Ride's VXN Binding is ideal for women looking for high quality performance and comfort to match. The VXN uses an aluminium baseplate that responds super quick while remaining lightweight. The VXN uses "Wedgie" footbeds that canter the outside of your feet upward into a more comfortable position. This year's version has updated the ankle strap to the Rad Strap and the Slingback high back will take you anywhere your snowboarding heart desires. They have also added new Astroglyde OG ratchets that are faster and easier to get on and off.
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Please use this diagram when sizing outerwear.
Flex: 4/10 - Soft - Medium
Board Compatibility: Micro-Disc mounting system connects to all 4 hole and channel system boards.
Base Plate: The new Edge Chassis System has a versatile and lightweight aircraft grade aluminium construction with an adjustable heel cup to get your boot to binding fit just right.
High Back: The Slingback high back gives the perfect flex for riding anywhere on the mountain.
Buckles: Astroglyde OG aluminium ratchet leavers are durable aluminium with a low profile look. The Ride aluminium buckles is one of the most smoothest ratchets on the market and provides years of durability.
Straps: The rad strap is a clean looking and super well functioning ankle strap made for comfort and good response. ThinGrip toe straps wrap over the toe of your boot for that custom fit and feel.
Cushioning: Wedgie Urethane Rollbar puts your body in a more natural stance, especially if you ride with wide binding angles. The Urethane absorbs board chatter and provides impact protection for those heavy landings. EVA base pads between your board and binding protect your paint job and also act as an absorber.
Small- US 4-7 // UK 1.5 - 4.5 // EURO 34 - 37 // CM 21 - 24
Medium - US 7-11 // UK 4.5 - 8.5 // EURO 37 - 42.5 // CM 24 - 28
- Not sure which binding size to get? Check out our binding size chart here.