Technine Young Gun Binding Review

 

2011 Technine Young Gun Snowboard Bindings

This is a Technine Young Gun. This is for the shortie that wants to be a thug. It’s a scaled down version of a binding for the pint-sized rider. Even though it’s a scaled-down version, the technical logical features are not scaled down whatsoever. The 18% short glass chassis is going to sit lightweight and very responsive. The T6 aluminum heel cup is fully adjustable both back and forth. The foot beds are made out of EVA shock-absorbing padding with heel and toe ramps. The high back is made out of nylon. It’s fully adjustable both in rotation and in forward lean. If you want to adjust this to become more centered with your heel side edge, you can definitely do that. But the forward lean adjustment is a tool for the adjustment. You will need a Phillips screwdriver to tighten, loosen, and adjust the forward lean.

Technine uses a 3D molded EVA ankle strap is, of course, a light weight and very, very responsive. You can adjust the ladders on the other side with a tool less adjustment. If you need to center the ankle strap down the center of your boot, you can definitely do that. The molded TPU Baltimore Toe Strap is pretty unique. It just goes out in front of your toe. It does have micro tool-less adjustments, so you can center it on your toe as well. But it has a nice cup feel and cup shape to it. The cast aluminum ratchets have the classic T9 logo. This is the Technine Young Gun Snowboard Binding.

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