Sionyx Hippy Solstice Girls Snowboard and Binding Package

$309.98 (52% off)
Sionyx Hippy Solstice Girls Snowboard and Binding Package, , 600
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Perfect for the first time ripper comes the Sionxy Hippy Solstice Snowboard and Binding Package. Designed around beginners the Storm snowboard has a Cap construction which makes getting the snowboard on edge much easier, allowing for easier turn initiation. Camber profile gives the riders more control; easier to make toe-side and heel-side turns which are the basics of snowboarding. Camber provides amazing edge hold on icy and all weather conditions.

The beginner friendly Millenium 3 Solstice binding is also included. Coming in at an ideal price point and offering all the technology and support riders need to progress. Durable and made to last, the Solstice is equipped with a fixed highback and 4 speed ratchet adjustments with one finger quick release. The toe and ankle straps fit securely over the boot and keep the heel locked in place so that little groms have total control from edge to edge.

  • Sionxy Hippy Snowboard
  • Millenium 3 Solstice Snowboard Bindings

Gender  Girls Package Type  Board and Bindings Recommended Use  All Mountain Freestyle
Snowboard Rocker Profile  Camber Product ID  424448   
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Q: Is there any way to get a M binding with this package? This kid has big feet.
Asked : Jan 06, 2017
By : eggnog, Sammamish, WA
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A: We don't currently offer this board with a different binding but contact customer service at 888.271.7500 and they can look into putting together a package that will work for you.
Answered : Jan 06, 2017
By : Chris
Q: Are the bindings fixed on snowboards? Or we have to take them to a snowboarding shop to put the bindings on? Is it that we could just take these snowboards to go snowboarding right after purchasing? Thanks!
Asked : Jan 05, 2017
By : Tina, Boston, Ma
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A: Bindings will not typically come mounted on snowboards, you will want to decide whether you are riding right foot forward or left foot forward and then decide exactly what stance you want (how the bindings are angled on the board). You can take to a shop and have them help, or there are many video tutorials available showing how to do it, the only tool required is a phillips head screwdriver.
Answered : Jan 05, 2017
By : Chris


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