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This is what years of experience does for you.

Ride put more than a decade of experience into the SPI Snowboard Binding, so you can be sure it's as dialed as you are. An R2 Chassis System uses an adjustable heel cup to allow a custom adjustment. Ride's Convertible Grip toe strap lets you choose between an over-the-top or around-the-front fit. Not to mention the soft landing you'll get from the highly padded Wedgie 3.0 Footbed.

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3 5

good, not great

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

After time the connections all seem to come loose. I'm a bigger rider and put a lot of force on my bindings. After time this pair frequently came loose at all connection points after less than a day riding. They are still on my rock board, but, I can't trust them for serious riding any more.

5 5

responsive, comfy, strap it on baby

love these bad boys. a lot more sturdy than they look. at first i thought i would destroy these things, especially the release tabs on the strap ratchet, but I've ridden the turds outa these things and everything is still there and working like a champ. love the straps, distribute pressure well, super comfy. super responsiveness too. if you're used to soft flexi bindings then u may have to get used to these. they make the board do what u tell it to do, when u tell it to do it ;) i love these. great on all mountain boards

5 5

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Will these fit OK with a Sierra Crew? &...

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Will these fit OK with a Sierra Crew? & Flow Rift Boots? Im a size 8.5 looking to get a medium

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Yeah man you should be good to go. Ride makes their bidings fit the best with Ride boots(like most companies), but obv they are compatable to almost every boot out. You will just have a lil more play in the cage of the binding(foot bed, heel cup and sides), but not overly much. I had a pair of 32 Lashes with a pair of Ride Beta's and there was a lil more room than I would have liked. But to be honest it ddnt make any difference to me because I have size 12 boots and L/XL bindings. So smashing my big ass feet into larger bindings was ok for me. But these should be just fine for ya. Hope this helped bro

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A large fits 8-11. Depending on the volume of the boot, it would be safer to go with a Large and size the heel cup short.

Video about Wedgie Canted footbeds

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This binding is equiped with Wedgie canted (angled) footbeds from Ride. Letting you Ride long and Ride stronger. Why should you care? Watch the video.

5 5

Great Binding

This is a great all mountain binding! I've been riding it for a few months now and have absolutely loved the wedgie footbeds. They enable me to ride longer with less soreness and fatigue in my knees. I'm able to use a wider stance more comfortably which has really improved my riding this season! I was worried that the toe strap wouldn't be very strong and the webbing would eventually break but there has been absolutely no noticeable wear.

I ride this binding on my GNU Park Pickle and use it as an all mountain binding. I ride the park usually two days a week and all mountain when the fresh snow hits. These bindings are not super light but they aren't what I would describe as heavy either.

The only issue I've had is the emblem on the back of the highback on one of my bindings has broken off. I don't really care, but that part was obviously not made to last very long as the plastic that connects it to the highback is very small and weak. Not enough of an issue for me to lose a star!

5 5

recommended

Awesome binding really responsive, front strap awesome

5 5

Ride SPI binding

So far im loving these bindings. Construction looks and feels to be very solid. Straps and ratchets work smoothly. I really like the toe strap webbing, works nice and has never slipped off. The wedgie footbeds also make alot of sense and keeps your legs and knees in a comfortable angle. These bindings look and perform very well, I have no complaints. I have only used them 7 times so i cant comment on the longevity or durability of them, but so far so good.
My experience
Used: 7 times
Terrain Ive been on: All mountain, groomers, dbl blacks, terrain park
Skill level: advanced

Are these bindings pretty light or heavy

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Are these bindings pretty light or heavy

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not to heavy but not super light either

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Are these a little softer than the CADs?...

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Are these a little softer than the CADs? How about compared to the RX?

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I liked these bindings until I had the misfortune of dealing with rides customer service department. The very first day I rode on these bindings on the first run the small buckle broke, since then the ratcheting buckle has also broke. I had to place screws into it to hold in into place so I could still use them on my trip. The Frankensteined in place screws have been holding and ive been riding on the screws for several weeks now. Why have I been riding on screws in place of the buckles you may ask, because rides customer service is shit. it takes them a minimum of a week to get back to you then they do not want to send you the needed replacement part even when its a manufacturer defect. Ive been fighting with them for the past week just to get a simple buckle. I ended up going to Valsurf here in LA and the dude hooked me up FREE with the parts I needed. They to informed me getting ride to send any type of replacement part even when its under warranty is damn near impossible. If your a big rider, (Im 6'3" 235lbs) you might want to get some replacement parts before you start using them to save yourself this hassle. At this point if i can find another brank of bindings that hold my big ass feet im switching just due to the shitty customer service from ride.

5 5

all mountain flex

most of you come looking for this binder so a review wont help all of you... but for the few of you that havent ridden this binding or know someone that has, this binding is the king of the mountain... this binding is the ultimate in response and comfort.. a powerflex highback gives you the fastest response possible while maintaining comfort on your calf... the balance ankle strap gives you design and comfort... the convertible grip toe strap makes sure that no matter where you ride this strap, it will stay put... the wedgie 3.0 footbed gives you an unmatched feeling of comfort in your legs while giving you a ton of power that you never had before... the r2 chassis is the ultimate in power and response as well as carries a limited lifetime warranty on itself... this binder has it all...

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Is this - http://sale.snowboards.net/snowboard-bindings/c1000004213/ride-spi-snowboard-bindings-2009-p129380.html - the same binding? will it work with a Burton Bullet (a really old bullet that is). can dogfunk match that price as i'd rather buy it from you all.