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Pilot Snowboard Bindings 2020

Sale: $195.95 (30% off)
Color: green
Size: Size Chart
Color: green
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Ride Style
All Mountain
Versatile, designed for riding all types of terrain
Medium Stiff
Increased response and support for riding all types of terrain
Binding Straps
All-day comfort and performance with added design features
Standard 4-Hole
Fits standard 4-hole mounts

These all-mountain bindings are for experienced riders wanting more board feel and lateral mobility. They feature NOW's Skate Tech which adds an extra pivot point for you to transition from toe to heel with a natural, skateboard-like, feel. The medium-stiff rating delivers powerful support and the ergonomically shaped hi-backs is extremely durable, supportive and light.

Key Features
  • Skate-Tech Baseplate Design
  • Hanger 2.0 Baseplate (Wider Heelcup)
  • Flip It Straps
  • Lifetime Warranty (Limited, See Details)
  • Flex-Hinge 2.0 Highback
  • Freestyle Flipit Straps
  • 3D Toe Straps
  • Buckles 2.0
  • Flushcup Heelcup Design
  • 4x4 Disc
Note about Compatibility
  • These binding are compatible with Channel boards but you will need to buy a separate base plate, available through NOW.
Key Features

Skate-Tech Baseplate Design - NOW's Skate Tech system mimics the function of skateboard trucks. The ‘Hanger' powerfully transfers energy input from the straps to the bushings and onto the edges of your board. The 'Kingpin' acts as a fulcrum, magnifying this energy through leverage.

Traditional bindings diminish energy transfer by flexing and bending the baseplate, forcing you to crank your straps down harder, ride with more forward lean, or run taller and stiffer highbacks. This all leads to more foot fatigue and pain. NOW bindings bypass the middle of the snowboard and direct your energy right onto the board's edges. NOW bindings transfer more power to the board with less work, meaning your feet will stay more relaxed and comfortable, longer.

Hanger 2.0 Baseplate (Wider Heelcup) - The Hanger 2.0 offers a wider heelcup footprint for better boot compatibility. A drop-down medial wall was added for lateral flexibility, while the addition of snow-clearing channels prevents ice buildup underneath the highback legs.

- Made with 30% glass filled Nylon for weight-savings without sacrificing strength.

- I-beam wall sections are both rigid and light.

- Baseless design allows for uninterrupted board flex.

- Allows for easy energy transfer to the board’s edges.

Flip It Straps - Flip It ankle strap can be worn in a freestyle setting with the added support over the top of your instep. Or, switch it up to Freeride mode by flipping the strap over to the other binding placing the support higher on your ankle. Either way you flip it, the strap is wider on the outside maintaining that lateral support for both options.

Lifetime Warranty (Limited, See Details) - Covered under manufacturer lifetime guarantee against breakage of the baseplate or heelcup along with defects in materials or workmanship. This lifetime warranty DOES NOT cover broken bindings due to abuse or neglect, damage caused by any modification done outside the manufacturer's facility, or lost parts due to lack of hardware maintenance.

Highbacks, straps, ratchets and other components are not included under lifetime warranty.


Flex-Hinge 2.0 Highback - The Flex-Hinge 2.0 offers greater lateral support with a redesigned and repositioned Flex Hinge to absorb chatter and eliminate calf bite.


Freestyle Flipit Straps - Customizable and offer the perfect blend of EVA and tradition fabric creates a cushy yet supportive strap. To change things up simply switch your ankle straps to the other foot to feel different support.

Buckles 2.0 - Cast aluminum levers for lightness and durability that have been redesigned with stronger levers and updated springs. These new buckles can take more abuse than ever before.

Men's Boot Sizes (US):7 - 10.5 10 - 13

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Asked by John on 9/19/2017
If I have size 10 2017 Burton Ion boots. With the foot reduction of the Burton boots, should I buy M or L Now bindings? My board is a GNU Mullair which has a waist of 24.8.
Answered by Graig A (Tactics Employee) on 9/21/2017
A large binding would work best for a size 10
0 person has found this answer helpful

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