The Ride Snowboard LTD bindings are built specifically for freestyle shredders. The current year has added a lot of tech. These additions allow for fluidity and shock absorption. Wherever you want to ride, from the park to the back country, you’ll have a great time on these.
My personal recommendation is to put these on a freestyle board, and take them out into the back country. The shock absorption and response will be great no matter where you ride.
Ride LTD Stats:
- Flex: 4
- Comfortability: 4
- Binding Adjustments: 4
- Stance Adjustments: 3
- Ratchet System: 4
- Shock Absorbing: 4
Aggregate Score: 3.83
You’ll notice I rated the the Ride LTD bindings somewhat high in most areas. These particular bindings are part of Ride’s high end freestyle line. In addition to that, they are an excellent piece of manufacturing.
Recently, I wrote a few posts about similar bindings from Ride. They were the Capo and The El Hefe. Either one of those will suit you in the back country, but they’d be more suited to all mountain riding. Especially the Capo. With bindings things can get a little weird, because there’s always a bit of overlap in abilities and how they feel. I’d recommend you try them out for yourself, and see which ones you’d like.
Ride Binding Basic Info:
- Colors: Black/White Or Dan/Black
- Sizes: M,L,XL
- Riding Level: Intermediate/Advanced
- Quick Release: No
- FootBed: Wedgie (These are so comfortable and fit the natural angle of your feet/knees)
- Feel: 6
After doing a lot of research, I’m thinking that I might have to add these into my normal rotation. I’m an all mountain snowboarder through and through, but I love to drop into a big mountain and shred my way down.
There’s something liberating about it, and when you have the right board, boot, binding combo. It makes all the difference.
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