Union Force Snowboard Bindings 2021

259.95 $259.95
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Description: Union Force Snowboard Bindings

The most trusted binding in snowboarding is back for its 16th season running. The Force is Union''s go-to binding for anything and everything you can throw at it - cliffs, powder, side hits, double blacks… This all-mountain destroyer can handle it all. New for 20/21 we''ve hooked the Force up with the durability and response of the popular Exoframe 2.0 ankle straps. May the Force be with you.

Key Features of Union Force Snowboard Bindings:
  • Baseplate: Stage 4 - Duraflex ST
  • Bushing: Multi-Density Thermoformed EVA
  • Heelcup: Extruded 3D Aluminum
  • Highback: Force - Duraflex ST
  • Ankle Strap: Exoframe 2.0
  • Toe Strap: TS - 2.0 Hexgrip
  • Flad: Tool-less Flad
  • Hardware: Grade 8.8 Steel
  • Lifetime Warranty for Baseplate/Heelcup
  • 1 Year for all other parts
  • All Mountain

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I love the durability and quality of Union bindings. I have been a snowboard instructor for the last 11 seasons and these bindings are second to none.
Johnathan D on Oct 21, 2020
I love the durability and quality of Union bindings. I have been a snowboard instructor for the last 11 seasons and these bindings are second to none.
Johnathan D on Oct 21, 2020
Positive feedback from actual users that affirmed claims of durability and quality
Shawn M on Aug 27, 2020
Positive feedback from actual users that affirmed claims of durability and quality
Shawn M on Aug 27, 2020
I wear size 10 normally but my boots I have range from 10 to 11... what size would be best?
Wade W on Nov 24, 2020
BEST ANSWER: It depends on what boots you have but i would just size them for the boots you ride the most.
Will the large fit a size 13 boot?
Matthew G on Nov 15, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the size large is for size 10.5+, as long as your boots are not over 10-12 years old you shouldn't have any problems.