Wakeboard Bindings

Wakeboard Bindings
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Nothing is quite like sliding your feet into a fresh new set of wake kicks. Wakeboard bindings have changed drastically over the past few years and if you haven't tried on a new pair lately, you need to stop being so mean to your feet. The days of dumping a gallon of soap onto rubber to then spend 27 minutes trying to jam your foot into a set of bindings are long gone. Every wakeboard boot we offer is easy in - easy out and more comfortable than a bed of marshmallows. Whether you are looking for an adjustable set to fit everyone in the boat, or a pair of magical closed toe boots that will help you jump to the moon, we have you covered. Check out our full line of wakeboard boots / bindings from Hyperlite, Liquid Force, CWB, Slingshot, CTRL and Humanoid; all backed with our "you'd be crazy to buy from anyone else" Performance and Lowest Price +5 Guarantees.

Finding the proper wakeboard binding can be just as important as finding the right wakeboard. Just so we are all on the same page, the terms boots and bindings for wakeboarding are referring to the same thing (with the exception of the Hyperlite System Bindings, more on that later). Here we will cover the differences between bindings and how to pick the right ones to meet your needs. When looking at a pair of bindings there are a few things to consider including what gender they are for, whether you want open toe or closed toe, what technology to they use to keep you strapped in (i.e. velcro, laces, etc.), how much support you want and what sizes you need to accommodate. You can use the filters on the left side of the Wakeboard Bindings page to narrow down the information we will cover below. As always, feel free to contact our amazing wakeboard gurus and they will make sure to answer your deepest questions about the universe or, if you prefer, help you decide what bindings to get.

Gender
Unlike wakeboards, wakeboard bindings are typically gender specific. This does not mean that if you're a girl you can't wear guys boots, it just means they won't fit as well as women's boots will. Wakeboard bindings are constructed using lasts, meaning they are literally built around a replica of a human foot. Because men and women have different shaped feet, the bindings will fit different. This is especially true of higher end bindings with closed toes. If a rider is just starting out then it won't be a big deal, but the better that rider gets, the more important finding a proper fitting binding will be.

Closed Toe / Open Toe
One of the most frequently asked questions we get is "what is better an open toe or a closed toe binding?". The answer primarily depends on how many people are going to be using the boots. If a wide range of riders with multiple foot sizes will be using a single pair of boots, then it is typically best to go with a pair of open toe bindings because they are more adjustable and can adapt to fit multiple sizes. If a single rider is going to be using them, then closed toe is definitely the way to go. Closed toe bindings provide better fit, allow you to use your toes as leverage, are warmer when it's cold and can often be heat molded to your foot. Multiple riders can use the same pair of closed toe bindings, but if your feet are more than one full size apart, it's best to go with open toe bindings or get more than one pair.

Boot Fit
There are a lot of options when it comes to the way a boot fits. Though each pair are different, here is a basic breakdown of each of the designs that keeps them attached to your feet:

Lace Up: Bindings with laces are the most common and typically the most versatile. Lace up bindings are best for riders that are looking to get them as tight as possible.

Velcro: Velcro is the primary alternative to laces and have a different fit and feel. Velcro closure can't get as tight as laces, however it provides a more uniform fit around your foot. Velcro grips snugly around your whole foot and eliminates pressure points that laces can cause for some people. Velcro is ideal for riders looking for flexible fit that can adjust on the fly; and no, the straps will not wear down.

Hinge Entry: CWB Wakeboards offers the Hinge on many of their lower to mid level bindings. The Hinge allows the back portion of the boot to open up and allows you to slide in and out of the bindings with ease and is great for adapting to multiple size variations. The Hinge is only available on CWB wakeboard bindings.

Binding System: A few years ago Hyperlite introduced the System binding. The System is a separated 2-piece boot and binding system that radically changes the way bindings fit and function. Lots of additional information on The System is available under each of the bindings descriptions including videos and photos. To put it simply, The System rocks.

Skill Level
Your riding level is an important factor to consider when purchasing bindings. Simply put, other than the lack of adjustment for multiple sizes, advanced level wakeboard bindings are superior to beginner level ones in every possible way. The more advanced bindings are, the more support they have, the better the fit is, but the less adjustment there is for size. Here is a breakdown how we judge skill level:

Beginner - Just getting up, crossing the wake on both sides
Intermediate - Jumping the wake, board grabs, learning to jump toeside
Advanced - Big airs, flips, spins, etc.

Size
Getting the right sized bindings is the most important thing you can do. Often we have customers that are looking for bindings to fit a 6 year old girl and a 250 lb. man. Unfortunately, that just isn't going to happen. The largest size range we recommend if using the same pair of bindings is about 4 sizes. This is especially important if riders are jumping the wake.

We hope this helps you in your quest to find your own set of legendary wakeboard bindings. If you have any questions give us a call, chat online or communicate using telepathy with our experienced team. It is literally their job to find you bindings that will fit great, are easy to get into and will make you look like a boss on the water.