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Burton Youth Grom Bindings White 2012
Item #: BUR3105
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It’s hard to let go. We know. Half the magic of riding with the munchkins is helping them strap in. You just gotta get over it. Junior just doesn’t need you anymore. With the Grom binding’s mitt-friendly, oversized buckles and one-handed single strap entry, even the littlest ripper can strap in and exit all on their own. Lightweight and super soft-flexing, this is the ultimate way to hold them down without holding them back.
- BASEPLATE: Single-Component Lightweight, Bomb-Proof Polycarbonate
- HI-BACK: Ultra-Lightweight Single-Component Grom Hi-Back with FLAD™
- STRAPS: Onestrap® with Ergo Shaped Easy Entry Ratchet Tongue
- BUCKLES: Kid-Friendly Smooth Glide™ Buckles—Easy to Use with Little Paws
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How do I attach the bindings to my snowboard?
First decide if you are regular of goofy footed (right or left foot forward). If you need help figuring this out, check out our How to figure out if you are regular or goofy footed article. Once you have that sorted out take a look at the little screw holes (inserts) in your board. Most manufactures put recommended stance markings by the holes they think are best for the average person. If you have never been snowboarding we think these holes are a good place to start. You can always move the bindings around and try different things later.
Find the disks, screws and washers that came with your bindings. The disks go in the bottom of the bindings (baseplate, where the soles of your boots are about to be. Depending on the bindings there might be padding you will need to remove to get the disks in there. All bindings have measurement markings on the disks and the baseplates. We suggest you start with both feet pointed away from you (the opposite of pigeon toed) with angles somewhere around 10 degrees. Again feel free to change up those angles until you find something that works for you.
Set the bindings on your snowboard over the holes you decided were best for you. When setting the disks into the baseplate at the angle you want, keep track of where the inserts are so you can line them up with the holes in the disks and get the bindings set at the correct angle. Once you have it lined up, screw the screws in and tighten them down but not too much. If you tighten the screws down too much it can actually pull the inserts toward the top of the board and put dents in the base.
Stand in the bindings and make sure it doesn't feel like you are doing the splits or something. If it does then take one of the bindings off and move it an insert closer. When everything feels good GO SNOWBOARDING!