'Cause it's jib time, every time.
A master of freestyle persuasion, the Ride Rodeo Snowboard Binding specializes in destroying park lines, laying clean presses, and jibbing everything in sight. This medium-soft binding has plenty of lateral flex for tweaked grabs and presses, yet it still delivers ample response when you're charging down the mountain.
Built around Ride's aluminum Infinity chassis, the binding's adjustable heelcup allows you to dial-in a proper fit to your preferred boot size and brand. This chassis uses a forged aluminum Mini Disc, which is approximately 30% smaller in size than traditional discs. What this does is allow for an even, more consistent flex, as the binding's underfoot "dead zone" is eliminated.
Helping you butter, press, and tweak without sacrificing much response, the Stealth highback offers a softer flex at the top for maximum tweakability with a slightly stiffer flex below for improved edge-to-edge response. Its Wedgie footbed aligns your knees properly for enhanced comfort and improved pop, especially when you're riding rockered boards. Plus, EVA base padding soaks up high-speed chatter and flat landings, making this one plush ride.
Equipped with a Freestyle Asym ankle strap, the Rodeo won't pinch or cause nasty pressure points, thanks to its asymmetrical design. Making sure your ankle strap doesn't get in your way when you're strapping in, the binding's FlipSide Mount strap keeps it off to the side for added
convenience. Additionally, the binding's 3D ThinGrip toe strap conforms to your boot with its web-like rubber, which sucks your heel back into the binding for a better fit and improved response.
- Aluminum Infinity chassis with adjustable heelcup
- Forged aluminum Micro-Disc (mounts to 4-hole, channel systems)
- Stealth Highback with tool-less forward lean
- Wedgie footbed with EVA base padding
- Freestyle Asym ankle strap
- 3D ThinGrip toe strap
- FlipSide Mount strap
- AstroGlyde LT ratchets
Share your thoughts
not that flexible
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I've been using burton exile bindings from 2009 for years. those are the most flexible bindings I've found for park riding, yet. hoped these would be as flexible. they're not. otherwise, solid binding.