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Ride's all-terrain, all-the-time, all-the-way binders.

Strap on the all-terrain Ride RX Snowboard Binding and shred any terrain you point your stick at. Freestyle responsiveness, full fit customization, and UltraLite Quick-Draw ratchets power your riding from the peak to the park. The RX's lightweight Support Plus ankle stap spreads pressure across your ankle to eliminate pressure points. Move the convertible toe strap from the top of the boot to the front of the toe depending on your preference. The highback and ankle strap feature tool-less adjustments so you don't have to go scouting around for a screwdriver when you need a couple tweaks.

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Does a size 13 work on the XL bindings?

Does a size 13 work on the XL bindings?

4 5

Review Title

Solid bindings. Good medium flex that is stiff enough to handle some steep lines and cliffs. Only complaint is comfort. Not painful or bothersome just not super cozy. Great bindings for their price.

Are these bindings aluminum or plastic?

Are these bindings aluminum or plastic?

will these work for any snowboard

will these work for any snowboard

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Any board but a Burton ICS system board. Otherwise everything else will work.

3 5

Alright

Solid binders. For sure straps need work. A all the way toe strap would be nice No breakage though good price. I don't know if I would go with ride again though

3 5

Alright

Solid binders. For sure straps need work. If they are too tight they get stuck and hard to unstrap. A all the way toe strap would be nice. No breakage though good price. I don't know if I would go with ride again though

4 5

Solid

I've been riding these for 3 seasons now, and they have never failed me.

I originally went in for a set of cheapies, because I was just making the transition into intermediate riding, but since I am 6'-4" and 225 lbs., the guy at the store recommended I go with something with an aluminum base instead of the poly.

That being said, they're great for tearing down the mountain at neck-breaking speed, quick adjustments and rapid input transfer -- but definitely stiff for rails and landing 20-footers, although I would feel confident that they wouldn't bust on me if I did.

If you're a hoss like me, then get 'em. If you're smaller and/or park rat, go for something softer.

do these bindings fit to a burton '09'...

do these bindings fit to a burton '09' snowboard with ics rail mounting system?

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Burton sells a converter disk that lets you use traditional bindings with ICS.

hi - do you have spare ratchets and ladders...

hi - do you have spare ratchets and ladders for these bindings?

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Dogfunk doesnt sell them but Ride's warranty and parts depo is really cool, after my first year on these bindings hey gave me a new ladder set and mounting disks for free even after my warranty is up. Just go to their website and check it out

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ya they will send you part you need for free. As i was told

4 5

Solid Binding

Pretty simple...gets the job done...well built. Exactly what I want in a binding. Nothing crazy but that's a good thing. Great all around binders from the park to the pow. The Ride buckles threw me off a bit, no big deal.

4 5

3 years and still killin it

Been riding these for 3 years and havent needed new bindings, need say more? ok i will anyway. they are juist mid weight, not super light or heavy...response is good, but stil flexible enough to butter the crap outta them. comfort could use some work, ankle strap is thin and hard, and toe strap is just a mess. toe strap is uncomfortable, pinches both sides of tow box, and falls off...shock padding is nice tho, no complaints on that...other gripes are the bad ratchets, go tight but strip easy, and when they are tight they are really hard to get off.
BOTTOM LINE: is that they arent perfect, but they WORK!...they do the job for under 200 bucks, cant ask for much more

Write your question here... I'm just getting...

Write your question here... I'm just getting back into riding after a severe broken ankle. Just wondering how much support these will give along with my boots?

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hey, ive been riding these for three years and have fractured both ankles twice (before i started riding)...aaaaaaaand with these bindings about 5 days a year i sprain my ankles (minorly) while riding. and thats with 3 different pairs of boots too...i would look elsewhere

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I use the RX binding's because they're stiff. I have very weak ankles due to repeated injury and these things work very well for me. I definately recommend RX binding for people with bad ankles like myself (boots willing of course). I've used many sets of binding's in the last 4 years and the RX so far has been the stiffest.

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For looking elsewhere, I would suggest a physical therapist or a podiatrist. I don't think 5 sprains per season is representative of these bindings. Hey, I have a bad ankle too, but Ride's not gonna fix that.

5 5

Awesome Bindings

I purchased Ride bindings for the first time and fell in love. These bindings look great, feel great, and ride great. The only gripe I have with them is the toe extender is one piece with the toe strap and the screws loosen throughout the day. Making the extender slide back I dont notice it much but its annoying.

I have DC boots in 11 1/2. Should I go...

I have DC boots in 11 1/2. Should I go with an L or XL binding?

5 5

RE: Beast!

You are correct they are easy to tighten and release, but if you haven't rode them why would you rate them.

5 5

beast!

I havent rode in them yet but the look freakin awsome and are easy to tighten and release

5 5

Rock solid!

I have only ridden these bindings on four trips to the hill, but they are way mo' betta than my last set! They have great support without the concrete feel and the high back is great and gives you a lot of options. They are comfortable enough to ride day after day on while strong enough to handle whatever you throw at em. Doesn't hurt that the red ones I got look dope on my board either! Highly recommended!

Ride or Burton??????I'm tryin' to decide...

Ride or Burton??????I'm tryin' to decide wether or not to get the Cartels or these... I'm pretty much an all mountain rider but love da park. Any suggestions????????? Personally, i hate Burton bindings, but the reviews on the Cartels had me thinkin...

4 5

Nice and Tight

Got these bindings at a discount which make them even sweeter. The first time I strapped into them, I was shocked by the comfort and support they provided. I use an XL and the high back gives me the perfect support and leverage for tight carves on my heel edge and the extending toe plate for my toes edge. The response is solid, but not too hard. The extra padding on the toe plate make landings enjoyable as I have had my knees reconstructed several times over the last 4 years. I rode hard for 4 days in a row on these bindings hitting the park, pipe, powder, and chord, and I have to say that my knees felt great with the extra padding. The only downfall that comes to mind regarding these bindings is that during 7ft+ landings the bindings did feel slightly too stiff. The straps distribute the pressure across your boots evenly for a snug fit and the convertible toe strap rivals Burton's toecap.

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If I wear a size 12 would you recommend a large or extra large binding?