Lynx Snowboard Bindings - Women's 2012: Completely redesigned for the 2012 season, the Raiden
Lynx Snowboard Bindings have been upgraded with dual air dampening, slim cut ankle straps and revert window toe straps for added comfort. The women’s specific Asym Type S highback is ergonomically shaped for more comfort and evenly dispersed pressure. The Raiden
Lynx Snowboard Bindings will deliver mind blowing performance on every surface making it the perfect all-terrain women’s binding.
Precision Fit 2 Chassis features dampening like no other one-piece binding in the line-up. Queen size airbags in toe and heel deliver unrivalled dampening and support while massively reducing weight. Fiberglass loaded Nylon material guarantees best strength and response at a minimum weight. Yep, it’s that light.
The Revert Window toe strap construction nicely follows the shape of any boot toe box. You can wear it either in front of your boot to pull the foot back and down or traditionally over the top of the boot like a conventional strap. Converted in just seconds - tool free.
Raiden’s Premium Slim Cut ankle strap has a narrower profile for improved flex and freedom of movement. Incorporating Raiden super memory foam for lasting comfort and additional leather reinforcements on the top and sides, this design can take any abuse.
Flex Rating – 5 (1 Soft – 10 Stiff) Women’s Type S Asymmetrical highback design is built for the quickest response from rider to board- quicker than you can blink actually. The Asymmetrical design better accommodates today’s stances from 21 inches and up. To ensure maximum response and align the pressure to the middle of the boot, the highback support axis is shifted 5 degrees inwards for a better edge hold and comfort.
Forged Speedwheeel aluminum buckles with LSD alignment; The strongest and lightest aluminum lever construction and the smoothness of a composite speedwheel make these buckles work like a dream and last forever.
New Raiden Dual Air Dampening extends the shock absorbing qualities from heel airbags to the toe area while significantly reducing the weight of the binding. During hard landings, these columns collapse and absorb energy in the most efficient way. An additional gel inserted in the heel eliminates high frequency shocks like those experienced during heel side chatter.