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Ride Rodeo Snowboard Bindings

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Specs

Type:
  • Freestyle
  • All Mountain
Entry Method:
  • Conventional Strap
Highback:
  • High Back
  • Stealth Highback
Ankle Strap:
  • 3D Profile
  • NEW! Freestyle Core Ankle Strap
Toe Strap: Toe Cap
Baseplate:
  • Aluminum
  • Infinity Chassis System w/ Adjustable Heelcup
Baseplate Padding:
  • Canted
  • Wedgie 2.5 Footbed
Ratchet Type:
  • Combo
  • AstroGlyde OG Ratchets
Flex:
  • Medium
  • 4
Compatibility:
  • 4x4
Recommended Use:
  • Advanced
  • Intermediate
Baseplate Warranty: Lifetime
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Ride Rodeo Snowboard Bindings

Mount up some new Ride Rodeo bindings and get ready to get buck. These freestyle focused bindings include a hardcore set technology for a joyful jibbing experience. Including the ollie boosting Wedgie 2.5 Footbed, these bindings are perfect for that extra snap to get you on that handrail and the Stealth highback provides perfect flex for pressing your way to the last stair. And with an upgraded Freestyle Core ankle strap for added mobility and freedom, these bindings want to get those serious bangers as bad as you do. Get wild, ride in the Rodeo.

Key Features of the Ride Rodeo Snowboard Bindings:
  • Flex 4
  • Infinity Chassis System w/ Adjustable Heelcup
  • Stealth Highback
  • - Wedgie 2.5 Footbed
  • EVA Basepad
  • NEW! Freestyle Core Ankle Strap
  • 3D ThinGrip Toe Strap
  • NEW! FlipSide Mount Strap
  • - AstroGlyde OG Ratchets
  • Forged Aluminum Micro-Disc

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Ride Rodeo Snowboard Bindings
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Craig C: cant beat this price Mar 19, 2014
Kevin R: Awesome deal Mar 8, 2014
Dylan W: Looks Sweet, got great reviews and you cant beat the price, gotta love the-house.com Feb 1, 2014
Zak H: needed new, price unbeatable Jan 12, 2014
Raymond S: Good reviews, amazing tech, my knees could use the Wedgie 2.5. Jan 11, 2014
ABRAHAM H: good prices Jan 8, 2014
Evan M: functionally capable of my needs in the park/getting steezy Jan 5, 2014
Joshua S: snowboard instructor who broke his last pair and needs new ones to
work
Jan 4, 2014
CJ G: Size is right and the video showed it to be a rad binding. Jan 3, 2014
Nick S: Great binding and even better price! Jan 2, 2014
Emmanuel L: good bindings Dec 26, 2013
Andrew B: great product wild color Dec 14, 2013
Ian P: Trying something new Dec 9, 2013
Joey M: Want to step my game up and this is what I need Dec 3, 2013
SEAN U: the price was right and Ride makes great bindings Nov 23, 2013
Rosaria C: good quality for the price Nov 16, 2013
kyle s: Getting a new board? Have to get new bindings to match, new models don't count towards the freebie promotion so i went with last years awesome rodeo's Aug 28, 2013
john g: my old bindings broke Aug 24, 2013
George S: Wouldn't buy anything else for my ride deck, player player. Aug 5, 2013
Lisa T: swag Jul 28, 2013
Evan S asked: i know these bindings are labeled all mountain as well as freestyle, but most of the reviews I've seen are really banging in the park side. how well do you think they will hold up in the all mountain range of things? Jan 9, 2014
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Scott M: Hey man took these bindings out last weekend. had them on a dc MLF first day all mountain and GNU Carbon credit second day in park. These bindings were extremely comfortable no pressure points. so for the first day, the bindings were on the softer more forgiving/less responsive end for me. keep in mind im usually in cartels or diodes. Overall though, they were really comfortable all day and i felt a little less leg fatigue then my stiffer burtons. I loved them in the park however. Perfect for medium sized features. These bindings are a little heavier then your burtons est or reflex. Unless your truly against burton, buy some reflex or est customs or missions, but if your willing to try something new id get the ride capos, its the big brother of these. My go to all mountain bindings will always be burton missions. Jan 9, 2014
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Nancy S: Hi! The bindings were actually purchased by a 16 year old staying at our house last winter from Liechtenstein (small country in the Alps. I emailed him and this is what he Said:
Ho Tom

I did try them a few times they are pretty good. They are really confortable. The bindings are easy to adjust and to put it in an other position. You can use them for everything like jumping over a big air or driving backcountry. I like them because you can use them for diffrent snowboards too. You can just ride them everywhere they are just really good. I wish i can help you with those things Tom :)

