The Prime Connect Binding might be one of the first bindings that Karakoram made for resort, but that doesn't mean Karakoram is selling out its backcountry heritage. With Karakoram's revolutionary Prime System, this binding is removable so you can take it off snowboards with Quiver Connectors (two sets included) and put it on splitboards with the Prime Connect Split Conversion Kit (sold separately). You might have different boards and boots for riding resort or backcountry, but you can use the same binding no matter where you ride. And as for the binding itself, well it certainly meets Karakoram's strict standards for snowboarding performance. Equipped with an Airflow highback, the Prime Connect offers the softest flex out of any Prime Connect Binding, making it the best option for tweaking, surfing, and freestyle freedom. A stiffer flex is found in the open binding chassis for unrivaled response and an uncompromising board feel, while the Dupont Zytel chassis offers high sidewalls for more support and better power transfer while side-hilling. The chassis also has an EVA footbed for forgiving comfort that absorbs shock and provides long-term cushioning for all-day riding.
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