2023 Rome DOD Snowboard Bindings
Tried and true versatility and all-mountain performance come standard with the D.O.D. This staple in Rome's line has earned its stripes in the icy parks of Vermont, the steeps of Jackson and the bottomless forests of Hokkaido. With a medium flexing highback, UltraLight Ankle Straps and ProGrip Toe Straps featuring AuxTech®, the D.O.D. is all-about locked in hold and tweakability you only find in a Rome binding.
Flex Rating – Medium - Stiff
30% Glass, 70% Nylon
V-Rod SubBase Pad – Rome combines edge-to-edge power with side-to-side flexibility and improved board flex by reducing the material in contact with your snowboard. Minimum footprint with maximum board feel.
Full Wrap Chassis - Redesigned, recalibrated and reenergized, our FullWrap
platform is pure power and maximum energy transfer. The all-new FullWrap platform is a sturdy, bombproof chassis that loves to send it.
15% Glass, 85% Nylon
Full Highback Rotation – Riders have the ability to rotate the highback so it aligns with the heel edge of their board. Being able to adjust the highback provides better power transfer, more tweakability and proper edge hold.
AntiShock 2.0 Highback – Built with an active hinge for impact absorption and pressability.
Tool-Free Highback Forward Lean Adjuster
Ultralight Ankle Strap – Enjoy superlight mid-range support thanks to a combination of an injected EVA pad and an interlocking TPU band down the middle of the strap. The result is a super comfortable, mid-flexing ankle strap.
Progrip Toe Strap - Powered by AuxTech™, this innovative network of small hinges provides unmatched hold and locked-in grip
AuxTech™ - Auxetic patterns are geometric patterns that become thicker perpendicularly when stretched. Think of them as a network of tiny hinges that when pressure is applied, actually expand and open. This creates a more direct connection to the boot.
Fast Entry – Pre-curved ladders on the ankle and toe straps are designed to pop open and help keep the straps out of your way while getting your boot into the binding.