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Rome Mob Boss Snowboard Bindings

Rome Mob Boss Snowboard Bindings
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Description: Rome Mob Boss Snowboard Bindings

Messin'' with the Mob. Good thing this Mob Boss is a little more forgiving featuring a mild buttery flex with an equal amount of pop and lightweight design to give you a relaxed, freestyle feel for all-mountain riding. Rome has given these bindings the V-Rod UniBody baseplate that allows for optimal board flex while keeping those edges responsive. The Mob Highback is extremely lightweight with a mid-level flex to support various styles of riding. You''re not alone if you like to destroy groomed runs, assassinate pillows of powder, and carry out hits in the park with one set of bindings. Join the Mob.

Key Features of the Rome Mob Boss Snowboard Bindings:
  • Lightweight frame with flex-friendly profile
  • Moves with the board in presses and on rails
  • Slays the street and is often spotted everyday in the park
  • Customization from the highbacks to the straps
  • Cant in the back: customization for control and comfort by adjusting the highback angle to match the natural curvature of your stance
  • Mob ankle strap: light, simple, and built for a tweaky style
  • Open hole allows it to flex and conform to your boot with minimal pressure points.
  • Openform toe strap: grabs the bottom and top of the boot for maximum hold with minimal pressure, open coverage and light weight
  • V-rod unibody
  • Subbase v-pad
  • Mob highback
  • Rome customization foundation
  • Rome quicktech foundation

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I've heard good things about the canted baseplates and i like the colors so all in all just looking for something new and i haven't heard one bad thing about rome yet, and ill be putting these on my new reverb rocker
Ryan D on Nov 21, 2013
never tried rome bindings, figured try something new. look cool
TJ A on Nov 10, 2013
Seemed like good bindings for my riding style
Penny D on Nov 11, 2013
looks sick
Austin F on Oct 31, 2013
will these bindings match the 2013 artifact rocker 153?
Sean M on Nov 11, 2013
Best Answer: Ah, depends on what you consider "matching" haha. by the looks of the artifact rocker it is a somewhat sporadic design with bright colours. the mob boss has two main colours, green and black which would complement the board, but no two pieces (comparing the left and right binding) are the same colour. Its hard to explain but it is as if Rome made one black binding and one green binding, and interchanged every part they could. So, the right toestrap is green, the left toestrap is black, right toeplate is black, left toeplate is green, etc. I think they looks sick, but if you would rather a "cleaner" matching scheme i would suggest getting the all black version.
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