If you want a forgiving, supportive binding that's easy to get into, the K2 Cinch Debut Snowboard Binding is waiting.
In addition to being easy to put on, the K2 Women's Cinch Debut Snowboard Binding features a new base that's ideal for freestyle and progressing all-mountain riders. K2 made the baseplate out of fiberglass-enhanced nylon. This means the base is flexible without sacrificing stability. The comfortable Cinch highback works on a hinge—drop it back and glide your boot in with ease. Adjust the forward lean on this highback with a simple lever. Padded, 3D ankle and toe straps spread pressure more evenly so you get a solid fit with no hot spots. Wear your toe strap around the front of your toes or on top of your foot.
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what size bindings do i need for a womens...
what size bindings do i need for a womens size 6
k2 cinch debut bindings
size small or medium. You're right between the two sizes, would probably be best to take your boots with you and try them in both sizes to see which fits better. If you can't do that, I'd go with the medium, you should be able to tighten the straps just enough to fit most size 6 boots.
what size binding do i need for womens...
what size binding do i need for womens size 6?
It depends on your boot. The make and model make a huge difference. For a size 6, you could go in a small, but it might be really tight depending on the boot. You could go with a medium to be safe, but might end up with slop. If its low profile- small, if it's big and cushy, a medium. (If it's K2, then small)
Wanted to love them......but......
I really wanted to love these bindings, and I'd heard great things from 2 friends who have them, so I was excited to try them out. -----but----- I'm finding the Cinch to be useless and the overall binding not high quality. I've found that it's almost impossible to flip up the back when I have the straps as snug as I like them. They kinda work if I loosen the bindings before flipping the back down, but the point was to not have to adjust. Plus, you need a really flat surface to strap in on or else you're trying to balance and point your foot into the binding while sliding down the mountain. Too hard! If you decide to sit down you can't strap in at all without flipping the back up and then unbuckling the straps. Additionally, the buckles are too tight/stiff, so they're really tough to release if you want to just use them as a normal binding. However, as a disclaimer to this: my boots might be a smidge too big for the size of bindings. Also my boots are slightly too big for my feet and I like a really snug fit to my board so I crank down the bindings pretty tight.
On the upside, once they're on, they're great to ride. I just wish I'd gotten a really good standard binding instead of trying out the new technology. I'll probably sell them at the end of the season and get some new ones before next winter.