The Logic is the softest binding in Bent Metal's lineup, but that's not to say it's lacking support. Its ergonomically cupped highback wraps around the back of your boot, providing a secure feel countered by a soft flex—you can give this thing a good bend by hand. This pliability makes the Logic the ultimate in tweakability, letting you forget it's there until you need response. That's when it steps up to provide support. Testers welcomed its simplicity and clear freestyle tendencies. Artwork by Sean Genovese is the finishing touch on what testers concluded to be the ultimate in no-nonsense snowboard attachment.

Binding Features & Details

  • Calcium Bi-Ax Driveplate
  • Urethane highback
  • Cube forward lean adjustment
  • Mobility Construction ankle strap
  • MSRP $240.00

Rad: Simplicity that anyone with an affinity for flex can appreciate.

Bad: Some testers reported getting poked with ratchet spring.


If you appreciate flex and simplicity, look no further than Bent Metal’s Logic binding. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

Forged aluminum buckles are lightweight and durable, and tighten smoothly. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

The minimalist Light Form Toe Straps easily conform to your boot. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

The Calcium Bi-Ax Driveplate is soft-flexing for a freestyle-driven feel. The artwork by Sean Genovese sure is a nice touch too. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

Adjust on the fly thanks to tool-free straps adjusters. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen

Comfortable, flexible, and ready to handle the terrain both in the park and out, the Logic is a viable choice for freestyle-first riders who don’t like to categorize themselves. | PHOTO: Chris Wellhausen


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