Gnu Gnunior Snowboard Binding - Kids'

Gnu Gnunior Snowboard Binding - Kids'
Gnu Gnunior Snowboard Binding - Kids'
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nior Snowboard Binding - Kids' by Gnu
Learning to ride is a little easier for your pint-sized shredder with the Gnu Gnunior Snowboard Binding. Whether your kid is a first-timer or a freestyle phenom, the Gnunior has a soft flex and an easy-entry system that makes snowboarding fun and carefree. The Gnunion has a Fastec quick-entry system that allows kids to get in and out quickly and easily so they don't get frustrated before they even drop in. The highback reclines for quick entry and exit, so you only need to adjust the straps once, and then junior's good to go all season. If for some reason minor adjustments are needed, it also has a micro-adjustment buckle for on-the-fly tweaks. It's also equipped with an oversized highback lever that's easy to manage, even with mittens on. The baseplate also keeps snow from accumulating underfoot, eliminating uncomfortable icy buildups throughout the day.

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SKU: GNU007E
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