These bindings won't hold you back.
Ride cored the sidewalls of the Delta MVMNT Snowboard Bindings' chassis to give you super lightweight bindings with enhanced forward and side-to-side flex—all without sacrificing heelside response. With LandLite EVA footbeds and urethane landing pads, these bindings provide direct connection between boots and board, as if you have no base, yet absorb shock. Ride shaped the Delta MVMNT's FlexLite highbacks to flex more than average from side to side for enhanced mobility in the park.
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do these have toe cap strap? cant tell by...
do these have toe cap strap? cant tell by picture
the ride delta has a convertable toe strap that will rotate parallel to the footbed. it can function as a toe cap strap as well.
i have boots that have sice 7 and a hafe...
i have boots that have sice 7 and a hafe and i need the sice of the bindings
You need to buy the 7-9 size.
Actually, Tore, you need to go back to school, and learn how to spell. Size, not "sice".
Ride bindings have not let me down. My first pair of bindings were Ride, and now I run Ride Deltas on my NS SL-R and i run Older Ride SPi's with 2007/08 burton toe-caps (prior to the hole in the toe style seen these days). As a shop employee and a seasoned rider: Rides provide the stability and stiffness needed for daily abuse on pow and park runs alike.
I like these a lot. I used to ride Burton Freestyles when I was a chump but they sucked (they've improved them since, but still). I bought some Rossi Jones's too... don't ask me why. I've rode a lot of others too and these Ride Delta MVMNT are as good as any others I've rode. They are comfy and responsive and SOLID and that's all you can ask for.
The ratchets take a little getting used to (like 10 minutes) but they work great despite what a lot of losers say. The only complaint I have is the baseplates. Cool idea making them adjustable for boot sizes. Thing is I wear a size 12 and like the binding back so I don't go toe surfing. When I set the binding in I have to turn the baseplate around to get the right angle, then slide it backwards to the mounting holes without F#ck*ng up my dial. It's kinda a pain in the ass when it winds up on the wrong setting. No more complaints though!
BTW - I got my size 12 boot to fit in a friend's 9/11 size binding once and rode all day. It squeezed on the sides though so I recommend ordering the right size. Just saying....
Hey i have size 11 ride boots and a ltd...
Hey i have size 11 ride boots and a ltd logic 159 was wondering if these boots would work with those 2
yah dude totally get the 9 11 ones anyway. these bindings are the steeze. i bought em for 200 org and i would pay every cent back. thay like hold ur foot in soooooo well its almost too funny. i dont' nessasary like the color but w.e still steeez
Just do it.
You can't go wrong with these bindings. Relatively lightweight, enough flex for rails and tweaks in the park and enough response to power you around the mountain, instead of getting kicked around by choppy snow. Nice footbed with LOTS of padding for landing those jumps on hardpack. Not the most adjustable, but adjustable enough to fit most boots. Really, just go for it.
Do you know how close the lime greeen color...
Do you know how close the lime greeen color bindings are to the LibTech Skate Banana?
Also,, I wear an 11.5 boot.. Will the Large binding(9-11) fit an 11.5 Boot?
This binding has a darker green on it than the skate bananna which has a brighter green on it. These bindings are sized very specifically and the baseplate is not adjustable so I would recommend going with the 11-13
9-11 will fit an 11.5 boot unless you have a bulky boot.
mean and green
so i swooped these bad boys to match my ride kink wide and they go so well together its awesome. they have plenty of adjustments all without tools! these babies are nice and soft with padding and good flex for pressing and rigid for the speed runs. the only thing i would tell someone to watch out for is that the white will get dirty after a few trips... i haven't cleaned my cuz i don't care but it will come off with a but of hot water and some dish soap. i forgot to mention the build quality is amazing and the materials are strong and well stitched together. i think these will last a long time.
Awesome bindings! Extremely responsive and has a great solid feel. I have this set up with a park board & the responsiveness is off the charts!! Great straps that I do not have to worry about coming loose as well as a super lightweight alloy construction that I know will not crack, unlike the hardened plastic bindings. I have the 2009 Black Delta Movement & it the appearance is beautiful.
the binding is good, well constructed and color just match my board perfectly. but previously owning a flow makes me hate to sit down all the time to strap in. other than that, it's a great binding.
These bindings are incredibly well-made, super comfortable and devilishly handsome.
Reinforced ratchets, convertible toe-cap/strap and optional cushioning for your big sweaty gross feet. Just don't get the lime green color, because that's what I've got and you'd be cramping my style.
i have the 2 years ago model of these bindings and i ride pretty much all day everyday during the winter and they have lasted me 2 years. they are freakin amazing bindings i highly recommend