Union Explorer Splitboard Bindings - 2021/2022

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Built to deliver natural board feel, the Union Explorer splitboard bindings feature fewer moving parts and a durable design that rides like your regular bindings so you can better enjoy the ride down.

  • Features

    • SP2 Duraflex CB baseplates are blended with carbon fiber to be lighter and considerably stiffer than typical fiberglass-injected nylon parts
    • Thermoformed EVA bushings provide shock absorption to save your heels and promote a true and even board flex
    • Extruded 3D aluminum heelcups are designed for optimum heel hold and minimization of drag
    • Designed for cold temperatures, EXP2 Duraflex ST highbacks are made with increased glass for more response without the weight
    • Exoframe 4.0 ankle straps function as a comfortable suspension system for your feet
    • TS 2.0 Rhombus toe straps with pin
    • Magnesium 3.0 ratchets with aluminum base
    • Upgraded for improved durability and easier transitions with gloves, Split FLAD (forward lean adjuster) 2.0 lets you quickly switch from touring mode to ride mode
    • Aluminum split pin
    • Grade 8.8 steel hardware offers impressive strength and reliability
    • Nonstick EVA gas pedals shed water and snow—gone are the days of icy buildup under your boots
    • Toolless strap adjust allows easy adjustments on the hill
    • Footbeds are not canted
    • Union offers a lifetime warranty on baseplates and heel cups, even if they are broken or cracked while riding; all other parts are covered for 1 year after purchase
    • Includes: mounting hardware, split disk, touring bracket, Quiver Disk and a splitboard strap


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use


    Riding Style


    Binding Flex

    Medium Flex

    Base Material

    Fiberglass/nylon composite

    Highback Material




    Heel Lift


    Weight (Pair)


    Pucks Included




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