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Rome S90 Snowboard Bindings

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Specs

Type:
  • All Mountain
  • Freestyle
Entry Method:
  • Conventional Strap
Highback:
  • High Back
Ankle Strap:
  • 3D Profile
  • Contour Ankle Strap
Toe Strap: Combo
Baseplate:
  • Hybrid
  • Traditional Hybrid Baseplate
Baseplate Padding:
  • Fullbed
  • SubBase Pad
Ratchet Type:
  • Metal
Flex:
  • Soft/Medium
Compatibility:
  • 4x4
Recommended Use:
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
Baseplate Warranty: 1 Year
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Rome S90 Snowboard Bindings

The Rome S90 snowboard bindings for men offer a snug, secure, locking fit for added comfort and performance. Their hybrid baseplate is a blend of flex and support, and the low profile contour ankle strap holds you down without getting in your way. The highback offers stability and responsiveness, and the subbase pad dampens shock to ensure all day riding comfort. Adjustable toe and heel ramps ensure a customized fit. Stay locked in and ride all day with the Rome S90 snowboard bindings.

Key Features of the Rome S90 Snowboard Bindings:
  • New Highback: Ample coring for lightness and flexibility
  • Traditional Hybrid Baseplate
  • Contour Ankle Strap: The 3D shape and cold-resistant gel ensure a bio-correct fit with your ankle. Low-profile for greater freedom.
  • ConFormist.1 Toe Strap: Super conforming EVA for the best-fitting, lowest profile toe strap in snowboarding,
  • UnderWrap Heel Hoop: A ton of leverage over both edges with side-to-side freedom; the most powerful of the UnderWrap designs
  • SubBase Pad: Takes the edge off hard landings and reduces vibration
  • Adjustable Toe and Heel Ramp: Customized fit to the length and shape of your boot
  • QuickStrap.2 Technology: Tool-free strap length adjustment. Screw screws.
  • QuickLock Forward Lean: Tool-free forward lean adjustment
  • 9Times Ankle Strap Positioning: You decide how much ankle support you want
  • Highback Rotation: 0degrees to 12degrees of rotation places power where you like it

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  • "Great bindings"

    , Richmond, BC
    Pros: 3rd best bindings, Price great, You can actually move with it Cons:

    I loved it because it was so good and its price was great too when combined with the board .... I tried them from a friend.

  • "Great bindings"

    , Richmond, BC
    Pros: 3rd best bindings, Price great, You can actually move with it Cons:

    I loved it because it was so good and its price was great too when combined with the board .... I tried them from a friend

  • "lossing will not be the case."

    , AL
    Pros: solid, easy to take off, Cons: too fansy,

    I got this binding as a gift which I the one I love the most. For the reason of the binding is easy to lock just like the 3xx$ burton binding. Even in the very cold weather the plastic will not turn hard and it will not easy to break even I step on it many time. I'm not sure about the warranty but I don't think I need to bother with them because this thing will not break easily.

  • "lossing will not be the case."

    , AL
    Pros: solid, easy to take off, Cons: too fansy,

    I got this binding as a gift which I the one using it love the most. For the reason of the binding is easy to lock just like the 3xx$ burton binding. Even in the very cold weather the plastic will not turn hard and it will not easy to break even I step on it many time. I'm not sure about the warranty but I dont think I need to bother with them because this thing will not break easily.

  • "Awesome Bindings!"

    , Gold Coast, QLD
    Pros: Comfortable, Light, Cons: Ratchet,

    These Bindings were great, I used them all season, the only problem one of the ratchets broke on the second day which I had to replace but it must have been a faulty one cos after that these binding were sweet.

  • "Awesome Bindings!"

    , Gold Coast, QLD
    Pros: Comfortable, Light, Cons: Ratchet,

    These Bindings were great, I used them all season. The only problem was that one of the ratchets broke on the second day which I had to replace, but it must have been a faulty one cos after that these binding were sweet.

  • "s90"

    , New York, NY
    Pros: price, durable, style Cons:

    These are decent for park days and mellow groomers. I found them to be on the softer side and not as responsive as I would like. The straps are nice and comfy and the toe strap is actually really nice. A great price for an ok binding.

  • "Awesome Bindings just the Strap is weak"

    , BROOKLYN, NY
    Pros: Great Price, Easy to use, good feel to it Cons: Heavy, straps are very loose,

    Hi everyone, I bought these last season and used it on my Gnu Carbon Credit.I am 5 '10 and 165 lbs the board is 155 my boots were size 9.5 and I bought a large binding so that could of been the problem. The bindings were great and I liked the feel of them, but the ankle strap would contstantly get undone with just the littlest tap or touch to the release latch. I would def suggest buying these and maybe I just got a pair with a messed up lever or latch. Comfortable binding for your all mountain slayer but for park I wouldn't ride these and I would stick to some cartels. These bindings are just too heavy.

  • "Awesome Bindings just the Strap is weak"

    , BROOKLYN, NY
    Pros: Great Price, Easy to use, good feel to it Cons: Heavy, straps are very loose,

    Hi everyone, I bought these last season and used it on my Gnu Carbon Credit. I am 5 '10 and 165 lbs the board is 155 my boots were size 9.5 and I bought a large binding so that could of been the problem. The bindings were great and I liked the feel of them, but the ankle strap would contstantly get undone with just the littlest tap or touch to the release latch. I would definitely suggest buying these and maybe I just got a pair with a messed up lever or latch. Comfortable binding for your all mountain slayer but for park I wouldn't ride these and I would stick to some cartels. These bindings are just too heavy.

