Now Nxgen Snowboard Binding - Kids'

Now Nxgen Snowboard Binding - Kids'
Now Nxgen Snowboard Binding - Kids'
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Nxgen Snowboard Binding - Kids' by Now
The revolutionary design of Now bindings is finally available for pint-sized shredders thanks to the Kids' Nxgen Snowboard Binding. It features all the same tech as Now's full-sized bindings to give groms the same incredible response and comfort that the grown-ups have been enjoying for the last few years. Inspired by the way trucks on a skateboard turn, Skate Tech features a fulcrum point that allows the binding to subtly rock back and forth. This provides instant energy transfer for quicker turns, and it prevents the baseplate from flexing so kids don't have to work as hard for their carves. Ultimately, this means more efficient turns and better edge hold, as well as reduced fatigue and less chatter. Flushcup technology makes the highback sit above the heelcup so that the back of the boot is flush with both the highback and the heelcup, which not only improves response, but also gives riders the option of riding highback-less with the Highcup insert (not included) for the ultimate surfy feeling.

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SKU: NOW000P
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