Hologram Snowboard Binding - Women's by Salomon Snowboards
Thanks to the enhanced flexibility of ShadowFit technology, the Salomon Hologram Snowboard Binding offers a heightened degree of lateral mobility when you're lapping the park and cruising across the whole mountain. It all starts with Salomon's ShadowFit baseplate, which features a flexible heelcup that's supported with a Kevlar Quickwire, so you can crank into heelside turns without washing out. The flexible heelcup allows you to load up ollies and tweak out tricks without a traditional, motion-restricting heelcup getting in your way. The Hologram Snowboard Binding features a cored-out Hologram highback that's asymmetrically designed for the ultimate in comfort and control over your board. Aligning with your natural riding stance, the 2. 5-degree canted footbed alleviates fatigue over your knees and ankles while increasing the control over your board's tip and tail, especially on decks with rocker profiles. Plush, 3D-formed Shadow straps allow you to ride for hours at a time without pressure points holding you back. These straps are complemented with Locked-Up Toe Straps that suck the tip of your boot back into the heelcup for greater responsiveness.
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