  • "Great binding and sooo cheap"

    , Malvern, Vic
    Pros: Comfy, Good looks, Cheap!! Cons:

    Before riding with these bindings I had Burton customs and these are so much better. Everything about them has made me realize how unhappy I was with the customs. They're super comfy with a nice cushion underfoot and the straps are good. I had issues with my toe straps on the customs and the s90's have not had any problems. When you buy these with the Sierra boards there is no better deal on this entire site. They're so cheap and are high quality bindings.

  • "Great binding and sooo cheap"

    , Malvern, Vic
    Pros: Comfy, Good looks, Cheap!! Cons:

    Before riding with these bindings I had Burton customs and these are so much better. Everything about them has made me realise how unhappy I was with the customs. They're super comfy with a nice cushion underfoot and the straps are good. I had issues with my toe straps on the customs and the s90's have not had any problems. When you buy these with the Sierra boards there is no better deal on this entire site. They're so cheap and are high quality bindings.

  • "Looks GReat"

    , NORTH BRUNSWICK, NJ
    Pros: Nice design, Cons: Paint already peeling,

    JUST got the binding. Got the feel of it with my boots. The instructions aren't good at all, but I watched some videos on youtube to help me out. What I do like is the numerous options it gives you to set your bindings, especially for those well aware of their preference. I, on the other hand, don't know whats best. I gotta play around with different settings but I'm definitely excited to use'em.

  • "Looks GReat"

    , NORTH BRUNSWICK, NJ
    Pros: Nice design, Cons: Paint already peeling,

    JUST got the binding. Got the feel of it with my boots. The instructions arent good at all, but I watched some vids on youtube to help me out. What I do like is the numerous options it gives you to set your bindings, especially for those well aware of their preference. I, on the other hand, dont know whats best. I gotta play around with different settings but im definitely excited to use em

  • "Great quality buy!"

    , Bankstown, NSW
    Pros: Good price combined with a Sierra Board, Sturdy, Great design Cons:

    Most people will be looking to purchase this with the promotion combo, and they would be looking in the right place! It's hard to beat such good quality bindings at below $100, when there are more expensive and inferior quality ones out there! I'm an intermediate boarder and tried these over a week in New Zealand recently. Not a single problem encountered! Footprint was adjustable too. Highly recommended

  • "Great quality buy!"

    , Bankstown, NSW
    Pros: Good price combined with a Sierra Board, Sturdy, Great design Cons:

    Most people will be looking to purchase this with the promotion combo, and they would be looking in the right place! It's hard to beat such good quality bindings at below $100, when there are more expensive and inferior quality ones out there! I'm an intermediate boarder and tried these over a week in New Zealand recently. Not a single problem encountered! Footprint was adjustable too. Highly recommended.

  • "Great Gear"

    , Coburg, Vic
    Pros: great clip and release, heaps of adjustment, light Cons: release button can get caught by accident,

    This Binding is great. Light, firm and heaps of adjustment. quality metal clips and good fit and finish.

  • "Great Gear"

    , Coburg, Vic
    Pros: great clip and release, heaps of adjustment, light Cons: release button can get caught by accident,

    This Binding is great. Light, firm and heaps of adjustment. Quality metal clips and a good fit and finish.

  • "Good bindings"

    , Oakden, SA
    Pros: comfortable, Cons: ratchets eat teeth on straps,

    I've spent 3 weeks riding on these bindings in NZ, and I only found two things wrong with them. Firstly, the ratchets started eating away at the straps pretty quickly but that's not too bad I guess. Secondly, the forward lean mechanism would quickly come loose unless it was extremely tightened, after that though it was okay. Other than those two problems about them everything else was perfect, great flex, comfortable, snow wouldn't sit in the binding, never came loose. Overall despite the two problems they are a great pair of bindings and I would recommend them to anyone.

  • "Good bindings"

    , Oakden, SA
    Pros: comfortable, Cons: ratchets eat teeth on straps,

    I've spent 3 weeks riding on these bindings in NZ, and I only found two things wrong with them. Firstly, the ratchets started eating away at the straps pretty quickly but thats not too bad I guess. Secondly, the forward lean mechanism would quickly come loose unless it was extremely tightened, after that though it was okay. Other than those two problems, everything else was perfect, great flex, comfortable, snow wouldn't sit in the binding, never came loose. Overall despite the two problems they are a great pair of bindings and I would recommend them to anyone.

  • "Great Deal!-"

    , San Angelo, TX
    Pros: Reliable, Look great, Great fit Cons: Paint started to chip,

    So, I wanted to wait until the end of the season to write my reviews. I rode an entire season on these, and they were great!!! I got them for only $80, since I also ordered a sierra board. Which was amazing because the green S90s match the sierra stunt so well! At the beginning of the season setting them up was a sinch. Sometimes bindings are a pain in the butt to get to fit, but these were simple! They were so reliable! I had no problems with them the entire season. Also the padding around the straps scared me at first I didn't think they would hold up for very long. I was wrong the padding made the bindings so comfortable! The only con I can think of is that near the end of the season the paint started to chip. Since I rode so much this year that didn't really bother me. Overall - very good bindings at a great price!

  • "Great Deal!-"

    , San Angelo, TX
    Pros: Reliable, Look great, Great fit Cons: Paint started to chip,

    So, I wanted to wait until the end of the season to write my reviews. I rode an entire season on these, and they were great!!! I got them for only $80, since I also ordered a sierra board. Which was amazing because the green S90s match the sierra stunt so well! At the begining of the season setting them up was a cinch. Sometimes bindings are a pain in the butt to get to fit, but these were simple! They were so reliable! I had no problems with them the entire season. Also the padding around the straps scared me at first I didn't think they would hold up for very long. I was wrong the padding mad the bindings so comfortable! The only con I can think of is that near the end of the season the paint started to chip. Since I rode so much this year that didn't really bother me. Overall - very good bindings at a great price!

