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SNOWBOARD BINDING

A snowboard binding for every riding styleWhich one is right for you Snowboard bindings don't just differ in construction; they also have different flex values, which can be influenced to some e...

A snowboard binding for every riding style
Which one is right for you

Snowboard bindings don't just differ in construction; they also have different flex values, which can be influenced to some extent by the snowboarder. Assuming you have the right snowboard, your bindings will give you the hold you need whatever you're up to on the mountain.

Soft bindings are made for soft boots and come in a variety of styles. Most models have toe and heel straps that hold your feet by the toe and instep in the binding, maximizing performance. A soft binding offers you all kinds of options. Depending on the flex (the stiffness) of the boot, they are developed for piste, park or freeriding.

A soft flex binding (about 4 out of 10) is ideal for park riding and jibbing, while a medium flex (about 6 out of 10) is perfect for all-mountain work. These types of bindings give you enough stability on the slopes and in powder, but keep it playful for jibs, jumps and rails. If you're feeling called to explore the pristine backcountry, a stiffer flex (about 8 out of 10) will guarantee you enough support to manage any obstacle you'll encounter in the backcountry. But even if you want to carve at full throttle, stiffer shoes are a better choice for this purpose.

If convenience, comfort and maximum riding time are on your list of priorities, a quick-entry binding could be right up your alley. Simply slide your foot in, lift the highback with the lever and ride on! Flow designed the original technology for this. Easy and flexible, causing more and more snowboarders to switch to entry-level bindings. For example, Burton has had the Step On for a few years now. This system is solid and is already ridden by the world's best freestylers.

Snowboard Binding Compatibility

The vast majority of bindings are compatible with most boots and boards so you can combine brands to your heart's content. The only exception is Burton: it is important to know that the Burton's EST binding can only be used in combination with the Burton Channel Boards. But Burton has a nice solution, you can also buy the Re:Flex version of the binding so that you can use it with any snowboard with the standard 4x4 binding insert patterns.

Don't be surprised! Use a snowboard tool to attach your bindings. They are light, handy, fit in any pocket and normally come with a handy case. Binding screws are standardized, so tool bits work with any binding. Handy to adjust your binding on the slopes.

Soft boots and Snowboard bindings

Soft boots for soft bindings, it all makes sense so far. The good thing is that you can choose any part of your setup according to your personal preference; all you have to do is make sure you have the right size binding with your boots! Size charts can be found on the respective binding product pages.

The possibilities are endless - whether you choose Burton Snowboards , Union , Flow or Jones Snowboards , all you have to do is ride hard and have fun!

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SNOWBOARD BINDING

A snowboard binding for every riding style
Which one is right for you

Snowboard bindings don't just differ in construction; they also have different flex values, which can be influenced to some extent by the snowboarder. Assuming you have the right snowboard, your bindings will give you the hold you need whatever you're up to on the mountain.

Soft bindings are made for soft boots and come in a variety of styles. Most models have toe and heel straps that hold your feet by the toe and instep in the binding, maximizing performance. A soft binding offers you all kinds of options. Depending on the flex (the stiffness) of the boot, they are developed for piste, park or freeriding.

A soft flex binding (about 4 out of 10) is ideal for park riding and jibbing, while a medium flex (about 6 out of 10) is perfect for all-mountain work. These types of bindings give you enough stability on the slopes and in powder, but keep it playful for jibs, jumps and rails. If you're feeling called to explore the pristine backcountry, a stiffer flex (about 8 out of 10) will guarantee you enough support to manage any obstacle you'll encounter in the backcountry. But even if you want to carve at full throttle, stiffer shoes are a better choice for this purpose.

If convenience, comfort and maximum riding time are on your list of priorities, a quick-entry binding could be right up your alley. Simply slide your foot in, lift the highback with the lever and ride on! Flow designed the original technology for this. Easy and flexible, causing more and more snowboarders to switch to entry-level bindings. For example, Burton has had the Step On for a few years now. This system is solid and is already ridden by the world's best freestylers.

Snowboard Binding Compatibility

The vast majority of bindings are compatible with most boots and boards so you can combine brands to your heart's content. The only exception is Burton: it is important to know that the Burton's EST binding can only be used in combination with the Burton Channel Boards. But Burton has a nice solution, you can also buy the Re:Flex version of the binding so that you can use it with any snowboard with the standard 4x4 binding insert patterns.

Don't be surprised! Use a snowboard tool to attach your bindings. They are light, handy, fit in any pocket and normally come with a handy case. Binding screws are standardized, so tool bits work with any binding. Handy to adjust your binding on the slopes.

Soft boots and Snowboard bindings

Soft boots for soft bindings, it all makes sense so far. The good thing is that you can choose any part of your setup according to your personal preference; all you have to do is make sure you have the right size binding with your boots! Size charts can be found on the respective binding product pages.

The possibilities are endless - whether you choose Burton Snowboards , Union , Flow or Jones Snowboards , all you have to do is ride hard and have fun!

SNOWBOARD BINDING