The Trilogy is two comfy feet and one happy soul.
- Dupont Zytel ST Trilogy baseplate blends durability with responsive flex that allows aggressive ladies to push the limits
- Extra-cush EVA bushings in the toe and heel of the baseplate provide the dampening and cushion you'll need to ride hard and long
- Asym/Symmetrical highback provides heelside (outer leg) strength through the design without altering the shape of the highback
- Magnesium used for the buckles is extremely light, easily recycled, and is one of the most abundant materials on the earth
- Multi-layer 3D EVA in the straps evenly distributes pressure for super-cushy and long-lasting comfort
- Universally compatible discs allow you to mount your bindings on any 4-hole, 3-hole, or The Channel-based snowboards
- Extruded, Anodized Aluminum Heel cup provides 30% more strength than your average Anodized aluminum
Share your thoughts
I have a size 8 boot, and the M/L fit wayyyy too big. I've adjusted everything but the fit leaves a lot to be desired, so I dont ride them anymore. They pinched and created really gnarly pressure points.
The Cons (besides picking the wrong size)
Theres no medium, so it's hard to choose the right size.
The you-choose toe/over-toe strap doesnt fit good anywhere. I wish they'd just pick one instead of trying to have it be both.
The construction on these are the best I've ever seen. Compared to Burtons, Flows, and Fluxs, Unions have THE best construction.
Simple ratchets. They dont slip or jam.
Cushy baseplate cover.
even though I dont ride mine
4 of 5 stars. I want another pair, this time in S/M
can't get better...
so I have these on my Arbor Push board, and after trying another kind of bindings, not wanting to first pay the amount for the Union, I was kicking myself the first few rides for not getting these. So I got these, with the speedy service of backcountry, and I am uber happy with these. Aesthetically these are gorgeous, ride is more controlled and enjoyable... the straps were a little stiff at first to ratchet, but that got easier over the day. so in general if you purchase Union bindings... you won't regret it
Playing on the hill like a little kid in a sandbox
I rode really stiff backed Flow bindings for several years, so making the transition to the flex-y high backs took a few runs to adjust to. I ride a Never Summer Infinity-R and these bindings work well with them. I can pop, twist and jump off of everything without a hitch with this combo. I feel like my Unions give me a lot of control. I also love how well made they are in comparison to other well known binding companies. I can play all day on the hill and keep up with the boys with these bindings no problem!