Now Brigada Snowboard Binding - Women's

Now Brigada Snowboard Binding - Women's
Now Brigada Snowboard Binding - Women's
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Brigada Snowboard Binding - Women's by Now
For riders that want to show off their freestyle skills, whether they're riding through the park or treating the whole mountain like a playground, the Brigada bindings offer a medium flex and Now's Skate-Tech for a versatile ride and fluid feel. Skate-Tech technology uses the Hanger 2. 0 baseplate that includes a kingpin, like that of a skateboard truck, that pivots and improves toeside to heelside transitions. ASYM SIEVA straps are interchangeable and can be kept stock for a more responsive feel, or turned upside-down for a looser, for skate-like feel. Swap out the included medium bushings with soft or hard to fine-tune your ride and make the bindings cater towards your riding preference.

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