A Maestro is someone who's reached the pinnacle of their craft - a true master. The Ride Maestro Snowboard Bindings will definitely show all your friends - and probably everyone else at the mountain, that you're that guy. With the latest in highback technology the Maestro features Ride s Slimeback™ EC highback for an ultra smooth ride and optimal support. This binding brings you the best in medial-lateral flex for pro level slashing. Go out there and get after it in a binding that will never give you up or let you down.
5 Flex On a scale from 1 to 10, these bindings offer a medium amount of control for a wide range of riding options, especially in freestyle terrain.
Wedgie™ 2.5 and 4.0 Footbeds Ultra lightweight, canted footbeds with ankle and knee alignments.
Urethane Rollbar™ The basepad is injected with urethane, for extra dampening and shock absorption.
Aluminum Infinity™ Chassis A lightweight reduced footprint chassis. Built with 100% aircraft grade 6061 aluminum alloy delivering unsurpassed durability, quality and performance for charging riders.
3D Thingrip™ Toe Strap An over-molded rubber web for super snug boot grip, offering the max in support and response
AstroGlyde™ LT Ratchet Innovative minimalist lever design that is engineered for superior cranking power and buttery release
FlipSide™ Mount Strap Holds the ankle strap out of the way when you're getting into your bindings. Easy!
ThinFlex™ Ankle Strap Comfortable, asymmetrically contoured pad-less strap giving you added lateral support.
Slimeback™ Highback Drawn from Ride's proprietary Slimewalls® snowboard technology, the Slimeback™ features a smooth-riding material that provides fluid support in all riding conditions.
Forged Aluminum Micro-Disc Built for binding flex and performance, this disc is 30% lighter than normal discs and fits 2x4 patterns as well as slot/channel boards.
Adjustable Heelcup Control the way your heelcup feels for ultimate fine tuning control.
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Comments about Ride Maestro Snowboard Bindings 2014:
I love these bindings, but after only a few uses, the top strap webbing is ripping slightly. The same thing is also happening on my friend's Ride Capo bindings.