The Ride Beta MVMT Snowboard—one-of-a-kind look, one-of-a-kind performance.
Each and every Ride Beta MVMNT Snowboard Binding is spray painted or brushed with a one-of-a-kind graphic. The style, combined with a super cush landing system and full-flex mobility, make the Ride Beta MVMT a freestyle binding like nothing else out there. Rock the Convertible TL Toe Strap over the top or cap style, depending on your preference. Ride's Movement Chassis System provides plenty of lateral flex for tweaking out tricks, with enough heel-toe response to slay the powder. When your flying over the transition in the park and about to land flat, you'll appreciate that Ride included two layers of cushioning—a EVA and Smooth Ride Landing pads, and a Urethane Toolbar Basepad—to soak up some of the impact.
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I love the big straps and the padding underfoot. These are a solid binding for all-mountain riding. Ive used them on a lot of different terrain and always have good response whether its deep pow, groomers, or chunky and hardpacked. Theyre good for throwin spins too. But one thing i didnt like is that they are a little heavy compared to all nylon/plastic bindings. The aluminum is what weights them down. Not a big deal, just be aware you can find lighter bindings.
Solid bindings with great strap-in/out mechanics.
Awesome Freestyle Bindings!
Super flexible binding, used on a Burton Dom 154. Board sucks and is falling apart on me but the bindings are the saving grace when I ride. Unbelievable control, love the massive ankle strap, toe/cap strap, and the padding for cushy landings. For those complaints about the ratchets not loosening immediately, all it takes is pulling the ratchet to crank it a bit more and pulling on the release. Used with DC Scout and DC Allegiance Boots and had no problems with fit. Also own the Ride SPIs for my powder/mountain board and love em!
Only two words needed SUPER AWSOME thats awsome with a cape
the only problem i have with these bindings is that everytime i go to unstrap one strap always sticks and wont come off
Diesel Freestyle Binding
It's early in the season, and my mountain JUST recently opened top to bottom, but I love the Ride Beta MVMNTs. I'm a big guy, so I'm a big fan of the tough, rigid highbacks and the monster ankle strap. I dig the convertible toe cap/strap, but I notice you really have to tighten the piss out of it if you use it in toe cap form. These bindings fit my Ride Dose wonderfully.
I'm not sure if it's just my particular boots, but my 32 Prospects don't fit the binding very well, there's some gappage in the heel cup. Lucky for me, I needed to buy new boots anyway, and the Ride Deuce's are a perfect fit. Keep in mind that if you're using a brand of boot other than Ride that you may not get a premium fit.
Overall, great binding. Looking forward to rockin' em' all season long.
these bindings are the best! they are super padded and they are pretty light. One thing Im not so sure about is the straps. Ive struggled a lot to take the bindings off once I tighten them, they dont come loose so easily, but Im sure once you get the hang of it they arent bad at all.
Shred the Gnar!
The beta binding is one of the best all mountain bindings on the market. It comes with the Movement tray, which is Ride's lightest weight aluminum tray to date. Added to that the cored ankle straps provide great support but still have a great medium/stiff flex to allow you to have fun in the terrain park. It also comes with Ride's convertible toe strap, which can be used as a traditional strap or a toe cap with it's stretchy material that stays in place.
Light weight, responsive, comfortable, go everywhere and looks pretty bad ass to top it off. You will not be disappointed in this binding.