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Rome Arsenal Snowboard Bindings


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Description: Rome Arsenal Snowboard Bindings

Yeah, sure Rome has all-mountain boards, well how about all-mountain bindings? They certainly do. The Arsenal binding is meant to be used and abused through any terrain. This binding has a fair amount of support in the ankle for deep pow turns, with a moderate amount of flex in the sides to tweak those grabs. These bindings are rated "Super Poppy" on Rome''s Flex/Feel meter. You will be popping, tweaking, stomping, slashing, and dashing with these all-terrain bindings. The name says it all. The Arsenal is the all-in-one weapon of choice for riders of varying conditions and terrain.

Key Features of the Rome Arsenal Snowboard Bindings:
  • Take this binding through any terrain
  • Directs toe-to-heel power with underwrap tech
  • Light weight with heavy duty durability
  • Moderate flex with pure, powerful leverage
  • Underwrap heel hoop: iconic sds binding design that lets you transfer pure power from heel to toe and still flex with the board from side to side.
  • Progressive flex ankle strap: lean in toe side and feel ultimate cush in the mid-level flex zone
  • Conformist toe strap: the classic design for over-the-top and over-the-toe coverage that conforms to all boots in the market
  • Arsenal highback
  • Sf baseplate
  • Subbase pad
  • Rome customization foundation
  • Rome quicktech foundation


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