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Spark R&D Canted Pucks


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    Spark Canted Pucks

    The Spark Canted Pucks are basically the same pucks that put Spark R&D on the market, except a slight, 3-degree canted angle makes these pucks a bit friendlier on your knees. With these pucks, you can adjust your binding's stance on the fly. They are compatible with any splitboard that has the industry standard 4-hole inserts, excluding the K2 Kwicker. They are not compatible with channel style splitboards, DIY splitboards, or Spark R&D's canted pucks.

    • Same as Spark's original pucks, but at a canted angle
    • +/- 1/4-inch heel-toe adjustments in .5-inch increments
    • +/- 30° angle adjustments in 3° increments
    • Compatible with splitboards with 4-hole mounts
    • Item #KRD000J

    Tech Specs

    aluminum, nylon
    Recommended Use
    backcountry snowboarding
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    One word! Adjustment!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you run Spark bindings, there will be no need for sanding down your pucks. Canted pucks also are easier on the ankles. As most high-end resort bindings do come with a cant now days and they feel great!

    Biggest thing! Adjustability. You can adjust vertically and horizontally and really dial down where your binding sits, adjusting even overhang on your toe side and heel side is huge for your riding!

    So easy to set up as well and are secure! Let me know if you have any questions on your split gear.

    great product

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have canted bindings (Rome 390 Boss) on my solid board and love them, so going canted for my split kit was an obvious and great choice. I used flat pucks for several years and wish I'd switched sooner! It's a matter of preference, but I think canted bindings are way more comfortable than flat. If you think so too, you should get these. The wider you like your stance, the more you'll appreciate them.