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K2 Cinch CTC Snowboard Bindings

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K2’s patented Cinch Technology™ represents superior engineering, innovation and progression at its finest. Offering riders the response and performance of our traditional strap bindings and the on-the-fly convenience of Cinch Technology.Super easy times await with the Cinch™ system’s rear entry, no ratcheting required operation. For learning or taking it to any snow situation, the Cinch™ CTC will get you shredding faster and easier than you thought possible.
  Key Features of the K2 Cinch CTC Snowboard Bindings:
CHASSIS: Cinch C1
HIGHBACK: Cinch Airframe
ANKLE STRAP: Caddi
STRAP FEATURES: Cam-Lock Centering
TOE STRAP: Cinch Universal
RATCHET: Speed Ratchet w/ Friction Housing
DISC: Multi-Compatible
FOOTBED: Standard

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djamerson80
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"Great Rear Entry Binding" 3/18/2013
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  • Name: K2 Cinch CTC Snowboard Bindings
  • Pros:  loop on hi-back makes it easy to lock in place, toe straps are awesome, can adjust ankle strap on the fly
  • Cons:  ratchet system hard to manage w/big gloves,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   Great binding for all around mountain cruising or bombing the mountain. They felt very responsive when riding at high speed. I felt like i had to re-adjust the ankle strap every other trip up the mountain. But with the ankle strap ratchet system (i didn't have that on my older GNU rear entry bindings), I just bent over cranked it down or loosened it to my liking without skipping a beat! I would've like to see some padding in the base plate but hey, its their entry level cinch so i'm not gonna complain more than that.
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Height: 6'1
Weight: 210 lbs
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"Rear entry bindings (almost) as sturdy as conventional bindings" 12/10/2012
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  • Name: K2 Cinch CTC Snowboard Bindings
  • Pros:  Strap in standing up with rear entry, Strap in sitting down with conventional rachets,
  • Cons:  A bit heavy compared to other bindings, Lots of moving parts means more maintenance, Toestrap is tough to get snug
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   Strap in standing, or even while moving, with one quick motion. Or sit and strap in the conventional way. That's the main convenience of this binding. Mine have almost 200 days of use in 3 years. Padding on my right highback fell apart from constant in-and-out (the left one's fine). I have had a racheting strap pop loose; probably the straps are wearing out and need replacing. At about 180 days, the right heel cable broke as I was strapping in. I think that's when this most likely breaks: when snapping the highback up. It's unlikely to break while actually on a run, which could be catastrophic. Strap over the toe, or cup the front. I cup the front, but it's hard to cinch tightly on my Rossignol Radian boots (Men's 12-12.5). Forward lean adjustment's simple, does need a phillips driver on mine; not sure if a tool's needed on the current one. Can't change the heelcup angle on mine, but some models have that option. The K2 ridged octagon mounting washers are hard to find. If you crank on the mounting screws, the washers deform eventually. Then you can't get the screws tight. You can kinda bend the washers back into shape with two pairs of pliers, but you'd rather just replace the washers. Most local shops have a couple in their spare parts bin, but even the ones that stock K2 gear don't have a set of four new K2 washers ready to go the way they do with the circular washers. Set the mounting disc for fine adjustment fore-and-aft, or rotate 90 for fine adjustment edge-to-edge. Can't have fine adjustment in both axes. They're a bit too flexy for me; inevitable for my weight (215) in a rear-entry design. Base plate and mounting disc are tough plastic; I'd rather have metal. But I like to carve more than jib. The park riders I know like flexier gear than I do. The CTC is stiffer and easier to dial in than the Flows I rode for 3 months. But the Flows did weigh less. Others have said the CTC is heavy; I agree. May be inevitable in a binding so affordable.
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Height: 6'0
Weight: 185 lbs
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"K2 Heel Entry Toe Cap Binding" 11/30/2012
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  • Name: K2 Cinch CTC Snowboard Bindings
  • Pros:  Quick Entry and Adjustment,
  • Cons:  Minimal Heel Cup Adjustment,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I like this binding so much more that the Flow Heel Cup entry system I used to have. The strap(s) for the flow cut too much circulation from my foot as the cross your heart style strap system put a lot of pressure on the top of my foot. This K2 Heel Cup entry, combined with the toe cap strap is so much better. I find I still need to loosen the ratchets on my binding straps to get my foot in all the way.....but it's quick and easy to pull up the heel cup and quickly re-tighten my straps. Sometimes the toe cap comes over my toe, and at the bottom of the run, I find it's up on top of my foot instead of on my toe where it started, but this could be that the Large is just a touch too small for my size 10 boots...dunno...it doesn't affect my riding at all, and doesn't occur that much, though, so it doesn't bother me in the least. As for the heel cup adjustment...it doesn't seem to have quite as much back and forth adjustment as other bindings....but that's a fairly minor critique. Much like the flows, it took a while to get used to the in/out system that worked for me. Once I got my system down....loosen ratchets slightly, pull up heel cup, re-tighten ratchets, I was good to go and still much faster than conventional sit down in the snow bindings.
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Weight: 180 lbs
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"2012 k2 cinch" 2/10/2012
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  • Name: K2 Cinch CTC Snowboard Bindings
  • Pros:  tool less design, super cush ,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   amazing binding all around picked them on the mountain, was kinda worried about the tech, but seem too be a solid pair of bindings i would highly recomend for all moutain, a little stiff,super confy, at first a little hard too get into untill you find what works for you once you do its a snap!
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"2012 k2 cinch ctc" 2/4/2012
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  • Name: K2 Cinch CTC Snowboard Bindings
  • Pros:  easy to get into, not to pricey, durable
  • Cons:  nothing really,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I recently purchased these bindings for my park board (nitro haze 2010) and loved them! maybe not for a park board though. I won a pair of k2 cinch ks1's from a rail jam at my local mountain and I thought i would put them on my cruiser board(Head the good flamba 2012) but I think im going to put my ks1's on my park board and put the ctc's on my Head board (lol not the head board in your bedroom :P) because they will probably be better because there a little less stiff

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