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Forum Keeper Snowboard Bindings - Womens

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Specs

Type:
  • Freestyle
  • All Mountain
Entry Method:
  • Conventional Strap
Highback:
  • High Back
Ankle Strap:
  • 3D Profile
  • Bubbler Ankle Strap
Toe Strap: Toe Cap
Baseplate:
  • Hybrid
  • 30% Glass-Filled Nylon Baseplate Aircraft-Grade Aluminum Heelhoop
Baseplate Padding:
  • Fullbed
  • New Good Vibes EVA Footpad
Ratchet Type:
  • Plastic
Flex:
  • Medium
Compatibility:
  • 4x4
Recommended Use:
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
Baseplate Warranty: 1 Year
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Forum Keeper Snowboard Bindings - Womens

Keep your cool with the Keeper bindings from Forum. The bold and simple design of these bindings conveys a retro look, but they have futuristic function and feel. Utilizing Forum's newest shred technology, the Keeper features the Good Vibes Hinge Disk and EVA Footpad for a perfect combination of freedom and response. Able to light it up in the park all day long, these Forum bindings sure are a Keeper.

Key Features of the Forum Keeper Snowboard Bindings:
  • New Good Vibes Hinge Disk
  • New Good Vibes EVA Footpad
  • Bubbler Ankle Strap
  • Throwdown Cap Toe Strap
  • 30% Glass-Filled Nylon Baseplate
  • Aircraft-Grade Aluminum Heelhoop
  • Flex: 4

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Does the front binding lay flush (flat) when pushed forward? I can't tell from the photos.
Amalie L on Jan 11, 2014
Best Answer: Yes the front of the Forum Keeper Snowboard Binings (baseplate/toeramp) lays flush with the board's topsheet.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 14, 2014
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Will these bindings work on a 3D board?
A shopper on Nov 8, 2013
Best Answer: The Forum Keeper Snowboard Bindings are only compatible with boards that feature a 4x4 or 2x4 mounting pattern.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Nov 30, 2013
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