The Now Select Pro Snowboard Binding is the same versatile all-mountain binding as the best-selling Select, but comes with a full suite of upgrades so you can customize your riding experience. This kit includes a low-profile Highcup insert, multiple bushing options, and tooless Kingpins so you can fine tune your setup to match whatever's on the agenda for the day, whether it's surfing pow, charging big-mountain lines, or lapping the park. The included Highcup can be switched out with your regular highback when you want a highback-less feel for surfing mellow pow runs or getting loose on jibs. Now also threw in the new toolless Kingpins so you can swap out bushings without having to unscrew the baseplate and worry about messing up your stance. Now's Skate Tech features a Hanger 1. 0 base connected to a hinged Kingpin at its center. The hinge acts like a fulcrum, allowing you to rock the binding back and forth with a subtle amount of play, much like you'd experience when turning on a skateboard truck. Instead of transferring all your energy into turning on a rigid baseplate, the slight rocking motion seamlessly transmits rider inputs into precise turns with powerful edge hold. New this year, the FM highback offers an ideal balance between lateral flex and responsive support in terrain that demands it.
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