Our binding technology Double Take offers quicker engagement of your buckle, faster tongue uptake (you may call them 'ladders'), fewer cranks to tighten your strap and more power to get your binding tighter with less effort. This is because double take buckles grip the tongue from both sides (you will notice the tongue has teeth on the top and bottom) and the mechanism inside the buckle is a helical gear, which generates more power per crank. With the traditional single take buckle system, there is about an inch of space before you actually start ratcheting your strap down to the tongue. It’s those quick and little innovations that help save time and effort when you are strapping in and getting ready to drop in!
Articles in this section
- Step On Tech Glossary
- Step On FAQ
- What discs come with bindings?
- Benefits of Hammock Straps
- What does boot/binding response mean? Which is right for me?
- What is Double Take and what are the advantages over traditional buckles?
- What determines a bindings "feel" rating? What does stiffness do for the rider?
- What size binding is best for me?
- What companies have authorized 3D hole pattern licenses?
- What binding systems are compatible with Burton splitboards?