Rome Katana Binding

Rome Katana Binding
Rome Katana Binding
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Katana Binding by Rome
With the Katana Binding, Rome has created the ultimate weapon for slicing your way down big-mountain lines and carving up corduroy with ruthless precision. It delivers a powerful, responsive feel that's optimal for technical riding and high-speed pursuits, while still offering flexibility where you want, and it's highly customizable so you can fine-tune it to your riding style. Rome's Anti-Shock Highback provides heelside response that has support where you need it and has flexibility on the inside top corners for tweak and smooth flow. The baseplate makes minimal contact with your board, allowing the board to flex the way it was meant to. AsymWrap tech offers quick and powerful edge-to-edge response for charging steeps and weaving through trees, while still allowing side-to-side flex so you can tweak tricks and get loose.

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SKU: ROMZ394
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