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The rider who demands the best among lightweight and powerful bindings demands the Cinch CTX.

The K2 Cinch CTX Snowboard Binding features carbon—the lightest, strongest material used in bindings—in its sidewalls. The result is a great binding for aggressive riding. These sidearms improve the already lightweight, strong baseplate, so you have excellent heel and toe control at high speeds. Plus, like K2'S other Cinch bindings, the CTX is easy to get into. Drop the highback, which is on a hinge, and slide in your boot. Neoprene-enhanced ankle straps provide a snug fit. The toe straps go over or around your toes—choose the fit you like. Outfitted with the new Air Frame highback, K2 shaves still more unnecessary weight off the CTX.

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4 5

K2 Cinch CTX bindings

Awesome supportive bindings.
Reclining highback ROCKS!
Hint:When snow gets into bindings, you need to loosen the straps a couple of clicks when stepping out to make it easier to step back in. Once you are back in and have locked the highback up, then you can tighten the straps a click or two and off you go.

5 5

You Get What you Pay For

The ease of entry and exit are worth the price of the Cinch CTX bindings alone. Not to mention the quality of the materials used and the adjustability within the bindings.

People (skiers) are no longer waiting for me to strap at the top of the mountain.

I am no longer stressed getting off a quad lift with 3 other people, as the rear binding is easy to slip into before getting off the chair.

The support offered with the rear entry system takes all the pressure and confinement off the front of my feet. My control is better and my feet do not get sore or tired.

The bindings are slightly lighter than my previous bindings. Every little bit helps, especially with all the time the board hangs from my ankle.

Any rear entry step in binding would be a huge improvement over the traditional strap in, but if one can justify a bit more for the initial cost, you won't regret it....for years to come~Rp