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Light as a feather and tough as nails.
It's actually pretty simple. You want increased strength, decreased weight, and bubble-bath comfort. The all-mountain, mid-stiff Raiden Pusher Binding delivers without serving up a bunch of silly gimmicks along the way. Lighter weight is achieved through lighter materials. Greater durability is achieved through (you guessed it) stronger materials, and comfort is dialed using Raiden's cutting-edge damping technology and ergonomic design.
- Precision Fit 2 Chassis delivers phenomenal damping with Queen-Sized Airbags in the toe and heel, which also reduce weight dramatically
- Fiberglass-loaded nylon baseplate provides huge strength and impossibly light weight
- Asym Hammer Highback with support shifted 5 degrees inward for a more comfortable position for wider stances with quicker response
- Dual Air Dampening extends shock absorbing qualities from the heel airbags to the toe while drastically reducing binding weight. The dampeners collapse during hard landings to absorb shock and a gel insert eliminates vibration
- Premium control Cut Ankle Strap with Flex Window for light weigh and comfortable, flexible design
- Revert convertible toe strap with flex window for reduced weight with increased comfort
- Speed Wheel aluminum buckles with an injected ratcheted roller for no slipping or stripping
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Kind of keep your feet attached...
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I imagine that these bindings would work alright for riders who spend a few days in the park every season, but I've put 50 days on the pushers this winter and have only been frustrated with them. Within the first week of using them the foam padding started to peel off of the high-backs and the paint started getting scuffed to hell; mildly annoying, but normally not a deal-breaker in my book.
On top of that, though, the screws that come with the bindings come loose constantly. Any time I shift my stance I tighten them up as much as I can and I inevitably have to re-tighten them after a run or two. Additionally I'm finding that even when I don't move them around at all, I have to re-tighten the screws every week or so or else my feet start loosely cranking back and forth as the binding comes unmounted. I would normally just get better quality screws or put a drop of nail polish in each insert to get them to stick, but somehow there's more.
No matter how I adjust the toe strap on these bindings, I can't get them to stay put. It's gotten to the point where I either have to synch them down so tight that they put wrinkles in my boots and cut off circulation to my toes, or I can expect to feel them slip off when I'm half-way down the run and readjust them 3-4 times a day.
In general they just inhibit my stoke.
Are these bindings universal with Rome...
Are these bindings universal with Rome snow boards? ROME
ARTIFACT ROCKER SNOWBOARD???
These are compatible with that board.
Great all around freestyle binding
I have been riding the Nitro Pusher bindings for 2-3 years now and I love how they fit. They have a very comfortable fit and the flex is perfect for freestyle riding. They fit almost any boot from any company and the unibody base creates precision response when I need it (get out of my way skier). The nitro Air Bags under the heals and toes create a very comfortable and forgiving plate form to stand on for hours at a time. I love them!
The 2013 Raiden Pushers by Nitro
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Park kids this is for you!
So good in the park!
One Run with Sam on the Nitro Pushers
Sam Taxwood take a run through the Brighton park on the 2013 Raiden Pushers by Nitro.
will you be getting more of the 2013 green...
will you be getting more of the 2013 green pushers in medium in stock?
I hope they do - I love that color!!!
2013 Raiden Pushers
Description of the 2013 Raiden Pushers by Nitro.