Snowboard Bindings

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Is there anything better than gliding snowboard through the snowy slopes in winter? What would be the best snowboarding fun without the right binding? Most people forget that a binding can be decisive for snowboarding. Meanwhile, there are endless types of snowboard bindings, but it can make the choice quite difficult. How do you choose the right binding and how do you know that this binding is right for your snowboard? These and other questions are answered below.

Which components does a snowboard binding have?

The binding usually consists of three parts: the base plate, the highback and the straps. It is important that you adjust the straps in particular. To make sure you have a good grip on your snowboard and do not slide back and forth while riding, the straps should not be too tight, nor too loose. Harder binding models are suitable for freeriders who want a firm grip. Softer or more flexible bindings are best for freestyle snowboarders and especially for beginners, as they usually offer more freedom of movement.


How do I set my snowboard binding?

The most important thing about snowboard binding is the angle at which the binding is set. How to determine which angle is most suitable for you, you can not answer flat-rate. If you are a Freestyler and have a soft bond, then an angle of +/- 15 degrees is probably the most ideal. The distance between the bindings should be about shoulder width. This angle makes switching easier, which makes driving in the fun park easier.

If you are a freerider and prefer to ride in the backcountry, then an angle of +21 degrees forward and - 9 degrees behind is recommended. This slightly offset position makes it easier to hold the nose over the deep snow.