For anyone looking to buy decent and affordable bindings, they should get the Morrow Invasion Snowboard Bindings. These are really great for beginners and those who want to get into snowboarding. They are also recommended for those who want extreme comfort and lightweight bindings. These bindings are very versatile and will contour and fit perfectly on anyone's feet. Morrow created a very nice pair of bindings that will allow for maximum performance on the slopes without taking a chunk out of your wallet.
Key Features of The Morrow Invasion Snowboard Bindings:
Anatomical ITP Baseplate with toe ramp
Adjustable heelcup for precise foot centering
Quick and easy to use aluminum ratchet buckles
Tool-less and trim-less micro-adjusting ankle strap designed for instant custom fit
Vantage highback with molded pad for maximum comfort and control
Tool-less forward lean adjuster
Flipside Toe Straps for multi-position versatility
I was looking for bindings that would let me use my extra bulky Forum boots. I needed bindings with extra long straps to wrap around the boot. These did the trick because the straps had plenty of slack. They are comfortable and they look great on my board. Seems like they are going to be very durable too.
Considering I rode these bindings for the past 4 1/2 winters, they have held up great and treated me well. I have only had small issues like loose screws. Also this past year the straps started to tear but then again they have seen alot of action in the past 4 1/2 years. Like everyone else has said, these are good bindings for a fraction of the price of some other higher end bindings
Bought this binding last year just to try it out and found that the toe strap on it would dig into my boot and hurt my foot. I did have the straps come undone twice this year while I was riding. But overall they aren't too bad for the price.
These are the first bindings I buy, after I have tried about 10 different boards with similar bindings I can honestly say these aren't the best bindings out there. I would highly suggest spending a little more to get better bindings. the strap and the heal support feel extremely lose, I tried to tighten them and it was hard to find a sweet spot. EVERY time I try to step in the toe strap gets in the way and you have to step on it. If you are like me that you don't like to sit down to strap your foot these can become a pain since you have to reach and dig out the strap from under your foot every time. It comes with no covers for the base screws so I highly recommend using locktite
My friend got these bindings as part of a package and I tried them out. they are pretty stiff, I think if you were to eat it bad enough it would really hurt, but other than that they are good bindings for begginners. They give you sufficient control and they look pretty slick. If I could find a good deal on a little more forgiving binding I would go with them. recommended for begginner
Be careful when ordering bindings. We ordered a Burton board and Morrow bindings (at the suggestion of The-House rep), but they don't work together. It was a huge hassle to find bindings to fit, and even the Burton bindings also suggested by The-House to replace the Morrow bindings did not fit!