Looking for the 5 best park snowboard bindings? Snowboard bindings are almost more important than your snowboard, so it is important to get the best. Most snowboarders agree that if you are going to spend money, your money is better spent on buying quality bindings than any other aspect of your snowboarding gear. Check out these top-notch snowboard bindings for the park.
- Exile EST Coalition Snowboard Bindings. The Exile EST bindings are "bare bones." They have everything you need, from maximized cushioning to connectivity with the "SensoryBED" design. You won't have to worry about breaking the baseplate and your landings will feel softer. These park snowboard bindings are best for snowboarders who want to maximize their shredding. These snowboard bindings cost $229.95.
- Ride RX Snowboard Bindings. These Ride RX bindings are built for doing tricks in the park and also function for all-mountain boarding. These park bindings feature an adjustable heel system and a TL toe strap you can wear over either your toe or forefoot. The "Quickdraw" ratchets are light and the landing pads absorb shock. Available for $116.95.
- Infidel EST Snowboard Bindings. These Infidel snowboard bindings were made for the park. With the B3 Gel Heel cushioning, you can attempt any trick without worrying about breaking anything. The SensoryBED offers superior cushioning, lots of board feel and extra control. In addition, the B3 Gel is in the heel and under the ball of your foot. There is also a park-specific ASYM Superstrap. Available for $279.95.
Malavita Snowboard Bindings. These park snowboard bindings are a blend of nylon and short-glass. This gives them the perfect amount of responsiveness for park riding and freestyle. These bindings also have EST and work best with a soft board. Available for $329.95.
- Technine Mass Appeal Snowboard Bindings. These snowboard bindings carry a lifetime warranty. They are durable, yet cushioned enough for doing tricks in the park. The heel is designed to mold to your boot and the high back is adjustable. Technine Mass appeal bindings also feature toe and ankle pads. Available for $109.95.
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