Get plenty of laps in with the new Ride LX Snowboard Bindings. Designed to perform, these bindings are also dedicated to making your ride easier and more comfortable for some serious progression. A flex rating of three and a new FreeFlex Highback is where the freestyle function comes into play. And a Foundation Chassis System provides the support required for epic freeride sessions. The LX offers high versatility for one of the lowest prices around. Learn the ways of the shred in the LX from Ride.
I bought these hoping they'd be decent bindings for the price and was blown away the first day my resort opened. These are great bindings, very comfortable, and provide great response. I usually need to tighten the screws on the heel cups and base plates at the end of the day but that's not really a big deal. Also, they are heavier than some bindings since these are aluminum and a lot of bindings at this price are synthetic materials, but the strength and quality of the aluminum makes up for the added weight. They're also compatible with most board brands, I put these on my Salomon drift rocker and love them. I ride these bindings on everything my resort has like steep powdery slopes, icy slopes, moguls, and the park which has medium sized jumps, rails and boxes. These bindings have taken everything I've thrown at them and held up great. The ratchets are also very good, I haven't had any problems so far with them coming loose. Overall these bindings are great bindings at an amazing price, do not hesitate to buy, you won't be disappointed
This is a awesome binding ride did a really good job to make both a comfortable and affordable binding. The bindings has a non slip toe strap and a cushioned foot strap, they have a surdy feel to them and look awesome pictured don't do them justic
This is a awesome binding. Ride did a really good job to make both a comfortable and affordable binding. The binding has a non slip toe strap and a cushioned foot strap, they have a sturdy feel to them and look awesome. Pictures don't do them justic
Zero complaints with these bindings, have shredded on them all day long and never an issue with comfort or durability. Would definitely recommend for any beginner or intermediate rider looking for a widely adjustable binding.
These are great bindings for the price. They are adjustable at the heel cup and the straps so they can fit almost any boot and get your foot centered on the board correctly. I have broken the base/frame of them before but since RIDE is awesome they sent me a new pair in 3 weeks for free. Cop 'em
Board used on: Burton Clash 158 Second pair of bindings purchased. Been riding for 7 years and wanted an upgrade from my Solomon bindings. I got out two dozen times or so on these, coming up on my second season with them. Pros: Price, Easy to adjust, Responsive Cons: On the heavier side, Toe ratchets stick sometimes, Foam on the high back is peeling off.
First board and bindings and bought these based on research, price and reviews. I've had them one season and the held up great. Comfortable, Performed better than rentals and gave me confidence knowing that each time I went out, I know what to expect.
Best Answer:Yes and No. These Ride LX Snowboard Bindings can be mounted on Burton Boards featuring the 3D hole pattern. These Ride LX Snowboard Bindings cannot be mounted on Burton boards featuring the Channel System.
Do these bindings come with a disc and all of the hardware needed for them? Also are they comfortable like will their be a lot of pressure on my knees and legs if I use them for a long time at once or no?
They come with disks and all hardware. Look carefully in the box, they are hidden in the sides, inside the box.
They seem comfortable... But the season didn't start yet here so I didn't try them yet. But i don't really see how they could put more pressure on your knees and legs than any other bindings, that is more related to your physical condition I believe.
They look awesome, and I can't wait to try them!
Yes all hardware and the disc is included.. i just bought this recently and i have to say they are pretty comfortable and that was without breaking them in. The only thing that bothers me after a few hoirs is the back of the calves has a little bit of pressure but it is easily adjusted to fit your ride style.
They come with all the hardware they are pretty comfy, but they dont last long until the toestrap rips in half and you have to either send them back so they can give ypu a new toestrap or go in yourself, I suggest getting unions they are very strong and are really comfortable to.
Yes they do come with all the hardware required for installation. I've found them to be pretty comfortable (size 11 shoes) for periods as long as 10 hours. Its more so going to cause foot soreness than knee pressure I imagine but that just comes with snowboarding.
Everything u need, disk, screws n all included. I definitely like these bindings alot, very comfortable. If there is pressure on your knees i suggest changing the stance or adjusting the positions of the binding placement.
Yes they come complete with all that is needed to attatch them to your snazzy board. As for pressure on legs and knees, they feel awesome to me but i havent ridden them for too long. Hope this helped, happy riding!
How sturdy are the ratchets and is it made with cheap materials?
A shopper on Nov 27, 2013
Best Answer:I bought a pair of LX's last season. I don't ride park, but riding Mt Baker, which is the steepest place I've been to has me putting a lot of stress on the frame. The ratchets hold superbly, and I never have an issue with the toe straps sliding up. Only thing I didn't do right was tighten the baseplate screws down tight enough, so my last trip had some wobbling in the right foot. Issues fixed though.
Doesn't feel cheap. They Feel just as sturdy as most Burton's I have rented. I'm not a seasoned pro or anything. but for me they feel nice and the strap pads are firm yet cushioned just enough. The foot board looks like it might be cheap but it is sturdy.
Best Answer:But doesn't the video say that these are 3 hole compatible? so I would assume they are 3D compatible. regardless i bought these and just didnt buy a burton board, went for the K2 boards instead.
I ride size 8 thirty-two lashed, and I heard lashed boots are really bulky compared to other boots. (Is this true?) Anyways, does anyone know if for the lashed I would need large (LX RIDE) Bindings, or if the medium would work fine.
Normally I would just get the medium, but I heard rumors the lashed are really bulky and have really bulky heels with lots of rubber on them. They're 2011 (NOS) lashed BTW I just got for 26 dollars plus $12 shipping on ebay. (IDK if the older ones are even bigger or the same) So I don't know if I should get medium or large. I'm just going to by the board right now, and I'll check if this has an answer before I decide on the medium or large.
A shopper on Nov 23, 2014
Best Answer:Awesome question. I was stoked to find out that the size 8 32 Lashed Boots fit PERFECT in the size medium Ride LX Snowboard Bindings. Seriously, they couldn't fit any better!
Do these Bindings come with a 3D pattern disc? because Some websites say that these bindings can fit onto a burton 3D board. Also if these bindings dont come with the disc, can I just buy a 3D pattern disc and slip them in?
would the x large fit on the k2 brigade wide because i have a burton bullet and burton freestyle bindings and i have the bindings in a large 10+ is what it says and i wear a 13.... but m boot sticks out the back alot causing heel drag.. so i was wondering before i order the ride lx bindings if they will fit good on the k2 brigade ?