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Are your shred pals always waiting for you to strap-in at the top of the mountain? Pick up the K2 Cinch CTS Snowboard Binding for ultra-fast operation that'll have you blowing past your buds while they're fine-tuning their bindings. This rear-entry binding features a Cinch C2 chassis that features a quick-release buckle for easy use. Simply unlock the buckle, fold down the highback, and slide your foot into the binding. Voila! You're ready to ride—without having to tighten the ankle and toe straps. 

The binding's Cinch Airlight highback is strategically cored out for weight savings without sacrificing energy transfer or response. Angled three-degrees to anatomically match your leg's natural position, the Seamless EVA, Canted Harshmellow footbed not only relieves pressure from your knees during riding, but it also adds a heightened level of control and added pop, especially with rockered boards. The Harshmellow pads at the toe and heel absorb shock and vibration from rough landings, frozen chunder, and uneven terrain.

Super plush and comfortable, the Custom Caddi ankle strap is 3D contoured, conforming to your boot without nasty pressure points or hot spots, and it's adjustable without tools for ease of use. The Tool-Less Universal toe strap is cored out to fit precisely over the boot's toe, pulling your boot back into the heelcup for extra response. It can also be worn over-the-top for a more traditional feel.

  • Cinch C2: rear-entry design (nylon baseplate and aluminum heelcup)
  • Cinch Airlight highback
  • Seamless EVA, Canted Harshmellow footbed (tool-less adjustable toe ramp)
  • Universal Disc attaches to 3-hole, 4-hole, and Channel systems
  • Custom Caddi ankle strap (tool-less adjustable)
  • Tool-Less Universal toe strap
  • Hella RADchets
  • Medium flex (5/10)
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4 years and still love these

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

There is a shortage of step-in bindings in the world and... these are the best I've tried. I rented setups with even the fanciest Flow models and something about those is just not as stiff as these. I ride offtrail, backcountry, crud, pow, ice, places with Closed signs, and the Cinch binding has held steady through it all. I use a pretty stiff boot after discovering that softer, park-riding boots just don't let me push my speed enough in powder. My only complaint is that the little metal part that keeps the back of the binding system latched is a bit flimsy. Mine rolled up and I have to carefully fix it once in a while. The metal is sharp as a razor too, so... yipes. I bet the CTX doesn't have that problem. If I ever wear these out, I'll surely upgrade. Thank you K2!