The 2019 Now X Yes Snowboard Binding Review

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Comments

Rik Michielsen says:

Seeing as you seem to be interested in the ability to easily transfer bindings from one board to another you might want to check out Karakoram’s Connect line-up. It’s their inbounds focused lineup (still “split ready”) but is mainly focused on being easy to transferable between boards. They’ve also got some interesting tech in their bindings.

PiMpiNx187 says:

Would Ross Rebagliati approve?

The Man On The Mountain says:

Now. Or, when someone developes something that is not bullshit but is actually fucking great. Best bindings to me.

Justin Bordwell says:

How much are the kingpin diskmounts?

Sly Dog says:

Great explanation of the skate tech.

I ride these bindings and feel they are great value and look good as well.

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