Gas pedal, front/rear highback, highback angle, screwdriver-free straps.
Full Eva pad with 2° inner angle: comfort and maximum cushioning.
M: 3 to 7,
L: 8 to 12.
Conventional fastening: pump to the desired level of support. No limit.
Pair of bindings + 2 discs + 8 x 16 mm screws compatible with discs + 8 washers.
Only for use with boards with regular inserts (not 3D or Chanel Burton).
The Illusion 700 binding is a traditional and efficient snowboard binding that can go anywhere: on groomed slopes, off-piste, and even in parks, at any level.
It has a short yet stiff highback, providing good rear support for backside tricks and ankle mobility during spins.
Its full Eva pad guarantees excellent cushioning on landing jumps.
Turn Strap System: the strap is mounted onto a hinge, so that it turns inwards when you lift your foot.
When putting the boot on, there is free space to insert the boot into the binding without any discomfort. This also prevents the strap and the hooks from getting crushed with the boot.
These snowboard bindings have a system for adjusting the centring of your feet on the board with precision, thanks to
_ the 5 available positions for the screws on the disc,
_ the forwards/backwards adjustment of the highback: +7 mm of additional adjustment.
This prevents the boot from hanging over the side of the board at the toe or heel.
_ the angle of the highback (canting),
_ the length of the gas pedal, particularly useful for big feet,
_ the lengths of the straps.
Stance (spacing between the bindings)
The stance is the distance between the bindings in cm.
It can be adapted according to your body shape, but all snowboards have a recommended stance for bindings (shown by a mark between the binding inserts).
If you want to position your feet further apart or closer together on the board, do the test to see if you are best placed.
How do I change my stance 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 set a little further back to take the turns better on piste and to float on powder snow.
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 piste program, we recommend +18° at the front and 0° at the rear. For a on/off-piste use on all types of snow, we recommend +18° and -6°. Thanks to the rear foot opening, you can manoeuvre when riding switch.
For pure freestyle runs, choose completely symmetrical angles such as +15° and -15° for example.
The choice of angle on the bindings is a very personal. Feel free to check out what others are doing and try out different options. You might be pleasantly surprised!
Remember to centre your boot on your board!
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 & 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 increase or decrease the stance in relation to that provided by the inserts. In this case, the bindings cannot be centred laterally.
What size should I choose for my snowboard bindings?
M = sizes 4 to 8
L = sizes 9 to 11.
But just as you would always try on a shoe with your own foot, try on the bindings with your snowboard boots. Depending on the brand, a particular size of boot can vary in volume.
pair of bindings size L (+ 2 discs + 8 screws + 8 washers): 1.9 kg
pair of bindings size M (+ 2 discs + 8 screws + 8 washers): 1.7 kg