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Rome 390 Boss Snowboard Binding

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    Rule the shred roost.

    Year after year, the Rome 390 Boss Snowboard Binding is one of the most popular bindings on the market, drawing a cult-like following with its unmatched versatility and dialed-in fit. Once again, the 390 Boss is here to rule the entire mountain, delivering all-terrain support for ripping through open bowls, shredding tight chutes, and sending park kickers. One of the key features to its ride-anywhere, shred-anything prowess is the 390 Asym highback. This asymmetric highback is stiff enough for powerful heelside carves, yet still laterally flexible for tweaking grabs and pressing with precision.

    Giving the binding high levels of edge-to-edge response, the binding's V-Rod baseplate is a rockered, minimal contact baseplate that maximizes the true flex of your board, helping to reduce the "deadspot" underfoot. Its UnderWrap.2 Heel Hoop wraps underneath the binding's chassis for near-instantaneous response when you're carving steeps and launching off everything on the mountain. Additionally, this heel hoop has Channel Adjust for a perfectly dialed fit with your individual boot size.

    New for this year, the 390 Boss features a Contour Boss.2 ankle strap that's slimmed-down for a better fit, with temperature-resistant foam for enhanced longevity and response through the binding's life. As always, its ConformGrip toe strap is one of the best in the business, securely wrapping around your toe and sucking your heel into the binding for the utmost in comfort and response.

    • V-Rod baseplate
    • UnderWrap.2 Heel Hoop
    • EVA SubBase V-Pad
    • 390 Asymmetric highback
    • Full highback rotation with Channel Adjust (adjusts to boot size)
    • Yes, I Cant 2.5-degree canting (0-degree footbed also included)
    • Contour Boss.2 ankle strap
    • ConformGrip toe strap
    • Tool-less strap adjustment
    • Item #ROM005Z

    Tech Specs

    Highback
    390 Asym
    Baseplate
    V-Rod
    Baseplate Padding
    EVA SubBase V-Pad
    Ankle Strap
    Contour Boss.2
    Toe Strap
    ConformGrip
    Flex
    medium (6 of 10 on Rome's scale)
    Mount
    4-hole
    Tool-less Adjustment
    yes, strap adjustment, forward lean
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain, park & freestyle
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    I truly love these bindings

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Fully adjustable, super comfortable, and OMG responsive. Yes I Can't feels awesome. I've ridden Burton and Union bindings and they don't compare. I like to pair these bindings with LibTech TRS and JL20, my boots are DC Judge mens 11 and they fit in an L/XL pretty nicely. Only downside is the "tool-less" adjustment on the straps will start popping when they get really torqued as the bindings age. Even though they have a lifetime warranty and I've had numerous parts replaced, at some point you just want to start over.

    good w/ minor issues

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Pros

    really comfortable
    clean design
    tons of customization
    2 sets of food bed pads

    Cons

    runs small, it says that l/xl fits up to a 13 boot, i barely squeezed into them & my toe edge hangs off a bit as i can't adjust the base plate backwards very far

    minor issue w/ the right toe strap, broke on me after about 10 days of full riding.

    Overall, Great bindings with a few minor issues!

    Perfect mix of comfort and response

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have the 2015 version and these are definitely my favorite binding thus far. They are so much more comfortable than anything else I have tried, while at the same time they provide good response for turns and quick corrections. The canted footbeds definitely helped solve some outside leg burn, and reduced the strain on my knees and thighs after days of 20 miles or more of riding anything from ice to hardpack to slush. The ankle strap is very comfortable and doesn't dig in while providing stiffness for proper control. The toe strap too is nice and non-bulky and allows for more positions than a cupped strap with the ability to lock in on top of the boot as well as the toe even when you don't have it on optimally.

    I have some 2015 Burton Genesis bindings featuring AutoCANT footbeds, which is really just foam with more density at the outside edge causing a cant by compression, but the feeling isn't anything like the Boss. The Genesis is squishy and it doesn't hold your foot in an anatomical position at all times like the Romes do and the Romes have noticeably more responsiveness.

    The things they need to improve are how the adjustments are made. The footbed is held in with a screw through the foam and into a metal channel allowing some minor front to back adjustment, but the screw head is too tight on the foam and harder than it needs to be to line up. They should make this a tool-less design that clicks in like some others. The toe strap's fixed side uses one of those friction clasps that I have found with other bindings to become loose over time and open when catching harder snow on a wipeout. While this allows for tooless adjustments, I've never wanted to adjust the fixed side outside of my house and a screw would make it bulletproof. Changing the positioning of the ankle strap is too a little under-engineered. None of these things however would keep me from buying a new set.

    While these could be a bit lighter and engineered better, what really matters is how they ride, and that's exactly what I like about them.

    The best all around binding

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The 390 Boss is softer then the Targas but still stiff enough to handle the big mountain and jumps. Think of your favorite pair of shoes, thats how the 390 boss feels. The best part about Rome bindings is their adjustability. Tools less ankle and toe straps make quick on hill adjustments a breeze. I use these bindings on my softer boards making for a really playful experience. At the same time, they are built well enough to go and hit 80 foot jumps. Once you try these bindings you will see why its Rome best seller.

    The best all around binding

    Workhorse

      A total workhorse. I’ve ridden the same pair of 390 Boss bindings off and on for the past three seasons (approx 125 days) and have had ZERO issues with them. I’ve tried a lot of bindings, but keep coming back to the 390 Boss because they are so comfy and supportive. I almost don’t notice they are there.

      Good times await!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      The 390 boss is a awesome all around binding. I was using them on my Rome Crossrocket board for taking park laps and ripping carves. The 390 Boss is softer then the Targas but still stiff enough to handle the big mountain and jumps. Think of your favorite pair of shoes, thats how the 390 boss feels. The best part about Rome bindings is their adjustability. Tools less ankle and toe straps make quick on hill adjustments a breeze. I use these bindings on my softer boards making for a really playful experience. At the same time, they are built well enough to go and the big jumps. Once you try these bindings you will see why its Rome best seller. Lastly they tend to fit small. I got mediums for a size 9.5 boot and it is a tight squeeze.

      Good times await!

      I wear a size 9-9.5 in regular shoes but I wear a 10 in my snowboots do I get medium or the large? Thank you! It sucks when the shoe size is right between lmao

      Erik,



      I use a size 10 Vans Infuse boot a 10.5 in my Tm-Twos, and have L/XL for the Rome Arsenal's but I'm maxing out each strap on both pairs of boots and wish I had the S/M.



      Shoot me an email anytime you have questions!



      Jared D.

      Expert Gearhead

      801.736.4336

      jdowns@backcountry.com

      Go large for a size 10 or you will be hanging way off the front edge. Same is true of almost any binding out there from what I've seen. You can make some adjustments to the footbed, ankle strap connections and the highback to make it match your boot perfectly.

      I have a 9.5 shoe size. Should I get a M or L/XL bindings?