- Sizes: S, M, L
- Flex: 4
- Entry System: Classic
- Price: £220 / €240
- BUY ONLINE
The Logic bindings rank quite highly for many freestyle-focused men out there – so high, in fact, that Bent Metal had to please the ladies out there too; ladies who were longing for something to scratch their freestyle itch with. They got it in the shape of the Bent Metal Upshot. Anyway, safe to say, whether it’s the female or male version, these bindings have pleased a lot of rippers out there and will no doubt continue to do so.
The drive plates in these things consist of soft flexing bi-axial fibers, something that makes even smoother turns a reality; something that, in turn, makes a more creative ride possible. Add the soft urethane highbacks and you’re in for a flexy responsive ride that’s super forgiving.
“The drive plates in these things consist of soft flexing bi-axial fibers that contribute for even smoother turns, thus allowing for a more creative ride”
As per usual, Bent Metal has gone all in with their graphic collabs. Here at Whitelines, we’re stoked to see this brand put so much effort into getting different artists to work on their bindings. With the Logics, you’ve got three different ways to go – the classic black binding to please the slightly less adventurous souls out there, the grey one done in collab with the creative juggernaut Sean Genovese and thirdly the blue one, created together with Quincy Quigg.
The Bent Metal Logics are an ideal choice for all the park rats out there. In addition to that, the soft flex and forgiveness of this binding also makes them an ideal choice for the ones who are just about to begin their journey within snowboarding.