Rome Vice Snowboard Binding - Men's

Rome Vice Snowboard Binding - Men's
Rome Vice Snowboard Binding - Men's
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Vice Snowboard Binding - Men's by Rome
Powder days, park laps, high-speed groomers, you crave it all, so make sure your binding can keep up with your boarding binges with the Rome Vice Snowboard Binding. This binding offers ultralight performance and a supportive feel that's surprisingly tweakable. AsymWrap technology improves edge-to-edge response while maintaining lateral flex and board feel, meaning you get quick turning power and maximum board control. PivotMount technology lets you adjust the strap position to customize how responsive you want your binding to be. Run it looser for mellow park laps and surfy pow days, or go ultra-responsive when taking on big mountain lines and railing carves on groomers. Its mid-stiff flex offers support and response for going big and fast, but it still allows enough flexibility for tweaking methods thanks to the Asym Vice highback. Basically, there's nothing this the Vice won't do.

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SKU: ROMZ396
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