There's Zero chance of not having fun on this binding.
Ride the mountain like it's a gigantic skatepark with the Nitro Men's Zero Snowboard Binding. It's lightweight and flexible for a skate-like feel, and it's got plenty of cushioning to handle big drops, choppy runs, and overshot jumps.
Your leg isn't perfectly symmetrical, so the Asym Zero highback isn't either. The asymmetrical design matches with your leg's shape to allow for better comfort and control, and it's cored-out in strategic areas to reduce weight and increase flexibility for tweaking tricks. New this season is the Stealth Open Air baseplate for a lightweight feel and a medium flex. It's also equipped with Nitro's Air dampening system to absorb impact from harsh landings and reduce vibration for a smooth ride. The canted footbed aligns your legs in a more natural position for greater comfort and less fatigue, and it's made with EVA for comfort.
Low-profile Slim Cut ankle straps are comfortable without feeling mushy, and the toe strap can be worn over the toe or in front of the toe to pull your boot back into the binding's heelcup. The forged aluminum buckles work with the composite Speedwheel for years of smooth, slip-free use, and Easy Entry Buckle Tech keeps the straps out of your way when you're stepping into your binding.
- Asym Zero highback
- Stealth Open Air baseplate
- 3-degree canted footbed with dual-density padding
- Nitro Air Dampening
- Slim Cut ankle straps
- B.E.S.T. convertible toe strap
- Aluminum Speedwheel buckles
- Easy Entry buckle tech
Share your thoughts
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have last years model on a K2 World Wide Weapon and they work great. They are a more medium/soft flex so they are pretty good all mountain but you can take them through the park. Only thing I didn't like was that the springs on the ratchets can get over stretched, but other than that these are fabulous. Also, I'm not sure if this is because of the mini disks, but when I toe side, the heel end of the baseplate comes up off the deck, but it doesn't really affect the riding.