Best Men’s and Women’s Snowboarding Bindings of 2018 Reviews
We took a trove of the latest freeride binders, dialed in the fits, then tested them in a kaleidoscope of conditions. Comfort, construction, durability, and performance all played into how these top-tier pieces were selected. Sophisticated and ready to rally, these models represent the pinnacle of functionality and response for all your freeride pursuits.
Alternatively, freestyle riding is about confidence and thus unabashed charging. The right binding is out there to unleash and unbridle your ultimate potential. It is your force to channel movements to your board, and details add up. We offer you, through tomahawks, slashes and airs, successful landings and sketchy blowouts, the top bindings of the test.
K2 Yeah Yeah
These bindings performed best in pow, packed pow, and groomers on intermediate terrain.
According to our testers, these were some of the most versatile bindings reviewed.
Great design is a powerful thing, and the IPOs pulled the right sketch off the drawing board.
The Katanas are our top pick for their ability to excel on freestyle terrain.