should I get? Andrew: Some people complain about to0 much room on each side w/ size 9 & the M/XL. Have you heard the same? I feel like the S/M would be fine except the toe strap digs into my pinky toe rather than wrapping around it. I have the M/XL, but don't want to ride them until I'm sure.

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I would go the M/XL even adjusted out you may find the S/M to restrictive, especially if you wanted to go to a thicker boot at some point. With the amount of adjustments available on the Targa's go the larger size and adjust down

Will these mount on my salomon pulse ?

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Will these mount on my salomon pulse ?

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yep no problem. They have a universal mounting disc.

1 5

Broke right highback first day out

I too broke the right highback on my first day out with them , and I wasnt going crazy either. Sent in some pics and stuff to rome warranty, hopefully , like the other guy here, they will get back to me quickly, if they do Ill repost. Otherwise, kinda bummed out for buying the most high end binding from rome to have that happen.

I wear a size 9.5 salomon F22 mens boot....

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I wear a size 9.5 salomon F22 mens boot. What size binding is going to fit the best?

5 5

Targas - Don't waste your money

Well, I loved these bindings until I broke the metal frame supporting the heel cup..on BOTH bindings so it's not a manufacturing defect. These bindings ride great which explains the good reviews but I bet most of these reviewers haven't spend 50 hard days in them. I only weigh 155 lbs but I ride hard and I ride for 6 hrs a day 3 to 4 days a week. Not good for anyone who really gets with it...backcountry, steeps, butters and hits. I recommend this binding for posers and gapers only.

5 5

Crazy

I've ridden with burton and k2, these bindings don't even compare to those. You can adjust pretty much everything, they're extremely solid and they look tight as hell too. The response is amazing. Best bindings I've ever owned. Cop a pair!

4 5

Super Comfy and Adjustible

So yeah, these bindings are super comfy and look sick. You can adjust pretty much everything on them too. You can do them nice and tight without any pressure points on your foot. My only gripe with them is that there is a peice of material on the outside of the ankle strap that catches almost every time i do the ratchet up. It's pretty annoying.

4 5

What sound does a Targa-bird make? Tweak Tweak!

Overall, these are rugged bindings with great response and power, fairly good board feel, and ultimate adjustability. Unlike my Customs, which are great for park and pipe but squirrely like a Fiat on a logging road when bombing moguls or AK lines, or my Ride RXs which feel like I’m wearing ski boots nailed to cinderblocks ‘cuz they’re so stiff, the Targas can be tweaked from one end of the flextrum to the other without sacrificing performance.

My only complaints are that they only come in two sizes and my size 9 boots fall right in the middle (the S/M just barely fits) and that the “autostrap” should be called the “uselesscrap” ‘cuz that’s about how useful it is. Neither of these issues will detract from your overall satisfaction with these bindings though – if you’re only gonna own one binding for the rest of your life, these will do you just how you like to be done – kinda like that skanky chick from last weekend.

5 5

these bindings look sick!

i thank all of you guys for ur reviews these bindings would look sick with the ride kink 152 cm i a m picking upo for next season...thanks all

2 5

Great, but fragile...

I bought my Targas at the end of the 2007/2008 season and rode them once last season on my last day out. This season, I've ridden them about four times, and half of those times, something broke.

The first thing was the toe strap. It was a really cold day, and hopping off of the chair i stepped on the toe strap, and it snapped right in half! I went to strap in and saw my strap sliding down the slope. So, that day was pretty much a wash and a board tech fixed it with a file down burton toe ladder.

The second thing was the right high back (I ride regular). I did about three or four runs, got down to the chair lift and went to fold down the high back, and it had snapped right in half! I mean are you s**tting me? How does that happen? Maybe it was defective, but I'm just not so sure.

Rome customer service has been very helpful, though, and I had replacements for both parts within about a week. I will give them one more chance, but if something else breaks, I will go back to Ride bindings, which I've never had problems with.

5 5

Sick Bindings

I hooked these up on my gnu chb mtx. They are extremely responsive. I rode them in 16 inches of powder and on groomers, on both of which i had total control. The ability to change from toes to heels was almost instant. They are just really really responsive. The question of "are they durable?" Yes. I dont know how that guy broke his because I slammed the terrain park and pretty much did all i could to break them and they are still holdin strong. Very well priced too. My two favorite things about these bindings are how easy they are to get in an out of and the toe strap. Ratcheting is cake. Its really cool as well, when you ratchet in, the strap comes up across your foot but is hidden behind a piece of material so that it doesnt get in your way. To get out you pop them off like its nothin. Like i said i also like the toe strap. I forget how it is made, but when it comes over your toe it stretches real nice and holds you in nice and tight. it doesnt squeeze your toe either like some other bindings ive had. All in all i recommend these things, i have ridden lots of stuff and these are by far my favorites. look sick too haha

3 5

Great, but...

Well, they are definitely customizable. I've only ridden them once, and spent the day tweaking them just right. And now that I'm on here writing this review I see that 3 days ago someone mentioned that they're awesome but he/she broke one of the bindings. That's exactly what I'm worried about. They are made of a pretty weak-feeling plastic. I have my front binding's highback rotated 4 degrees and I'm nervous. I don't even want to imagine how weak a 12 degree warped highback might be. But until they break, I think I'm going to love them!

5 5

be gentle

used to have burtons. these ride ten times better. but only the second time out i snapped one in half.... not very strong. ride them easy

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