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2016 Ride LXH Womens Binding Overview

 

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Hi there, welcome to the Morning Shred, brought to you by snowboards.com. I'm Jenna, this is Ryan from Ride and this is the Ride LXH. Ryan this binding is another one that's been around for a long time right, and for good reason? Yeah absolutely. This is the LXH and the LX has been staple bindings in the Ride binding line for many, many years. Kind of that entry-level to advanced woman rider. We've got the RAD ankle strap which is kind of a stepped down from the EX or the LX RAD ankle strap, we use the LSD with all of our women's product which is Lady Specific Design. Women actually putting input into women's product helps design a product for women which is a cool thing.

 

Got the thin grip material here which stretches out to just about any toe box in the game - great value on kind of a lower priced binding - yeah, you're getting a lot of bells and whistles for under 150 bucks with this binding. We got the RAD ankle strap we just touched on plastic spectrum chassis running on the EVA baseplate or nylon baseplate, little bit smaller baseplate so it's going to allow that board to flex a little bit more underneath your feet. FlexLite highback, kind of an asymmetrical design, going to give you a great fit, allows perfect amount of energy from the calf to the heel edge. Yeah, great binding, great entry level binding for the price. Overall just a great, soft-flexing binding, something they can learn and progress on. Exactly and then we have the Wedgie footbed system on here which is a full EVA footbed on a pricepoint binding which is huge. It's got the Wedgie footbed system which is kind of angled in, gives you more of a natural way of riding and adds comfort and pop to your riding.

 

Great, well if you're looking for something soft-flexing, maybe you're an entry-level to mid-level rider make sure you check out the LXH on snowboards.com and thanks for watching.