Nova Snowboard Binding - Women's by Salomon Snowboards
Finding the perfect middle ground between freestyle and freeride performance, the Salomon Nova Binding is engineered with a leg-contouring 4D highback, shock-absorbing Blaster baseplate, and quality straps to make it the go-to choice for all riders and abilities. The 4D highback uses women-specific geometry, which offers a slightly lower design to contour naturally to your leg and push the boundaries in dynamic flex--meeting all of your freestyle and all-terrain needs. The Blaster baseplate employs a responsive joint between the heel cup and baseplate to work as a suspension system that smooths out your ride and gives you more control in choppy terrain. This particular version of Blaster has a soft-density joint, which places itself farther on the freestyle end of the riding spectrum. Canted airbeds align your joints in a natural position to increase leverage over the board, as well as reducing fatigue along the knees. The asymmetrical shape of the 3D Asym Supreme Ankle Strap increases support on the outside and tweakability on the inside, resulting in a high-performing, well-cushioned fit that keeps you riding all day. The Deluxe Lock-In toe strap keeps your boot securely in place, while the smooth aluminum buckles lock you down with one long crank. It's finished with a Universal disc that mounts to both 4-hole and Channel boards for riding with virtually any board on the market.
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