The 3 Best Snowboard Bindings of 2013
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Now IPO Snowboard Bindings
A pivoting baseplate on the Now IPO creates a fulcrum-like motion at the ankle (think skateboard trucks), meaning less wasted energy when you lean and, in our experience, the smoothest ride yet.
Ride Revolt Snowboard Bindings
The new urethane highback on Ride’s all-mountain Revolt absorbed vibration and flexed more fluidly than traditional plastic parts. Cushy footbeds and plush straps add to the all-around comfort.
Flow NX2 SE Snowboard Bindings
In the past, Flow’s bindings were exclusively rear entry. For 2013, its NX2 SE at last lets you take the traditional route and strap in from the side.