Faky 300 Junior Snowboard Bindings - Black, White and Yellow

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Key feature
A single buckle so children can put their own boots on. With their numerous settings, these bindings are compatible with many different boots, even the thinnest (linerless) boot.

User benefits

Good foot support at high speed (blue to black pistes).
Fast acting
A single tightening buckle: adding/removing your bindings is child's play.
Numerous adjustments: adapts to lots of junior snowboard boots.
EVA foam at the toes and heels.
Anatomic design
Size S: 2 to 5.5.
Standard tightening system: pump until you get the required support. No limit.

Technical information

Sizes OK?
Size S: 2 > 5.5
Chassis : 50.0% Polyamide (PA), Chassis : 30.0% Steel, Chassis : 20.0% Glass - Fibre (FG)
Designed to :
young snowboarders, size 2 to 5.5, looking for bindings with traditional fastening and an easy and quick opening system.
2 years


Storage instructions
Wipe the edges at the end of the day to avoid rust. Ideally, wax every 5 outings. Summer storage: out of the sun, you can leave the bindings on the board.

Features of the product

A word from the product manager
By observing children, we have found that they, like their parents, want to be able to put on and take off their own bindings. Two-buckle bindings take longer to operate. Having a single binding, with an asymmetrical strap, is sufficient, even for children with a good level of snowboard combining speed, cut turns and jumps.
Programme / terrain
All terrain and all levels.
Single-buckle opening mechanism
A single buckle provides tight fastening around the ankles, whereas an asymmetrical strap which also covers the toes (necessary for backside turns) is the principle behind these bindings. It's the easiest choice for children!
Available settings
The factory settings suit most people, however you can adjust them to suit your needs: - the position of the spoiler (front, rear, side) by adjusting the position of the screws holding the spoiler, - the spoiler inclination (canting), - the pre-drilled front tooth plate. You can move it forward (for sizes 3.5 to 5.5) or back (sizes 2 and 2.5). You have to unscrew the binding. - the volume of the strap with the pre-drilled tooth plates."
Stance (binding spacings)
To be adapted to your body shape. But it's worth noting that snowboards have a recommended position for the bindings ("recommended stance", indicated by a marker between the inserts for the bindings). Increasing the stance will lower your position on the board and improve stability. This also helps with aerial rotations. On freestyle boards, the "recommended stance" is generally wider than on all-mountain boards.
Adjusting snowboard binding angles
For on-piste / freeriding use, we recommend +18° at the front, and 0° at the rear. For versatile-freestyle use, go for +18° and -6°. Opening the rear foot gives more flexibility when riding switch. For pure freestyle use, feel free to opt for entirely symmetrical angles, e.g. +15° and -15°. The choice of binding angles is very much a matter of personal choice. Feel free to check out what others are doing and try out different options. You may be pleasantly surprised.
Centring the bindings on a snowboard
Disc bindings with 4 screws can slide along a single axis and generally have 5 possible settings. This setting is used to centre the boot on the snowboard and prevent the foot from protruding too far. Otherwise you're guaranteed to fall! So the boot must protrude from the board by an equal amount on both sides. The disc can also be rotated through 90° to alter the stance width in relation to the width set by the inserts. In this case, there is no option to centre the bindings laterally.

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