The best-looking Mutant you'll ever see. Trust us, we grew up underneath power lines—and it wasn't pretty.
The Gnu Mutant Snowboard Binding delivers both convenience and response for riders seeking an easy-to-use interface and a powerful ride. Micro-adjustable straps dial in the perfect fit, while the reclining highback makes it easier than ever to strap in and get going. Oodles of cushioning and an anatomical design keep your feet and lower legs feeling fine, even after marathon days on the hill.
- Reclining highback locks into place for snap-and-go convenience
- Asymmetrical highback shape mirrors your calf's natural contours for improved comfort and reduced fatigue
- Micro-adjustable forward lean lets you fine-tune heelside response
- Full EVA footbed & TPU shock pads reduce high-speed chatter and impact from flat landings
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These are the best step-in bindings I have owned. Provides great feel and comfort for free riding. I have these mounted on my Riders Choice for my all mountain board. Still have traditional straps for my Park Pickle.
Only problem I had was after a season of use the binding started to wear out the heel of my boot. The boot was two years old and probably took some wear-and-tear from my previous step-ins.
I just got done riding Breck and Vail with these bindings. After my first time I thought there might be a performance issue with me as I was having a hard time getting onto my heelside. Initially I attributed that to the cable giving some play, however I made some adjustments and it was game on from there.
It really is as easy to get in and out of these things as they advertise. I was riding with a skier and I knew I had to be quick, and I thought I was quick using my old K2 Autos (still love them), but it was sick how I never had to take more than 2-3 seconds to snap in.
Believe it or not, I spent more time waiting for skiers to get out of my way now that I didn't have to skate over to a place to sit down.
Performance was very very solid. I probably did my best boarding ever. Not sure that it was the binding or the adrenaline of being at Breck and Vail (1st time ever there).
Don't hesitate thinking performance is an issue with these rear entry bindings - they rock.
This is a new design for binding in General, I did some extensive research for many hours and several long days just on binding. The K2's are GNU's only real competition and they had horrible reviews! I bought them and spent a week in Breck and a week in Telluride, CO and they were killer! Easy in an out action! I didnt have to sit and buckle down! Adjusted them a couple of times the first day and I was shredding like no ones business! Stability is all there just like the strap in. I was a little hesitant but I will def buy these again if I ever need to and of course as party favors! :P
This binding has it all!
and it's super easy to use.
I'm especially loving the cushy foot bed.