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Artec Gus Snowboard Bindings

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Type: Freestyle
Entry Method: Conventional Strap, ComforTEC
Highback: No Back
Ankle Strap: 3D Profile
Toe Strap: Toe Cap
Baseplate: Polycarbonate, UniTEC Pro baseplate
Baseplate Padding: Fullbed
Ratchet Type: Plastic
Flex: Medium
Compatibility: 4x4
Recommended Use: Advanced
Baseplate Warranty: 1 Year
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Artec Gus Snowboard Bindings

Influenced by Gus Engle, Artec has designed the Gus binding specifically to suit the needs of the man himself. This incredibly comfortable and convenient binding explores the freedom of no high-backs that many riders are choosing to implement today. What this binding lacks up high, it makes up for down below. Artec's Gus Pad on the heel cup fills in the gaps and creates an optimal fit between your boots and bindings. These street inspired bindings are light in weight and in price. If you don't want a high-back, don't pay for one. Get the Gus.

Key Features of Artec Gus Snowboard Bindings:
  • UniTEC Pro baseplate
  • ComforTEC and DiTEC straps
  • Toe and heel cushion inserts
  • Extended disc padding
  • GripTEC Pads
  • Gus Pad


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Gus Snowboard Bindings
Great bindings, gives it a more surfy feel without the back
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November 8, 2014
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Renee W on Dec 17, 2013
Im not sure yet if I would want to give these a try, how well do they ride? Is it harder without a highback? More fun?
Steven B on Jan 27, 2014
Best Answer: I was worried about the same thing.
The binding material is made of a solid plastic composite, not the cheaper material of other bindings. I was also worried that this binding would consists of screws and other hardware that could loosen throughout the day. The only screws to be found on the binding are located on the disc which attaches to the board. I have used these bindings for a few days and have had no doubts regarding the structural integrity of the Artec Gus binding.
I do feel the no-back allows for more freedom. Maybe it's more subconscious than an actual feeling of freedom; but this 'feeling' allows for more agility and control.
I always check/tighten screws a couple times a day when I shred.
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