SNOWBOARD BINDINGS

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To understand better that snowboarding is not only a sport but rather a lifestyle, it's good to learn some history of it. This type of winter sports has its roots not so far in the past. The most intense fascination with that sport took place at the beginning of the 90' of the previous century.

 

Looking back, snowboarding was not the same as today. The rider, his snowboard, and bindings - all above were stiff as a board! Because the equipment has not been so developed at that time, not so many tricks could have been introduced. Also, because of stiff bindings, it was not so hard to get injured. Fortunately, designers quickly found a lot of ways to improve the snowboarding equipment to make it more "freestyle-friendly". Boots and bindings became more flexible and mellow, as well as snowboard decks.

 

Nowadays, there is an array of possibilities thanks to advanced technologies and unique materials used for producing the proper equipment for snowboarding. Snowboard bindings are available in many different models, shapes, sizes and colors. You will also find an equipment designed specifically for men, women and kids.

 

Moreover, snowboard bindings fall into two main groups: those which are very soft and those which are rather stiff. What is the difference between both of groups? A soft binding is an excellent choice for beginners or freestylers who need extra mobility in snowparks. Experienced riders are more likely to choose stiff bindings for high-speed carving or powder conditions.

 

To complete your set, make sure to check awesome sales at 2ski-glisse.ch - buy snowboard decks and the rest of equipment that you will need this season: boots, gloves, goggles, helmet, backpacks and security systems.