Kids’ Snowboard Bindings - Snowboard Bindings for all styles & ages
While not as cool as the snowboards themselves, having a reliable and safe pair of Snowboard Bindings for your little one is essential to having a good day on the slopes. The most important things to consider when purchasing snowboard bindings for your child are the the size, and the entry/exit and strap style of the bindings.
Snowboard Binding Flex Levels
Snowboard bindings come in a variety of flex levels that should be considered depending on the rider’s size, skill level, and preferred riding style. Children’s bindings are usually very flexible to account for their small size and the fact that they are probably still learning how to ride.
Al L9, we have size charts to help you find the binding size you need for your child’s Snowboard Boot. Usually, bindings come in Small, Medium, or Large sizes with each size accommodating for a range of boot sizes. Smaller children’s bindings come in a Child size. There is overlap, so try to choose the size that is closest to your boot size.
Kids Snowboard Binding Straps
While adult bindings typically feature an ankle and a toe strap to buckle and secure your boot, many children’s bindings feature one large strap that covers their entire foot. Other children’s bindings (especially for bigger kids) will feature the classic two strap design.
To connect the Binding to your child’s Snowboard, baseplates are used. The baseplate enables the rider to choose the width of their stance on the board, as well as the angle that their foot will be positioned on the board. Not all baseplates work with all boards. The description of the board and binding should let you know which they will work with. A good rule of thumb is that brands are always compatible, but most bindings on L9’s site will work with most boards. If you aren’t sure of any of this, make sure to ask the knowledgeable staff at L9 Sports through our chat or email options.