The Ride A-10 Snowboard Binding Is Super Stiff And Would Be Best Utilized For All Mountain And Back Country Shredders. In Addition to that, Ride has added a ton of new technology into these bindings. When you go shredding in these, you can shred anywhere.
I’m hoping to get a pair of these this season before I head out to Montana. I love my Ride Capo Snowboard Bindings, but they’re getting a little old, and I need a refresh. (Sometimes I still bust out my ancient SPi bindings too)
For context, these are the bindings that I want when dropping into the back bowl in Vail, or when I’m heading to Montana for some serious backcountry riding. I don’t ride a lot of park anymore (I’m getting old) but I think the flex would be too high for park shredding. But that’s also a personal preference.
If you’re going to be shredding in powder (and through some trees) these are the perfect bindings for you.
Ride A-10 Features:
- 3 Piece Ankle Straps: To better Transfer Power
- Aluminum Disks: That Give More Flex For A Better Feel
- Canted Footbed: Aligns Your Joints For A Better And More Natural Feel
- All Around High Tech Performance & A Precise Ride
Ride A-10 Specs:
- Sizes: Small/Medium/Large Fits Almost Everyone
- Colors: Black/White
- Manufactured: From High Grade Aluminum
- Canted Footbeds: For Epic Joint Comfort
- Feel: 10
I love these bindings but I’ll be honest I haven’t tested them out yet. Only time will tell, however, I’ve never had a bad experience with Ride Bindings. My Capo and SPi bindings have never let me down, and I’ve ridden on them hard.
Once I get into a pair of these I’ll update this with a full experience review. Keep in mind I don’t get paid by any company to do this, I love writing about this so it’ll be my honest opinion.
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