Our Top Choice
Flow Alpha Snowboard Bindings
Flow has been in existence for about two decades, and in this time they became one of the major players on the market. This in and of itself speaks volumes.
Reasonably priced. Good for folks with big feet. Feature lots of adjustments. Lightweight. 1-year warranty. Compatible with the Burton 3 Hole Pattern. Discs included.
Ratchets don’t appear to be up to game.
Molded plastic UniBack
Full EVA toe and heel inserts
Rossignol Cobra V1 M/L Bindings
When it comes to winter sports and related equipment, Flow definitely counts as one of the top brands. Famed for its quality, it also offers some reasonable prices.
Excellent value for the price. Durable. Comfortable. Lots of forward lean. Responsive. Easy to adjust. Gives you a slightly wider stance. Accommodates the growing foot.
Not many colors to choose from.
ElastiBack, asymmetrical, plastic
Flux DS Snowboard Bindings
Flux is a brand heavily geared towards making snowboard bindings, and it excels at it. When no other manufacturer has your size in your preferred color, Flux probably has it.
Well made. Reasonable price. Will fit a Burton pattern. Great choice of sizes and styles. Easy to clip in and out. Fairly comfortable.
Could have better shock absorption. No back height adjustment.
Ultima Wing, plastic
Ultima Base, EVA
Available in 28 colors
Ride DVA Snowboard Bindings
From snowboards to snowboard bindings, from backpacks to boots, Ride’s got it all, and in various shapes and sizes. There’s also a kids’ line for your child’s very first.
Highly durable. Stable. Provides great support. Good hold, especially on the toes. Reasonably priced. Freestyle ankle strap.
The color choice leaves something to be desired. Somewhat difficult entry and release.
SlimebackTM SB, plastic
Available in 4 colors
Avalanche Summit Snowboard Bindings
Avalanche is a brand that specializes in outdoor apparel, which makes it expert on everything and master of nothing. However, the quality in its products is undeniable.
Fit almost everyone. Great straps. Decent craftsmanship. Excellent for freeriding and freestyle.
Don’t line up precisely with all bolt patterns (e.g. Burton Progression 57). You need a 4-hole pattern to attach them.