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STEP IN SYSTEMS

Step in Snowboard Bindings & Boots Snowboarding continues to evolve. To get more people into snowboarding, you will have to make this approachable sport even more accessible. One of the big ...

Step in Snowboard Bindings & Boots

Snowboarding continues to evolve. To get more people into snowboarding, you will have to make this approachable sport even more accessible. One of the big annoyances is that to get started you first have to sit down to put on your board, stand up and then you can start. A showstopper for a lot of people. Companies like Burton, Nidecker and Flow think about this and have developed various binding systems to make putting on your snowboard easier.

We can divide it into several principles. We distinguish between fully automated systems (Burton Step On and Nidecker Supermatic) and Flow's system, which is semi-automated. You still have to close and open the highback yourself.

Burton Step On

This is a Burton / binding combination. This means that the binding needs special step on shoes to work. For that, you rely on Burton (more brands will follow via licensing systems, e.g. Nitro). That can work as a disadvantage if you've just bought a pair of new shoes. But in terms of performance, it's a very good system. getting in at first is a bit uncomfortable, but after a few rides you'll see that you can get in while gliding....

Nidecker Supermatic

This binding is a collaboration between Flow and Nidecker and works pretty much the same as the Burton Step On, except that with the Supermatic you don't need a separate boot and you can just use the binding with any men's or women's boot. Only disadvantage is that it goes up to size 45. If you have a bigger boot, you still end up with Burton or Flow. In terms of performance, this binding is certainly not inferior to the Step On. The technology is from Flow, which has proven itself for years as a reliable platform and components. The binding has a good response and is a great freeride binding, both on and off piste.

Flow bindings

Of course, this brand needs no introduction. This brand was the first to come out with a step in system. In the meantime, the brand continues to develop and has developed a fine line of snowboard bindings for every type of snowboarder.

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STEP IN SYSTEMS

Step in Snowboard Bindings & Boots

Snowboarding continues to evolve. To get more people into snowboarding, you will have to make this approachable sport even more accessible. One of the big annoyances is that to get started you first have to sit down to put on your board, stand up and then you can start. A showstopper for a lot of people. Companies like Burton, Nidecker and Flow think about this and have developed various binding systems to make putting on your snowboard easier.

We can divide it into several principles. We distinguish between fully automated systems (Burton Step On and Nidecker Supermatic) and Flow's system, which is semi-automated. You still have to close and open the highback yourself.

Burton Step On

This is a Burton / binding combination. This means that the binding needs special step on shoes to work. For that, you rely on Burton (more brands will follow via licensing systems, e.g. Nitro). That can work as a disadvantage if you've just bought a pair of new shoes. But in terms of performance, it's a very good system. getting in at first is a bit uncomfortable, but after a few rides you'll see that you can get in while gliding....

Nidecker Supermatic

This binding is a collaboration between Flow and Nidecker and works pretty much the same as the Burton Step On, except that with the Supermatic you don't need a separate boot and you can just use the binding with any men's or women's boot. Only disadvantage is that it goes up to size 45. If you have a bigger boot, you still end up with Burton or Flow. In terms of performance, this binding is certainly not inferior to the Step On. The technology is from Flow, which has proven itself for years as a reliable platform and components. The binding has a good response and is a great freeride binding, both on and off piste.

Flow bindings

Of course, this brand needs no introduction. This brand was the first to come out with a step in system. In the meantime, the brand continues to develop and has developed a fine line of snowboard bindings for every type of snowboarder.

STEP IN SYSTEMS