Reviewer: Colton Ronk
Reviewer: Kyle Vargas
foot gets numb too easy.... no support....and overall these bindings suck do not buy
Reviewer: James ratcliffe
These bindings are very easy to get into but offer no support, and even when laced fairly tight your foot will come out on a crash, also dont use the holes in tongue to pull boots on, first time i did this the tongue ripped open
Reviewer: Daniel Carruthers
very easy to get on and off but, definetly not enough ankle support. fine for beginners but definetly not stable enough when you get into rotations and hardcore riding...
Reviewer: Alec Roeser
I gave the binding a 5 for entry and release because it is soooo easy. but this is due to the binding’s lack of support. great binding for starting off. i rode this binding a half of a season when i first learned and bought the era’s. then the parks this year, go for the parks!
Reviewer: mike hammond
these bindings came on my 145 hyperlite state. After one ride I am not very pleased. If you want any kind of support in the ankle region you have to tighten the laces so much you cant feel your toes anymore. I chose to sacrifice a little support so that my toes could have some blood flow. At this point I felt no confidence in my bindings because my heels were moving all around. basically I think they are very uncomfortable and unsupportive. my verdict is they are worthless.
Reviewer: Chris Wilson
I got these bindings last year with the State 135. They are really easy to get into but they dont offer much suffort around your ankle. I twisted my ankle and ricked it another time because it didnt support my upper ankle. Good for beginners, but harsh on landings on wake to wake and it makes for very hard landings. Definately for starting riders.
Reviewer: Jake Blackman
i bought these bindings when i first started and they were fine then when you start to jump the wake and land out in the flats they don’t soak up much of the impact.
good for beginners
Reviewer: Wesley Donaldson
By far the easiest binding to get into, great binding for a beginner learning to do easy turns and do mild wake jumps, but after rider begins to carve aggressively and jump wake to wake, the bindings are too loose and dont offer enough support. The loose fit is great for beginers because they tend to come off instead of slapping the rider into the water when an edge is caught, but this becomes frustrating when cutting realy hard, especially on your toeside edge. Also noticed that the bindings become very uncomfortable on long rides, but this is more likey to do with my wide feet
Reviewer: Gary Farish
To me this binding was all in all Average. What I didn’t like was that the boot still had some heel slideage in it. This is a must for me.