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Ride Beta Movement

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Sierra says:
The Beta is the epitome of park/freestyle lightweight performance. This binding offers ultimate shock absorption with its Urethane Rollbar basepad, and LandLite DC footbed with smooth ride landing pads making it so that buckling, or over shooting huge kickers is not so bad on the body. I know from experience. The Beta makes you feel as one with your snowboard offering a responsive yet non aggressive feel so you have le-way to catch your faults, but have response for those quick spins. It is designed for park/freestyle performance, but from my experience, you can take this binding and enjoy it all over the mountain.

Ride says:
Freestyle flex at its finest. Taking it to the next level of freestyle performance, the lightweight Beta delivers full-flex mobility with its Mobility Core Ankle Strap and Convertible Grip Toe Strap, and super cush landing with the Urethane Rollbar Basepad. Follow the lead of Ride?s Mikey LeBlanc and Darrell Mathes, and give it all you?ve got!
  - Movement Chassis System
- FlexLite Highback
- Mobility Core Ankle Strap
- Convertible Grip Toe Strap
- PouwerUL Ratchets
- LandLite DC Footbed with Disc Cover & Smooth Ride Landing Pads
- Urethane Rollbar Baseplate
- Forged Aluminum Response & Shift Disc

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demichele14
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"These have ill GraPHICS!" 12/2/2009
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  • Name: Ride Beta Movement
  • Pros:  super light, durable, flexy
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   just got these and there freaking awesome, there mad light and they make me feel like my feet are glued to the board but my ankles still able to move more. love them
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"As Soft as I Want" 12/13/2010
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  • Name: Ride Beta Movement
  • Pros:  Weight, Soft,
  • Cons:  Aluminium Base,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I love this bindings, they are really cheap for its quality. You can Ride all mountaing with'em.
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"Amazing Response and Comfort" 12/10/2010
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  • Name: Ride Beta Movement
  • Pros:  Lightweight, Responsive, Very Compfortable
  • Cons:  Hot pink? It's ok.,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I looove these bindings. I never really understood when people mentioned responsive bindings but after trying Ride EX and Flow NXT-ATSE, I totally understand now! I was a skeptic but now a believer. Extremely responsive when initiating turns, VERY comfortable staps and padded footbed, and really easy to get in and out of. They are incredibly light, which is awesome! I recommend these bindings to everyone! Hot pink is a bit hard to match but you can make it work.
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"betas!" 11/11/2010
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  • Name: Ride Beta Movement
  • Pros:  dampening system under binding, wonderful toe strap,
  • Flex:  stiff

Experience:   this binding is more on the stiffer side. i have 07 cartels and these are a lot less flexible. the highback is shorter than most and does not flex really. this is a great binding for carvin and making the mntn your betch. one thing i absolutely love is the the gel toe strap. the netting on it conforms to your toe box and securely holds it down. another plus about these bindings are that it has a rubber pad on the bottom of it to absorb some impacts and so it will not stratch your board. burton should learn from ride. the ratchets click on and off decently smooth but arent as good as 390s smoothness. anyways this is a great binding if you can get it for a decent price.
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Weight: 210 lbs
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"Very Flexible" 10/28/2010
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  • Name: Ride Beta Movement
  • Pros:  Soft, Flexible, Light
  • Cons:  Not too comfortable,

Experience:   I rode these bindings on a ride society for an entire season, and it is still one of my favorite setups of all time. very light weight bindings that will respond quickly when called upon. Had to have Ride send me replacement buckles however, because the originals would get stuck and didnt have an easy ratchet release. Overall, i have found more comfortable bindings, but would recommend them if you are looking for something that is super light weight and freestyle oriented.
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"great bindings way better then plastic" 7/17/2010
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  • Name: Ride Beta Movement
  • Pros:  hold boot in really good , alot of movement ,
  • Cons:  binding strap broke,
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   bought this last season and they were great. i used them in the park and all over the mountain. i upgraded them from burton customs and i must say they were much better. i felt more secure in them and had more mobility. if you're looking for a all mountain freestyle bindings deffly get the ride beta!
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"such an upgrade" 12/29/2009
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  • Name: Ride Beta Movement
  • Pros:  Good construction quality, Lightweight, Comfortabl,
  • Cons:  Easy in & out,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   upgraded after i rode a pair ride lx bindings (worst bindings ever!) such an amazing upgrade. The binding is so light and comfortable. I feel more confident in the jumps and in the park, it also feels its made of better material and wont break on you. By far the best bindings i ever tested or owned. Highly recommend
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"SWEET " 12/21/2009
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  • Name: Ride Beta Movement
  • Pros:  light as hell, durable,
  • Cons:  hard to get out of,
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   people complaining about these being hard to get out of, thats such a ridiculous complaint, it takes maybe a second longer then other bindings, other wise, these are top noch
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"Beta MVMNTs + Park Pickle = Gnarly Stick" 12/21/2009
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  • Name: Ride Beta Movement
  • Pros:  Sweet Graphics, Rigid where you want it, Movement where you need it
  • Cons:  They didn't make these 10 years ago,
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   These are some really kick a$$ bindings that will up the ante in the park. Paired with a Gnu Park Pickle and some DC Park boots, the only thing this setup wont do is get you laid, (though it might help!)
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"Excellent" 10/11/2009
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  • Name: Ride Beta Movement
  • Pros:  great toe strap, nice flex,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I moved onto these bindings from Burton Cartels and must say all round i prefer these.

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