Why We Like The Union Charger Splitboard Binding
Union's innovations never stop, so it's no surprise the groundbreaking Charger Splitboard Binding is back again for another season of top-tier performance. Its pinless Dual Lock System makes the transition from touring to riding easy as can be. The flip of a lever allows us to rotate the bindings 90-degrees and start our descent. The Charger's touring bracket is similarly pinless and features a heel riser to assist on steep ascents.
- Innovative backcountry snowboard binding for quicker transitions
- Dual Lock System provides fast, tool-less swapping into ride mode
- Touring bracket with included heel riser makes climbing more comfortable
- Stiff flex provides support uphill and quick reactions downhill
- Dual-layer highback provides timely response and flexibility
- Pinless baseplate for a natural board feel while riding
- Item #UNNZ0CX
- EXP3 Duraflex ST
- SP3 Duraflex
- Baseplate Padding
- thermoformed EVA
- Ankle Strap
- Exoframe 5.0
- Toe Strap
- TS 4.0+
- Magnesium S1 + aluminum base
- medium-stiff (7 of 10 on Union's scale)
- Charger Split Disk (Voile, 4-hole), Charger Quiver Disk (4-hole)
- Tool-less Adjustment
- Dual Lock System, Split FLAD 3.0, straps
- backcountry splitboarding
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year, [baseplates] limited lifetime
5 based on 1 ratings
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December 18, 2023
- I've used it several times
- Size Bought:
This was the first time I tried a pin less split board binding. I love it. I wasn’t sure if the difference would be worth the reinvestment from my traditional Explorer bindings. I’m really happy with how easy the Charger is to operate. Blown away actually. Just like you’d expect from Union, they ride great downhill when on decent. I keep these on my split set up and have now picked up a pair of Union Rovers for my set of Explorers to keep them in the mix.
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