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Description: K2 Cinch CTC Snowboard Bindings
The K2 Cinch CTC Snowboard Bindings is an easy to use set that 's made with quality and durability. It features an array of key components that makes these bindings ultra comfortable and practical. It comes complete with EVA shockpads, air frame highback, ankle strap and a toe strap to name a few. These K2 Cinch CTC Snowboard Bindings are super comfortable, designed to fit your boots. So start your snow adventure with the K2 Cinch CTC Snowboard Bindings.
- Chassis: C1 Chassis
- Footbed Features: EVA Shockpads
- Tool-Less Adjust Power Ramp
- Air Frame Highback
- Caddy Ankle Strap
- Cam-lock Centering
- New! Cinch Toe Strap
- Aluminum EZ Feed Speed Ratchets
- Multi-Compatible Discs
Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!
K2 has really done a great job with this binding. So easy to get in and out, and much, much better than flows. Price is great, and they perform very nicely in park, all mountain. only drawback is they are a tad heavy.
"Cinch design better than Flow"
Better comfort and stability than the flows. Has Heel support unlike most of the flows. individual straps for toe and top of the foot which adds for more comfort. great bindings
This is one of my favorite binding. The cinch design in K2 and to-go design in flow are perfect binding for lazy people. This is easier to put on than flow M9 for my own experience. Must choose!
"fast and easy"
I love these binding because your the first one ready to go. you dont lose durability or feel though and that is what makes them epic.
"My Next Bindings"
I demo'd these and to be honest i was doubtful at how well they would perform. But damn was I wrong! They are the best slip in bindings by far, they wrap your boot just as well if not better than standard bindings. They are also easy and fast to trap into. Your ski buddies won't bitch about you taking forever to strap up any more.
"better than flows"
i tried these bindings a day after i tried some flow trilogies. it wasnt even a comparison. the k2s were much easier to get into and they were a LOT easier to adjust when you were on the hill. these are more of all mountain bindings though because they are more stiff. that being said they are not great for the park. now that i have tried these i will never look at flows again.