Best Womens Park Bindings of 2016

  • Killing it in the park? Need a binding that can keep up and look just as good as you? Check out these ladies park bindings and let us know what you end up going with in the comments.

  • Flux GU

    A women’s snowboard binding. Wraps around your ankle using an F-Tech 3D Fit ankle strap, so pressure points are virtually nonexistent. The Flux GU also makes use a of a urethane mounting disc giving the user the ability to take advantage of the real flex of their board. Other notable features involve tool-less adjustment and EVA baseplate padding. They’re very easy to use, and are extremely comfortable.

  • Salomon Mirage

    The only member of the ShadowFit family made specifically for women, the Mirage Binding is designed to perform like none other and look good doing it. Featuring tool-free Micromax adjustment for no fuss changes on the fly, and extra comfy straps for so you can ride from first to last chair. ShadowFit Technology blended with the women’s specific Mirage Highback hands over comfort, response, and top-shelf performance that’s almost too good to be true.

  • K2 Yeah Yeah

    Another great binding from K2 womens line, the Yeah Yeah utilizes tweakback technology in this "peaceback" allowing for maximum tweakability. This binding is definitely softer than the HUE. Funnel buckles make it easy to strap in and with tons of cushion under foot and a nice gas pedal in the toe ramp, this binding is ready to keep you comfy and secure all over the mountain.

  • Union Milan

    This women’s binding is made for riders with a wide stance in mind, and is best suited for park/street snowboarding. They are extremely easy to adjust with tool-free adjustment, and are one of the cheaper binding options available for women boarders. The baseplate and highback on this model are soft. Not suited for all mountain/freestyle and powder boarding terrain.

  • Nitro Lynx

    Ideal for all-terrain boarding, and they combine comfort with agility. The flex on this model is smack in the middle, so all-mountain rides will enjoy it. They feature dual-air dampening which is both lightweight and extremely effective in shock absorption. There are virtually no pressure points with the Nitro Lynx.

  • Switchback Women’s Combo - Eames

    This one strap design combines functionality and comfort, with a toolless design that makes using this binding that easier. Option to remove the highback if the user would like. Lightweight, with straps that make it comfortable to use for extended periods of time in tough conditions. This binding is one of the most customizable, with almost every part being removable or adjustable to give the user the most personal boarding experience.

  • Rome Katana

    Tool free is standard with the Rome Katana. Also, with a flex rating of 6-10, this binding is designed for the more experienced user. A state-of-the-art shock absorption system gives the user an incredibly smooth ride. This binding is perfectly suited for any boot, with a minimalist, simplistic design and it is also extremely lightweight. You can customize your flex strap to suit your preferences.

  • Burton Sidekick

    State of the art cushioning system makes for a smooth ride. Winged hi-backs come standard, making it easy to tweak. The base plate gives you total control over your boards flex, allowing you to use to the max. It’s stiffer than the average binding, making it ideal for more experienced users, but it is also very comfortable.

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