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F'in light. Get it?

Looking for a super-light, soft-flexing freestyle binding that lets you lock into presses and tweak the hell out of grabs, but still gives you enough support for the big jump line? Set your sights on the Union Flite Binding.

The lightweight Flite highback has a soft flex for boned-out blunts and surfy pow turns, but is still supportive enough to take to the jump line. Further weight shavings can be credited to the lightweight, freestyle-oriented Flite baseplate, and an extruded anodized aluminum heelcup reduces weight while maintaining strength and stiffness. 3D Direct-Connect ankle straps provide a secure and responsive fit without creating painful pressure points, and the Open Toe Strap is low-profile and cored-out to wrap around the front of your boot for a comfy and secure fit.

  • Flite highback
  • Flite baseplate
  • Extruded anodized aluminum heelcup
  • Dual-density EVA bushings
  • Single-layer 3D Direct-Connect ankle strap
  • Open toe strap
  • Injected aluminum buckles
  • Universal discs

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Are you guess going to get a size Medium...

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Are you guess going to get a size Medium anytime soon?

Best Answer Responded on

Hey Aurore,

At this time we do not have any purchase orders for bringing in more inventory. I am sorry.

Which size of union bindings should i use...

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Which size of union bindings should i use If i wear dc boots size 8.5?

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Hey Aurore,

Thank you for your question.

For an 8.5 sized boot I would use a M/L sized binding.

3 5

Not what I expected

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

When i bought these bindings I was pretty stoked until I actually started using them. They are more soft than I originally wanted and not nearly as much cushion as i would have liked for those fun kickers. They are pretty lite and I like the style and they do eel good around my feet.

4 5

first date

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

so i've been touring on a splitboard almost exclusively for about 7 years now. I've even made the switch to tech toe pieces and hardboots. all of this is great for getting a lot of turns in remote places and climbing up shit, however my overall snowboard riding skill has decreased a lot since my days spinning laps in the resort. I recently decided to upgrade my 9year old resort set up and spend some time riding chairs this season. I picked these bindings to go on a new Chimera Orb solid that I picked up. I've only taken them out for a few laps at brighton so far, but the sizing and fit is awesome. nice soft flex which is what I was looking for. picked up some cheap DC boots on sale to go with them and they fit in the bindings really well. Much better than my old 32 team twos and burton mission bindings. will update at the end of the season on durability and overall satisfaction. set up was super easy as well. I like the ability to rotate the high back in the heel cup.

3 5

not bad

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

really light and flexi binding with easy adjustable settings to dial in your setup precisely, having a few issues with the ratchets on both toe and ankles strap on both bindings popping out a few notches on heavy presses and over flexed tricks. Not sure why this is, still playing around with my settings to see if i can change that. Hindsight i would pay the few extra dollars to go up a level or 2 in binding standard

4 5

Pretty Good

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

i really like these bindings. Easy fit easy use, but after about 2 months of use, a screw fell out of the toe strap, causing me to fall after hitting a jump. Wasn't serious but it could've been. I recommend tightening each screw every once in a wile. But they are overall a great binding.

4 5

Solid so far

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've been riding these bindings for the first part of the winter so far and love them. The M/L fit my size 9 thirty two boots snug! I would be worried about anything bigger fitting in these bindings. The ratchet system is easy, the straps are comfortable and the white color looks rad. I had to adjust the toe strap a little to fit my boot a little better and it was a super easy change, just one screw. Overall I dig these a lot. They are comfortable, have good flex, and are holding up great so far. I am an intermediate rider, I do a little park, but mainly just like roasting groomers and getting lost in the trees.

4 5

White m/l good showing rust

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These bindings have a great true flex to the base of them compared to burton freestyles and they have held up nice. If you get them in white you will start to notice RUST coming from the metal pins on the clips but that is the only issue i have experienced so far.

I wear a size ten and wear thirty two...

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I wear a size ten and wear thirty two boots! Do you think a M/L would be good or L/XL?

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Hey dougyfresh,
I would go with a M/L size with a size ten! Pray for snow!

5 5

The Shizzznizzzz!

These look dope and they are easy to assemble. Right out the box you can tell they are made with quality! Cant wait to hit the slopes with these bad boys! Got them in all white! The M/L barely fit my size 11 Nike Vapens! and they made my board feel super cloudy and flexy! Got them On a ride Kink!