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Rome 390 Snowboard Bindings 2016

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Type: All Mountain, Freestyle
Entry Method: Conventional Strap
Highback: Asymmetrical, 390 asym highback
Ankle Strap: 3D Profile, Contour ankle strap:
Toe Strap: Toe Cap
Baseplate: Hybrid, V-rod baseplate
Baseplate Padding: Fullbed, Subbase v-pad
Ratchet Type: Metal
Flex: Medium, 5
Compatibility: 4x4
Recommended Use: Intermediate, Advanced
Baseplate Warranty: 1 Year
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Rome 390 Snowboard Bindings

The Rome 390 Snowboard Bindings are a true workhorse in every sense! These highly customizable bindings have been specifically created for the rider who never holds back and needs a reliable binding setup that can keep up with the action. A narrow baseplate on this binding allows your board to flex naturally and increases your mobility, while the lightweight, mildly flexible 390 Asym Highback also accommodates your ability to tweak your board beyond belief. To help balance out the flexibility of these bindings, Rome has included a SubBase-V Pad to minimize vibration, and a ConFormist 2 Toe Strap for custom strap placement. Step up your game with the Rome 390 Snowboard Bindings!

Key Features of the Rome 390 Snowboard Bindings:
  • Flexible for freedom and flow
  • Solid support for heel-to-toe power
  • Deep slashes with heavy leverage and perfect rail balance
  • Narrow baseplate footprint that limits binding interference for natural board feel
  • Contour ankle strap: plush feel for maximum comfort on long days with a dog-bone shape for flexible tweakage
  • OpenForm toe strap: grabs the bottom and top of the boot for maximum hold with minimal pressure, open coverage and light weight
  • Autostrap: keep your straps out of your foot bed in an easily accessible position that bounces contour ankle strap
  • V-rod baseplate
  • Underwrap.2 heel hoop
  • 390 Asym highback
  • SubBase V-Pad
  • Rome customization foundation
  • Rome QuickTech Foundation back to strap down quickly and efficiently


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Great product. Great feel. Outstanding durability.
Michael P on Dec 19, 2013
my 21 yeor old son picked them out
Valerie F on Dec 9, 2013
Recommendation by representative.
Troy V on Dec 12, 2013
always had great quality from Rome SDS
Trever D on Dec 4, 2013
How much do these weigh? Are they comparable to the union contact?
A shopper on Apr 18, 2014
Best Answer: I can tell you they are a little on the heavy side compared to my ride Deltas but they are super comfortable and the slight difference in weight was worth a smoother ride. I'd recommend them
Reply · Report · Penny M on Apr 22, 2014
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I have a son that is 6'3 and 145 lbs. Are these a good binding for his K2 Parkstar Wide Snowboard 157?
Troy V on Dec 12, 2013
Best Answer: I m not a big park rider
But for Going steep
There a good pic lots of adjustments
One of the best binding I've had
And I've had many
Very comfortable
But I'm 5,7 155 lb
I ride a 153
Good luck
Have a great season
Reply · Report · kirk s on Dec 12, 2013
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I'm an intermediate rider looking to get into more park and freesyle riding. I'm 6' 3" and wear a 12 boot so finding a supporting binding has always been a bit tough. Do you think I should go for the Burton Cobrashark Snowboard Bindings 2013 or Rome 390?
A shopper on Nov 30, 2013
Best Answer: If you're looking for a really supportive binding you might want to check out the Burton Cartel . I'm 6'4" and 210 lbs. and the Cartels are my binding of choice.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 4, 2013
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What size of bindings should i choose, if i have 9,5 US boots size?
Alexey I on Nov 11, 2013
Best Answer: A 9.5 Boot Size would require a L/XL binding size.
Reply · Report · David F on Nov 30, 2013
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Is there anyway to make these fit the 3D pattern on the burton blunt?
A shopper on Sep 25, 2013
Best Answer: No these bindings will only fit a 4x4 pattern and not the Burton 3D
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Oct 15, 2013
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