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K2 Hue 2020 Review by The Good Ride
The Women’s K2 Hue bindings offer a pretty damp ride that has nice response but isn’t too stiff. I found them very comfortable, they have that semi skaty feel but also have a nice responsive ankle strap and toe strap. The K2 Hue also have K2’s TriPod™ chassis, which lets you change out the feel of the bindings, you can choose one contact point under your heel, or two switching between a loose feel and a more in contact with the board feel. They have a canted foot-bed that helps with foot fatigue and support and awesome micro adjusting on the ankle and toe straps.
Overall the K2 Hue women’s bindings seem like a quality binding, that are comfortable, offer nice adjust-ability, and have a nice smooth ride that comfortable but also enough responsiveness to ride aggressively if you want. If you are looking for a higher end all mountain or freestyle type binding, the K2 Hue might be a good option.
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Riders : Steph (Boot size 7.5, Binding size M, Weight 108lbs)
Days: 1 (a few laps at demo days)
Conditions: Powder, packed powder, groomer
Boards: K2 Party Platter
Boots: Vans Ferra
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