  • "Awesome Bindings"

    , AL
    Pros: Durable, Sharp-looking, Great Customer service from Rome Cons:

    My best friend rides these bindings on his K2 WWW and he is in love with them. I've ridden them a few times and they are quite flexy and allow you to give good tweaks while still feeling secure. The high-backs of his bindings had the painting chipping because he got some defective paint and he called rome and they sent him new hi-backs no questions asked. The customer service for Rome is unbelievable and you can't go wrong buying any of their products. Big ups to the Rome P90's.

  • "Awesome Bindings"

    , AL
    Pros: Durable, Sharp-looking, Great Customer service from Rome Cons:

    My best friend rides these bindings on his K2 WWW and He is in love with them. I've ridden them a few times and they are quite flexy and allow you to give good tweaks while still feeling secure. The high-backs of his bindings had the painting chipping because he got some defective paint and he called rome and they sent him new hi-backs no questions asked. The customer service for Rome is unbelievable and you can't go wrong buying any of their products. Big ups to the Rome P90's

  • "Value for Money"

    , Pasadena, SA
    Pros: Easy Adjust, Price, Cons:

    These are in my (and many other people i've talked to) top 3 bindings choice, tho they are by far the cheapest!! They are solid but still provide a bit of flex for a comfortable ride.

  • "Solid bindings at a good price!"

    , Port Melbourne, Vic
    Pros: easy to fit/adjust, Cons: highback adjustment seems to reset itself,

    Picked up a set of these with the Sierra Crew 158 as a package. The bindings performed solidly and were great across the mountain. My only criticism would be that the highback adjustment (I think it's called), seems to push itself back up to the top setting after a half day of riding around. That, or I'm managing to smash them in such a way that its occurring, although I don't ride agressive so I doubt it... Can recommend these to other beginners though; a great deal with the Sierra board package at the moment...

  • "Solid bindings at a good price!"

    , Port Melbourne, Vic
    Pros: easy to fit/adjust, Cons: highback adjustment seems to reset itself,

    Picked up a set of these with the Sierra Crew 158 as a package. The bindings performed solidly and were great across the mountain. My only criticism would be that the highback adjustment (I think its called), seems to push itself back up to the top setting after a half day of riding around. That, or I'm managing to smash them in such a way that its occurring, although I don't ride agressive so I doubt it... Can recommend these to other beginners though; a great deal with the Sierra board package at the moment...

  • "Perfect (in my opinion) for park"

    , Bismarck, ND
    Pros: Pretty good response, Virtually indestructible, firm hold Cons:

    With my whole set-up, I think that these bindings are good for any kind of riding. I transferred them from my mountain board this year to my park board. I hope you can find the same results.

  • "Good Bindings"

    , Markham, ON
    Pros: smooth rachets, strap stays out of the way, Cons: heavy,

    Rode these bindings with the Sierra Stunt. I would say its pretty good, really smooth release and entries for the rachets. Really good built quality. The only Complain I have is that it's on the heavy side.

  • "Good Bindings"

    , Markham, ON
    Pros: smooth rachets, strap stays out of the way, Cons: heavy,

    Rode these bindings with the Sierra Stunt. I would say its pretty good, really smooth release and entries for the rachets. Really good built quality. The only complaint I have is that its on the heavy side.

  • "Great feel/adjustability"

    , Walnut Creek, CA
    Pros: Adjustability, Style, Cons: Set up,

    I have two paris of these in both colors (bought one/won one) and I have to say as far as the look they are really stylish in either color option. I wear a 9 boot size and the s/m size fit fine and the strap padding is really great. I really like the high back rotation ability these give you and the toe strap which allows you to go over the toe or foot. The only knock I would say about these is that adjusting the highback can take awhile the way you have to screw in each side in different locations and also while doing this you can tell the bindings feel like they may break easily but after riding them 5 times I haven't had any problems.

  • "Great feel/adjustability"

    , Walnut Creek, CA
    Pros: Adjustability, Style, Cons: Set up,

    I have two pairs of these in both colors (bought one/won one) and I have to say as far as the look they are really stylish in either color option. I wear a 9 boot size and the s/m size fit fine and the strap padding is really great. I really like the high back rotation ability these give you and the toe strap which allows you to go over the toe or foot. The only knock I would say about these is that adjusting the highback can take awhile the way you have to screw in each side in different locations and also while doing this you can tell the bindings feel like they may break easily but after riding them 5 times I haven't had any problems.

  • "Great bindings!"

    , Crofton, MD
    Pros: Price, Comfort, Lots of configuration options Cons: Forward lean mechanism doesn't hold very well,

    Purchased these with the Sierra Stunt. Took some time to get them adjusted to my Burton Invader boots, but once I did, I didn't have to do anything else. These are really comfy bindings! The padded top strap really makes a difference. Release mechanism works really good as well. Strap bindings really turned me off back in the day (I've only rocked Flows since) and these S90's have brought me back around. The only issue I have with them is the forward lean mechanism keeps coming undone. Haven't looked too far into why, but I see that I'm not the only one with this issue. Really not noticing much of a difference without it anyway, so I'm not too worried.

  • "Great bindings!"

