They would have included the kitchen sink, it just didn't make much sense.
- Cinch technology makes entering and exiting the binding super quick and easy while maintaining the performance of strap bindings
- Chatter and impact management are handled by Harshmellow, a synthetic compound strategically placed in K2 boards, boots, and bindings to dampen vibration
- C2 aluminum baseplates add stiffness and light weight for quick response
- Lite-Speed aluminum ratchets are light and durable
- Offset mounting discs offer the greatest number of positioning possibilities
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I had the old CTS and these were a major upgrade being lighter and better than the old ones, I would recommended these and future models.
I broke my 5 year old CTS bindings and just boarded on the CTX. They are great, easy to adjust and get on and off. Very positive control of the board. They weigh more than other bindings but the ease of taking them on and off makes up for it.
Has anyone ridden both the Cinch and a...
Has anyone ridden both the Cinch and a Flow binding and can compare the two?
I used flows for 3 years and have used cinch for 5. The cinch is much more secure and give you better control of the board. I just got the CTX and find them the best choice of the 3 although much more expensive.
I have ridden two sets of these and both base plates broke. These are a horrible binding. I went with Flow NXT, much happier.
does anyone have pointers on mounting the...
does anyone have pointers on mounting the k2 ctx bindings?
Bindings are great! Very easy/quick to get on/off and plenty of adjustability. The HarshMellow pads are super soft and a big improvement from my 08' CTS Cinch bindings. Didn't feel much difference in the weight compared to the others but overall a great binding!
K2 is proud of these!! A lot of $$$$
Cost a lot of $$$$$ but for a reason. These things have a lot of adjustability. So it is nice for really dialing in but also might take a day or two worth of snow time to get em just right. Fast, easy, comfortable, and look good. But still cost $$$$. To me they are worth it though I guess.
get better bindings than these!
On my birhtday first day, 2nd run i broke the cable guide on my front binding up to then these worked great. I still used them for a half a day afterwards but i would not recommend getting them unless u want $300 of disappointment .
What makes these worth the extra $90 over...
What makes these worth the extra $90 over the CTS?
the ctx are way lighter and constructed with carbon rails instead of plastic. i have the cts and love em but i have had problems. the guides for the cables have snapped on the back a few times and i broke one of the side rails. on the good side i'm about 280 lbs. so i'm putting them through a lot and k2 has had a no questions asked attitude about replacing parts. all they need is address and what part you need. they didn't even ask about warranty. if you got the extra cash and have alotta weight pushing these bindings or care about a lighter ride i'd bump up to ctx but if not the cts work great. kinda fun to strap in on the chair and ride right off to.
I am trying to figure out wether i want...
I am trying to figure out wether i want the 2010 burton cartels or 2010 k2 cinch ctx can anyone help?