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Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
  • Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
  • Children's snowboard shoes, Indy 500, Cable Lock - Black and Blue
  • Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
  • Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
  • Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
  • Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
  • Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
  • Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
  • Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids

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Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids

$75.00
  • Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
  • Children's snowboard shoes, Indy 500, Cable Lock - Black and Blue
  • Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
  • Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
  • Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
  • Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
  • Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
  • Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
  • Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
Faky 300 Snowboard Bindings - Kids
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Designed for young snowboarders, sizes 3 to 6, looking for a traditional binding with a quick and easy opening.

BENEFITS

Fit

Good support of the foot at high speeds, on blue to black slopes.

Fast-acting

A single tightening buckle: adding/removing your bindings is child's play.

Adjustable

Numerous adjustments: fits lots of junior snowboard boots.

Cushioning

Eva foam at the toes and heels.

Anatomic design

S: 3 to 6.

Stability

Traditional tightening: pump to desired level of support. No limit.

Capacity

Pair of bindings + 2 discs + 8 x 16 mm screws compatible with discs + 8 washers

Compatibility

Only for use with boards with regular inserts (not 3D or Chanel Burton).

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

A word from the Product Manager

By observing kids, we have found that they, like their parents, want to be able to put on and take off their own bindings. Two-buckle fasteners take longer to handle. The presence of a single binding, with an asymmetrical strap, is enough even for kids with a good level of snowboarding, combining speed, cut turns and jumps.

Single-buckle opening mechanism

A single buckle to tighten the ankle, but with an asymmetrical strap that still covers the toes, necessary for backside bends. It's the easiest choice for kids!

Possible settings

The original settings are suitable for most users. Nevertheless, you can adjust them:
- the canting of the spoiler
the pre-drilled front ratchets. You can move it forward (for sizes 4.5 to 6.5) or back (sizes 3 and 3.5). You have to unscrew the binding.
- the volume of the strap with pre-drilled racks

Stance, binding spacings

Adapt it to your body shape, but be aware that all snowboards have a recommended position for the bindings (recommended stance, shown by a mark between the inserts of the bindings). Increasing the stance forces you to be positioned low on your board and gain stability. It also helps with rotations in the air. On freestyle boards, the recommended stance is usually more important than on all-mountain boards.

How to adjust the spacing of my feet on the board?

For on/off-piste boards, to position your feet closer together, move only the front binding further back. To move your feet further apart, move only the rear binding further back. The aim is to be a little further back in order to turn cleanly on the slope and float a little more on powder.
For freestyle boards (symmetrical), it is best to move the 2 bindings to remain centred on the board.

At what angle should I put my snowboard bindings?

For a freeride program, we recommend +18° at the front and 0° at the rear.
For versatile on-piste and in freeride use, +18° and -6° is ideal. Opening out the back foot keeps your shoulders aligned with the board.
In pure freestyle use, do not hesitate to choose completely symmetrical angles +15° and -15°, for example.
The choice of binding angles is very personal, try them to make the best choice.

Don't forget to centre the shoe on the snowboard!

Disc bindings with 4 screws can slide along a single axis and generally have 5 possible settings. This setting is used to centre the boot on the snowboard and prevent the foot from protruding over the edge of the board to avoid falling. Your boot must protrude by an equal amount on both sides of the board. You can also rotate the disc through 90° to put more or less stance than that provided by the inserts. In this case, the bindings cannot be centred laterally.