|Toe Strap:||Toe Cap|
|Baseplate Warranty:||1 Year|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: K2 Uprise Snowboard Bindings
The K2 Uprise Snowboard Bindings are a new design requiring only one ratchet strap, eliminating the need for two. The new auto system draws your boots snugly into the bindings in 1 easy step. Incorporating their Harshmellow technology which has vibration dampening properties that are placed in the heel and toe of the binding to absorb chatter and soak up sudden impact from flat landings to rough terrain, and the thermoformed EVA calf pads keep you comfortable all day long. K2 has bundled a host of advanced features into the Uprise and slapped on some graphics by Don Pendleton, when combined all equally a totally sweet ride.
- Auto Chassis
- NEW Mini Ramp Canted Footbed
- Seamless EVA w/ Pop-Top Disc Cover
- Harshmellow Shockpads
- Tool-Less Adjust Power Ramp
- NEW Rocklock Highback
- Custom Caddy Ankle Strap
- Hinge Mount & Tool-less centering adjust
- NEW! Auto Specific Tool-less Cored Universal Toe Strap
- NEW! Auto Specific LiteSpeed EZ Feed Aluminum Ratchets w/ Ratchet Covers
- Multi-Compatible & Offset Discs
Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!
"Uprise Very Comphy!"
I recently Bought these bindings. They are the perfect setup for me! I can ride them anywhere, Jumps, Powder, grooms, All of it! The harshmellow tech is great, helps with reducing vibrations and absorbing lands for large jumps. The canted footbed really helps with the absorbing as well. Has a high back. My only problem with these was when I first started it took me a few runs to get the set up right and it took me like half a day to get used to getting in them, but once you get all that down they ride like a dream. I will never go back to normal bindings. LOVE EM'!!
"Uprise FTW! "
For starters, I LOVE these bindings! It can be very tricky to dial in the settings at first, but once you do it's perfect. You get the two strap control and feel with a one strap binding. The binding is pretty flexy, but stiff enough to keep everything in order if you land in the backseat, or miss your transition and land hard. The combo of a quick in and out, and a supportive/forgiving flex makes these bindings perfect for laps in the park. I use these on my Arbor draft and the set up feels solid and super fun to thrash around. One of the biggest reasons I love these bindings is for their versatility. When I mount these babies on my bluebird, change the angles, and angle the high-backs forward (which, by the way, is super easy to do) and all of a sudden I've got a binding I feel comfortable charging in and throwing out some serious carves. I don't really understand how they can free-ride as well as they do while being a flexy binding, but they are just killer all around.