Souped-up for steep lines and huge jumps.
Looking for a binding that charges backcountry kickers, park jumps, and steeps? Check the Ride Capo Snowboard Binding for all-mountain freestyle performance and a medium-stiff flex. This responsive binding uses a brand new Vertigo highback with a unique louvered design that provides high levels of control and comfort. Its aluminum Infinity chassis offers bombproof durability, as backed by Ride's lifetime warranty on baseplates and heelcups. In addition, this chassis has an adjustable heelcup, allowing you to dial-in a customized fit with your favorite boots.
Wrapping your upper foot and ankle in luxurious comfort, the binding's freestyle ankle strap uses multi-density 3D padding and formed neoprene for a plush feel. Moving the ankle strap out of your way, the FlipSide mount strap allows you to easily strap in without stepping on pesky straps. As if that's not enough, the kind folks at Ride redesigned their legendary toe strap for a better fit. This brand new ThinGrip Max toe strap uses ultra-thin, 3D-shaped rubber to comfortably grip over the toe of your boot, sucking your heel back into the binding for better response and a seamless fit.
Additional shred-worthy features include a plush Wedgie footbed that not only aligns your knees into an anatomically correct riding position, but it also amplifies your edge control and ollies, especially on rockered boards. Bringing a plush, dampened feel, the binding's Urethane Rollbar disperses shock and nasty vibrations from harsh landings and high-speed chatter.
- Aluminum Infinity chassis with adjustable heelcup
- Forged aluminum Micro-Disc (mounts to 4-hole, channel systems)
- Vertigo highback with tool-less forward lean
- Wedgie footbed with Urethane Rollbar
- Freestyle ankle strap
- ThinGrip Max toe strap
- FlipSide mount strap
- AstroGlyde LT ratchets
- Item #RDE003F
- Q & A
Ride Capo Snowboard Binding - 2015/2016
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
These bindings were exactly what I was wanting. Fairly stiff for all-mountain riding. Without having to crank down the straps, they keep your foot in place with no movement. The rubber-mesh toe straps are much better than other toe caps.
These are hands-down the best bindings I have owned. Don't think I will go for anything else but Ride bindings in the future
Great minimalistic Binding
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Only rode these for one day so far. But Already i can tell im gonna love them.
They are very minimalistic, love the straps, very narrow but still more than enough support/hold.
The toe strap is the best I have used, and I've tried a lot of bindings.
I love how you don't need to crank the straps to tight, just make them snug, and they hold you in like a rock.
The high backs are a good stiffness, but still allow for tweaking out grabs and stuff.
This is a stiff binding tho, so great for all mountain charging and holds up in powder (there was a foot of fresh today).
Will see how these hold up, but so far seem great, and would recommend.
Ride Capo Snowboard Binding
I have a size 12 Ride Lasso boot. What size Ride Capo binding would work best with these boots, L or XL? Thanks!
Realistically you could use either size. Depending on the waist width of the board you're riding... if narrower then I'd go for the Large's. If wider then you could go for the XL's. This way if you use other boots or get different boots in the future, then those will work with the bindings as well.
Feel free to hit me up with any snowboarding questions.
what degree canting do the wedgie footbeds have?
2.5 degree canting.
Hi, I'm size Mens US 9 boot and I'm not sure if I should go Medium or Large. 32yrs old, 165lb 5'9" all mountain freestyle rider.
Go with the Large and size it down. Fits much better than using the medium and maxing out all the adjustments.