Those were his words, hope they help!
Jan 9, 2014
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Dylan S: I ride everything on the mountain with these bindings. If anything ill just hit the park at the end of the day. They are super responsive and comfortable. It is a durable binding, however the ratchets eventually lose their grip but their super replaceable. Its a flexible binding but you can still take it basically anywhere. If your trying to stomp cliffs this binding may not be the best, but that's about it. Jan 9, 2014
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George S: Binders will be fine for the majority of your all mountain enjoyment. High backs might be a little softer than what you may be accustom to, however, that little bit of flexibility provides the ability to toy around a bit more. I've got about 60 days of hard riding on them already from park and groomers to trees and pow. No issues and hella board feel. Get eeeemm. Jan 10, 2014
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Myles R: Ive been using these binding for a month now all around my local ski hill and they work amazing all around from park to powder to groomed snow they are the best bindings I have had I highly recommend them!
Jan 15, 2014
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jalen t: Awesome. With out a doubt best choice in bindings I have made. Very sturdy and supportive. Jan 9, 2014
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Lisa T: Bought these for my son and he likes them! No complaints! :) Jan 9, 2014
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Jeffrey L: They're great all around too! Jan 12, 2014
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Joe_Borkoski asked: My son needs bindings for his new board, but I have no idea what type of board it is. The only thing I know is that is has a weird looking cat face on it. Help? Nov 25, 2013
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Nancy S: The bindings were purchased by a 16 year old boarder from Lichtenstein who was living with us last year. He has an extensive b ackground in snowboarding but didn't bring a board with. When he realized there was a miniature version of the Alps near Bemidji he decided to buy a board and bindings. He seemed quite happy with Ride Rode bindings. Nov 25, 2013
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Wieslaw W: These bindings are made for park. So if you hitting jumps or rails, they will support that. These bindings are made of really good material. It has a soft wedgie foot bed, so when you hit a jump, you won't feel the impact as much. Nov 25, 2013
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Justin H: The Ride Rodeos are a great binding they are for a rider that is serious about riding. For $160 they are a steal, I'm a instructor so i where them all day and they are so comfortable! Amazing!!! Nov 26, 2013
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Lisa T: These bindings should be fine for his board Dec 2, 2013
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Joe_Borkoski: Awesome. very good to know Nov 26, 2013
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Joe_Borkoski: thanks Much! Nov 26, 2013
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Joe_Borkoski: Thanks Nov 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: i just picked up the buckwild board,what binding is going to give me the best terrain park ride-jibb-big air ? Jul 18, 2013
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Matt GStaff: You're looking in the right spot for a binding that will match up well with the Ride Buckwild, the Ride Rodeo Snowboard Bindings are top notch and you'll be able to ride the whole spectrum of freestyle terrain. You might want to check out the Ride Capo Snowboard Bindings as well...http://www.the-house.com/rd1cap06or14zz-ride-snowboard-bindings.html Jul 18, 2013
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Joe_Borkoski: My son needs bindings for his new board, but I have no idea what type of board it is. The only thing I know is that is has a weird looking cat face on it. Help? Nov 25, 2013
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dylan r: will these bindings fit on a 152 forum substance board? Oct 23, 2013
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Devon H asked: hey i need help quick ! THEY JUST RAN OUT OF STOCK on the rodeos in black and orange i have a size ten burton boot with a k2 parkstar will i get overhang if i go to xl? or could i use a meduim binding? if nether work what binding is recemonded like the rodeos Dec 1, 2013
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Roy MStaff: Not really. The binding itself will not generate nearly as much overhang as your boot will if you were in the 12+ range.
I am however a bit hesitant to tell you to go with the XL. A good rule of thumb is to go with as small of a binding as possible. Similar bindings that I'd recomend would be the Union Force, K2 Hurrithane and the Burton Customs.
Dec 2, 2013
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Devon H: My boot is 11 not ten does that change anything ,? And could I fit medium would you say ? And how are mission compared to customs and so don't go with a xl ? Dec 2, 2013
Roy MStaff: Yes it does. An 11 would work fine in the XL...I believe that you would have been maxing out the straps in the Large and defiantly with the Medium. Dec 2, 2013
Devon H: Will I catch toe hang or drag ? And thanks Roy would you recemond these or Burton's ?, ordering tonight Dec 2, 2013
Small Feet: I have a size 9.5 boot, would that fit in the mediums or be a bit snug? Dec 9, 2013
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Kaleb Johnson asked: I'm needing to know if the bindings come in a pair or just one? Need to know before I order. Help please, Thanks. Jan 20, 2014
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Lannie EStaff: The Ride Rodeo bindings come as a pair. Jan 23, 2014
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not sure asked: my boot size is 11 and im wondering if these would fit the Rossignol Experience Magtek Snowboard 167? Jan 2, 2014
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Matt GStaff: Hello Nicola,

Yes the Ride Rodeo Snowboard Bindings will fit on the Rossignol Experience Magtek Snowboard.
Jan 3, 2014
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Bigfoot asked: Anyone know if these will fit a Bigfoot boot size 17. Anyone know a binding out there for that big of a foot? Nov 28, 2013
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Roy MStaff: The Rodeo will not work with the boot...and unfortunately at this time I do not have any bindings that would fit. If you're looking for a board consider the Artec Phenom or Nitro Magnum. Nov 29, 2013
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Aaron asked: I just bought an older Ride Antic board - i think 2012. Wide 168. I'm 6'5" and wear size 13 shoes but i think 12 boots. Will these binding work with that board and my size of boots or should i try to find a Large size binding instead of XL? Jan 29, 2014
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