"boss cant beds aren't necessary"
- Name: 2011 Rome 390 Boss Snowboard Bindings Men's
- Pros: straps are user friendly, works well with reversed cambered boards, good dampening
- Cons: takes a while to set up, somewhat difficult to screw down onto board,
- Flex: mid
I rode these bindings for 3 days with a 155 Sierra Stunt. I put it on the widest stance with 15 degrees outwards on both feet (duck stance). I see no benefit with the cant beds; in fact, it threw off my balance even more. I think the cant beds might have been better suited with other stances (non-duck) because the cant beds actually tilted me more forward. I went back to the 0 degree beds after the first day and the bindings were awesome. I definately felt less impact/vibrations when compared to other bindings (burton mission, flows, union force). There is some set up time involved, but it is worth it. There is a lot of padding involved, so it might be difficult to get the screws to meet the board, but eventually it will get there if you put all your weight over the screw.