Towering peaks, exposed fall lines, and pro-sized terrain parks are the domain of the Rome Targa Snowboard Binding. A favorite of hard-charging riders, the Targa serves up powerful response when you're sending huge airs from park jumps, slashing powder in the trees, and ripping the steepest lines on the mountain. The stiff PowerChord highback offers powerful energy transmission for responsive carving and tons of pop off the lip. It features Cant-In-The-Back, which allows the highback to precisely follow the leg's contours for a more seamless energy transfer. Following the binding's canted highback, the Yes, I Cant footbeds provide 2. 5-degrees of canting for natural alignment with your riding stance. This alleviates pressure on your knees while directing more control over your board. Ultrdjust ankle strap features three distinctive response settings. To adjust the ankle strap's responsiveness, simply flick the inside slider to your preferred setting. This slider adjusts the tension of the strap's centerpiece mount, allowing for a stiffer or softer feel on-the-fly. Not content with merely being adjustable in stiffness, Rome's Pivot Mount attachment adjusts where the ankle strap sits in position. Keep it lower for tweaking tricks or mount it higher for greater response when you're charging steeps.
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