Now x Yes Snowboard Binding

Now x Yes Snowboard Binding
Now x Yes Snowboard Binding
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x Yes Snowboard Binding by Now
Both Now bindings and Yes snowboards are at the forefront of shredding innovation, so it only made sense for the two companies to collaborate on a binding that handles every aspect of the mountain. The Now x Yes Snowboard Binding offers versatility, a dynamic feel, and excellent board control so you can rip everything from park laps to steep, technical descents. Now's Skate Tech features a Hanger 1. 0 base for a feel that mimics turning on a skateboard truck, reducing vibration and shock underfoot with medium-density bushings sitting directly under the Hanger. The Flex Hinge 2. 0 highback serves up added power and edge hold on heelside turns, while also eliminating calf bite. The Sieva ankle strap is made from one piece of single-injected EVA, meaning less weight and greater durability.

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