    , Crofton, MD
    Pros: Price, Comfort, Lots of configuration options Cons: Forward lean mechanism doesn't hold very well,

    Purchased these with the Sierra Stunt. Took some time to get them adjusted to my Burton Invader boots, but once I did, I didn't have to do anything else. These are really comfy bindings! The padded top strap really makes a difference. Release mechanism works really good as well. Strap bindings really turned me off back in the day (I've only rocked Flows since) and these S90's have brought me back around. The only issue I have with them is the forward lean mechanism keeps coming undone. Haven't looked to far into why, but I see that I'm not the only one with this issue. Really not noticing much of a difference without it anyway, so I'm not too worried.

  • "Splendid! Absolutely Fantastico Terrifico!"

    , JERSEY CITY, NJ
    Pros: Comfy Pad, Cons: Nothing,

    Binding colorway is so nice. Sick colors. Padding on top strap is so comfy to my boot. So easy to take off. Just one little tiny flick of the finger will take it off. It's very sweet. Love these bindings. TEEHEE :)

  • "Good Bindings"

    , AL
    Pros: Simple, Strong, Good Fit Cons: Very plastic, Seem breakable,

    This is a great binding for its price. I went for a Burton freestyle to this. To be honest I liked the freestyle more, but this works really well too. Overall it is a good binding that will work for anybody beginner through intermediate, but an expert may want to step it up.

  • "Good Bindings"

    , AL
    Pros: Simple, Strong, Good Fit Cons: Very plastic, Seem breakable,

    This is a great binding for its price. I went from a Burton freestyle to this. To be honest I liked the freestyle more, but this works really well too. Overall it is a good binding that will work for anybody beginner through intermediate, but an expert may want to step it up.

  • "Sweet Bindings"

    , CROMWELL, CT
    Pros: Good Looks, Awesome Ankle Strap, Solid Cons: Toe Strap,

    I got the small size and I think I needed the Larger size. My boots are 2011 32 Lashed size 8.5. I figured since I'm below size 9 I should be ok with the smaller binding, but I guess the extra width of the 32 boots requires the larger size. The boots fit in but just barely, the widest part of the outsole is squeezed against the bindings on both sides, but I can get in and out just fine. I also had a problem with the toe strap. No matter how I put it, over the top or toe cap style, I would get pinching on my small toe. but this could also be due to the small binding size. I was too excited to ride on them but I probably should have exchanged for the larger size. I ended up putting on the toe straps from my old salomon bindings ( I like the fast fit feature). Besides those issues I love how the bindings look and perform, they have a very solid feeling while riding and there is a ton of adjustability built into them. Its nice that the ankle straps can spin all the way around if you need to move them out of the way, and the ratchets have a smooth action and are easy to operate.

  • "Great!!"

    ,
    Pros: Great Responsibility, Good fit, Cons:

    Tryed it out last week and I just love'em..! So good for almost everything.

  • "Sweet Bindings"

    , CROMWELL, CT
    Pros: Good Looks, Awesome Ankle Strap, Solid Cons: Toe Strap,

    I got the small size and I think I needed the Larger size. My boots are 2011 32 Lashed size 8.5. I figured since I'm below size 9 I should be ok with the smaller binding, but I guess the extra width of the 32 boots requires the larger size. The boots fit in but just barely, the widest part of the outsole is squeezed against the bindings on both sides, but I can get in and out just fine. I also had a problem with the toe strap. No matter how I put it, over the top or toe cap style, I would get pinching on my small toe. but this could also be due to the small binding size. I was too excited to ride on them but I probably should have exchanged for the larger size. I ended up putting on the toe straps from my old salomon bindings ( I like the fast fit feature). Besides those issues I love how the bindings look and perform, they have a very solid feeling while riding and there is a ton of adjustability built into them. It's nice that the ankle straps can spin all the way around if you need to move them out of the way, and the ratchets have a smooth action and are easy to operate.

  • "Great!!"

    ,
    Pros: Great Responsibility, Good fit, Cons:

    Tried it out last week and I just love em..! So good for almost everything.

  • "After minor adjustment good bindings"

    , SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA
    Pros: Highly adjustable, looks great on the Sierra Crew, easy to unstrap at the end of a run Cons:

    Got these bindings with the Sierra Crew I've used them three days and they are good. The first day I was a little worried when the high-back adjustment kept popping off and changing the settings I had but after tightening the hex head it held up well and was still adjustable. Just make sure you have the high-back adjustment screw tightened and you should be good to go but still able to adjust on the mountain.

  • "After minor adjustment good bindings"

    , SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA
    Pros: Highly adjustable, looks great on the Sierra Crew, easy to unstrap at the end of a run Cons:

    Got these bindings with the Sierra Crew. I've used them three days and they are good. The first day I was a little worried when the high-back adjustment kept popping off and changing the settings I had but after tightening the hex head it held up well and was still adjustable. Just make sure you have the high-back adjustment screw tightened and you should be good to go but still able to adjust on the mountain.

  • "Binding i've been looking for"

    , SAN JOSE, CA
    Pros: light and more control, soft flex , Cons:

    I owned K2 CTX binding for 3 years and tried this Rome S90 with my SIMS Protocol and can feel the difference. K2 CTX is just heavy binding compared to light, control, mobility and forgiving binding.

  • "Binding i've been looking for"

    , SAN JOSE, CA
    Pros: light and more control, soft flex , Cons:

    I owned K2 CTX binding for 3 years and tried this Rome S90 with my SIMS Protocol and can feel the difference. K2 CTX is just heavy binding compare to light, control, mobility and forgiving binding.

