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Ride Rodeo Snowboard Bindings

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

Description: Ride Rodeo Snowboard Bindings

Carve things up with the jaw-dropping features of the Ride Rodeo Snowboard Bindings! This new binding setup has a unique graphic that is sure to turn heads no matter your style or where you choose to ride. The Rodeo features an aluminum infinity chassis with adjustable heelcup that is perfect for locking in a comfortable, responsive feel. These bindings also come with a freestyle, asymmetrical ankle strap that contours to your boot, and high strength AstroGlyde LT ratchets for ultimate durability. You will be taking on bigger challenges in no time with the Ride Rodeo Snowboard Bindings on your board!

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


3.8 / 5.0
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Great bindings!
These bindings are great for park riders who also enjoy all-mountain riding. They fit well with most boots and are very easy to adjust. They have great cushion and use wedgie foot beds that help your ankles. I recommend these bindings to anyone who is a more advanced park rider but also rides everywhere on the mountain.
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September 21, 2014
Rodeo Snowboard Bindings
Confidence and board feel this binding steped my game up first day
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December 3, 2014
11 months ago
Not what I thought
Not happy with the mini disc or the screw technology, the binding was always moving back and forth. The leather came apart quickly as well
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March 5, 2015
8 months ago
Love these bindings!
My first set of bindings. I wanted a good pair that I could transfer over when I buy a better board. This bindings are sick! They have a multitude of settings and really allow me to tweak them how I want. They are just flexible enough give me the pop and landings I need, while being stiff enough o let me transfer power into my board. Definitely recommend these to anyone!
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March 6, 2015
Porcia, PN, IT
Age: 25-44
8 months ago

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the colors on these bindings are crazy cool looking
trevor f on Dec 24, 2014
dan r on Jan 2, 2014
Best for my skill level
Robert L on Dec 16, 2014
will these work with the burton love board, that has the channel system and how does this compare to the burton cartel bindings?
keith p on Nov 7, 2013
Best Answer: Cartels are stiffer binding (7 on flex meter)meant for more free-ride/all mountain style of riding, while the Ride Rodeo (4 on meter)have more flex and therefore better for jibbing and park laps. Need slot compatible base plates to fit Burton's channel system...
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Looking for bindings to go on my new ride crush? Looking for input between the rodeo or Union atlas bindings. Any help will be appreciated.
A shopper on Nov 13, 2014
Best Answer: I dont know anything about the atlases butt i have a pair of rodeos and right out of the box you have to notice quality the box actually tells you 4 but it's not that flexy. It shows beautiful response time while the top of the high back will fold right over so you can shift your waight and tweek a beefcurtain of a 10 foot jump but my favorite feature is the aluminum if you want to save a cupal ounces get the unions bro
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Hi, I'm deciding between the revolts and the rodeos. I like the flex of the revolts but I'm worried about how easy the side to side flex on them. But the rodeos have I lot of flex on the upper half of the high back. I'm an all mountain rider that is in the park about 20-30% of the time that in at the mountain. Last im a size 10 boot in burton and I'll probably need a size 11 next year. So should I go large or x-large?Any advice is appreciated. Thanks
Greg L on Dec 29, 2014
Best Answer: Go with the size large Ride Rodeo Snowboard Bindings. A snug fit is a good fit.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 30, 2014
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Will this binding fit the 2013 ride machete snowboard it has the 2x4 system on it?
Austin G on Dec 17, 2013
Best Answer: Hello Austin,

Yes the Ride Rodeo Snowboard Bindings will fir on a 2013 Ride Machete Snowboard. The Rodeo bindings have discs that are compatible with 4x4 and 2x4 mounting patterns.
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