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1/ DESCRIPTION OF A SNOWBOARD BINDING

First, find out about the different parts of a snowboard binding.

2/ HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR SNOWBOARD BINDINGS

It is important to research for the snowboard bindings that suit your riding style.

Depending on it, it is important to consider the flex of the binding that suits your riding style.
The flex must also match the flex of your snowboard boots.

TRADITIONAL BINDINGS.

Traditional bindings have a classic ankle strap + a toe strap, which provide excellent support.

There is an option with a cap strap: it covers the toes (front and top of the toes).
A cap strap is very comfortable, and holds the front of the foot as much as a classic strap.

When you tighten the cap strap, the boot blocks vertically, and keep as far back as possible in the binding.
It is ideal to keep the feet from hanging off the board.

SPEED ENTRY SNOWBOARD BINDINGS.

Either with a rear entry or with one wide ankle strap.

The advantage? Speed entry and memory tightening (you adjust it once and for all), very welcome!

SNOWBOARD BINDINGS FOR SPECIFIC STYLES

3/ how TO CHOOSE THE SIZE OF MY YOUR SNOWBOARD BINDINGS

Choose the size of your snowboard bindings according to the size of your boots. Each binding has an approximate equivalent.

Snowboard binding sizes are rather generic:

- S = small
- M = medium 
- L= large

Good to know: a fixed size S for women will be smaller than a fixed size S for men.

For example L = 7½ - 13: the L sized binding is suitable for boots size 7½ to 13.
To choose the right binding size, we strongly recommend you to try the bindings with your snowboarding boots.

Speed-entry bindings

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Have fun choosing your binding and enjoy your ride!

Snowboard Product Manager

PHILIPPE TIERCIN

DREAMSCAPE product manager and snowboarder.