  • "not bad"

    , SAN MATEO, CA
    Pros: look cool, metal sides, toe strap Cons: pinch my foot,

    I got these a couple weeks ago, and just rode two days in Tahoe with them on my new Reverse Crew. Some people have compared them to the Burton Cartels, and they're similar, but definitely have a few key differences. The first thing I don't really like is that the straps pinch my boots on both the ankle and the outside of the toe box. I've tried moving them around and shifting them, but they still pinch a bit. It's definitely enough to be uncomfortable by the end of the day. The formy toe strap is pretty cool, since all my previous bindings have had toe caps, molded or not, and these stretch to fit over the toe as well. The ratchets are kind of different in that the release is a different piece of the buckle (I've only had Burton bindings), and I catch it with my hand when I'm trying to tighten them sometimes. Not really an issue, but a slight inconvenience. Flex feels pretty similar to my Cartels. Also, the piece that connects the highback to the base is made of metal (I'm guessing aluminum?) which is something I've never had before, and I've wanted some bindings with it for no readily apparent reason. They don't feel much different at all, though.

  • "not bad"

    , SAN MATEO, CA
    Pros: look cool, metal sides, toe strap Cons: pinch my foot,

    I got these a couple weeks ago, and just rode two days in Tahoe with them on my new Reverse Crew. Some people have compared them to the Burton Cartels, and they're similar, but definitely have a few key differences. The first thing I don't really like is that the straps pinch my boots on both the ankle and the outside of the toe box. I've tried moving them around and shifting them, but they still pinch a bit. It's definitely enough to be uncomfortable by the end of the day. The formy toe strap is pretty cool, since all my previous bindings have had toe caps, molded or not, and these stretch to fit over the toe as well. The ratchets are kind of different in that the release is a different piece of the buckle (I've only had Burton bindings), and I catch it with my hand when I'm trying to tighten them sometimes. Not really an issue, but a slight inconvenience. Flex feels pretty similar to my Cartels. Also, the piece that connects the highback to the base is made of metal (i'm guessing aluminum?) which is something I've never had before, and I've wanted some bindings with it for no readily apparent reason. They don't feel much different at all, though.

  • "Rome quality, Sierra's graphics."

    , denver, CO
    Pros: quite adjustable to fit many boot sizes, durable, a price you can't beat Cons: they will take some breaking it, limited colorways,

    Being an owner of the '07 Rome 390s I was very interested to try the new s90s. For the most part I felt like out of the box they looked like the same binding. Getting them setup correctly took a few shots and some frustration as the screws were pretty hard to get in and out. The first 5 or so runs on them felt different(from adjustments and breaking in) but after that things settled in and the binding felt great! The toe cap was a bit stiff but also breaks in to mold around the boot. Again the first 5 or 6 runs I had some mild ankle pain from the heel strap on my downhill leg but this went away after some minor adjusting. I rode these on a new park oriented board set at (-15 15)

  • "Rome quality, Sierra's graphics."

    , denver, CO
    Pros: quite adjustable to fit many boot sizes, durable, a price you can't beat Cons: they will take some breaking it, limited colorways,

    Being an owner of the '07 Rome 390s, I was very interested to try the new s90s. For the most part I felt like out of the box they looked like the same binding. Getting them setup correctly took a few shots and some frustration as the screws were pretty hard to get in and out. The first 5 or so runs on them felt different (from adjustments and breaking in) but after that things settled in and the bindings felt great! The toe cap was a bit stiff but also breaks in to mold around the boot. Again, during the first 5 or 6 runs I had some mild ankle pain from the heel strap on my downhill leg but this went away after some minor adjusting. I rode these on a new park oriented board set at (-15 15).

  • "nice bindings!!"

    , BROOKLYN, NY
    Pros: holds nice and tight, Cons: none,

    Pretty good bindings. Thought it was gonna snap from the way it looks but it proved me wrong.

  • "nice bindings!!"

    , BROOKLYN, NY
    Pros: holds nice and tight, Cons: none,

    Pretty good bindings. Thought they were gonna snap from the way they look but they proved me wrong.

  • "Great"

    , FARMINGTON, NY
    Pros: Very Soft, Cons:

    Great bindings for the new snowboarder who is learning to ride.

  • "Great"

    , FARMINGTON, NY
    Pros: Very Soft, Cons:

    Great binding for the new snowboarding learning to ride

  • "tanks"

    , ALIQUIPPA, PA
    Pros: built like a tank, stiff but not too stiff, super comfey straps Cons: none,

    Super amazing bindings, metal ratchets, metal frame, not too heavy, not too stiff but not too soft, and also at a great price. You can not go wrong with these.

  • "tanks"

    , ALIQUIPPA, PA
    Pros: built like a tank, stiff but not too stiff, super comfey straps Cons: none,

    Super amazing bingings, metal ratchets, metal frame, not too heavy, not too stiff but not too soft, and also at a great price, you can not go wrong with these.

  • "4.5 of 5"

    , Los Angeles, CA
    Pros: versatile, Cons:

    I got this with the sierra board combo. I rode 2 days with them in mammoth at the park and black diamond runs. These are my first impressions. They are very good bindings for their price. It is definitely versatile and sturdy for the most part. I give it a 4.5 out of 5 bags of popcorn because the straps don't seem like the best quality. I'm pretty sure they will last me a while but it seems a bit on the weaker side. I wear size 9.5 burton hail and the s/m fit perfectly. Any bigger should go with the l/xl size. I highly recommend these.

  • "4.5 of 5"

    , Los Angeles, CA
    Pros: versatile, Cons:

    I got this with the sierra board combo. I rode 2 days with them in mammoth at the park and black diamond runs. These are my first impressions. They are very good bindings for their price. It is defintely versatile and sturdy for the most part. I give it 4.5 out of 5 bags of popcorn because the straps dont seem like the best quality. I'm pretty sure they will last me a while but it seems a bit on the weaker side. I wear size 9.5 burton hail and the s/m fit perfectly. any bigger should go with the l/xl size. I highly recommend these.

