2011 Technine Elements Pro Snowboard Bindings
The Technine Elements pro snowboard binding. It has clean lines, smooth design, and the Rasta flavor that every Rastafarian needs. That’s right, the chassis is made out of 14% short glass. It has the Pro Frame aluminum heel cup. It’s fully adjustable both back and forth. The molded EVA Tech bed has adjustable toe and heel ramps. It’s going to absorb a lot of the impact; there’s actually a lot of cushion in here. It’s a good thing if you like to bomb drop out of things. The highback is fully adjustable both in rotation and in forward lean. If you like your highback to be parallel with your heel setting you can do that easily with a couple turns of a Phillips screwdriver. The forward lean is also adjustable with a Phillips screwdriver as well. No tool-less, but hey, that’s all right, does anyone with Technine actually use forward lean? Probably not.
The Comfort II 13-30 degree molded EVA ankle strap is going to be super cushioned. And one of my favorite things about it is the graphic on the inside. Who needs that? I guess people who buy Technine do. If you like these, get ‘em — I think it’s rad! The dual density EVA foam is going to be very, very kind to you. Obviously, there’s going to be quite a bit of lateral and medial support, but there’s gonna be enough response to get back onto that highback if you need to charge hard on that heel side turn of yours. The Baltimore toes straps can be worn on the front of your toes, and they have great ladder covers as well. Now, both the ankle strap and the toe strap have tool-less micro adjusters. If you need to adjust this binding strap onto the center of you, you can do that. The buckles of course are the aluminum die cast buckles with rubber logos. That’s right, this is the Technine Elements snowboard binding in the Rasta colors. Check this out!