Now Select Snowboard Binding

Now Select Snowboard Binding
Now Select Snowboard Binding
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Select Snowboard Binding by Now
Now's best-selling freestyle binding, the Select Binding brings a fluid feel to your park exploits and rail sessions with its pivoting Skate Technology. The Select is a bit more responsive than a traditional park binding, which allows you to charge bigger freestyle features without giving up high-speed stability. The FM highback maximizes energy transfer when you're sending hits in the pipe, carving around the mountain, and cranking frontside spins off jumps.

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