K2 Lien AT Snowboard Binding

K2 Lien AT Snowboard Binding
K2 Lien AT Snowboard Binding
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Lien AT Snowboard Binding by K2
Strap into the K2 Lien AT Snowboard Binding to dominate the whole mountain, from long powder days to urban rails and everything in between. This medium flexing binding offers response for technical lines while staying flexible enough to press, butter, and add tweaks to your favorite go-to grabs. The Turnable Tripod chassis is designed to flex naturally with your foot and offer power transfer for seamless transitions, and the nylon construction is both lightweight and strong so you can hit the biggest airs without worry. Sender ankle straps and Perfect Fit 2. 0 toe straps lock your foot in place without adding pressure points so you can stay out riding, while aluminum ratchets offer lightweight durability. To top off this hard-charging binding, the mini-disk allows natural board flex underfoot.

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