  • "Last Binding youll ever need"

    , Belvidere, IL
    Pros: lots of tuning options for any rider, not as expensive, great look Cons: straps look kinda weak,

    I have these bindings on my stunt (which I love). I was wowed by they stunning look and the versitility of these bindings and how well they perform on the slopes. Definitely something you'd want to check out if you're looking for a inexpensive binding that performs well.

  • "Last Binding youll ever need"

    , Belvidere, IL
    Pros: lots of tuning options for any rider, not as expensive, great look Cons: straps look kinda weak,

    I have these bindings on my stunt(which I love). I was wowed by they stunning look and the versitility of these bindings and how well they perform on the slopes. Definitely something you'd want to check out if your looking for a inexpensive binding that performs well

  • "Good Deal"

    , Rocky Mount, NC
    Pros: Good for park, Cheap enough, Cons: Straps???,

    Decent bindings. Really good for park. Cheap enough. Therefore, the straps might be in need to be switched, but sure about that though. Overal good bindings.

  • "Good Deal"

    , Rocky Mount, NC
    Pros: Good for park, Cheap enough, Cons: Straps???,

    Decent bindings. Really good for park. Cheap enough. Therefore, the straps might be in need to be switched, but sure about that though. Overall good bindings.

  • "GREAT"

    , ITHACA, NY
    Pros: FUN, Holds Well, Cons: More colors would be better, Straps on side Looks weak,

    So I tried this with Sierra's board from my friend. I had really fun time jibbing and playing in the park. It holds the boots well and good price. I would go with this instead of rome Arsenal for cheaper price. It almost felt like Rome 390. However, the straps on sides..looks so weak.. it might not be but.. just worried that it might broke..

  • "GREAT"

    , ITHACA, NY
    Pros: FUN, Holds Well, Cons: More colors would be better, Straps on side Looks weak,

    So I tried this with Sierra's board from my friend. I had really fun time jibbing and playing in the park. It holds the boots well and good price. I would go with this instead of rome Arsenal for cheaper price. It almost felt like Rome 390. However, the straps on sides..looks so weak.. it might not be but.. just worried that it might break..

  • "super good"

    , owosso, MI
    Pros: doesn't move out of place, slick/light, durably Cons: paint chips, strap head is broke on toe,

    I've used these binding for about 10 times on the mountain, I love them, but, they were made cheap. They're super durable but the only thing is, is that the paint on the binding is coming off and the front toe strap works sometime but also doesn't work. I think that those parts were made cheap. Other then all the bad stuff, I love the bindings they're super good. I would recommend using the binding for park mainly but if you use them for all-mountain they're really good. Since I've been using them in the park (with my sierra stunt) I haven't notice any bad reason not to buy the S90. For jibbing/rails they are well made that you have no reason to be scared of them braking. For Jumps (I've only hit 20ft-50ft jump and let me tell you, if you happen to knuckle out if alright with the shock/grip pad you can recover quickly).

  • "Great Bindings"

    , Helensvale, AAT
    Pros: Reliable , comfortable , Great design Cons: chipping paint ,

    Great bindings, I used these for a trip over to Japan and I found I was the only rider in my group that didn't run into any binding problems throughout the whole trip. Heaps of padding on the straps to make comfortable riding, only con was the slow chip of paint after heavy riding.

  • "...WOW"

    , Flushing, NY
    Pros: Very comfortable., Great strapping system., Cons:

    I didn't get a chance to use these yet but after installing them on the board there's not much to say but wow. These are serious bindings and if you know your gear you know anything Rome makes is serious. The straps are super padded showing promise of comfort and great support. They have great flex and stability. Thats just based on me standing in them on the board and moving around but like I said if you know your gear you know Rome is legit.

  • "Great first bindings"

    , NASHUA, NH
    Pros: Good build quality, Cons:

    I got these as my first bindings packaged with a Sierra reverse crew last season. Had no problem installing them myself. I was surprised at how solid the build quality is for being packaged at a large discount. Metal ratchets are nice, but the ratchet design has room for improvement. Overall, good bindings.

  • "Good bindings, no complaints."

    , Golden, CO
    Pros: Colors look sweet, Holds well, Locks in tight Cons: none,

    I bought these bindings together with the Sierra RC board. I used to own a pair of Burton Mission bindings, and I still do like the toe straps better, but after a few rides, I got used to these bindings just fine. The straps looked cheap to some other reviewers, but they seemed fine to me, overall this binding is easy to adjust and worked great all day long.

  • "Flawless bindings"

    , LOMA LINDA, CA
    Pros: Great flex for the park, cheap, sturdy Cons:

    I bought these as a combo deal and I couldn't be happier with them after a week of intense riding. My FIRST impression was that the straps looked kind of weak but so far they have lived up to their expectation and more. The flex is soft and forgiving, providing great motility and stability for the park. A+ on these bindings for sure.

  • "Awesome bindings"

    , APOPKA, FL
    Pros: Easy to adjust straps, Very good cushioning, Cons: Need longer bolt then what come included to mount ,

    These bindings were made to take the abuse you would throw at it and look great while you are ripping it down the mountain. They are very sturdy but flexable enough to do what ever you want with them. You are able to adjust your straps on the go with out the need of a screwdriver and lets just say that you will feel like you are floating cause of the nice cushioning that was added. Overall awesome bindings.

