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CWB G6 Wakeboard Bindings

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Closure Type: Speed Lace
Mounting System: 6 inch
Tool-Less Mounting: No
Sizing: Multi Size Fit
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: CWB G6 Wakeboard Bindings

CWB does not mess with a tried and true design like these G6 Wakeboard Bindings! The CWB G6 Wakeboard Bindings are kickin' it old school with a traditional closed toe construction that is lightweight and ultra responsive in the toughest conditions! The G6 boots feature an ultra soft, comfort inducing footbed, and an easy quick locking adjustment system to ensure a solid fit every time. An EVA heel absorption pad has also been added to reduce the shock of high impact landings. Step out of your comfort zone and tap into your fullest riding potential with the CWB G6 Wakeboard Bindings!

Key Features of the CWB G6 Wakeboard Bindings:
  • Clean light weight closed toe
  • Soft comfortable footbed
  • Lace adjustment
  • EVA heel absorption
  • Single gorilla grip
  • 6-Plate


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I have an older CWB board Co wake but the boots are too big. The attachment bolts appear different. Is the new CWB equipment compatible with the older stuff?
Rob F on Aug 6, 2014
Best Answer: Yes- I would say it is compatible with the old boards. We ordered these bindings to go on a board that is about 5 years old and it works great.
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Is it possible to ship this product in the philippines?
Gao O on Mar 21, 2014
Best Answer: I have an older wakeboard (CWB board Co) with boots that don't fit me (too big). I want to buy new boots but the attachment looks different. Is all newer CWB equipment comparable with the older stuff?
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