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Prevents frozen-ass syndrome, too.

You’re an open-minded kind of guy, so you occasionally fraternize with two-planked individuals, as misguided as they might be. Which is fine, except when they’re making annoying comments while standing around and wait for you to strap in. Outfit your board with the K2 Cinch CTS Snowboard Binding so you can step in, flip up the back, and go within seconds. Then you can kick their asses all over the mountain.
  • Ultra-lightweight Airlock Highback features a new tool-less forward lean adjustment and smooth, asymmetrical flex for better heelside control and comfort
  • Canted footbed angled to match your natural leg position for more control and less fatigue
  • Harshmellow shockpads eliminate chatter for a smooth, quiet ride
  • Compatible with three-hole and four-hole patterns for maximum flexibility in your setup

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5 5


Dude, I have been riding in the Vermont are for 10 years. I have never never had a better pair of bindings.
I am the first strapped in and the first unstrapped at the lift. Also I never adjust the ratchets, I set them once
and I click the cinch from the back and I am off.


4 5

So far, so good

Ordered these bindings to replace my old CTS pair that treated me well and at first I was very disappointed. The ratchet would stick and the padding on the toe strap started to crack within a week. Returned for a replacement and so far, so good. Love the no buckle toe strap and the white color looks sick. Only downside is the cable slips off the hook in the back and doesn't always snap tight, but it's an easy fix and when the cable isn't hooked in it allows the binding to lie flat (which is good for travel). Plan on sticking with em until something else goes wrong, but K2 locked me in with the step-in and I don't know if I can ever go back.

my boots are elevens, would I be better...

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my boots are elevens, would I be better off with large or x-large binds?

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If you have a low-profile boot like a Salomon or one of the new Burton's with the footprint technology, then go with the L. But for your typical snowboard boots go with the XL. You'll be maxed out in an L anyway.

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Dude, I have 13 mens. XL are perfect. With a new never summer 170 Wide, it's a awesome match

4 5

Beastly Bindings

These bindings are made very well and are very solid/built with quality materials. I got them last year as a xmas gift and have used them exclusively all season. the cinch system takes a few tries to set up properly but once setup, works like a charm. some issues i encountered were, if you have big boots sometimes its hard to open the binding enough to just slide them in. this requires loosening the top strap a few clicks to get em in there snug. this is sometimes an issue if you are in the deep stuff as you will probably be strapping up in waist deep snow and cannot just step into them. the second issue is that they are very heavy and bulky which can be an issue for some. they do allow for excellent control of the board and can be adjusted to precise fit depending on your needs. I would recommend them for resort riding and if you need a precise fit and dont mind the extra weight or setup time. K2 makes great products that do not dissapoint.

4 5

Fix cable tension

ok so interestingly enough these bindings actually do work, but if you adjust the highback, you need to adjust the cable tension or the strap will pop out

4 5

Fix cable tension

ok so interestingly enough these bindings actually do work, but if you adjust the highback, you need to adjust the cable tension or the strap will pop out

1 5


when i bought these bindings, i thought they were pretty cool, thus my first review, but like after five days, the strap would click right off the high back, i don't know if i just got some defective ones, but i was pretty dissapointed

5 5


these bindings are awesome, strapping in is so easy, and they aren't going to break on you like some other brands (Flow) keep up the great work K2