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downfortheride 09-04-2007 3:19 PM

I just picked up a 2007 Roam and would like some bindings that are not only easy in and out but good support. It will be used mostly winching on a 32' rail and there is a lot of in and out's with the bindings. I use 2004 Parks right now and I think I get more tired with the entry and exits than I do riding the rail. Any help would be great, thanks for looking.

ryansgt 09-04-2007 4:01 PM

i have some large 05 3ds's. entry has always been pretty easy. pm me if you are interested.

rpayer 09-04-2007 4:09 PM

Have you looked at the Hinge-Tech bindings from CWB?

kalenk 09-04-2007 5:53 PM

second that ^^^

motobob13 09-04-2007 6:24 PM

I third the CWB's..

mcwakerider 09-04-2007 6:38 PM

my ronix ones are super easy to get in and out of

hawkeye7708 09-04-2007 8:13 PM

Hey, just wanted to pass on the information about the Roam Binding Screws that are made specifically for it. Apparently, if you dont have them, your odds of breaking your boots off the board go WAY up. They generally come with the bindings or board. Just thought i'd drop that info in here. I'd know, as i busted a Roam earlier this year and got the speech from Hyperlite.

downfortheride 09-05-2007 10:52 AM

Ben ~~ Thanks for the post, I'm going to call the local board shop and get the steeze on this. <BR> <BR>I have looked at the CWB's and they are perfect. A little out of my price range but worth looking to find. How about LF bindings, I have never worn or touched a pair... what's your thoughts?

elicitwake 09-05-2007 1:37 PM

3DS's are the only bindings you will ever need!

merrion13 09-05-2007 2:23 PM

Josh, you asked about LF bindings, and I have to say I'm a huge fan of my Sphynx's. Easy to get in/out, and like the hold of the 2 lace system. Haven't tried the CWB hinge tech, but have heard great things about those as well.

downfortheride 09-05-2007 2:26 PM

What about the LF Transits?

bbking 09-05-2007 2:37 PM

for wake riding, lf watsons, they're amazing, but i don't think they'd be worth the hassle to get in and out of <BR>i got some alphas but they're not the best support <BR> <BR>imagine slingshot drivers! that'd be a pain

lfs56 09-05-2007 4:46 PM

gotta pair of xl '07 3DS if u'd want 'em...i was told this was the last year for them

rpayer 09-05-2007 4:53 PM

There are a few of the CWB's that are pretty affordable. See if you can find some '07 Torqs on closeout. I just sold a pair of Torqs in great condition for $140 on ebay.

longlakerider 09-05-2007 5:15 PM

lf shane and watson are easy to get in and out of. my friend has them and when i rode his board i just loosed them and kicked them off

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