And the winner is …
- Carbon/nylon F-Tech Asym Highback is soft and flexible outwards but stiffer on the inside; wear it one way in the park and then switch them for all-mountain freeride
- Anti-Vibration EVA pad in the highback grabs the boot and doesn't let go for a better interface between boot and binding
- Alpha baseplate features higher sidewalls to increase responsiveness and durability; not to worry, they're milled out to shave weight
- Super Carbon Blend 15 in the baseplate provides a softer, skate-like feel
- Flat rocker sole has rounded edges that enable board to flex more naturally
- Anatomically correct Hybrid footbed features soft EVA sections to absorb shock, while stiffer areas provide support and abrasion resistance
- Absolute Fit strap's centers are cored out to shed weight and eliminate pressure points
- Ratchet pivot system lets you dial the comfort and responsiveness of the ankle strap by giving you three ways to position the lightweight Alpha ratchet buckles
- FTM Monocoque toe straps use a molded one-piece design to wrap the contours of your boot for maximum comfort and responsiveness
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Has anyone ridden these bindings? I...
Has anyone ridden these bindings? I considering these and the Ride El Hefe bindings to put on my new T Rice. 161.5 Lib. Wondering if one would be better than the other for that board.
metal vs plastic