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Union Falcor Snowboard Binding

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Falcor Snowboard Binding

Reflecting the dynamic and powerful style of professional riding, Union created the Falcor Snowboard Binding with the security and performance you need to send legendary lines and monstrous backcountry jumps. Now, we might not be able to snowboard like the pros, but these bindings are a big step in the right direction. The Stage 6 Duraflex CB baseplate finds the perfect middle ground between strength and weight to keep our setup light when launching off perfect wind-lips, and durable when the landing doesn't go as smoothly as anticipated.


  • Ride legendary terrain with these aggressive bindings
  • Overall stiff flex provides response for big lines and landings
  • Duraflex CB baseplate is ultra strong and responsive
  • Forged Hybrid highback uses carbon for lightweight durability
  • Fused Vaporlite bushings absorb chatter and shock in variable snow
  • Gas pedals increase ollie power and reduce toe drag
  • Mini disk minimally contacts the board for a natural flex pattern
  • Union offers a lifetime warranty on all baseplates and heelcups
  • Item #UNNZ07E

Highback
Falcor Forged Hybrid (Duraflex nylon, Forged Carbon)
Baseplate
Stage 6 Duraflex, Fused Vaporlite+
Baseplate Padding
canted
Ankle Strap
Forma Lab
Toe Strap
2.0 Hexgrip
Ratchet
magnesium buckles
Flex
stiff
Mount
Mini Disk (universal)
Tool-less Adjustment
FLAD
Claimed Weight
[pair] 3lb 14oz
Recommended Use
all-mountain snowboarding, freeride/powder snowboarding, park & freestyle snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 1

Will never buy Union products again

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
M
Height
5` 8"
Weight
170 lbs

The carbon "Y" splintered at the bottom and broke off within 5 rides. A year later and I have not received a warranty replacement and Union will not replace it with a matching part. Not stoked on these bindings or Union's customer service.

Same here. Bad customer service from Union.

So no kidding, after I just went and slammed Union on a few different sites, they just sent me my confirmation for my replacement highback. Im very pleasantly surprised

>Rating: 5

Lightweight performance

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This binding is super light AND comfortable. Getting both lightweight and comfort has always been an issue but Union was able to figure it out on this binding. Since the highback isn’t 100% carbon, it does actually have some flex which keeps things feeling natural. I also notice that when compared to my Force, I don’t get any ice build up under the foot which is great when it’s nuking out and you are constantly stepping in and out packing more snow under your foot. This binding does have some flex side to side (as in nose to tail) which is nice for tweaking grabs, but is super responsive toe to heel making ripping turns or traversing chunder no big deal.

>Rating: 5

2021 Falcor product video

From the Union website.

>Rating: 5

Union Falcor

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
M
Height
6` 0"
Weight
140 lbs

My all time favorite Union binding. I've had a few pair now. The Falcor is everything I am looking for in a binding. Lightweight, responsive, durable, simple. The feature that took me by surprise is the anti snow stick EVA in the baseplate. Snow and ice do not freeze up under foot. I love being able to wipe the snow from my baseplate before strapping in and not having to chip away ice between runs.

Until it breaks 10 days into riding them and Union makes no effort to help replace the broken piece. Making the 350$ investment a very very poor purchase

Until they inevitably break, and union completely refuses to help replace the broken piece. 350$ wasted