Code: WINTER20

Description

Rocket ahead of the crowd with a fast-entry system.

Sure, you'd be happy to not have to sit on your butt while you strap in, but you don't want to sacrifice performance for convenience; fortunately, the Roxy Women's Rock-it Power Snowboard Binding can deliver on both. The drop-down RX S1 asymmetrical highback makes stepping in a snap, and once you're on your way down the slope, this lightweight, mid-flex high-performance binding puts even more distance between you and the rest of your crew.

  • Super-lightweight RX-S1 highback features an asym shape that allows a more natural stance and is easier on your knees
  • High-Speed Entry system has you ready to roll in seconds off the lift
  • Auto Lever makes more room for easy entry
  • Ultralight aluminum baseplate offers maximum energy transfer and responsiveness
  • Full-coverage EVA cushioning under and on top of the baseplate cushions your foot, dampens vibrations, and evenly distributes pressure
  • Tool-free toe and ankle strap levers make adjustments a breeze
  • Asymmetric 3D contoured ankle strap and form-fitting, cored-out toe strap offer a secure, comfortable fit
  • Microbuckle ratchet lets you instantly fine-tune your adjustment
  • Chair Lift Relief control lets you loosen the straps on your attached foot without losing your board

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I'm not much of a park rider, really, my...

I'm not much of a park rider, really, my thing is free riding all over the mountain from easy to double blacks. How are these for advanced free riding minus the park action?

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I don't own these bindings, but they are rated as a 6 out of 10 on the stiffness scale so they should be nice and supportive. For comparison, I have a similar riding style and my bindings are only rated as a 3 but have always felt stiff enough for me. It comes down to personal preference, but in theory these should work well for you. You can also look up the stiffness rating on the bindings you have now just to see how these compare.