  • "pretty nice bindings"

    , Clackamas, OR
    Pros: feels solid, looks fantastic, responsive Cons: paint comes off,

    I chose all mountain as the riding category because they are responsive yet flexible enough for the park. I like these bindings and I definitely do not regret the purchase, however there are a couple things I'd like to criticize them on. First, the high back doesn't seem to stay in place very well. Two out of two times using them, the highback started out leaning forward and ended up back in the straight up position. Second, they feel as if they're weighing me down, I also have a set up with burton freestyles and they feel way lighter and way more flexible. The freestyles will also only last about a third as long as the s90's though.

  • "Great Bindings & Cheap Price"

    , RANCHO CORDOVA, CA
    Pros: Total comfort, Good for all over the mountain, The price, great looks Cons: None,

    So I bought these along with the Sierra RC and the first thing I noticed after taking them out of the box is that they look like a effin sports car...sleek and mean but with the right amount of shine. I love the way you can adjust them on the fly w/o any tools. I switched boards the other day on the mountain w/ one of the girls I was riding w/ and could make the straps fit her boots within a couple minutes. The ankle strap is made to be soft enough to not need any breaking in...so it was totally comfortable from the start. The toe straps stay on and don't even budge due to the rubber material that it's made of. The cushioning under foot is great and soft for hard landings on packed snow. I've read that other people think the straps looked or felt weak, but I don't see anything wrong with them. I've been using Salomon bindings and thought those were great. Now I'm finding it hard to go back to the old ones on my other board. I would much rather take the time to switch bindings onto other boards than to use bindings that I think are lower quality.

  • "I like em, but they have flaws."

    , KANSAS CITY, MO
    Pros: Comfy footbed/base, Comfortable straps, Cons: Annoying ratchet, Peeling paint, Highback adjustment

    I have put about 6 days on these with a K2 parkstar. I am very confident and comfortable in them. Fairly flexy for park and responsive enough to bomb. I do have some gripes though. The highback adjustment on the back comes undone and slides up, allowing the highback to pivot further back than my boot will go. I had to cinch it tighter with an allen wrench to get it to stay, which makes it difficult to adjust later. The ratchets work well but if you pull the ratchet all the way back when tightening, it can get caught up on the release tab so it doesn't fold back down flat. Lastly I stepped on the highback getting in line for a lift and bent it severely sideways and heard a 'pop' - I thought I had broken it. Fortunately the highback seems to be functionally fine, a large portion of the paint/clearcoat had cracked and peeled away. So half of that highback is matte black while the rest is shiny. It has started peeling in other areas too, like the high flex area around the bolts where the highbacks connect. So all in all a great performing binding so far, with a few QC issues that can be fixed or are cosmetic. Definitely worth the $$ if you buy in the board package deal.

  • "I'd recommend to a friend! "

    , alexandria, VA
    Pros: Tight, Yet Soft, Easy to assemble, Cons: Instruction,

    This was my first time installing bindings. I'm usually pretty good with instructions. These were somehow confusing. But they were pretty simple to install without instructions. NO worries I'm used to building things. They took a direct shot from a out of control snowboarder and didn't break. However the top strap gets stuck a lot and I have to apply more pressure then the other three strap release. But I would buy again!

  • "Rome S90"

    , NEWARK, DE
    Pros: looks, response, Cons: sizing, heel cup adjustment,

    Picked these up on the deal with the stunt. I wasn't expecting much from them. They're more responsive than I was expecting, and I really like the aluminum base on Rome bindings. I had a bit of difficulty adjusting the heel cup and had difficulty fitting my boots into them, I ordered the S/M as I am a size 9 boot, and it just barely fits, and pretty much has eliminated the possibility of me getting into them while standing up. If my previous bindings weren't really showing their age (Burton Contours), I would probably stick with them, but for now, the Rome's are definitely usable. Probably upgrading to Burton Contours once I have the money.

  • "Ya buddy"

    , BRIGHAM CITY, UT
    Pros: Soft, Light, Tough Cons:

    I took these out on a crappy snow day and they performed admirably. They were easy to get out of and ratchet up. The ankle strap was butter. The toe strap way responsive. The pad between the board and the binding cut out a lot of chatter. I'd highly recommend.

  • "great bindings"

    , CONCORD, CA
    Pros: looks great, comfortable, easy to use Cons:

    These bindings are great! The color scheme matches my board (Sierra Stunt) and they are super comfortable. Easy to strap in without taking off gloves, don't have any complaints about these. Some people mentioned they look cheap, but they feel durable and I think they should last.

  • "S90"

    , sacramento, CA
    Pros: Versatile, Soft on landings, Cons: more colors,

    I got the package deal with the Sierra crew and very versatile. They are soft enough and forgiving when doing jumps and in addition, they look good doing it. Overall, they are great bindings and buying the package deal, these bindings should be considered a steal! Get some!

  • "First Bindings Purchase"

    , ALEXANDRIA, VA
    Pros: Easy to strap in, Simple installation/manual, Cons: Colors,

    First set of bindings I've purchased (along with the sierra crew board) after snowboarding once before. Installation was very easy, even for my first time putting together a board, thanks to the very informative instructions packaged with it. Was a little worried since my size 9 Burton Ruler boot was right between the two sizes of bindings (I went with the smaller size), but there was still ample strap length to get a nice secure attachement to the boot. The release latch worked nicely. It held up very well after 2 days of snowboarding without any problems.

  • "GREAT BINDINGS!"

    , QUEENS VILLAGE, NY
    Pros: LIGHT , RESPONSIVE, Cons:

    I just recently received these bindings and although they were my first pair ever, from a beginners standpoint they are great bindings. Not too stiff, very responsive when carving down the mountain and is very comfortable when you are strapped in. The only real negative I did notice is it's a little difficult to adjust the straps themselves for fitting purposes. It's easier to do it before you ride. Other than that, they are great!

