The working-class hero
Tried and true versatility and all-mountain performance come standard with the D.O.D. This staple in our 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.
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.
Designed so riders can adjust their highbacks to mirror the angle of their heelside edge for maximum power transfer.
Created to help fit a wider range of boot models and sizes.
D.O.D. ORANGE Size Chart
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Overall best bindings ive had. Comfortable, supportive yet lively bindings. Suits my style of riding; park and fun groomers. No complaints, only positive
This is my second pair of DOD - I got the first pair to get with my Mountain Division and I love the way they feel with the control so the times we have powder that I can get the board to surf. So now it was time to step up getting a National for something that can really handle VT and after 3 pairs of Katanas it felt like the best match up was going back to the DOD. The way that they can drive through the turns and get the National to carve on the hardpack, feathering the edges in the slop and mushy snow - getting the board up on edge and swooping turns - so much finesse and comfort!! Two very different days at Killington and by the afternoon of the second day I finally found that place where I could feel like I was surfing the turns while holding a strong edge and I was so stoked with my choice!! Can't wait to make this combo my main teaching and riding board for next season!
I used to have the Rome 390s then went over to Union Forces, twice. I’m absolutely ecstatic about the DODs. I took them out west, and never bothered with my Union force. Rode them at Whistler, Revelstoke, Panorama, Marmot and Mont Tremblant. It didn’t matter the conditions and which board, as used them on my Arbor Westmark, Coda, Korua Dart and my Bataleon Boss. Bindings super responsive, comfortable and control when carving hard on steeps, pow and hard packed snow/ice! The bindings definitely exceeded my expectations. I’m also glad my toe straps stay locked in as they often came loose on my Union force bindings. I’m happy with the decision and returning back to the Rome family!
Such a sick binding. Got the green 22/23 model. Unreal comfort. The new toe strap for 22/23 is where it’s at. Don’t need to go that tight for security. I’ve had them on a 2020 Rome Blur 159 and 22/23 K2 Instrument 154. I should probably put them on the old trusty Ride Timeless just to see. I wear a Burton Ion boot in 8.5 and they are perfect in the mediums.
I ride camber boards wherever. Just getting back to riding after a few years of a few days. These bindings are comfy enough to all day. I ride lots and lots of steeps and trees. Haven’t gone 50-60 mph bombing yet this season because I’m in Spokane, Washington and the powder here and in N Idaho has been epic. Carving response is pretty good. Being able to get through chop and bumps is a big strong point of these bindings. Get through, reset. Boom.
These bindings rock! I was very surprised at how surfy and responsive these bindings are. Plus they are so comfy you won’t have any trouble riding first to last chair on these.