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Sapient Prodigy Snowboard Bindings - Kids, Youth

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Specs

Type: All Mountain, Freestyle
Entry Method: Conventional Strap
Highback: High Back, Cored Highback
Ankle Strap: Flat
Toe Strap: Combo
Baseplate: Fiber Reinforced
Baseplate Padding: Toe and Heel
Ratchet Type: Metal
Flex: Soft/Medium
Compatibility: 4x4
Recommended Use: Beginner, Intermediate
Baseplate Warranty: 1 Year
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Sapient Prodigy Snowboard Bindings - Kids, Youth

The Sapient Prodigy Snowboard Bindings are durable lightweight bindings that are designed for use with a 4x4 mounting pattern board. Bindings can be tricky to use and these are made with simplicity in mind. The Prodigy bindings come with metal ratchets and sewn straps for quick ankle adjustments. The bindings also feature reinforced nylon for an extra lightweight feel. The simple black design means these binding will look good on any board and their simple design makes them ideal for any level snowboarder.

Key Features of the Sapient Prodigy Snowboard Bindings:
  • Fiber reinforced nylon
  • Cored highback
  • Metal ratchets
  • Sewn straps w/ quick adjust ankle

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The-House.com Store
Stayed with same brand as snowboard
Theresa F on Dec 3, 2014
Good for price
Donlad S on Jan 12, 2014
Good reviews, seems durable, good price/
Daniel H on Nov 22, 2014
Dunno, cheap I guess?
Neikl Q on Dec 13, 2013
Description: Sapient Prodigy Snowboard Bindings - Kids, Youth does this fit on burton 115 board?
daad k on Nov 3, 2013
Best Answer: The Sapient Prodigy Snowboard Bindings are compatible with 4x4 and 2x4 insert patterns. They will not work on a Burton Channel System or 3D insert pattern.
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