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Description: Lamar Mx250 Snowboard Bindings
If you're a freeriding pro looking for some all mountain bindings to optimize performance on the pack or the powder, give the Lamar Mx250 Snowboard Bindings a shot and you'll never look back. Built with comfort and support as a top priority, the Mx250 is versatile enough for a beginning boarder to hold on to until they start learning some serious advanced techniques. The tool free lean adjusters let you adjust your base on the fly to help you adapt to terrain, and the lightweight construction keeps you mobile while you stomp out some sick tricks after catching big air. Fully adjustable ankle strap lets you adjust your ride setting settings to suit your style.
- New #1 Piece Design
- Reinforced Baseplate and High Back
- Die Cut EVA Ankle Strap with Ladder Covers
- Die Cut EVA UTS
- Adjustable Toe Ramp
- 3 Sizes Available, Small, Medium, and Large
- Extended Heelcup Design
- Non Loosening Hardware
- Tool Less Forward Lean Adjustment
Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!
Bought these cause they were cheap and on sale. You get what you pay for I guess. Very cheaply made, but no complaints as long as I get down the hill in one piece. If your on a budget and dont board that often than they are totally worth it.
"Does the job without breaking the bank"
If you are after a first time binding on the cheap then these will do the job. They are soft and forgiving enough that they won't punish you too badly but past beginers they are pretty limiting. The build quality is about what you expect of a binding that is cheap. The ratchets stick sometimes and can be a problem releasing and despite being pretty much entirely plastic they are pretty heavy. The straps are reasonably comfortalble and the toe strap can be worn over or on the toe. Overall though these are bindings that will last long enough for a beginner to figure out why it is worth spending a little more for better quality.
"good for the price"
I bought these last year and about half way through the season one of the ratchets broke and then a couple of weeks later one of the plastic straps cracked. But other than that they have performed ok and i repaired them for about 20 bucks and plan to use them for one more season.