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Bent Metal - 2021 Axtion
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Bent Metal

2021 Axtion

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$239.99

Regular price

$299.99

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2021 Axtion

$239.99

Regular price

$299.99

Sale price
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Description

Flexibility and power are the name of the game with Bent Metal Axtion Snowboard Bindings. And even if you choose the basic black over the Forest Bailey multi-colored versions, you'll feel that flex and that power: these are tools to get creative. These bindings are flexible enough to get contorted but responsive enough for full 360 degree carves. There's no need for translation, your ideas will flow freely from brain synapse to snow surface, vibing on Axtion. Zoom!

Product DetailsFlex

Flex Rating – 6 (1 Soft - 10 Stiff)

Baseplate

Unibody Chassis / Large Axis Disk – This unibody polymer design absorbs vibration for a smooth ride. It has an adjustable toe ramp and takes the Bent Metal Large Axis Disk, for toe/heel centering.

Magnesium Fiber Drive Plate – 6 / 10 stiffness and response.

Highback

Performance Polymer Asym Solid – This highback cups your boots like no other, providing a rigid and performance-oriented platform. It's reliable and durable, made from a blend of light and strong materials.

Straps

Dual Band Ankle Strap – This soft power band has a smaller surface area with a large cored compression window. This creates a soft and extra comfortable flex that's great for all-mountain riding.

Grip Form Toe Strap – This strap has a secondary flexible panel to form to any boot for maximum grip.

Buckles

Forged Aluminum – Hardened for ultimate strength, these lightweight buckles have a smooth entry and release operation.

Additional Features

The Cube – This forward lean adjuster is made with a dual durometer urethane, offering the fastest and easiest adjustments out there. A simple twist chooses from four different angles: 10, 14, 18, and 22 degrees.

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