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Spark Magneto Splitboard Bindings Black 2015

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Description: Spark Magneto Splitboard Bindings Black

The Magneto is our lightweight, nimble, pow slashing machine. Featuring the new Tesla System, with maximum baseplate cutouts to shave weight, this binding is unstoppable. For long tours, epic overnighters, slaying pow, and weaving through trees, this binding is an all-around dream. The highback is soft torsionally for mobility while stiff fore-aft for heelside turn support. Ankle straps are supportive, but flexible for quick turns. Inside of toe straps feature new gripmatic fabric to insure they stay put right where you need them

Key Features of the Spark Magneto Splitboard Bindings:
  • Weight: 3.26 lb/pr (1480g)
  • All of our splitboard bindings are CNC machined from billet aluminum for maximum strength.
  • Custom splitboard specific highback has wide range of forward lean. From -5 for striding on the flats to +25 for carving ice. Find your sweet spot, it’s all there. Lateral slots in highback accommodate booster strap for additional support and comfort on firm skin tracks.
  • Plastics and buckles are low-profile to keep out of the way while skinning. Designed to Spark R&D specs, these parts are manufactured with Burton’s time-tested and bomber secret recipe of materials.
  • 3-D ankle and toe straps are pre-curved and made to Spark R&D specs with Burton fabrics – the industry leader in quality and durability.

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Easy set-up, economical.
Justin H on Nov 17, 2013
this is the best back country binding out there, for free riding in the back country
Mark A on Oct 19, 2013
lightweight, no pins or parts to get full of snow and ice... good value
Alexis S on Nov 5, 2013
Why is Large the only size available?
A shopper on Dec 6, 2013
Best Answer: We have sold out of the other sizes at this time.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Dec 12, 2013
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So with this binding do I need to replace the heel plate that comes with the viole puck for touring mode now that the climbing rails are on the binding itself?
Brian B on Feb 4, 2014
Best Answer: It comes with its own heel plate
Reply · Report · Daniel G on Feb 4, 2014
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Hi, To attach the Magneto binding to my split board, am i correct in thinking that all that is required is the Voil Pucks?
Adam P on Dec 3, 2013
Best Answer: ya Voile puck and DIY puck compatible, readily available from most backcountry stores or online
Reply · Report · Alexis S on Dec 3, 2013
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Spark magneto or Burton Hitchhicker? Any differences? Are the straps and highback better on the Burtons?
Daniel S on Sep 21, 2014
Best Answer: I've never used the Burton but I love my magnetos... Change over is a quick painless simple task... Although getting the puck system just right is fiddly... I also bent the heel cup on mine in a snowmobile incident so if you're slightly abusive to your gear maybe the afterburners might be better... Ive never had an issue with the ladders... I like my Burton toe caps better than the spark version though...
Reply · Report · Alexis S on Sep 22, 2014
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curious what I should be thinking about as the best boots to use touring with my split board and Sparks Magnito bindings. I have one pair that is really heavy but comfortable, better support than a real old pair that is also comfortable but lighter, less bulky. Do I really need the extra support & stiffness for riding back country soft snow when I could shave weight with lighter boots?
A shopper on Feb 25, 2014
Best Answer: Boots are really depend on preference and riding style. Call in to sales and talk to one of our product specialists to help you get the right boots for you.
Reply · Report · Chad SStaff on Nov 17, 2014
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