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For the rider who demands the best among lightweight and powerful bindings.

The K2 Cinch CTX features a new fiberglass-reinforced baseplate for an even lighter weight binding. 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, then lock the highback into place by flipping the lever up. Neoprene-enhanced ankle straps provide a snug, comfortable fit, and the cored toe straps go over or around your toes—choose the fit you like. K2 outfitted the CTX Binding with an Airframe highback to shave still more weight.

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What is sizing like with these?K2 says 5-8...

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What is sizing like with these?K2 says 5-8 for M. I ride size 9 boots and use Medium K2 Formulas & they work great. I hate to size up for these and have my boot fit loose. With the formulas I was able to extend the heel cup back, I doubt that's possible with the ctx but am wondering how sizing is from some of you peeps who own the cinch series...-thanks

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Cro- You are right you can not slide the heel cup back. But the straps have alll kinds of adjustments so you can fine tune the binding. You should be fine with the large.

5 5

Great, but...

These bindings are awesome. They work really well pretty much everywhere. My only complaints are (1) that its wicked expesive, and (2) you can't close the highback (and therefor tighten the binding) unless you're standing up and on flat ground. However, find a little spot to slow down, and put it on and you'll instantly forget that as these bindings are lightweight, responsive, and offer tons of control.

5 5

Great Bindings.

Just received the 2008/2009's in the mail a couple weeks ago so i havent been up on the slopes yet. I can definitely expect these to be better than my previous pair of K@ Cinch bindings, which I loved though.

The strap is very well padded and kinda gooey which is nice. The straps are totally better than previous versions in that there is adjust ability on both sides so you can center up the padding.

The toe strap is kind of interesting. For a couple years now I have been wanting toe straps, but didnt want to give up my K2 Cinch bindings. Now that these finally came with toe straps I decided to upgrade, but I'm not entirely sure they are the best upgrade. In theory I love them, but in practice I think I am going to end up having to fix them to be centered (front/back) on my toe each time I step into the bindings. This is one thing I never had to do with my previous cinch's, but I guess its a small price to pay if they are more comfortable.

The only thing I dislike is the new center plate which was previously metal, and now plastic. I understand this will cut down the weight of things, but I think they should have went with something more like a light weight aluminum or something.

Bottom line, I would suggest these bindings in a heartbeat. With my previous K2 Cinch's I was the first one up and locked in and boarding down the mountain, and I expect these to be no different.