Union Juliet Snowboard Binding - Women's

Union Juliet Snowboard Binding - Women's
Union Juliet Snowboard Binding - Women's
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Juliet Snowboard Binding - Women's by Union
The Union Juliet Snowboard Binding is built for park laps, side hits, tree jibs, and just generally playing around across the entire mountain. With a medium flex and a freestyle-oriented highback, the Juliet excels in the park, from back threes to proper nosepresses, but is more than capable of holding its own on groomers, tree runs, and pow stashes as well. The Juliet highback is slightly stiffer and flatter than the Rosa highback to offer more support and lateral tweakability, while the ultra-durable Stage 5 baseplate features dual-density bushings for exceptional damping and truer board flex.

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