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Freestyle-focused performance that hits harder than a trunk full of subs.

Marc Franc Montoya is a bad, bad dude. The guy's been laying waste to all types of terrain for longer than you've probably been snowboarding. From street sessions to AK spines, MFM holds it down - just like his pro-model Technine binding. A staple of the T9 line for years, the just-right flex and cushy, adjustable straps add up to a super-versatile package that will take you anywhere you want to go.
  • Adjustable highbacks improve lateral mobility and heel-edge response
  • One-piece EVA footbed padding offers reliable shock absorption
  • Adjustable toe/heel ramps and tool-free straps make it easy to dial in a custom fit to your board and boots
  • Baltimore toe strap fits over the front of your boot for improved heel hold and less pressure on your toes

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So, just rode these first time yesterday....

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So, just rode these first time yesterday. First impression... ...light, flexy, and uber comfy. Only problem is the ratchets seem to skip before the binders are tight as I think they should be. The teeth on the ratchets don't seem "sharp" enough. Anyone else know anything about this?

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Kod,

It may be that your heel or toe strap is not centered over your boot. Try extending the strap out some and provide more room to crank down the ratchet/strap. Also, press into strap while lifting the ratchet, and you should get a solid lock! I hope you continue to enjoy!

-Ryan