Lightweight mobility for progressive freestyle riding.
- Freestyle Core ankle strap features dual-density padding and a cored-out center section for tons of tweakable flex
- EVA baseplate padding for shock absorption and comfort
- Wedgie 2.5 angled footbed ergonomically aligns your joints for less fatigue and more power out of turns and ollies
- 3D ThinGrip toe strap works over the toe or over the top of your boot
- Forged aluminum Micro-Disc is compatible with 4-hole and Channel boards
- Flexy Stealth Highback is designed to stay out of your way during tweaks and presses
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whats the difference between a 4x4 insert...
whats the difference between a 4x4 insert and 4x2 insert board
Good aluminum binding
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Good binding. Great straps..toe strap works really well. Good Eva beds with 3 degree canting.at this price i think they should offer a zero degree and 3 degree eva pad with these.these are the worst buckles I have ever used in my life..how did these ever make it out of testing..awful.from day one couldn't get out of my bindings.they lock down well but the release is garbage..other then the buckles these are really nice bindings.but if you can't get out of them they do you any good.please fix this RIDE.
Only binding I can use!
I have lots of foot pain (under the arch, outside of the foot). I've gone through iteration after iteration of boots and bindings and have settled on the Ride Rodeo (formerly the Ride Delta MVMT). The hollowed out ankle strap directs the pressure back against my leg instead of down on the top of my foot, and the canted footbeds (you can order up to 5-degree 'wedgies' as the El Hefe footbeds fit this model) direct riding pressure more towards the bottom of my foot instead of towards the outer edge of my foot. The combination relieves the most (but not all) of my foot pain, which makes riding even possible in the first place. If they ever discontinue this model I'm screwed!
Awesome binding, once you know how to use them
First: great bindings. I LOVE the angled footpads because it naturally supports your stand on a snowboard.
NOTE: I didn't buy these from Dogfunk directly, but I thought I would give my honest review about them here since I've shopped here before.
I rode 40+ days this season in good ol' CO on these bad boys and these bindings are awesome once you get to know them. Yes, they do have 4x4 inserts (the screws they give you are a weird 2 pair connected together), but they also come with screws that you can place individually in the inserts. I use the weird 2 pair screws and offset them (far left, far right) which in turn allow my board to 'naturally' bend without the 'restriction' of my bindings, to provide extra flex on it.
At first, the screws would come loose after every 3rd run or so, but once you figure out that they have to be screwed on REALLY tight (compared to the ride bindings I had in the past, but really I think I was being a 'Nancy' about screwing my bindings on my board too tightly), there have been no issues. Also, the foot pads on them also have a screw which has to be screwed on tight as well.
Once you tune your bindings, it's all smooth riding from there.
They do the job!
Light, sturdy, easy to attach to board, easy to ratchet down and easy to release. I'm a beginner and they work just fine. I wear a 10.5 boot and got the large.
An overview of the Rodeo binding
Will these bindings fit on a 08 burton...
Will these bindings fit on a 08 burton custom
these are 4-hole and channel compatible.
Shouldn't have redesigned...
could be a good binding if ride can stop being so concerned with what burton is doing and worry about their own product. the micro-disk is NOT compatible with 4x4 inserts, only 4x2. not sure who is making boards with 4x4 still but be aware if you current deck has 4x4 inserts. make sure to get some thread lock too because all the screws that keep the binding together get loose when riding due to the chatter. there are much better bindings on the market (union, flux, forum even salomon have better designs).