For the female rippers who make park-lapping and street riding a priority – or for those who simply enjoy a more forgiving setup – we’ve compiled the industry’s best offerings when it comes to freestyle bindings. You won’t find any watered down components here; just a slew of high-end products that feature the uncompromising strength, style and performance that hard-charging women want and require. Take your pick because none of these will disappoint.
Easily one of the most comfortable women’s freestyle bindings available, every inch of the Cosmic is covered with soft cushiness. The ankle strap feels like a memory foam mattress and features a bit of grip, so it stays snug and in place. The end result is a binding with the perfect balance between flex and response.
Proving to be among the stiffest when it comes to women’s freestyle bindings, Rome’s Flare is incredibly responsive – acting quickly and seamlessly to even the smallest movements. The entire package is sweet and simple; supportive and pressure free. With cat-like reflexes and amazing comfort, this binding might be your new favorite.
Whether tackling groomers, park, or steeps, Arbor’s Sequoia seemed to increase the probability of a good time. With a fun, forgiving, and slight surfy feel, they remain responsive enough for most riders, while providing ample tweakability when park laps are a priority. The Sequoia is undeniably a well-rounded option for well-rounded riders.
Women’s product shouldn’t be watered down, and the Legacy embodies this non-compromising spirit. Lightweight, with the performance and feel of a binding suited for our male counterparts, this binding is seemingly indestructible and responsive in ways that make the hardest riding feel natural.
A high-end originator in the women’s binding game holds its place in the pack of female-friendly freestyle foot attachments. The Lexa has impressed riders year after year, and this season their pliable highback coupled with quick heel-to-toe response did it again, offering an impressively sturdy feel in the park and out.