What’s this binding’s natural home? Full send in the park? Elbows down on the trails? Or chucking roosters somewhere off grid?
Softer bindings won’t kick your ass if you make a mistake. Stiffer bindings are more stable at speed and super responsive edge-to-edge. Choose your poison.
Fast, tool-free adjustment via a clip on the rear of the highback. Dial it up for more aggressive heelside response or use less lean to keep it chill.
These nylon composite injected highbacks are lightweight and supportive with a mid-stiff flex for precise edge control.
Angle your highback parallel to the heelside edge for the most efficient power transfer.
Super solid, die-cast aluminum ratchets that will never let you down. Featuring a triple-tooth action for super fast strap closure.
One-piece construction that’s lightweight and bombproof. The pre-curved, ergonomic design spreads pressure evenly across the foot and offers an ideal level of freestyle flex and support.
The Infinity Toestrap features 3D Auxetic Shape Technology – A hinged pattern that expands perfectly around your boot without stretching or distorting the material for unmatched grip and comfort.
The choice of riders that are looking for some side-to-side tweak and a bit of a surfy feel. The 3 connection points will offer a slightly more mellow side-to-side flex without sacrificing edge-to-edge control.
A grippy rubber traction pad protects the back of your boot and keeps it locked in at all times.
Kink Ladders allow you to change the feel of your binding by choosing a low or a high connection point for your ankle strap.
The chassis can be adjusted to help you center your boot perfectly in the binding and on your board.
Choose from three different FootPad positions for a perfect fit with the sole of your boot.
Kink Ladders allow you to change the feel of your binding by choosing a low or a high connection point for your ankle strap. The low position makes your binding more tweak-able, the high position offers a more locked-in, support and response.
FastEntry Ladders are designed for easy binding entry and exit. The strap’s concave shape is designed to pop open when released. FastEntry ensures that you won’t be fighting to get in and out of your bindings giving you more time to ride.
Auxetic Shape Technology uses hinged patterns that expand perfectly around your boot without stretching or distorting the material eliminating pressure points, providing next level support and comfort.
We never want you to miss a day of riding. If you ride hard there is always a chance that something wears out or breaks down. In case that happens, we got you covered. In the binding box you find the Never Miss a Day backup parts kit with extra ladders, screws, washers so you can keep riding while you get replacements sorted out.
Ipgraded from 10yr old board to 23 evil twin with blaster asym wrap bindings. What a killer combo! My only complaint and the reason it is not 5 star is issues with the bindings. Sometimes the clamp comes loose and the wrap part will fall off!! Easy to fix but a little annoying when it happens on average once every 2 days of riding. Not what I expected with 300$+ bindings but I will say they form over the boot nicely. As for the evil twin…. Well done. I have zero complaints about this board besides the graphic for this year but that is aesthetics. Performance wise, exceeded my expectations for a board that is not a noodle but still softer than medium and extremely playful. Took it in powder in record snow in Tahoe, handled great given it is a true twin due to bindings being set back and the 3BT tech.
Really solid binding, great grip your foot won’t be moving, perfect with the Disassster +
Great overall binding. Perfect amount of stiffness and flex for my style of riding (mostly park, side hits, tree riding, back country). These bindings really keep things stable and haven't had any problems with them coming loose or anything like that. I did have to break them in a bit as the buckle was biting pretty tight into the strap so got my foot stuck in one of the straps but pretty easy fix and as I continue to ride them that problem seems to have gone away. Overall, I have historically been riding with almost entirely Burton cartels. I can say that I like these better but they are certainly a little bit heavier.
I will start with I have not ridden these yet, only mounted and strapped in on dry land. With that said these appear well made and nicely customizable. Looking forward to getting out this season with the new gear
Admittedly I don't have a ton of experience with different bindings. My binding before these were Salomon can't remember the model but the heel cup was soft and flexy so was a bit worried about a metal binding cup. No issue. Great transition.