Nitro Raiden Zero Snowboard Binding
The Raiden Zero offers a mellow yet supportive flex for park and rail riders who want lots of cushioning without lots of weight. The FTI Air chassis contains a full-size airbag designed to let you take bigger drops to flat with less impact on your body, and works with the Micro Disc to maximize dampening power while still letting you fine-tune your stance.
- Asym Flex Beam highbacks give you plenty of tweakability for styley stales and tailgrabs
- FTI Air aluminum/composite chassis for a lightweight design with tons of cush
- Full-size airbag shock absorbers offer serious impact reduction without adding weight
- Premium Slim Cut ankle straps are pre-molded for comfort and support
- Revert Window toe strap provides secure hold either over the front or over the top of your boot
- Light, strong Speedwheel aluminum buckles offer smooth entry and exit
- Micro Disc allows precision stance adjustments and maximizes the baseplate's available dampening surface
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ehhh, I dont know
March 1, 2013
As awesome as these bindings where when i had them, both of my toe straps cracked and both eventually fell off and i had to send them back to get a new pair. they are amazing bindings. Super light and easy to swing around and they kept me locked in through pretty much everything. Back country, jibs and jumps, and heavy forest runs. but i dont know if i suggest them for the cost and how long they lasted for me. over all, amazing bindings but they only lasted about a month of heavy riding for me.
February 13, 2013
These bindings look good and they ride good. They're comfy and the price point is great! Im an 8.5 Nike boot and the mediums are perfect and would totally work great up to a 10-10.5
Hi. I bought a pair of Zero, used them 2 times now. And both
I bought a pair of Zero, used them 2 times now.
And both time the bottom of the highback (the round part at the bottom) hurts my heel everytime i hit a jump or jib, it even does it on hard toe edge turns.
Any one know how to fix that?
I got them in M and use a pair of 32 tm-two size 8, so that should fit.
Thanks for the help.
January 22, 2013
you may need to adjust your highback. this model should have a couple different positions where the highback mounts to the base plate. if you need help a local board shop should be able to help.
By: Tim Bohlken
January 23, 2013
December 4, 2012
I'll be jumping back on these for the the third season this year with the same pair. Best bindings I've ever owned. Super comfy, air-bag saves my knees and so far, durable! I usually put about 30-40 days in a year and I've had no trouble with major pieces. I've had to get new ladder straps because I've worn the teeth out multiple times but Nitro/Raiden are really good about sending me new ones without a problem. I think this will be my last year with these but when the time comes I'll be heading right back to Raiden for another pair.
From Zero to Hero
September 4, 2012
The Raiden Zeros are some of the nicest bindings I have ever ridden. The straps are super comfortable and easy to adjust. The toe strap fits over the toe of my Nike's perfectly. They are a medium flex. Not too stiff and not too soft. I would recommend these to anyone looking for a perfect park binding that will perform all over the mountain.