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More technology than mankind deserves.

The nanobots are coming! The only defense you have against their diabolical invasion is to grab the Union Force-MC Metafuse Bindings and head to the hills. Using nanotechnology, magnesium, and carbon fiber, the Force-MC Metafuse is a shred-enhancing force to be reckoned with on the mountain and in the battlefield against futuristic bite-size robots.

  • By implementing carbon fiber, magnesium, nanotech materials, the Union Force MC Metafuse binding is the lightest snowboard binding in the world
  • Union coated the Dupont Zytel ST heel loop with molecular-weaved metal nanotech material so it weighs half as much as Union’s standard aluminum heel loop but with strength comparable to steel
  • Super lightweight cored-out carbon fiber highback is asymmetrical in flex but symmetrical in shape—this provides a stiff response when flexed outwards but remains forgiving and flexy when pressure is applied inward, possessing all the strength and lightness of carbon fiber without the calf bite
  • Precision adjust forward lean—micro-adjustable via provided aluminum Allen wrench
  • Machine-cored Stage II baseplate reduces weight of the Force baseplate without comprising strength
  • Three-position adjustable ankle strap with three densities of EVA
  • CNC machined aluminum hardware cuts the weight of traditional hardware down by half
  • Injected EVA bushings eliminate dead zones underfoot and provide dampening, which means less fatigue

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title says it all,, hope it comes included with these binders @ $400 a pOp,, lol..//

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Not too impressed with the quality of the binder. The framing looks extremely cheap with flaws in the material. One day and the clear coat on the carbon flaked off (all the way to the carbon,) and one buckle spring broke. The toe strap also falls off the end of my boot at random and I don't notice it until I cant turn and almost kamikaze into a tree. I wold not feel safe with the bindings in the park. No matter where I put the strap it would slide off and be useless. The buckles are pretty awkward to undo, never really got them to pop off as easy as id like.

Things I do like is the forward lean. The binding at its most leaned back position has a lot of forward lean than what I was used to, something that I eventually began to love. The fact that the binding is light as hell does come into play. Also the base plate that covers the turn tables doesn't collect ice making an easier strap in. But both aspects that I like you can find with another binding + a few grams of weight. I would not buy these again if I was paid to.