- Price: $200
- Sizes: M, L, XL
- Flex: 7/10
- Entry System: Classic
- New for 2020/21
Why we chose the Nidecker Kaon-X Snowboard Bindings:The price tag is firmly entry level, but the performance is anything but.
Your bindings are the essential interface between you and your snowboard, but despite their importance they’re often overlooked. But not with the Nidecker Kaon-X. This new all-terrain binder takes decades of Nidecker’s experience and know how, and packs it all into an enticing price point package.
As usual, Nidecker have brought their A Game with the Kaon-X, it’s a specc’d down little sibling to their premium Kaon-CX. Sharing much of the same DNA, this is the option for those who don’t want to blow their whole budget on a pair of bindings but refuse to compromise on quality.
“This new all-terrain binder takes decades of Nidecker’s experience and know how, and packs it all into an enticing price point package”
The N1 Series baseplate offers an off-axis flex pattern, with more power being driven to the toe and heel edge for a really versatile ride. Most people don’t ride with their bindings flat out 0-0, so Nidecker have designed the Kaon-X to work better when they’re mounted at an angle.