2012 K2 Indy Snowboard Bindings
This is the K2 Indy binding. This is a lightweight workhorse freestyle binding that K2 has provided for us. The Pro Fusion PC polycarbonate chassis is going to stay lightweight. You cannot remove or move the heel cup, but you can adjust everything else on this. The adjustable toe ramps, or power ramps, are tool-lessly adjustable. You can take them off your board and adjust them up or down, depending on if your foot decides to grow and you need a new boot, you won’t need new bindings. The K2 Indy binding Has a Full-lined EVA shock absorbers will dampen the impact and absorb a lot of negative energy that your board gets from riding over choppy terrain.
K2‘s asymmetrical high back has a centered spine. It’s forgiving on the lateral and the medial sides, so you’ll be able to tweak your tricks out a little bit. It has a tool-free for lean adjustment and it’s a gap less system, meaning that you can take this high back and you can move it back further into the heel cup if you need. The EVA calf pad is going to make you have a smooth ride all day long.
The caddy ankle-straps are also EVA padding and waist offer great lateral and medial support. You also find the cam-lock system. This is a tool-less system that adjusts your ankle-strap to the center of your boot. The universal toe-strap is a cored toe-strap. There’s not much for tuning in here, meaning that this binding is going to be even more lightweight than you predicted. Again, it has the cam-lock system as well. The aluminum ultra light speed binding ratchets are going to be quick to tighten and quick to loosen as well. The multi-compatible discs that go on these also work well with 4- and 3-hole patterned bindings. Again, this is a great Colorway. It’s K2 Indy binding, lightweight, high performance-rock this thing out.