Ride Delta MVMNT Snowboard Binding - 2009
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March 8, 2010
These bindings have got to be the sweetest bindings I've ever bought! The Wedgie cusion supplies a lot of pop, like in the adds, but it also it makes landing hard or flat a walk in the park... to an extent, (don't overshoot an 80 footer just to test it). There also made of metal so unlike Burton Cartels, or Customs, (which I snaped) there not too easy to break. Any one who's serious about snowboarding and is willing to spend the money should definately get them.
February 11, 2010
Initial Impressions: I got these bindings as a replacement for my Nitranes. They have a very similar feel to the Nitranes, although they have a touch more heft.
Gear tested with: Ride RFL size 11.5 boots, Machete 162
Conditions ridden in: Light powder, packed powder, *thin* cover
Verdict: These are super comfortable. I barely notice I have them on. I like the wedgie footbeds - you don't really notice it while you're riding them, but if you switch to a friend's board, suddenly you don't feel right anymore. I find that I can ride longer, harder, with less fatigue or discomfort. This is helpful to me because I have a bum knee.
At the same time, I feel highly connected to my board. Anything I want to do, I can do, and I never felt limited by my gear. Even in some real sketch conditions, I still had edge to edge carving and overall edge control. Great bindings, A+.
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November 27, 2009
this binding is a super flexible freestyle binding in all of the areas that you want a binding to be flexible, but toe to heel, it adds a crazy amount of response that others cant claim... a wedgie 2.5 footbed gives you a power in your olly ability that you cant get anywhere else... its like having the ability to step on the tail of a skate board added into your snowboard... this gives you an advantage in olly ability... a flexlight highback provides response without adding weight and pressure points... the mobility cored out ankle strap is light and so comfortable.. the convertible grip toe strap means that this toe strap will stay in place no matter how hard you land... this is an awesome freestyle binding...
November 24, 2009
These are even better than the beta's that I had before (now discontinued). Ride continues to improve on their bindings. The only thing that I think they could do to improve on with these bindings would be to add more options on adjusting the highbacks. I will be getting the other footbeds that have more angle in towards the center to get a wider more comfortable stance. The angled footbeds are probably the best new design feature out of any board product since reverse camber. The only differences I see between these and the alpha's are the ankle strap and the alphas are a bit lighter.
December 28, 2009
These bindings are tough and light. The bindings are a medium flex, but offer good heel to toe response. They are a forgiving binding for park runs, jibbing, jumping, and yet stiff enough to rip the rest of the mountain. I can't say enough about the Wedgie footbeds, which put your feet, ankles, and knees back in alignment. The Convertible Toe Grip sticks like glue, rocked capped or over top. Super comfy. I've had Ride RX's, Beta's, and CAD's, and have to say the Delta's are my favorite all purpose bindings. Bottom line...they rock.