  • "Good All Around Bindings"

    , HIGH POINT, NC
    Pros: Easy to adjust while at the mountain, Paint is very sleek at first, Rome's customer service will treat you right Cons: Paint chips easily and fast, Ratchet doesn't tighten enough ,

    I bought these bindings because they were a cheap park binding. They definitely were worth what I paid for them and more. The paint will begin to chip however email rome and they will fix the problem. These bindings have a good amount of flex and respond fairly well while carving. Be careful not to strip the rome hardware it is fairly weak and I would recommend buying new hardware. The structure of my binding has held up very well but the paint may wear quickly.

  • "Inexpensive but surpisingly good."

    , Edinburgh, oth
    Pros: Inexpensive, Very adjustable, Cons: Fairly tame colours, The number of screws required to correctly adjust,

    Okay, so the straps are adjustable on the fly which would make swapping boards for a quick test on the mountain no real trouble but to correctly set these up for boot size there are 4 screws to do the chassis and 2 for the high back. It's not that it's difficult to setup, just time consuming. These bindings are cheap but they perform well, my main criticism is that I prefer the Burton cap straps rather than the over the toe method but that really is personal preference. If you are looking for some inexpensive new kit, bundle these with a Sierra board and you are onto a winner.

  • "Can't go wrong with these!"

    , ACT
    Pros: Easily adjustable, responsive, Comfortable straps and footbed Cons: Paint chips after a while, limited colours,

    These bindings are perfect for an all mountain rider. They have a moderate flex, which is perfect for an intermediate rider who wants to shred the whole mountain. My feet never cramped or got sore, thanks to the generous padding on the straps, they are by far the most comfortable bindings I have ever used. Also, they are very reliable, the straps never come undone, and the bindings stays the way you adjusted it. My only complaint about these is the paint begins to chip off after a few months of riding, this is purely cosmetic, but still not ideal. Overall these are great value bindings for any intermediate rider, great packaged with a sierra board.

  • "Good binding"

    , Columbus, NE
    Pros: Nice option with toe strap-top or cup toe, Nice colors with Sierra Stunt, Cons: Release not quite as clean as my Custom Burton's,

    Got these to go on a Sierra Stunt. They work great. I really like that you can put the toe strap over the toe or cup the toe. Your choice. Good padding. Seem a little soft but after I adjusted the back support, that got stiffer. Would recommend these with the Sierra combo deals--Either the Stunt or Reverse Crew.

  • "A Good Match with Sierra Board"

    , Jacksonville, FL
    Pros: Slick design, Lots of adjustment to fine tune your fit, Cons: Weak straps,

    I got the S90s with my Reverse Crew package deal. I love the amount of adjustments I can make to fine tune the fit and feel I need out of my bindings. However, I had a heel strap break on me getting off the lift a few weeks ago. Granted, it was 5* outside, so the cold definitely had its way with the plastic. I'll be carrying an extra strap on me going forward in case that happens again. Great binding for the price.

  • "Quality for a Great Price"

    , WESTMINSTER, CA
    Pros: Light, Adjustable, Durable, Comfy, Cons:

    I bought these bindings as part of the combo package, paired with a sierra reverse crew. These bindings are simple to adjust and easy to strap in and out of. They are also durable and noticeably lightweight. I also ride cartels on my other board and feel these bindings are as good, if not better in some cases. Additionally, the colors are perfect (be prepared for compliments)when paired up with a sierra reverse, crew, or stunt.

  • "Great bang for the buck!"

    , MATHER, CA
    Pros: Secure, Comfortable, Cons: Fitment,

    I went from some K2's to the S90s. There are tons of adjustments that can be made. I really liked how the straps can be used for over the foot or over toe strapping. Riding these were very comfortable compared to my old bindings. The pad on the bottom really takes the impact away from your feet without dulling the feel of the snow.


Rome S90 Snowboard Bindings
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Dylan D: itz de culest idem on de marquette Aug 19, 2014
Alexander Z: Solid Reviews Feb 14, 2014
dawn s: This boot has not made me think that i should have not bought it. Jan 21, 2014
Tyler R: Great bindings for cheap, and matches the board that I got Jan 17, 2014
ben d: Best for the money in xl Jan 13, 2014
John B: Recommended as a very good binding by Chad. Sale price was good. Jan 6, 2014
Carmen D: matches the board Dec 27, 2013
Stuart B: Great price and product. Dec 17, 2013
Philip W: Got great reviews... plus the colors are sick! Dec 16, 2013
Lisa T: Also video and works with the board Dec 15, 2013
corye l: Awesome bindings for a good price Dec 13, 2013
Dustin S: The style of the binding cough my eye, plus they reviewed well. Dec 2, 2013
Dina M: colors match my nanner, nice flexy binding with that buttery smoothness through the park or pow Dec 1, 2013
kirk s: Good reviews Nov 28, 2013
Bradley K: great price and reviews Nov 10, 2013
Brandon B: Sold in comb package with Sabbath Boots. I didn't need boots, but wanted a spare set of binding. Boots being a plus.

Brandon
Oct 24, 2013
Pedro L: Those are sick and great price Oct 17, 2013
scott d: package deal Jul 31, 2013
Mathew H asked: What size should i go for in these bindings if my boot size is a 9? Probably a silly question it's just both bindings say they will fit just wondered if i should go s/m or l/xl.

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Jul 30, 2014
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Matt GStaff: Yo Mat,

That'a actually a really common question. The size S/M Rome S90 Snowboard Bindings will be best for you.
Jul 31, 2014
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