Strap into the Ride EX for comfort and insane versatility.
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These bindings are durable and light
Easy to adjust, nice a comfy. Ride has really stepped up the quality of their bindings. They feel a bit soft at times, but none the less, a good binding.
Not bad at all
Easy to adjust the straps, They have a great set-up. And just feel sturdy compared to some of the plastic ones I have messed with. Everyone who has seen them has liked them and some wanted to buy some for themselves.
Good binding was not that expensive I just needed something basic for the rest of this season . Holds well on the foot ... like the design, you can move the high back to go horizontally with the board adds extra comfort. Love the conversion system you can use the toe strap on top of the foot or actually cupping the toe and pushing the heel back into the high back. Looks clean rides well No problems this far .. reacts well while spinning and is lightweight .
My mama js got me these bindings for X-Mas...Their freakin awsome....
The Ride EX binding has started out great this season. I bought these for my husband, and he is really happy with them so far. Lots of support.
Don't let the price fool you
The little brother to the SPI binding. The EX is also a go-everywhere, do-anything binding with a few differences. The base tray is a different shape; you still get great response out of it, but is toned down a bit for that intermediate rider.
The flex of the binding overall is a medium flex, making it a bit more forgiving than the SPI if you are in hairy situations.
If you are an intermediate rider trying to progress your skills, this is a great binding to help you get to the next level of riding.