Spend less time strapping in and more time shredding.
- Cinch highback folds down for ease of entry and exit and locks into place with the flip of a lever
- Asymmetrical highback design mirrors your natural leg position to prevent calf bite and improve heelside response
- Harshmellow shock pads cushion impact and reduce foot fatigue
- Multi-compatible discs work with three-hole and four-hole mounting patterns
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Pretty good, quick and comfy if used right.
Once you get used to using the cinch system it does become useful. I ended up using 50/50 cinch and regular step-in, both of which work well.
I'm very much intermediate at boarding, but I found these bindings really comfy, after a day on the slopes I get no ankle aches, which is an issue for me for the amount of times I've messed them up over the years, they get pretty achey after an hour or two on a rental board (never again!).
As for the response, I liked it alot, made me look like a better snowboarder then I actually am.
B to The A, Once you fiqure them out!
So aside from the performance K2 doesn't give you very good suggestions on how to use this system to its full effectiveness, once you trial and error for a good day or two and are on the brink of frustration all of a sudden it will hit you like a ton of bricks... good luck youll love em eventually
Not good if you dont use them right. NOT FOR BEGINERS! Go K2 though.
Not to bad...
I didn't really see how slip in option was really functional on these but the traditional step in wasn't bad.