If you are looking for a set of bindings that are durable while on the snow, look at the Salomon C Force snowboard bindings! Created to provide protection for your entire foot, these bindings are padded specifically in the toe and heel areas, which helps absorb shock. In addition, they are light without causing you to lose responsiveness and power. Available in various sizes, these bindings ensure security and style as you ride.
Key Features of The Salomon C Force Snowboard Bindings:
Nice solid bindings, forgiving when you wreck, flexible yet durable and stable. Everything is adjustable, yet even when your ankle strap is to the longest adjustable option, it is a little short. This doesn't affect your ride it just requires a little more effort to strap in, no biggie though! Easy to strap in and get out, very light bindings. I would recommend this product to park riders since they purty light and flexible (and if you wreck you want some forgiveness
Everybody is right when they mention that the ankle strap is a little small. it fits fine but it makes it so that it is a little hard to strap in. I purchased these bindings because I needed something last second to go on a trip. They are nice because they are fully adjustable. back heel, toe ramp, all the straps, etc. I like that the release lever is metal and durable
These are my first pair of bindings, and so far they've served me well. They're great if you're just beginning and has a surprising amount of features. Extend your base, fast fit toe strap so that you can quickly strap into your bindings. All straps are adjustable, highbacks are adjustable for forward lean. All screws use a philips head so you don't need two tools. The one thing that I didn't like about this binding is the ankle strap. I found that it was a little bit too short even adjusting to the hole where the strap will be the longest. I've got size 9 boots and its in the range of the Medium size binding but I would have been better off with a Large size
Used these during the 2010 season at Perisher, had fun with them overall but noticed that if I had a decent dive/stack the binding angle could shift and I needed to re-adjust the binding twice on the mountain. But at this price, grab em even as a backup set
You can't expect much from beginner bindings but for the price you shouldnt. These are one of the better beginner bindings out there even though the tech is not the best. If you are serious about the sport of snowboarding buy one or 2 levels up. If you are sick of renting, the force will be a good choice