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Ride LXH Snowboard Bindings - Womens

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  • Freestyle
  • All Mountain
Entry Method:
  • Conventional Strap
  • High Back
  • DaLux Plus Highback
Ankle Strap:
  • Flat
  • Plush Ankle Strap w/ Tool Less Center Adjust
Toe Strap: Combo
  • Aluminum
  • Shaped Chassis System w/ Adjustable Heelcup
Baseplate Padding:
  • Toe and Heel
  • Comfort Footbed w/ EVA Shockpads
Ratchet Type:
  • Combo
  • Quick-Draw Comfort Ratchets
  • Soft/Medium
  • 3D
  • 4x4
Recommended Use:
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
Baseplate Warranty: Lifetime
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Ride LXH Snowboard Bindings - Womens

The Ride LXH Snowboard Bindings for women offer a snug fit and durable quality for progressing riders. The women's specific features ensure a secure lock down, and the shaped chassis system offer an adjustable heelcup for a customizable fit. The DaLux Plus highback provides support on your heelside, and the plush ankle straps are adjustable without tools for perfect on the fly tweaking. Designed with Quick-Draw Comfort Ratchets, in and outs with these bindings are a snap. Get performance and quality in a stylish package with the Ride LXH Snowboard Bindings!

Key Features of The Ride LXH Women's Snowboard Bindings:
  • Style - Women's Foundation
  • Shaped Chassis System w/ Adjustable Heelcup
  • Women's DaLux Plus Highback
  • Plush Ankle Strap w/ Tool Less Center Adjust
  • NEW Convertible TL Toe Strap
  • Quick-Draw Comfort Ratchets
  • Comfort Footbed w/ EVA Shockpads
  • Forge Aluminum Response Disc
  • LXH

    Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

    • "they were worth the price"

      Pros: cheap, aluminum frame=quick response, Cons: cheap, sizing,

      When I got these bindings they were $40, so I got two pair. They're for sure worth what I paid for them. They seem fairly durable, but Ride always does have they're strap issues. I've used them a few times and really dig them. In the park, in the pow, they've done me right. They are really snug depending on the boots I'm wearing, so maybe take your boots to a local shop to see what size you really need before you order.

    • "My first bindings!!!"

      Pros: Pretty, Light, Cons: None,

      For my first bindings, I like em!! I love the colors, it matches my Ride Solace perfectly! I dont have anything to copare them to, but I am very comfortable and have had no issues yet with these. Prefect for beginners like me!

    • "does its job "

      , San Diego, CA
      Pros: color scheme , Cons:

      Had to buy these bindings when I was in Mammoth last year when my old ones broke. It was a deal so I snagged them up instead of ruining my trip. They work well but with all the new technology such as toe caps and stuff, I have a slight case of buyer's remorse. It's all good cause these bindings work perfectly until I upgrade my gear in a couple of years.

    • "decent binding"

      , BALDWIN, NY
      Pros: dirt cheap, nice look, Cons: dirt cheap, straps difficult to adjust,

      Bought these for my gf, they run a little small like other reviewers have mentioned, so get one size larger and you should be set. Decent binding; straps are a little difficult to adjust and not the fastest in/out.

    • "Ride LxH"

      , GILBERT, AZ
      Pros: Solid binding, Held up all season and still looks new, Gets the job done for a beginner no doubt Cons: Strap movement is iffy,

      Bought these for my girlfriend who just learned to snowboard this year. These were the first pair of bindings she ever used and used them all season with no major problems. The straps don't move very smoothly, especially when it gets cold the top strap gets a little sticky when you try to move it out of the way to get out or move it back to strap in but other than that they work perfect. For the price you wont find anything comparable!

    • "My girlfriend loves them"

      , Saint Albans, HERTS
      Pros: Cheap for bigginers, Seem to be good quality, Ride customer service is great Cons: will progress out of these pretty quick,

      Great bindings for beginners but they will be progressed out of pretty quickly. At this price does it matter?

    • "Best for beginners"

      Pros: Cheap price, Cons: Low quality,

      I bought these bindings for my sister because she is starting out. The sizing chart is a little misleading. The small is very small and it'll cost you $12 to send them back if they end up being too small.

    • "2009 Ride LXh Bindings (Small, White)"

      , Elk Grove, CA
      Pros: Stylish, Wide, secure and functional straps, Progressive Cons: Narrow width (?),

      Purchased the Ride LXh bindings, White, size Small, (obviously!) for a ridiculously low price. This season has left me with more boards than bindings and thought these are good for my first love, the Ride Solace (model year unknown). Currently, I wear Salomon Vigil boots and it's a squeeze to fit them into the binding as the bindings are a tad on the narrow side. The toe side of my boots overlap the inner strap of the bindings. Suppose I could get a Medium set of bindings. Problem solved. Still a cheap buy, but NOT to be mistaken for cheap quality. I believe these bindings to be rugged enough to withstand the damage posed by an intermediate snowboarder. Add points for style-- colors are nice. The straps will certainly hold you down. They are beefy! The toe strap may be used as toe caps if you prefer. Overall weight is average and relative for their size. I like them very much!

    • "size small can't fit size 7 boots"

      , Toronto, ON
      Pros: cheap, good looking, good brand, Cons: can't really fit the size 7 boots with size small,

      Small size binding says it fits 4-7 but I can't put size 7 Forum boots in because the bottom edge is too wide. I chose this binding because all other on sale binding items were Burton at the time, and they can't ship Burton to Canada...sigh. Then I found out Rome has a on sale binding with M size just after I bought this one...double sigh. I probably should've spent more $ on non-sale bindings for M sizes.

    • "Good enough..."

      Pros: Adjustability, Boot hold, Lightweight, Comfortable, Well known brand, Popular model, Easy installation Cons: Difficult in & out

      After maybe my 5th time the toe strap ratchet broke. The bindings were still useable, but it did create a hassle. They also froze on me a lot making it very difficult to get in and out.

    • "Good Stuff"

      , Albany, OR
      Pros: Adjustability, Easy in & out, Boot hold, Durable, Good construction quality, Lightweight, Comfortable, Well known brand, Popular model Cons:

      A bit stiff at first, but got easier to get in and out as they were broken in. Nice snug fit, and comfy to boot. They look great too (I own the black ones). No complaints here.

    • "Solid Binding"

      Pros: Boot hold, Durable, Good construction quality, Well known brand Cons:

      Bought these for my gf with the matching rapture board. She really likes the setup. No complaints. Make sure you adjust them to fit your boot size though.

    • "decent enough for the gf"

      Pros: Adjustability, Easy in & out, Boot hold, Lightweight, Comfortable, Well known brand, Popular model, Easy installation Cons:

      Bought the woman these bindings cause her Roxy ones that came with her Roxy board (which is nice - Mervin made aka Gnu, Lib Tech.) broke. Anyways, they are very comfortable and she likes them a lot. She is considering them for her next board as well. Worth the full $120 retail we paid (Doh)

    • "The best womens bindings"

      , queen creek, AZ
      Pros: Adjustability, Easy in & out, Boot hold, Durable, Good construction quality, Lightweight, Comfortable, Well known brand, Popular model Cons:

      I sport the Ride LX and my wife sports the Ride LXh womens. She won't use anything else. Perfect fit. Very comfortable. Easy to get in and out of. She has used them for a while and ridden them hard and they're holding up great. Best bindings on the market and at a great price.

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    they were no to expensive and the review sounded good
    jessica S on Nov 5, 2013
    These are probably the best bindings for a intermediate rider out there
    steven q on Sep 26, 2013
    I have the same ones and I broke them
    Lisa D on Oct 21, 2013

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