Don't let your binders limit you—Marc Frank Montoya never has.
The Technine MFM Classic Snowboard Binding features a height-adjustable highback—ride with the highback at its tallest for maximum heel response in powder, or lower it as much as 2 centimeters for versatility in the park. Toe and heel ramps in these MFM Classic Bindings alleviate foot pain, dampen vibrations, absorb shock, and increase edge-to-edge responsiveness no matter where you ride. Technine's Baltimore Conversion Toe Straps pull your boots down into the heel cups in order to give you excellent energy transfer.
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are the durable enough to take a park...
are the durable enough to take a park beating
Technine always comes through with bindings so yes they'll be alright. I have a pair of technines and i blast through the powder and then hit the park hard and these things just never give up.
These bindings ride real nice and have a good flex, but the overall quality is HORIBLE. I've broken 2 heel ladders, lost 4 or 5 screws, striped the baseplate, and today the ratchet broke from the ankle strap just straping in, very bad quality
Poor Quality I Agree!!
I purchased these this season with the idea that the company who first developed the toe cap would have by far the best design. This is no way true. The material used on these bindings are cheap and wear out and strip out. I rode these bindings for 3 days and have now replaced them. Dont waste money on something that shakes loose and pulls loose in one day out. Sorry, but I was very hopeful with these and now I am just very regretful for the money I am out.
Technine used to be the best bindings but they are crap now. I bought a pair of these and a Pair of MFM pros and they both suck. The hardware is cheap. It just pulls right out of the threaded holes as you're riding. They are alot heavier than most of the competition. The straps are made of cheap vinyl fabric that is ripping after 5 uses.
very unconformable, and hard to adjust