Jones Snowboards Mercury Snowboard Binding

Jones Snowboards Mercury Snowboard Binding
Jones Snowboards Mercury Snowboard Binding
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Mercury Snowboard Binding by Jones Snowboards
The Jones Mercury Snowboard Binding is an all-mountain, medium-stiff flexing binding that caters to freeriding and surf slashing but is happily taken through the park to hone your freestyle skills without hesitation. Thanks to NOW's baseplate featuring Skate Tech technology, the Mercury allows fluid energy transfer and instant response, while the Control Flex highback dampens chatter and eliminates calf bite so you can stay out on the hill all day. The Flip-it ankle straps can be worn higher on the boot for additional support for more technical terrain or flipped upside down in "Surf Mode" for a looser and more surfy feel, while Surf and Freeride bushings customize your ride even further. If you're looking for a binding for any type of riding in any condition, the Mercury is the binding for you.

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SKU: JSBH03C
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