Built on Ride's proven Aluminum Infinity chassis, the Capo Snowboard Binding doesn't discriminate when it comes to all-terrain domination, charging forty foot kickers in the park one moment, then effortlessly slashing powder and hitting cliff drops the very next. Falling on the stiffer end of the riding spectrum, the Capo caters to experienced riders seeking unwavering support and razor-sharp response for hauling at high speeds down the mountain, laying into swift carves, and sending gigantic park jumps. New for this season, the cored-out Capo highback retains the uncompromising support you've come to expect from high-end Ride Bindings, yet it's a bit lighter than previous versions found on the Capo. The adjustable heelcup lets you fine-tune the binding's size for a better overall fit, without excess toe hang affecting your carving capabilities. Ride's Urethane Rollbar absorbs excess vibration from fatiguing your riding experience, especially across choppy conditions at the end of powder days. Adding even more cushioning, the Wedgie footbed aligns with your natural riding stance while softening the blow of harsh landings. The Capo's premium straps maintain a supportive feel for dedicated riders staying out on the mountain 'till the lifts stop turning. The Freestyle ankle strap features multi-density 3D padding that lovingly wraps your ankle, but without the nasty pressure points or hot spots you've come to associate with lesser ankle straps. And to ensure your toe is wrapped like a glove, the ThinGrip Max toe strap conforms to your boot's toe with its insanely thin, flexible rubber.
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