To reward Joe Sexton's loyalty since day one, Union decided to create the Jib Series Snowboard Binding just for him. This Franken-binding took cvarious parts from different Union binding models to create the prefect binding for Joey's riding style. It has the soft and low highback from the MiniFlite, the durable and true-flexing baseplate from the DLX, and reliable Contact straps to create a binding built for boning out grabs in the park and tweaking presses on the streets.
- Soft-flexing binding ideal for jibbing from the park to the streets
- Fusion highback has a low height and soft flex that allows for maximum tweakage on grabs and jibs
- Stage 1 baseplate has a minimal footprint on the board, allowing for truer board flex and feel, and extruded aluminum heelcup is bomb-proof
- Injected EVA bushings dampen vibrations underfoot for a smooth ride and minimize dead spots
- New Open design on toe strap cuts out weight and material for light and tight fit, with fully adjustable positioning so you can run it how you like it
- Direct-Connect strap system uses 3D-molding to achieve a curvature and thickness just right for connecting energy from your foot right into the binding
- Injected aluminum buckles glide smoothly, clench the ladders tightly, and can take any abuse you can dish out
- Grade 8.8 hardware is made from high-grade steel to provide exceptional strength and long life
- Tool-free adjustment allows for fuss-free micro-tuning on the hill or in the parking lot
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Just wanted to know if these come...
Just wanted to know if these come with a case like the danny kass and cobra dog?
Is this binding compatable with the burton...
Is this binding compatable with the burton channel system?
No, only burton est bindings are compatible with their channel boards. fucking burton...
just to clarify for anybody looking at these bindings, union bindings ARE in fact compatible with burton channel boards, you just need to buy a conversion plate to fit your bindings. These cost about 20 bucks. But it's definitely worth it, I know kids who wreck at least 2 pair of burton bindings a year while I've put in 2 seasons of beating the hell out of my Unions with no sign of letting up.