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Ride Sigma MVMNT Snowboard Binding - 2007 BCS
Ride designed the Women's Sigma MVMNT Binding specifically for freestyle femmes fatale who demand kick-ass performance for riding the park, and no exceptions. The Sigma's Movement Chassis system gives freestyle riders full-flex mobility at Ride's lightest weight. This binding features the new padded D-Lite highback, which flares at the top for more calf cushioning and minimal bite as you bonk trash cans in the city and noseslide rails in the park. LandLite footbeds with EVA and Smooth Ride landing pads absorb shock on packed snow. And it doesn't hurt that the Sigma MVMNT's stripes make it one of the sexiest bindings around.
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Great product, a steal
July 31, 2010
Product arrived quickly, in great shape very adjustable, sturdy binding, lightweight, look super slick, great price, a steal!! No disc covers, but does come with stomp pad, Thank you Dogfunk!
attention women shredders!!!!
November 5, 2007
any girl out there looking for a binding that will hold up to serious punishment and has the style to match, look no further.....this binding is super lightweight and ridiculously durable....there is a lifetime guarantee on the aluminum baseplate against bending or breaking!!! its also one of the most comfortable bindings out.....very easy to use and a freestyle girls best friend....
$40??? I have the mens MVMNTs... is there any difference in stiffness or is the women's part just a paint job and marketing hype? If these are the same as the mens MVMNTs thats a hell of a deal at $40!!
August 1, 2010
In response to DakkaGuru: Good for Ride and good for girls riding Ride products... not so good for me looking for another pair of MVMNTs for $40. Thanks for the answer.
August 5, 2010
Ride builds their women's bindings from scratch, and the ground up/ All the dimensions and features are from direct feedback from women testers, pro-riders and years of fine-tuning.
August 5, 2010
April 22, 2010
I also have the Ride Vxn binding and I don't really see much of a different in them. They both feel just as responsive as the next one and I ride a little bit of everything from powder, park, all-mountain, etc. I wear a size 5 boot and the customer service rep at backcountry.com said I could still use these even though they are a 6-8. I had to adjust the binding straps practically to the last notch for them to be centered when I strap in. Maybe its because the bindings aren't really made for my size boot.
Will they fit a Burton board? I've been looking around and
Will they fit a Burton board? I've been looking around and can't find if the disc are mult compatible or not. Thanks
By: Langden Tran
December 16, 2009
most binding manufacturers include an extra set of 3x discs for compatibility with Burton snowboards.
I'd use the "Live Chat" feature here to get a definitive answer. If they don't come included, you may be able to buy a set of compatible discs for under $10, call your local shop to find out if they carry these.
By: David Zemens
December 17, 2009
Great bindings, terrible latches
February 16, 2009
Overall, these bindings are great. Fit good, will work with just about any boot, right amount of flex. But the latches will give you headaches. I've switched mine to Burton latches, so all is good now. As far a screws coming loose, that happens with any binding. You should tighten your gear each time you go out. I prefer this binding over most.
December 22, 2008
I learned on these and from what i know they did the trick. they are very easy to use and they held my feet to the snowboard...which is what they're supposed to do. Kick ass!
Ride Sigma bindings
December 9, 2008
So it has been years since I've been snowboarding and I decided to get back into it. These were the bindings on my rental board last weekend and they were ridiculously comfortable, light, and supportive. The wide, cushioned straps relieve pressure points. My feet and legs felt great all day. Highly recommend these bindings.
January 27, 2009
From the other reviews yes these bindings are comfy, they've got great absorption but the quality is lacking. I bought these the beginning of last season and only really rode them 4times last season. and haven't been much this season and they are falling apart! bolts i've never touched in adjusting to fit my boot fell out while i was riding down the hill! So I'm not too greatly impressed with them! and the toe strap clicker thing keeps breaking! again not impressed with ride bindings...