Description

Built to tweak.

The K2 Hurrithane Snowboard Binding is the one that started the urethane-highback craze a few years back. Since then, the Hurrithane has lost weight and taken greater advantage of its flexible highbacks to make it one of the most comfortable and natural-feeling bindings in the park.

The first thing you'll notice when riding the Hurrithane is the urethane highback. Its soft flex allows you to tweak grabs and slides like never before while also improving comfort. The baseplate is K2's Pro Fusion PC, a soft-flexing polycarbonate chassis with Tool-Less Power Ramp adjustments for on-hill tuning. The canted, seamless EVA footbed cushions hard landings while compensating for the natural angle of the ankle and foot. 

Super-cush Custom Caddi ankle straps eliminate pressure points and the cored-out toe straps grip your boots securely, yet comfortably. The Mega RADchet ratchets with Easy Feed Housing are equipped with oversized aluminum levers that are extremely durable and easy to use, even with your gloves on.

  • Tweekback FS urethane highback
  • Pro-Fusion baseplate
  • Canted seamless EVA footbed
  • Universal disc
  • Custom Caddi ankle strap
  • Tool-Less Universal toe strap
  • Medium-soft flex

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Using Burton Moto boots in size 9 and made the mistake of going off of Burton's binding chart instead of K2's binding chart.
K2 says I should use L sized bindings for boots 8-11, but ordered M even though my Burton boots are 9. Not sure how much their sizing varies between brands. Was also afraid L bindings will hang over the edge of my 147cm Women's board , but don't want them to be too small either. What do you recommend? (I don't have the board on me for comparison) but here is a picture. Are these bindings way too small?

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Emma,

For starters I'd put the boot on your foot and then insert it into the binding. That will be your biggest determining factor. Right now without your foot in the boot, when you ratchet down the straps you have the ability to compress the boot and get a false sense of fit. With your foot in the boot, you'll be able to gauge how far down each strap you're able to ratchet and if there are any pressure points.

Going by the photos, the bindings look like they work nicely for your boots. For your board, your binding size won't affect the toe drag as the bindings wont change your boot sole length.

Keep in mind a size 9 burton moto will have the footprint of a size 8 because of the "Shrinkage FootPrint Reduction" so you'r benefiting big time there (for preventing toe drag). What board model and length did you get?

Shoot me an email anytime you have questions!

Jared D.
Expert Gearhead
801.736.4336
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