The Technine MFM Pro Snowboard Bindings for men offer a snug fit for responsive riding and all day comfort. The Pro base is lightweight and responsive, and the adjustable toe and heel ramps ensure a customized fit for each rider. Molded toe, disc cover, and heel ramp pads dampen shock in rough conditions. Pre-curved, molded ankle straps lock you down tight without constricting your feet. Get high performance, exceptional quality, and head turning style with the Technine MFM Pro snowboard bindings.
Key Features of The Technine MFM Pro Snowboard Bindings:
Pro Adjustable Toe Ramps and Heel Ramps
Molded Toe, Disc Cover and Heel Ramp Pads
6061 T6 Aluminum Heelcup
Pre-Curved Molded Ankle Straps
MFM Pro Ultra Light Tech Baltimore Strap
MFM Pro Highback with Tool Free Forward Lean Adjustment
Tool Free Toe Adjustment
Tool Free Ankle and Toe Strap Adjustment
Cast Aluminum Ratchets with Custom Rubber Logo Grips
I bought these bindings and honestly never liked them much. The straps didn't lock in tight enough & they are really heavy compared to other bindings. To top it off the baseplate broke today when landing from a beginners kicker. Hardly the type of jump to really flex them too much, but the baseplate cracked all the way. You aren't saving 100 dollars but wasting 14. Trust me.
These bindings look absolutely SICK! I used them all last season and they made for comfortable runs, I was completely satisfied with them. The only problem has been a couple of parts breaking, granted I put them through near 0 degree(F) weather causing part of the strap to break, thank goodness the place I was riding had a cheap replacement part. Later in the season I dinged up the piece to tighten the strap and have to deal with just pushing it in, they are still functional and work well, but I'm hoping to replace it before I go out this season
I've only ridden these 1 day and didn't have time to do much adjusting however they just wouldn't go tight enough. I generally probably over tighten my bindings and maybe I shouldn't but I think the slip is a little too bad. Apart from that they seem pretty good and would have given them at least a 4 if it wasn't for the slip.
Great bindings for the most part.I would recommend getting the medium for a size 9 boot even though the LG says 9 and up. The toe cap was a little too loose even after messing with the tool-free toe-cap adjustment. Had one bad screw on the right binding highback adjustment that appeared to be cross threaded and stripped, making the screw spin in place, which made it impossible to be adjusted and leaving no highback forward lean. Overall, they performed great with a huge discounted price and have 'Ride or Die' embroidered on the inside of the ankle binding, which I thought was a nice cosmetic touch. However, if money isn't a concern, I'd probably go for a newer model
I own a pair of the same bindings in a different color. I'm quite picky so its hard to find gear that fits into my preference. For the price of the same type of binding that i have was a no brainer. Just need to switch up the wardrobe color scheme and im golden! One Love!
im a size 12 and I notice some of the large size boots fit up to size 12 but these say up to size 11. I was wondering if anyone has them that is a size 12 boot or that would know if the would be fine anyway?
A shopper on Dec 10, 2013
Best Answer:The limit is listed at 11 - however there is a slim chance that a 12 will fit but you'll be forcing your boot in and maximizing the straps...no bueno