Snowboard Binding Guide

A guide to help you select the right snowboard bindings: http://www.sierrasnowboard.com/snowboard-media.asp
Whether you are a park rider, jibber, backcountry rider, or all mountain snowboarder. This guide will help you track down the binding that will best suit your needs.

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  1. Bought a new 156 bataleon whatever 2014. And dont know what type of bindings I should go for but I did look at Flux RK30 2013 but wasn't sure if that suits the board and my riding styles. I am more of doing ground trips and nailing front side 180, speed and looking for light weight so i can ride 6 days straight in Japan. and would like to improves in the close future. Your suggestion and advice are appreciated!

  2. There's really no noticeable difference regarding control. The toe cap strap apparently keeps your foot more locked in (won't slide forward), but you really won't be able to notice a huge difference. I ride toe cap straps because I like the way it feels on my foot.

  3. Nitro/Raiden Zero if you like jibs more, Nitro/Raiden Phantom if you like jumps more. Both are great bindings, but the Phantoms are just a tad stiffer. Union Force or Contacts would be awesome too.

  4. With universal discs, they will work. The Customs might come with those. Do yourself a favor and don't go with Burton though. They're total shit except the Cartels. Flows and Gnus suck too because if they break, it's impossible to find temporary fixes if you're on a snowboard trip. Raiden or Union are the way to go. At minimum, get the Nitro/Raiden Zero or Union Flite bindings. If you can't afford those, check out c3-shop and pick up some demo models by Union. -snowboarder of 11 years

  5. im an intermediate snowboarder and i like stiff bindings as well as a camber board. what bindings would you reccomend? im 13 145lbs 155cm board and have a 10.5 boot

  6. what's the difference between binding strap that goes on top of the feet and the strap that covers the toes? Do the straps that cover the toes (instead of top of the feet) give you better control?

  7. I have the cartels and have had an issue with the back of my boots getting chewed up…am I ratcheting too tight or do I need to angle the ankle strap more towards the high back to keep the back of my boot more locked in. I have the toe and ankle straps centered to the boot…somethings off only after 6 rides with new boots…

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