5 Sick Bindings Under Two Hundred Bucks


You want comfort, good board feel, flexibility, cushion, durability—you want a lot from your bindings.  Well, you can get it all and you don’t have to spend four hundred dollars or more to get really good ones. Here are five solid choices. As a general rule, if you go up in price from this median 200 hundred dollar point, you are gaining custom features and lighter materials. If you go down in price, you are getting less custom adjustability and the bindings get heavier. Go too low, though, and you’re feet could be bumming. If you ride a lot, bindings are not a place where you want to skimp.


Burton Mission: $199

Super light highback, full cushion baseplate.

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Flow The Five: $199

Easy in & out, ultralight and adjustable.

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Rome Arsenal: $190

Flexible, light and built for abuse.

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Salomon The Boss: $179

Team designed with a freestyle flex.

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Union Force: $199

All day, all-terrain comfort and durability.

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