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It is important to choose your snowboard bindings according to your board, your program, your level and your morphology. Link between the board and you, the snow fix must be chosen with the utmost attention, in order to enjoy as many sensations as possible according to your practice. Learn more


As with boards and boots, manufacturers give a flex value to each of their snowboard bindings, which will depend on the materials used for the design. To make the best choice, the first feature to consider is your riding style. Beginners and freestyleenthusiasts, who have logically opted for a low flex board and soft boots, will also turn to flexible bindings. More error-tolerant, they're also easier to twist to send your different tricks.

If you are destined for freeride, rigid snowboard bindings will be more suited to your practice. These allow for increased control of the board, in order to take advantage of the runs in powder, off-piste and draw lines at high speeds. Find all our men's snow bindings, our women's snow bindings and child snow bindings


To avoid wasting time on the shoes, buttocks in the snow, the brands offer snow sets at the back entrance. Generally stiffer than conventional hulls, they are used for alpine snowboarding, boardercross and freecarve. The rear entrance offers a fast shoe and scaling that appeals to a large number of snowboarders.

But conventional hull fasteners remain the most widely used models. With their fixed spoiler, these snow bindings offer precise setting and are reputed to combine maintains and flexibility. This model covers most riding styles, from beginner to experienced. 

This winter, discover the glide comfort of SMALLS SURF BURTON snowboard bindings. Very versatile, they are both light and durable, ideal for young riders wishing to gain confidence. As for accessories, discover our snowboard pads that will allow you not to skid while waiting for the chairlift!