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Item# tryst-1516
$199.95

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The Tryst pairs our Cinch technology with our top-end comfort and performance features for women. You get it all from comfort, to easy function, to lightweight design. Once you try this you might never go back to front entry bindings.

  • Strap System: Cinch
  • Highback: Regular
  • Riding Style: All Mountain
  • Features: Chassis: Cinch™ C2, Highback: Women’s Cored Ergo, Ankle strap: Women’s Custom Caddi, Strap Features: Cam-Lock Centering, Toe Strap: Tool-Less Universal, Ratchet: Hella RADchet, Friction Housing, Disc: NEW! universal disc, Footbed: Canted Seamless EVA, Harshmellow™ Shockpads, Tool-Less Adjust Power Ramp
  • Color: Black, Blue
  • Size: S, M, L

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K2 SnowTryst
 
3.3

(based on 3 reviews)

67%

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4.0

Patience, Grasshopper.....

By Purefield

from Venice, CA

About Me Expert

Pros

  • Intelligent Design

Cons

  • Bulky

Best Uses

  • Quick In And Out

Comments about K2 Snow Tryst:

I already read that the Cinch Tryst has to be given time to break in before it performs the way it's designed to be -- and that is a quick one-action motion to get into and out of the binding. But telling that to my wife is not so easy as she was struggling to open and close the new bindings. I had to assist her on the first day of boarding, and I started to wonder if this was a good purchase. But by the middle of the 2nd day, my wife was able to close and open the binding by herself. I was relieved, and she now understood why this binding is superior to the typical universal snowboard binding that I got rid of to install these K2 Cinch Trysts. Moral of the story: patience, Grasshopper, patience.

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4.0

May need some TLC...

By Boardergirl

from Charlotte, NC

About Me Advanced

Pros

  • Easy To Set Up
  • Lightweight
  • Rugged
  • Stylish

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Icy Conditions
    • Powder
    • Speed

    Comments about K2 Snow Tryst:

    I've only had one day on the snow in these bindings, so these are my initial thoughts...at first, they are a little tight to maneuver. I'm still having trouble shoving my boots into the bindings from the back, so I had to put them on the traditional way, using the ratchets. As far as riding, these are very comfortable, my ride was smooth, and the combo of these with my Spotlite made for some smooth sailing. I'm hoping, with more use, they'll loosen up a bit. They seem sturdy and well made.

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    2.0

    Good concept, could use better execution

    By Janet

    from Grand Junction, CO

    About Me Advanced

    Pros

    • Easy To Get Into
    • Easy To Set Up
    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Aged Quickly
    • Flimsy
    • Not Durable
    • Shoddy Plastic

    Best Uses

    • All-around

    Comments about K2 Snow Tryst:

    I'm an advanced snowboarder, primarily freestlye. I ride powder, glades, boulderfields, and moguls. I don't ride park. I was disappointed with these bindings--I have them in white, and after only 3 seasons of moderate use (and being stored indoors) they're yellowed and the plastic is cracking. I strap in on the lift, and they work pretty well for ease of entry. They're relatively adjustable, but not as secure as I'd like in mixed conditions. I'm disappointed to have to upgrade so soon, but I'm ready for something that truly marries quality with concept.

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    • No

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