Rider: Elena Hight // Photo: Ming Poon     

Tesla T1 bindings slide sideways into the offset touring brackets and are locked into place with the snap ramp. No pins, no cables, no fiddle factor.

Snap to Ride

T1 bindings also slide across pucks utilizing the snap ramp to lock into place for a tight ride down.

Snap to Tour

T1 bindings slide sideways into the offset touring brackets and are locked into place with the snap ramp.

There are two distinct designs for the Arc and Surge ankle straps - the Arc with a smaller footprint and flex window for max agility, and the Surge with a wide asymmetric footprint for incredible all-around support. Strap pillows are thin and flexible for a comfortable, conformed fit, while thicker ribs are held off the boot and provide support for a uniquely responsive ride.

Super Light

Pillow Line ankle straps weigh in at a mere 37g for the Arc and 39g for the Surge. Toe straps barely register on the scale at 14g.

Durable

Touring is tough on straps with bindings constantly grazing past each other. These plastic straps are incredibly durable and made to withstand the abuse.

Waterproof

Pillow Line straps will not take on water weight in warm conditions, or freeze when temperatures drop. Snow simply doesn't stick.

Solid One-Piece
Construction

No glue, stitching, rivets, or foam to break down over time.

The Rip 'N' Flip highback gives splitboarders everything they need and nothing they don't.

Flip to Tour

Flippin' FLAD toggles between your forward lean angle and -13 degrees touring position for easy transitions.

Find your perfect angle

Tool free micro-adjustable from 0 to 22 degrees for complete customization of your forward lean angle.

Flip to Ride

Lock into place by pushing your highback forward and rotating the forward lean adjuster into ride mode.

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