Raiden Bindings Raiden 0 Snowboard Binding - 2008
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i got these a few months ago and havent used them yet and just wondering if they can go on the CAPiTA quiver killer board and if i can get replacement straps for them cuz everyone says they break?
By: Keenan McDonough
November 28, 2010
October 28, 2008
this is my favorite binding... it has an awesome "rad" airbag in the heel for all of those high impact landings and a comfortable ride all around... it also has a narrower, super cushy, heel strap so you have a little more movement for freestyle riding.... the revert toe strap allows you to ride it any way you want and the aluminum ratchets are smooth working and long lasting.... the highback is a responsive but lightweight perfect flexing highback for all around riding... and it has a blended baseplate with an aluminum heel cup for response and a nylon baseplate for a softer and more damp riding feel..... this binding also comes with a 2 year warranty and is awesome....
Would these bindings fit on a Burton Dominant board?
December 27, 2009
Yes they will.
January 2, 2010
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would these fit on a flow board and are they made of just parks or can i use them for all mountain riding?
December 27, 2009
Yes they will fit on a flow board and you can use them for any type of riding that you like.
January 2, 2010
January 22, 2011
I really like the way these bindings feel. Super light weight goodness. Responsive enough to shred just about anywhere but kill it in the park. Great flex and the airbag in the heal has really done it's job for me on more than one occasion. Flat landing never feels good but I definitely noticed a difference with the airbags.
What I didn't like is that they feel kinda desposible.. Mostly because I destroy bindings unfortunately. But if you do buy these be careful with the plastic pieces when you are adjusting the binders. They can get stripped and muffed up pretty easy if you're not soft with em.
I just got the Burton "Farm" board and found out that my old bindings don't work on them (the holes on the bottom attachment circle don't match up... damn).
Anyways, would these work on that board? I bought the Farm through dogfunk, so i was hoping you guys could help me out... Also, I like to ride powder and pretty much haul ass down runs- how do these hold up? Thanks!
December 24, 2009
your bindings don't match up because burton uses 3x mounting plates and eveyone else uses 4x mounting plates. You might be able to get a new set of burton-compatible mounting plates at your local shop if they don't sell them here.
By: David Zemens
December 25, 2009
March 7, 2010
The binding is very comfortable and is responsive enough even though it's on the softer side of their line. Almost anything can be adjusted, in most cases even without unmounting the binding. Looks like the guy who designed them knew what he's doing.
However, agree with a "toy" comment before. On the second day a toe strap broke, and it was a challenge to find a spare, nobody just carries them (big thanks to a guy who gave a pair of those for free). Then a screw that holds heel cup fell off - found a replacement in the nearest hardware store. The heel cap itself scratches very easily...
So if you want a good binding and don't mind having a full backpack of spare parts with you - take em.
Yes, These tor caps can go easily over the top of your boot or go around toes. I'd say they're better shaped for fitting as a toe cap, pulling the hell into the heel cup of the binding.
June 4, 2009
February 5, 2010
The binding is great , very comfy. a little too soft in the highback for me and not that great on deep snow. After a week it began to fall apart, one strap broke and the airbag just flew away on a shitty halfpipe run. They were as a toy. Still love nitro boards and boots.
These are not all mountain bindings, they are really soft and flexy. Plus they are really light weight. Definetly a park/freestyle binding... Good for Jibs
By: knut eliassen
May 8, 2009
no these are not all mountain bindings... but if u want to ride them in the mountain w/e they would go to their full extent if u rode freestyle with them... they are more of a freestyle binding
By: Jake Brandt
April 8, 2009
You can ride any binding anywhere you want... what it comes down to is if the flex of the binding is what you like. The Zero binder a medium flexing binding, the highback does have some play to it so you can tweak things. But the Aluminum heel cup gives you response when you need it. So if those two characteristics of the bindings sound like they suit your riding style, then yes it would be a good all mountain binding for you.
April 6, 2009
pretty much any binding is "all mountain." so yes.
By: PK Thunder
April 6, 2009