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A mountain-slaying match made in heaven—or wherever it is that they party for eternity.

Powerful response for the steeps and forgiving flex for the treats are hard things to find in the same snowboard binding. The Rome Targa bindings have both of these and they are the pinnacle of adjustability— a dream come true.
  • Targa PF Highbacks feature a dual-layered design that deliver a snappy yet forgiving flex and lots of heelside support
  • Yes, I Cant InBase System makes wider stances comfortable with themselves by providing three different options�0 degrees, 2 degrees, and 3.5 degrees
  • SubBase V-Pad shock absorbers reduce impacts from hard landings, create a damper ride, and add more side-to-side flex
  • PF Adjust Ankle Straps utilize a low-profile shape and more adjustability than you may be able to swallow to ensure an anatomical and comfortable fit�with 9Times Ankle Strap positioning you can dial these in to even more customized amount of ankle support
  • ConFormist.4 Toe Straps with Toe Jam are super low-profile, tight-fitting, and extremely grippy
  • Adjustable heel and toe ramps along with up to 12 degrees of highback rotation give you the power to find the best possible fit
  • Tool-free strap and forward lean adjustments make for quick and easy changes on the hill

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4 5

living up to its name

Did not like the Cant system with 2 pieces to always be adjusting.. specially when you want to loosen up your bindings to wax the board. So if you aren't one to wax your board that often or don't mind always adjusting the two piece CAN'T SYSTEM well than its all GOOD!! Other than that the binding is great as usual like everyone says RomE makes a great binding! Love the ankle strap so CusH!

4 5

living up to its name

Did not like the Cant system with 2 pieces to always be adjusting.. specially when you want to loosen up your bindings to wax the board. So if you aren't one to wax your board that often or don't mind always adjusting the two piece CAN'T SYSTEM well than its all GOOD!! Other than that the binding is great as usual like everyone says RomE makes a great binding! Love the ankle strap so CusH!

4 5

Zero32

Great bindings, super comfortable, adjustable and responsive in UT powder and East Coast ice alike. The only problem was that TWICE the highbacks have broke where they connect with the heel cup - once with the right once with the left. Neither were in the incorrect positioning for the rotation, and left stance is only a couple degrees off zero so it was basically straight anyways. That being said, their customer service was AWESOME. Called them up, explained the problem and without hesitation, pictures, accusitory emails, ANYTHING, they sent them on their way and got them to me that week. Way to go Rome! I will continue riding with Rome under my feet, even with this minor snafu, simply because they are that good & customer service was that nice.

5 5

Straight up rad-ness!

I've only gotten a couple of days on them so far but I have been very pleased with their comfort and performance. They take a while to get adjusted and set up, and mounting to the board the first time can be a pain due to the rubber "gasket" on the bottom of the base, but the hassle is well worth it. The straps are uber-comfy and the toe straps work in a variety of positions. Response is great and the adjustable stiffness of the ankle strap is pretty cool. They are pretty smooth riding and the rubber on on the bottom of the baseplate seems to perform as advertised. I wear Salomon wide boots and these boots fit in the binding foot beds, barely!

3 5

Sizing is hit or miss

From a visual standpoint these bindings are dope. The black/acid color combo looked downright punk on my artifact... Rome never disappoints in this category. The problem I ran into was with the sizing/adjustability. Instead of having three sizes, Small, Medium and Large like most manufacturers, Rome offers only two sizes S/M and L/XL, with frames that slide back and forth to adjust to sizes within a wide range. I tried both the S/M and the L/XL with my size 9 foot and could not get the bindings to conform to my boots properly on either. The S/M's were too small at max setting, and the L/XL's on the size 8-10 setting put my foot too far forward causing chop when carving heelside. Adjusting to 10-12 got rid of the chop, but left me with too much slack on my toe strap. I couldn't get them to stay on my toes.

Bottom line is that I want a simple binding that feels like it was custom made for my size foot and boots. This binding proves that with infinite adjustability you can have too much of a good thing. I went back to my trusted Burton Cartels which are lighter, cheaper and fit my Vans boots way better, even though I hate Burton, and continue to ride Rome boards.

4 5

Great as USUAL!

Well I've ridden the 390's and loved them. Now I was a bit optimistic with the " I can't bed." They are a bit weird to set up compared to the Ride bindings which I also have. Overall the Targas are very good. Rome has once again out done them selfs.

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I honestly think I prefer the ride set up. A lot simpler and better cushioning. I have the targa's and a pair of contrabands and I prefer my contra's over the targa's.

5 5

Awesome bindings

Nice flex profile, awesome adjustability. The cant system makes all day riding much more comfortable. I ride with a 9.5 libertine on the l/xl's, and they fit just fine.

5 5

Best Bindings I've ever ridden

I've rocked a lot of bindings... Ride Spi's, Burton Cartel's, Union's but these blow them all out of the water. The flex is probably in-between medium and medium stiff and is perfect for both freeriding and all mountain-freestyle. The adjustability is insane. These are the best bindings I've ever ridden. Once Union keeps up with the canting and the adjustability they might be as good but not yet!

Whats the benefit of these over the 390...

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Whats the benefit of these over the 390 bosses? Also, if I ride a ride jackson boa size 9.5, which seems to run smaller than other companies boots, what size should I get?

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They are nearly identical with the Targa's being a little stiffer/more responsive. Don't get me wrong, you will have no trouble taking park laps with the Targa's. I wear a burton size 10 boot with the "shrinkage" technology so supposedly the outer boot is only a size 9. I ordered the S/M but they were too small. I sent them back for the L/XL and they are perfect. I was concerned because they went up to size 14 but don't worry they will fit your 9.5 boa's.

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Did Rome change the flex profile of the...

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Did Rome change the flex profile of the Targa for this season? I noticed that the ankle strap is different, but the highback looks the same. I have an older pair and the flex is more stiff than medium.

1 5

For the price - buy anything else

Got last years model and they are the SHIT!!! alright -- didn't even get 30-days in before they just started falling apart. I average 60-days a year and used Burton Freestyles for 3-years before 'upgrading' to these - what a mistake.

* All the fabric has disintegrated -- on the leanbacks and ankle straps
* The foam on the baseplate is all peeling and lifting
* The toeramps won't stay
* The ankle straps are shredded; I have them held together with electrical tape.
* The ratchets mad-stick.

And the support is lacking (to say the least). Sent an email for warranty, even included pictures. Got a quick response, but ultimately it was 4-weeks before I got PARTS; ankle and toe straps, ratchets and toes ramps. So now I get to put them together -- what crap!!!

2010/2011 Rome Targa Snowboard Binding

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Powerful response for the steeps and forgiving flex for the treats are hard things to find in the same snowboard binding. The Rome Targa bindings have both of these and they are the pinnacle of adjustability— a dream come true.

5 5

Just get them and stop reading reviews!

These bindings are the SHIT! I bought them six years and Rome has replaced straps and hardware free of charge. Try getting that from UNION. I had to buy another pair because Forum, Burton and union just were not cutting it.

Are they going to work with Burton Clash...

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Are they going to work with Burton Clash whole pattern? Thanks.

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Rome does have a Burton 3D compatible disc, but you'll need to contact them directly to get it- these aren't included with these bindings.

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The Burton Clash does not have the ICS Channel system, so these bindings will be compatible with it. The disc it comes with will work with the Clash. You don't need a special disc for the 3 hole pattern.

what weight at Targa (how heavy) (size...

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what weight at Targa (how heavy) (size L/XL)?

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Rome told me they are 2lbs each

390 bosses 1,9 each