Cinch CTSCinch CTS Snowboard Bindings

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Cinch™ technology’s simple and fast operation gets you on the chair and to the front of the line quicker than any binding. The 2013 K2 Cinch CTS Snowboard Binding adds Harshmellow™ smoothness for rock solid landings and easy exit to get you looping the runs faster and smoother than ever. Be faster than your friends.
Cinch CTS BLACK Snowboard Bindings
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RED

Featured Tech

Cinch Bindings Technology Harshmellow Boards Bindings Technology Canted Footbeds Bindings Technology

Construction Features

CHASSIS:

Cinch™ C2

HIGHBACK:

Cinch™ Asym

ANKLE STRAP:

Custom Caddi

STRAP FEATURES:

Cam-Lock Centering

TOE STRAP:

Tool-Less Universal

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Cinch Bindings Technology

Cinch Bindings Technology

Harshmellow Boards Bindings Technology

VIBRATION FORCE FIELD

K2’s proprietary vibration dampening system is built into all three of our hardgoods categories. HARSHMELLOW™ is a magical compound that maximizes FUN by decreasing negative vibes, leg burn and rough landings. Positioned in the insert area in our top end boards to stop vibrations before they enter your bindings.

Harshmellow Boards Bindings Technology

Canted Footbeds Bindings Technology

Canted Footbeds Bindings Technology
Cinch Cts Bindings Size Chart

REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

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K2 SnowboardsCinch CTS
 
3.8

(based on 26 reviews)

76%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Comfortable (20)
  • Adjustable (19)
  • Easy entry & release (19)
  • Installs easily (16)
  • Good interface (14)

Cons

  • Heavy (9)
  • Difficult entry & release (4)
  • Poor quality (4)

Best Uses

  • All mountain (20)
  • Downhill (14)
  • Freeriding (13)
  • Powder (12)
  • Speed (11)
    • Sizing:
    • Feels full size too small

       

      Feels half size too small

       

      Feels true to size

       

      100% 

      (15 reviews)

      Feels half size too big

       

      Feels full size too big

       
    • Width:
    • Feels too narrow

       

      Feels true to width

       

      73% 

      (11 reviews)

      Feels too wide

       
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Intermediate (11), Advanced (7), Expert (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (9), Yes (4)

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4.0

Fantastic

By Nicola

from Dolomites, Italy

About Me Expert

Pros

  • Adjustable
  • Comfortable
  • Easy Entry & Release

Cons

    Best Uses

    • All Mountain
    • Downhill
    • Speed

    Comments about K2 Snowboards Cinch CTS:

    Tray that and you'll never come back!!!

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    • No

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    (2 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    Don't believe the hype

    By bob the builder

    from vancouver

    About Me Intermediate

    Pros

    • Comfortable

    Cons

    • Difficult Entry & Release

    Best Uses

    • All Mountain

    Comments about K2 Snowboards Cinch CTS:

    These bindings are impossible to do up without first loosening the straps. May as well buy standard strap ins. Instructions are all but non existent, internet help is zero.

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    • No

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    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    A very nice binding!

    By Joel

    from Denver, Colorado

    About Me Expert

    Pros

    • Adjustable
    • Comfortable
    • Easy Entry & Release
    • Installs Easily
    • Rear Entry No Sitting

    Cons

    • Small Toe Strap

    Best Uses

    • All Mountain
    • Freeriding
    • Powder
    • Rear Entry
    • Speed

    Comments about K2 Snowboards Cinch CTS:

    Why are these bindings great? R-E-A-R ENTRY! Okay, there are other binds like that i.e. Flow and Gnu. Admittedly, I have never used either of those. But you buy these specific bindings so you no longer have to sit on your Aspen at the top of every lift. Period. I need, or rather demand responsiveness. I think because of that, I strap my bindings tight! These were both rigid and responsive. You cannot "set it and forget it" though, with how tight I like my straps... You'll never get the high back up... So you loosen your straps, then put your boot in - no problem. Get your foot in, then snap the high back up easily without issue and retighten your straps. 5 seconds, and I never had to sit down like an idiot, not once! I love them. I did find the toe strap to be small on my Burton Ions (boots size 10.5 with size Large bindings) and when you crank them as I do the toe straps pinch a bit... I still need to figure them out, maybe go looser (sure) but they could be wider across the toe box. And, while the canting pad was fine for my rear foot, it ends up hurting my front foot, the outside of my foot is sore by the end of the day... I wish there was no
    canting on my front foot. Buckles are easy to use, seriously, no issues at all.
    Cable seems fine, no issues there either. High back is Tight - I mean Rigid,
    people, honestly. I have no idea how these work for park riders, I'm not that kind of
    rider. For free riding and all mountain riding - they are gold.

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    • No

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