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K2 Kat Snowboard Bindings - Girls



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Description: K2 Kat Snowboard Bindings - Girls

The K2 Kat Snowboard Bindings are simple to use and durable. These bindings are capable of fitting both a 3D and 4x4 style mounting pattern. The bindings are made of durable poly carbonate which greatly increases their longevity. The Kat bindings also feature toe and heel padding for extra comfort while you’re out on your board. Protecting the feet and having the proper posture is important and these simple bindings are made to keep your feet comfortable and secure.

Key Features of the K2 Kat Snowboard Bindings:
  • HIGHBACK: Mini Airframe
  • ANKLE STRAP: Women's Caddi
  • STRAP FEATURES: NEW Cam-Lock Centering
  • TOE STRAP: NEW Tool-Less Universal
  • DISC: Multi-Compatible


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Late delivery and missing parts
Took 2 days extra to deliver even though I ordered express shipping, and then when they arrived all the base plates etc were missing.
December 2, 2014
Draper, UT, US
Age: 25-44

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If my daughter wears shoe size 6, will this work?
Nick N on Dec 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: My daughter normally wears size 2-3 shoes. I bought her size 5 burton boots and they fit her fine with boarding socks. I also purchased these bindings which fit the size 5 boots, but not with much room to spare. If your daughter wears size 6 shoes you may want to go up at least 1 full size in boots and look for larger bindings too.
these say they are compatable with a 3d mounting pattern...does that include the burton 3d pattern?
angela g on Feb 16, 2014