K2 Cinch Tryst Snowboard Binding - Women's

K2 Cinch Tryst Snowboard Binding - Women's
K2 Cinch Tryst Snowboard Binding - Women's
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Cinch Tryst Snowboard Binding - Women's by K2
Made super easy to get in and out of, the Cinch Tryst Snowboard Binding feature K2's patented Cinch technology that saves you from stuck ratchets that won't let you out of your binding. Simply pull back the Cinch Tryst's highback and the ankle strap rises to free your boot. Combined with Speed Ratchets, tool-less strap adjustments, and a lightweight chassis, the K2 Cinch Tryst binding is one of the most advanced women's-specific bindings on the market.

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SKU: K2SO07R
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