Ready for afternoon park laps, late-night urban sessions, and all-terrain assaults at the resort, the Hemlock Snowboard Binding is Arbor's freestyle-oriented offering. It combines a softer-flexing highback with a responsive baseplate to give you a ride that can get loose on jibs, yet still handle spinning off jumps and carving at high speeds. Its asymmetrical highback offers an ergonomic feel for better control and comfort, and its softer flex lets you tweak grabs and play around in the park. Meanwhile, the X-Drive baseplate enhances your performance by more efficiently transferring energy, giving you response quickly and keeping you in total control. The X-Drive design also minimizes contact with the board, allowing the board to flex the way it was meant to. A softer durometer TPE outsole dampens harsh vibrations at high speeds and helps absorbs impacts from big jumps, keeping your feet feeling fresh longer. And with the new Bow-Strap design that keeps the straps off to the side when not clicked in, slipping your boot in at the top of the lift is frustration-free.
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