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Technine Suerte Snowboard Bindings - Womens

Technine Suerte Snowboard Bindings
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Description: Technine Suerte Snowboard Bindings - Womens

Get ready to hit the powder with the Technine Suerte Snowboard Bindings for women. They offer 6061-T6 adjustable heel cups for top of the line control and luxurious comfort. These bindings are made to enhance performance and reduce bumpiness, perfect for beginners and pro's alike. Overshooting a jump or landing on a particularly rough spot are no problem when you have these ultra soft materials at work. As always, Technine shows that the best in performance and the most in comfort can live and ride in perfect harmony.

Key Features of the Technine Suerte Women's Snowboard Bindings:
  • Gender-specific designed women's base plate
  • Gender-specific designed women's highback
  • Adjustable toe ramp
  • Fully adjustable 6061 T6 aluminum heelcups
  • Cast aluminum ratchets with custom rubber logo grips
  • 4-hole and 3-hole discs included


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Because the price is right in line with my budget.
Arthur P on Jan 25, 2016
Needed a new binding never had technique before but heard they are pretty good...
glenda w on Mar 8, 2015
chose maroon bindings to maybe match boot lining and they are not white or black (boring)
judith m on Nov 30, 2015
The mounting and size was compatible to what my board needed.
David R on Dec 8, 2013
will technine bindings go on burton feather board?
A shopper on Jan 12, 2014
Best Answer: You can get plates that will fit any binding to any board. These bindings come with plate choices to fit any board. Ours went on a Rossignol Diva. The bindings come with 3 and 4 stud plates.
Reply · Report · Tracy K on Jan 13, 2014
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What year are these bindings? Do they have dead spot reduction (not fully molded base plate)?
A shopper on Jan 26, 2014
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