Price US $210

Rome Bodega Pureflex 2013 - 2012 Review by The Good Ride

The Rome Bodega Pureflex is a pretty comfortable. We like that the Bodega steps up from the Rome Smith to add some articulation in the ankle to help preserve the flex.  Since 2012 Rome added a Pureflex model that has a different lacing system. It’s more like a traditional lace with a locking point at the ankles and pull tabs like in speed lace or with Salomon’s lacing system. All in all it’s hard to say what boot will work and what won’t for someone so if these boots fit right then they will treat you well for a while.  Rome Boots fit very similar to Burton boots. Some people will prefer the lace and others the speed lace. For the price you get a decent amount of boot.

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Riding Level

Beginner - Expert

Lacing Type

Speed Lace

Manufactured in

Flex

Medium

Turn Initiation

Medium

Comfort

Great

Heel Hold

Good

Adjustability

Good

Reduced Footprint

Average

Flex Retention

Average

Shock Absorption

Good

Traction

Good

On & Off Ease

Good