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If you're the type who gets stoked on big storms because it means you can go hit rails in the city, the Rome Mob Snowboard Binding makes you an offer you can't refuse. A smooth, tweakable flex, easy adjustability, and plenty of cush make the Mob the binding of choice for Rome's street soldiers.

Tweak your tricks harder with the Mob highback. A shorter height and a hollowed-out top zone provide freestyle flexibility so you can lock into blunts and bone out stalefishes. A minimal footprint on the V-Rod baseplate allows for more natural board flex and better heel-to-toe energy transfer, and the SubBase V-Pad features EVA in between the raised areas of the binding and the board to reduce chatter and improve response.

Cant In The Back highback canting allows you to also adjust the angle of the highback to line up properly with your legs, giving you a more natural stance that allows for greater ollie power and reduced fatigue. The OpenFlex ankle strap is flexible to give you a skate-like feel, and OpenForm toe straps wrap around the front of your boot for a secure fit that won't slip. An InBase footbed absorbs vibrations for a smooth ride.

  • Mob highback
  • Cant In The Back highback canting
  • V-Rod baseplate
  • SubBase V-Pad
  • InBase footbed
  • OpenFlex ankle strap
  • OpenForm toe strap

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5 5

You will be mobbin

I personally really like these bindings. They fit extremely comfortable with a solid amount of flex and stiffness for all your snowboarding adventures. Soft base plates for hard landings, and nicely customize-able too. They remind alot of the Rome 390 Boss bindings. I like the 390 Boss's a little bit better but these are definitely worth the price and not a let down in anyway. I've broken the heel strap on one but it was a quick fix no problem and it was after a long time of rigorous riding. Definitely check out the 390 boss bindings first, but you still will love these to death on the hill. by the way, break off the forward lean adjustment if you ride park. Seriously annoying.

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Broken in less than one season

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Me and my friend both bought a pair of these last year. Loved them at first but then they broke on my friend and had to ride them cracked for the rest of the season. Then right before a trip to canada mine broke on me. So i had to go out and buy another pair of bindings for my trip since a new pair would take too long to get to me. Went with Unions this time. Not even lasting one season is ridiculous