Item # k21kwic14zz-k2-snowboard-bindings

K2 Kwicker Snowboard Bindings 2016

K2 Kwicker Snowboard Bindings
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$195.95
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Description: K2 Kwicker Snowboard Bindings

Kwicker step-in functionality was first reintroduced as part of K2's backcountry collection. For 2015-16 K2 offers the Kwicker binding for those who seek and enjoy easy function in bounds.

Key Features of K2 Kwicker Snowboard Bindings:
  • Chassis: 6061-t6 Aluminum
  • Interface: Kwicker
  • 3° Canted Baseplate
  • EVA Footbed

Kwicker


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K2 Kwicker Snowboard Bindings
For some reason I am having trouble securing the right boot to the binding. A friend of mine with same boots and bindings also experiencing the same.
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March 5, 2015
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1 year ago
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K2 Qwicker bindings
These things are great. Best part is that I can click in my free foot while riding on the chair. So as soon as I get to the top I'm off. No sitting down and getting wet just to strap in. Also no stomp pad required if you need to have a foot free as you just step onto the binding. They're light, and look cool. I feel more in control and free that with a regular strap binding.
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February 5, 2016
Spokane, WA, US
Age: 25-44
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2 weeks ago
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Intermediate
Boots?
I see the click bindings but can you use any boot I can't see any boots for these bindings in your house selection invatory are these the only clickers on your sight or are this type of bindings obsolete these days
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November 30, 2015
82930, WY, US
Age: 25-44
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Loved the original Clickers. This new version is better as it doesn't get snow trapped into it. I can get on the chair and click my back foot in before the 2nd pole going up. So when I get off I'm ready to go while my daughter and wife have to stop, sit down, and strap in.
Jay J on Feb 5, 2016
Replacing recalled bindings
Michael H on Oct 22, 2014
boots actually did not fit clicker binding, so I am buying a new binding for the new boots ...
Nils R on Jan 1, 2015
Is this binding fit to K2 compass boots? As far as i know compass boots also use Kwicker system. Or it's just fit to Stark??
A shopper on Sep 23, 2015
Best Answer: Hi The Stark and the Compass will both be compatible to the Kwicker system. If you flick through the pictures you will see a shot of the sole.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Sep 24, 2015
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Are these compatible with any Clicker boot?
Or do you have the use the Stark
A shopper on Dec 30, 2014
Best Answer: The K2 Kwicker Snowboard Bindings are not compatible with any Clicker boot. They are however compatible with the K2 Stark Snowboard Boot, which is specifically designed for the Kwicker bindings.

Check out the K2 Stark Snowboard Boots HERE: http://www.the-house.com/k22strk09bk14zz-k2-snowboard-boots.html
Reply (1) · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 30, 2014
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Are their ways to break free while riding ?
A shopper on Mar 17, 2014
Best Answer: I own a couple of pairs of the original K2 clicker bindings and bought the Kwicker bindings recently. I have never had any problems with them releasing or breaking free while riding. Make sure that you turn the green lever sideways to prevent the heel latch from disengaging.
Reply · Report · Gabriel W on Mar 17, 2014
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How do these work?
A shopper on Feb 20, 2014
Best Answer: These bindings are fairly simple to use. First of all you need to have Kwicker compatible boots. The boots have a toe piece and a heel piece that fit the binding. You engage the toe piece first then step down to engage the heel. Once the heel engages, it will not release until you pull the lever up. The boots are more beefed up than regular snowboard boots.
Reply · Report · Gabriel W on Mar 17, 2014
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