Rome Strut Woman's snowboard binding white 13/14

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Rome Strut 2014

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Regular Price: £150.00

Special Price £90.00

Rome Strut Women's Binding - look at it, it's a thing of beauty 

TAKE ON THE PARK AND LAY BACK IN POW. The Rome Strut is the women's equivalent to the the Rome's 390. Using Rome's metal UnderWrap technology for maximum heel-to-toe power transfer and a women-specific highback for anatomically correct response and comfort. The strut is also , armed with the AutoStrap system this keeps the baseplate clear and ready at all times. But more than all this Tech they have cat's in glasses printed on the high backs, what more do you want!

TECH CHECK

NEW UNDERWRAP HEEL HOOP W/ CHANNEL ADJUST

The heel hoop design that adds leverage over your edges without diminishing side-to-side flex. The aluminum frame wraps under the baseplate, where it pulls up for heelside power and channels energy for toeside precision. The u-shape of the heel hoop lets it twist so you can feel the terrain and tweak a classic method.

CONTOUR ANKLE STRAP

Anatomically shaped to the ankle area of your foot, the Contour Ankle strap unifies a medium flex profile with a massive comfort profile. From tweaks to power transfers, this strap delivers the best of both worlds.

CONFORMIST TOE STRAP

Though we’ve introduced new evolutions, the ConFormist Toe Strap is still one of the best in snowboarding. EVA form-fits around the toe of any boot in the market. Or you can run them over the top of the boot if that’s your style.

AUTOSTRAP

A Rome-only idea—using an elastic band to hold the ankle straps out of the footbed until you are off the chair and ready to strap in. Simple and efficient.

Tech Spec

Brand Rome
Flex Medium

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