K2 Clicker X HB Snowboard Binding - Women's

K2 Clicker X HB Snowboard Binding - Women's
K2 Clicker X HB Snowboard Binding - Women's
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Clicker X HB Snowboard Binding - Women's by K2
As one of the pioneers in step-in development and design, K2 Snowboarding has substantial experience leading the industry in innovative binding tech, and the Clicker X HB Snowboard Binding locks down that lead with comfort and convenience. This binding strikes the ideal combination of rock-solid toe and heel mount points, a highly responsive and supportive nylon highback, and a natural lateral mobility for the flex and feel that you won't find on lesser step-in options. And seeing as these mid-flexing, all-mountain bindings are only compatible with K2's 2020-2021 Clicker X HB Boots, you know it's a match made in shred heaven.

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