Millenium 3 Stagger 4 Stealth Kids Snowboard and Binding Package

$319.98 (53% off)
Millenium 3 Stagger 4 Stealth Kids Snowboard and Binding Package, , 600
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Perfect for the beginning shredder comes the Millenium 3 Stagger 4 Stealth Snowboard and Binding Package. The EZ Rockr profile keeps the nose and tail up so they can master turns and the extruded Flip Flop base is super durable and holds wax well. The soft flex allows the board to twist and bend which makes learning the basics a breeze for beginners.

This package also includes the 5th Element Stealth binding. This binding is perfect for your little one's first time on the hill. With easy adjustable tool-less straps you can fit the binding to the boot easily. Soft EVA foam provides nice padding across the boot for control and comfort. Padding on the highback allows for easier heelside turns and even more comfort for your kid. Mom and Dad can now enjoy the luxury of sipping on hot chocolate while they watch the progression of their kid unfold before their very own eyes.

  • Millenium 3 Stagger 4 Snowboard
  • 5th Element Stealth Snowboard Bindings

Gender  Boys Package Type  Board and Bindings Recommended Use  All Mountain Freestyle
Snowboard Rocker Profile  Rocker Product ID  424405   
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Q: my son is 3'8" and wears a size 11.5 youth shoe. What size boots and bindings should i get him?
Asked : Nov 21, 2016
By : JD, NY
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A: Snowboard boots size very similar to shoe size, with a shoe size of 11.5, I would go with a youth size 12 snowboard boot. A great option available in that size is the K2 Mini Turbo Boa boots, and for a binding the Ride Micro in a size XS would be the appropriate binding.
Answered : Nov 22, 2016
By : Chris
Q: My son is 12 and 5'3 and 90 pounds. What size board should I get him?
Asked : Sep 19, 2016
By : Sara, Brighton
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A: The proper size would be between 140 and 145cm based on your sons weight. If he is a beginner the shorter size would be best as it's going to offer a bit more control as he learns. If he is a more seasoned boarder he could go with the longer size and it will offer a bit more growing room.
Answered : Sep 19, 2016
By : Chris


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