- Sizes: M/L, L/XL
- Flex: 7
- Entry System: Classic
- Price: £190 / €220
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Why we chose the Rome Crux Snowboard Bindings: Rome technology + Budget pricepoint = Winning Binding.
Now here’s a Rome binding we can all get behind. The Crux is undoubtedly the price-point option here, but it’s not one to be sniffed at. Anyone looking for a mellow flexing, smooth operating set of bindings and not wanting to go hungry for the rest of the season will find an ideal solution here.
The Crux completes the AsymWrap family tree. While it shares the unique chassis construction – consisting of a single two points of contact with the inside and only one on the outside of the baseplate – with the likes of the Katana, this is a somewhat more stripped back version. It’s the binding for riders who want that blend of surfy turns with locked-in response but won’t make use of the infinite number of customising options from other bindings in the range.
“It’s the binding for riders who want that blend of surfy turns with locked-in response”
The Crux features Rome’s Minimist heel and toe straps. Although these ones can’t be adjusted through the pivot mount system (allowing some of the other models to have a flex rating that could change depending on which setting you chose) these ones come fixed at a seven, which strikes a balance between a binding that’s going to deliver when your riding shifts up a gear, but retains a more easy-going flex when you’re cruising the pistes or getting a new flatland combo on lock.