Sometimes I find myself in a tricky situation while out shredding: cliff line, rocky chute, mogul fields, you name it. Pussy-footing down a line is lame and even worse is hiking out. Man up with the Karakoram Straightline Splitboard Binding.
Interface A wide support cradle increases tour mode rigidity, while an offset cradle allows snow to clear during entry. The tour mode clip locks the binding's sleeved touring pin in the cradle for the most secure touring connection possible.
Dual Height Riser Base Adjust your riser angle with Dual Risers for the perfect fit. 70 mm climbing wire comes standard with optional 55 mm and 85 mm climbing wires availiable.
Axle System Independent sleeves that rotate freely on a fixed through axle (similar to a bike axle) for the stiffest and smoothest touring pivot
Quick release touring bracket allows for quickest and simplest transition
No removable parts ensures you won't lose any key components.
Active Joining Technology Five spring-loaded attachment points create a solid connection between the bindings and Ride Mode Interface. Pre-loading every interface delivers seamless transmission of rider input for the ultimate backcountry experience.
Heel stay pins push through attachment loops driving snow and ice build-up out of the way.
Pins made from Titanium for 1/2 the weight of stainless while being 3 times stronger
Wide contact points to improve responsiveness between the bindings and board
Carbon Fiber chassis stiffeners
3D molded Super Foam Ankle Strap
Dual pivot ratchets
Carbon Fiber Highback Featherweight performance due to the biaxial weave carbon fiber and multi-layer composite layup, which gives you an optimal combination of stiffness and comfort.
Ride Stride Designed to save energy, Ride Stride allows for a -8° forward lean in walk mode for a more natural range of motion. Transition into Ride Mode by simply rotating the forward lean adjuster 90° to your preset forward lean setting.
Uses factory standard splitboard hole pattern and comes with DIY mounting template
Removal of bindings not required to change from snowboard to skis