High performance meets value in the K2 Indy Snowboard Binding.
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Bought these bindings back in April to go w/ my new K2 Format. I just used my new set up this past weekend down at Heavenly at Tahoe. After a day of riding I've come to the conclusion that these bindings are awesome. As an intermediate rider I progressed so much in one afternoon of riding. I struggled w/ making crisp turns on my last setup (Sims Absolute 159 wide/Burton freestyles), but the K2 Indys were very responsive. I was able to easily cut through moguls at high speeds. These bindings are hella comfortable, and they are lightweight. On my last setup I felt like I had to fight the board when I wanted to turn. These bindings made turning easy. I really like how easy it is to make adjustments to these bindings. However, make sure you check all the strap buckles every few runs to make sure they are locked into place. Other than that, they are flawless. I feel confident that I will continue to dramatically improve as a rider with these bindings.
are the K2 Indy bindings park or all...
are the K2 Indy bindings park or all mountain bindings? cause i need park bindings for the K2 www board. is it a good match? also, i have a size 12 boot. XL looking good there?
These bindingsare horrible. Since the first day i found them uncomftrable and the starps started ripping apart, now they ar almost just plastic bindings and are messing up my boots!!
Pretty sweet bindings
These are pretty good bindings especially for the price. The only problem I have with them is that they don't really want to un-ratchet...maybe that's a good thing, but it slows you down when you want to get out quick. Other than that they look cool and are a nice ride. It's cool how you can pick when to strap on the toe.
Solid at first, not so much later
I first bought these bindings to rock my K2 Select wide I purchased this season and was stoked. Matching color, solid straps, all the beans in the bucket. However after about 5-6 times out to the local hill the ankle and toe straps on my back foot got all torn up, the ratchets loosened and overall they broke down a lot. I liked them as I was an intermediate but next year I'm probly gonna be rocking a DC board with Forum Republics and some DC super park boots. Overall they were solid for a starter but not for what I needed to progress
I matched the black/red bindings with a 158 K2 Anagram board and I love the look! The set-up is sick! I got mad compliments in the park and on the lifts from riders and people in the lodge were staring :) They perform as described above and better! 110% recommend these bindings!
UPDATE: Yeah, they /looked/ great for the first two days I wore them and by the third day the meshing on the upper binding strap was completely torn, revealing the binding cables and internal padding. Pix above. This was after one weekend of freer-riding about 6hrs a day and maybe 1 or 2 in the park. HIGHLY disappointed in the quality of this product. Contacting K2 directly for a refund. I'm looking elsewhere for my next bindings...
I just bought bigger boots to fit in last...
I just bought bigger boots to fit in last years bindings - how do I adjust the binding to fit the bigger boot?? Thanks, jo
Take the toe ramp out farther, it will prevent toe drag and give you better respone on your toes.You can also undo the screws just behind the toe strap and adjust the binding's length. It takes a little wiggling to move it. Adjusting this makes my size 12 boot fit great in the L binding.
I need info for European size? How can I...
I need info for European size? How can I do orientation about size?
http://www.k2snowboarding.com/bindingsclick on size chart.