Rome Vice


Budget Pick

in Snowboard Binding

Rome Vice

Based on 12 reviews

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Great compatibility with various snowboard mounting patterns
Adjustable for different riding styles and preferences
All-mountain performance
Lifetime warranty
Not ideal for euro carves due to toe drag
Some reviewers find them sluggish at lower speeds
May not be the best option for advanced riders seeking specialized bindings for specific riding styles


Overall, the Rome Vice bindings receive positive reviews for their compatibility with various snowboard mounting patterns, adjustability, and all-mountain performance. Some reviewers recommend them for beginners, while others praise their ability to handle more advanced riding styles. However, some mention issues with toe drag and sluggishness at lower speeds. Despite some minor drawbacks, the Rome Vice bindings are generally considered a great option for those looking for a versatile and reliable binding.


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