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Ride’s Delta MVMNT Snowboard Bindings are dialed to deliver smoother, cleaner movements. Freestyle movements, not the toilet kind. What the hell are you, seven? Thanks to the flexible Stealth highback, you’ll easily be able to press and tweak without straining too hard.

  • Wedgie 2.5 angled footbeds reduce knee strain and deliver extra leverage for more powerful ollies
  • Urethane Rollbar basepad dampens chop and reduces topsheet damage
  • Forged Response discs work with 3-hole and 4-hole mounting patterns
  • 3D ThinGrip toe strap fits both over the top and over the front of your boot
  • Tool-free strap and highback adjustments take the hassle out of dialing in a custom fit
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Poor hardware ruined the binder

    My beef: the quick release toe strap. The quick release buckle is cheap quality and so it started slipping within a month or so of use. This means that my toe strap would come loose mid run and the bindings would be unresponsive when on the heel edge. I've had a bunch of falls and even a few ruined competition runs because of this. They would be a good binding, but Ride's poor quality hardware turned a high performance freestyle binding into something much less. The worst part was that I was overseas and had to put up with these for a year of riding. Not cool at all. Seriously disappointed


      For being $240 bindings, the ratchets and straps that come on these are a joke. Ratchets are cheap and have a ton of side to side play which is not comforting, and the strap quality is iffy at best. Other than that, I was dying to try out the wedgie footbeds, especially since I rock a slightly wider stance, but after riding with them, I didn't notice anything too amazing. It wasn't uncomfortable by any means, but it wasn't a life changing experience either. The highback had nice flex though, Ride did do a good job with it. Ultimately I returned these, couldn't justify $230 for these, especially with the cheap ass ratchets.

      Ride Delta MVMNT

        All i can say is, these are the best bindings i have ever ridden! Just everything about them is amazing, the super flexibility, Wedgie 2.5 footbed, Stealth highback, The sexy MVMNT color etc,. If your looking for a binding the Ride Delta bindings is the way to go!
        I picked up the last pair of the Ride Delta MVMNT they go perfect with the skatebanana (: i love them, sexy as F@*&^%!

        And ( is the place to get them! Great price, Super Great service, and the shipping is super fast! When i got these it felt like Christmas Morning!
        Thanks again dogfunk!


        Ride Delta MVMNT


          alright, the delta has been an amazing highback for ages... But with the addition of the Stealth Highback, the delta has a whole new level of performance. The flex patter is amazing! Structure up to the mid portion of the highback and then nice and gummy on the upper. This combination gives you great feel and movement through turns and jibs. Truly an amazing upgrade to this years Delta.

          Stealth highback was a big highlight at last years demos, tons of compliments!

          Have to agree with you on this binding it rocks!! Just bought new Skunk Ape and paired it with the new Delta mvmnt. The only downfall to this binding is the ratchet straps seem cheap. They started stripping and peeling whenever i would crank down tight.. First few runs on my new bindings and already bummed out.. $240 are the most i have spent on bindings and my older cheaper ones were more durable.In my 15+ years of boarding i have never had bindings strip on me when cranking down tight. Overall great design, just needs a small improvement to be 100%

          Hey there, Burton Cartel's didn't pan out...

          Hey there, Burton Cartel's didn't pan out in 2009...entirely too much flex. Broke my back on the slopes. I'm tipping the scales at 240 now. 6'1" plan on riding a 162. Ready to ride this year and already booked a trip to Jackson in Feb. I'll be the fat guy on the mtn. and will clearly need stiff bindings this season. So many bindings out there, It's rough narrowing the options. What should I be looking at?