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Union Flite Snowboard Bindings

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Specs

Type:
  • Freeride
  • All Mountain
  • Freestyle
Entry Method:
  • Conventional Strap
Highback:
  • High Back
  • Flite Dupont Zytel ST Highbacks
Ankle Strap:
  • 3D Profile
  • All-New Direct-Connect Strap System PU Leather Straps
Toe Strap: Combo
Baseplate:
  • Hybrid
  • Flite Base Dupont Zytel ST w/Extruded Anodized Aluminum Heelcups
Baseplate Padding:
  • Fullbed
  • Injected EVA Bushings
Ratchet Type:
  • Metal
  • Injected Aluminum Buckles
Flex:
  • Soft/Medium
Compatibility:
  • Channel
  • 3D
  • 4x4
Recommended Use:
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
Baseplate Warranty: Lifetime
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Union Flite Snowboard Bindings

Take off this season with a featherweight pair of Union Flite bindings. The Flite gets its name from being F-ing light. Featuring a combination of the Flite base and Flite highback, these bindings are flexible, forgiving, and maintain control like an all-mountain freestyle binding should. One of the coolest things about these bindings is the PU Leather straps for soft and long-lasting support. Also available in some sick new color schemes, Union has put the Flite over-the-top. Get lifted with the Flite bindings.

Key Features of the Union Flite Snowboard Bindings:
  • Flite Base;Dupont Zytel ST
  • Flite Dupont Zytel ST Highbacks
  • Injected EVA Bushings
  • Extruded Anodized Aluminum Heelcups
  • Quick-Adjust Forward Lean
  • All-New Direct-Connect Strap System
  • PU Leather Straps
  • Tool-Free Size Adjustment
  • Injected Aluminum Buckles
  • Universal Disks
  • Grade 8.8 hardware
  • Lifetime Warranty Base

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Great company, great price.
KATIE L on Dec 6, 2013
recommended by friend
doug h on Dec 2, 2013
good price. reliable company.
Andrew A on Dec 3, 2013
quality for price
Nicholas C on Nov 29, 2013
Im unsure about the size. I wear some bulky 32 Summit Boots and some even more bulkier Forum Constant Boots (both size 10 Euro 43). Both boots are bulky for my current Burton Custom (Size M) Binding, the baseplate is too tight. Should i consider to buy some L/XL, or will the M/L fit those boots?
A shopper on Jan 6, 2014
Best Answer: I would go with the L/XL, my 2013 Vans High Standard size 10 are a snug fit in my 2013 L/XL Union Flites and I don't believe the High Standard boot is considered to be very bulky. Just a note on the Flite binding, the toe strap buckle is a pain to release, I use them for all-mountain riding so I'm not getting out of them all the time but if you plan on using them for street or jib/park riding it may get annoying. My '13 K2 Hurethanes on the other hand are amazing for quick release on one foot tricks and the ankle strap is hinged and swings out of the way. I find them to be very simular to the Flites with both having nice soft high backs. I rode stubby backs with no forward lean for years and both bindings fit the bill for me. The Hurethanes are surprisingly my favorite bindings of all time and have ridden many in the last 22 years, and that's being prejudiced against K2 because they were originally a ski company and skiers used to hate on us boarders. I know that's as dumb as not riding Burton gear because they are so big and mainstream, but old habbits die hard, hope this rant was helpful.
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How long is the binding with the toeramp maxed out (M/L) compared to the L/XL with standard settings (toeramp not maxed out)?
A shopper on Jan 8, 2014
Best Answer: I dont have an exact dimension on that, HOWEVER, if your wearing boots size 11 or larger you really should be on a wide board to avoid having the plate stick out either end.
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