The Sapient Wisdom Snowboard bindings are a new pair of well-made bindings that are designed to be compatible with a 4x4 style board mounting pattern. In terms of smart design it is hard to beat these bindings. The bindings come with multiple straps for maximum versatility and customization. The Sapient bindings offer soft to medium flex which makes them ideal for those who like forgiveness and responsiveness in their ride. The Wisdom's feature a conventional entry method and are well suited for all mountain and freestyle snowboarding.
Key Features of the Sapient Wisdom Snowboard Bindings:
Took these to a couple mountains with my Sapient Wisdom snowboard and found that they performed very well for my needs. They are a great price and they do their job comfortably. They look nice and I like that I can put the lower strap over my toe or over the top of my foot. I feel secure in the bindings and don't worry about the build quality causing them to fail at a horrible moment.
They work great. My only problem is every now and then the binding won't release my foot, leaving me stuck fighting with it while my friends wait on me. Besides that, they work as well as any other set of bindings!
Bought these as a package deal with a Sierra Reverse Crew Snowboard. They are great. Tighten up and fit firm with the boots I got. If you want a pair of good bindings for a good price, then I highly recommend these.
I am a first-time boarder and these binding are very easy to use. I installed them myself in about 15 minutes (onto a Sapient board). In my first few sessions, I have taken them on and off about a million times. Other than that, I don't know much.
These were simply the bindings that came with the board in the package I purchased. I did a little bit of research, but know very little about the bindings. The look nice, and come with above average ratings, so we'll just have to see how well they handle the hills.
Best Answer:Bindings only come with a board if in a marked package deal. Regardless, 90% of the bindings on this website are durable. The only reason for selection is personal preference. I personally got my bindings in a package deal with my board.
Yes the bindings came with the board. As for durability I am 6'5" 250 lbs and I rode that board upwards of 30 times, during all those rides I had 1 screw come undone. Other than that they were durable for me.