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Say goodbye to sloppy seams and unnerving board chatter with Karakoram Splitboard Clips. They feature a patent-pending latch system that pulls the two halves of your splitboard together, rather than just holding them next to each other, so that you can enjoy a torsionally stiffer and more solid ride that will improve control and boost your confidence in technical terrain.

  • Latch system firmly secures the board halves together for the tightest board seam possible, improving control and eliminating chatter
  • Same mounting pattern as Voile so you can swap out without drilling additional holes
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HARDWARE

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I use these on my Jones Solution split and love them.

If you're buying these clips and don't have the hardware, you'll want to get the hardware as well to mount on your board.

http://www.backcountry.com/karakoram-mounting-hardware?skid=KRM000K-ONECOL-ONESIZ&ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6a2FyYWtvcmFtOjE6MTA6a2FyYWtvcmFt

Need for Karakoram bindings

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I needed to make the switch to these from the Voile clips that came with my board. I have a 2012 Jones Solution (the year before they started coming with these clips) and was making the jump from using standard bindings on slider plates to the Prime1. These make a huge difference in rigidity of the board. They not only hold the board together but pull the 2 halves into each other which makes for a much more stable and responsive ride.



If you are getting Karakoram bindings and your board doesn't have these then you need to get them.

Need for Karakoram bindings

Needed for my board

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The "quick-change" is not possible using the factory-installed hardware, because the bindings don't easily slide off, so in essence, you'd have to remove one of the mounts completely, to change between skis and snowboard. By installing clips, you are able to use your Karakoram system more efficiently (and much faster). At this time, there are very few split board binding options in the market that are made to be quick and effortless.

Rock Solid Connection

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

One of my splitboards is a very soft, fully-rockered Lib-Tech. Super fun on pow days, but very iffy when snow conditions degrade. I had it setup with basic Voile DIY hardware. Earlier this year, I bought the K clips to see if any torsional rigidity could be added. The answer; absolutely YES. I would not have dared riding a squishy, rockered split down the couloir pictured below without the K-clips.



Seriously, the clips took 45 minutes to install. That included "heating out" the epoxy from my Voile hook hardware, which most of you will not have to do. Same screw pattern and size as Voile hooks, so you do not need hardware if you are upgrading from them. You can adjust the clips as a board breaks in, which is necessary with plastic puck and binding friction or interior seam friction over time.



If you want to extend the life of an old split, or rip serious terrain without shelling out serious cash for a factory split, go with K clips!

Rock Solid Connection

Solid Clips

    These clips are adjustable that makes a�huge difference when it comes to connection the only question I see is how tight is too tight. I got mine as tight as I could and they really seal the to sides. Really easy install, they come with�templates but the screws and bolts need to be purchased separately.

    Massive Clamping Force

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    There is no better way to connect your splitty than with the K-Clips. If your board lacks rigidity this will improve it. It's re-assuring to feel the connection these clips offer.



    That said there are some drawbacks. 1) The hardware may need to be modified. I ended up shortening some of the bolts to keep from having exposed threads above the nut. 2) These are SCREAMING for a glove-friendly pull tab. I'm really surprised at how hard it is to unlatch with a glove on.



    Adjustable tension helps fine-tune the clamping force on your "skillfully" cut DIY or a variety of factory splits.



    My entire quiver is upgraded to these, no exceptions for me.

    Massive Clamping Force

    These are the new models correct? Meaning...

    These are the new models correct? Meaning for the 2013/2014 season if so I would update the current picture with this one considering the new models come with tension adjustment.

    These are the new models correct? Meaning...