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Bent Metal Joint Snowboard Bindings

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Description: Bent Metal Joint Snowboard Bindings

The Bent Metal Joint snowboard binding is the price point binding in the Bent Metal line up. The Joint features a Boron Fiber Drive Plate on the base of the binding for a more forgiving and playful feel underfoot. A nylon material highback gives you a better range of motion and a softer overall personality out of this snowboard binding, great for any and all types and levels of snowboarders out there. The comfort-driven straps on these bindings help to distribute weight throughout the binding and help you to ride as long as you'd like. The Bent Metal Joint is the ideal snowboard binding for those looking to ride the entire mountain while receiving a playful and forgiving performance at a budget-friendly price.

Key Features of Bent Metal Joint Snowboard Bindings:
  • Nylon Highback
  • Mobility Light Strap
  • Boron Fiber Drive Plate
  • All Mountain Performance
  • Axis Disk
  • Flex: 5/10

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the joints are really great bindings they can get you through anything i have ridden them in various conditions slush pow hardpack ice i bought them in december we are closing on the 10th of june so most of the season i'm on them amazing i love them the straps so comfortable lock in great the drive plates is another genius thing that came out from MERVIN mfg cheers guys it works so good kills the micro vibrations sick response it feels like a part of the snowboard an extension of it sick nice medium flex whoever looks for not a stiff and not too soft binding that works in pow piste and the park that's it plus the price point is great BMBW sick bindings trust MERVIN manufacturing
December 30, 2018
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