Nitro Poison 2018
The Nitro Poison gives you all the stiffness and response you need for aggressive riding, in a very light binding.
The light baseplate and asym highback give you a responsive and comfortable feel, while the 3 degree canted footbed helps to align your feet and legs in a comfortable way that lets you ride longer each day.
The new Micro Drive split ratchets let you get a much more adjustable fit with your straps, and the Übergrip toe strao made with Vibram rubber mean they are never going to slip off your toes.
Flex: Stiff - 8/10 (1 Soft - 10 Stiff)
Board Compatibility: 2x4 Mini Disc with angle lock - Channel system mini disc sold separately
Base Plate: Stealth Air Womens Baseplate
The Stealth Air Baseplate has an air bag under the heel for deep landings and chatter absorption as well as a canted EVA foot bed for better lateral power and a more comfortable stance. It uses the Nitro Mini discs for maximum board feel and reduced weight.
High Back: Women's Asym Highback
These asymmetrical highbacks provide a stiffer feel from heel to toe while allowing forgiveness and tweakability laterally.
Ratchets: Micro Drive Ratchet System
The new system has split ratchets that has twice as many clicks per throw which allows you to fine tune your straps to get the perfect fit.
Premium Hold Ankle Strap: The larger outline does a better job at distributing the power and gives you a better fit around your boot.
Übergrip Toe Strap: Made with Vibram rubber, they grip on hard to your boots and won't be slipping.
Easy Entry Ratchets: Designed especially to stay out of the way when stepping in and out of your bindings, Nitro uses S curved ratchets straps for ease of access. The wide-mouth buckle funnel helps you guide the ratchet for an ultra fast, precise bite of your buckles. Less time strapping in, more time riding!
Cable Reinforced Connectors: These stainless steel cables reinforce the straps, meaning they are super durable and will last season after season.
Medium: 6 .5 - 10.5 US / 23.5 - 28 MP / 37 - 43 EU
- Not sure which binding size to get? Check out our binding size chart here.