Gas pedal (length of fix), front-rear spoiler, straps without screwdriver.
Full Eva pad, comfort and optimal cushioning, at a 2° inward angle.
M: 4.5 to 7.5,
L: 8.5 to 13.5
Traditional tightening: pump to 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 Endzone 500 binding is a high-performance, all-mountain/freestyle snowboard binding for everywhere: on-piste, off-piste, and even in parks––at any level.
Its highback is flexible, making it comfortable and forgiving of mistakes.
Its full Eva pad guarantees good cushioning on landing after jumps.
Turn Strap System: the strap is mounted onto a hinge that it turns inwards when you lift your foot.
Free space during boot entry prevents any discomfort. This also prevents the strap and the hooks from getting crushed with the boot.
The original settings are suitable for most users. But you can also adjust it:
- the position of the highback (front/rear/side) by moving the position of the screws that hold it
- the length of the gas pedal, which is particularly useful for people with big feet.
Stance (binding spacings)
The stance is the distance between the bindings in cm.
It’ll adapt to your body shape, but all snowboards have a recommended position for bindings (recommended stance, indicated by a marker between the inserts of the bindings).
If you feel the need to spread or position your feet closer together on the board, try it to see if you do actually feel better.
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 the freestyle boards (usually twin-tip, symmetrical board), it is better to move both bindings so that they are 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-freestyle use, prefer +18° and -6°. The rear foot’s openness offers more flexibility when riding switch.
In pure freestyle use, do not hesitate to choose completely symmetrical angles +15° and -15°, for example.
Binding angles are a matter of personal choice. Feel free to check out what others are doing and try out different options. You may be surprised by want you find!
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 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.
What size should I choose for my snowboard bindings?
For the Endzone 500 bindings, we recommend: M = 3.5 to 8.5 / L = 8.5 to 12.5
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.