As one of the lightest female bindings on the market, the Union Women's Trilogy Snowboard Binding won't hold you back when you're sending the biggest jumps in the park, carving steep runs at high speeds, and surf-slashing through deep powder. Despite its incredibly lightweight feel, the Trilogy is pretty-near bombproof with its Duraflex ST baseplate. Union specifically developed Duraflex ST for cold-weather use ensuring the binding's longevity for seasons to come, backed by Union's lifetime warranty against baseplate and heelcup breakage. Armed with a medium flex, the Trilogy seamlessly transitions from pow laps to park jumps without missing a beat, and thanks to the Trilogy Duraflex ST highback it provides an ideal blend of responsive heelside support and lateral mobility for tweaking out grabs. The super-plush ankle strap features a 3D-formed design that comfortably wraps around your boot without painful pressure points. UltraGrip toe straps conform to the shape of any boot with anti-slip thermoplastic. Multi-density EVA bushings absorb shock fro variable snow and big landings, and the Universal Disk mount attaches to any 4x2, 4x4, or Channel system snowboard so you can use these rider-favorite bindings on the whole quiver.
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