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High value, low cost.

You don't need to be swimming in cash to be able to afford a quality binding that won't crap out on you after one season. The Union Women's Rosa Snowboard Binding is lightweight, comfy, and guaranteed to last so you can count on it for all your shredding endeavors, and, at well under two hundred dollars, is a veritable steal.

The Rosa highback is cored-out to make it as light as possible while still ensuring it provides the proper support and response for shredding anywhere on the mountain. Further weight shavings can be credited to the lightweight, freestyle-oriented Flite baseplate, and an extruded anodized aluminum heelcup that reduces weight while maintaining strength and stiffness. Injected EVA bushings dampen vibrations for a smooth ride and absorb shock to cushion harsh landings. The 3D Direct-Connect ankle strap provides 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.

  • Asym/Symmetrical Rosa highback
  • Flite base
  • Extruded anodized aluminum heelcup
  • Injected EVA bushings
  • Single-layer 3D Direct-Connect ankle strap
  • Open toe strap
  • Injected aluminum buckles
  • Universal discs

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5 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've purchased a pair of the magenta bindings, and they look soo RAD! Especially on my white snowboard. I go shredding every day, it has insane contact with the board, flexible, but not too much, all mountain use, looking extra fresh! Though I also have to mention that the latches are difficult to release. ...But they are so comfy that you don't even need to strap out!;)

3 5

Eh, OK.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have an old pair of Union bindings, and finally decided to upgrade. I really don't feel much difference. The Rosa bindings are lightweight, which is nice; but the latches are difficult to release. The toe strap also slips. If it were not for the weight difference, I would go back to my old Union bindings.

Rosa's on Strawberry

Rosa's on Strawberry

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My board and Rosa Bindings overlooking Ogden, down from the Strawberry Gondola at Snowbasin

5 5

Comfortable. Responsive. Lightweight.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are my first pair of Unions, and I am so glad I finally jumped on the Union Train. SO GOOD. These are very lightweight, and responsive. I'm amazed and the reflex on these, in even simple movements. Lots of cushion underfoot and the highbacks are fairly flexible. The price on these can't be beat for the quality of binding.