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Keep your butt dry.

There's no need to park your rear in the cold snow when you can simply step into the Roxy Women's Rock-it Blast Snowboard Binding. Just slide your foot into the binding (with the straps already set at your preferred spot), flip up the reclining highback, and go. Now, isn't that better than your present routine? We thought so.

  • Full-coverage EVA cushioning on top of the baseplate offers cushions impacts
  • Tool-free toe and ankle strap levers make adjustments a breeze
  • 3D contoured ankle strap and form-fitting toe strap offer a secure, comfortable fit
  • Chair Lift Relief buckle lets you loosen the straps on your attached foot without losing your board

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5 5

great, quick binding

I do not have a lot of experience with snowboard bindings, but I do like this one. It is indeed a fast alternative to the typical ratchet-type binding. It is a two step process to fasten it on and a one step to release. It will hold your foot tight with no problem or discomfort. My daughters and I all use these bindings.

5 5

great, quick binding

I do not have a lot of experience with snowboard bindings, but I do like this one. It is indeed a fast alternative to the typical ratchet-type binding. It is a two step process to fasten it on and a one step to release. It will hold your foot tight with no problem or discomfort. My daughters and I all use these bindings.

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Is this binding compatible with the new...

Is this binding compatible with the new 2012 Ride Compact board?