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Add it to your arsenal.

Whether you're wary of the dubious promises of untested technology or you just want a solid, reliable binding that won't cost you and arm and a leg, the Rome Arsenal Snowboard Binding is sure to suit your needs. Part of Rome's all-mountain arms cache since before rockered boards were trending (and before trending was a word), the Arsenal is a solid, sturdy option for any kind of rider.

The tried-and-true glass-filled baseplate is bomb-proof for durability, and the UnderWrap aluminum heel hoop wraps underneath the baseplate where it pulls up for heelside power and transfers energy for toeside precision. Not too soft, not too stiff—the Arsenal highback is flexible enough for tweaking grabs in the park and responsive enough for picking apart hairy lines at the summit. EVA padding underneath the baseplate absorbs vibrations to reduce chatter when you're charging through chunder. The PF.1 ankle strap provides leverage to lay into heelside turns while remaining supportive on toeside turns, and the Conformist toe strap features a flexible EVA structure that covers the toe of your boot for a comfy, secure fit.

  • Arsenal highback
  • Glass-filled baseplate
  • UnderWrap heel hoop with Channel adjust
  • SubBase Pad
  • PF.1 ankle strap
  • Conformist toe strap
  • Forward Lean Adjustment

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5 5

Really solid and fun bindings

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Been riding Burton Bindings for the past 20 years or so, this is my first pair outside the Burton Empire and BOY AM I STOKED! The angle adjustments on the high backs have solved leg/foot pains I was having (I am not a dr, get your own proof) The toe strap is insane (i have a little concern about how it will hold up long term (I'm a bearded keep it all till there is no shred of material left kind of consumer) but it is really comfy and adjustable. The bindings definitely make me feel more at one with the board than even the channel system cartels. I have ridden them about 15 times since I got them a few weeks ago and put them through the wringer, backcountry, groomers and resort pow (I don't play in the park so I would not be sure) but feel really nice on big airs and small tweaks. Im here to get another pair and Backcountry.com customer service is second to none. Mahalo and ALOHA!

5 5

Size Options are all these Bad Boys Need

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Rome Arsenal Bindings are killin' it on the mountain. Though most peoplw won't say it out loud, style is a big part of riding. I work at a ski resort and I am constantly getting compliments on the look and style these bindings. Alongside the look are how they work. Incredibly responsive and comfy; these bindings rock it on my board all day every day. The rotation of the high back allows you to really lean into that heel-edge and leave behind a carve track that people notice. The toe strap is the most comfortable I have ever worn, it fits over the toe pefectly and won't slip if it's ratcheted tightly enough. They absorb all kinds of chatter with the base, but that doesn't mean they're soft, these bindings seem to have cut the time it takes me to go from edge to edge in half! Even with the crazy responsiveness, they are plenty soft for the park-rat in all of us. I run the park whenever I can and the Rome Arsenal bindings are plenty soft to really bone out that method or nose grab. Whatever your style, these bindings are a perfect fit.
The only thing that I would change would be the sizing options. If I could get a binding to fit my boot a little better these would be absolutely perfect. That's the only complaint I have.

5 5

Bang for your Buck

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have been riding the Rome 390 bindings for years, and one of my favorite things about the company is that they trickle down all the technology as their products progress. Basically, this is the 390 started out on, but now it's the same great binding for cheaper.

The UnderWrap heel hoop is one of the best features you can have on binding. Having the plastic base lets the Arsenal flex smoothly on your board, while the aluminum chassis gives you a ton of power and response while pulling on the plastic base.

The Arsenal doesn't sacrifice dampening either with the cushy footbed and SubBase Pad to really cut out the chatter and save your legs for all day riding.

I would definitely recommend these to anyone looking for a solid, responsive, and comfortable all-mountain binding without breaking the bank.