Many years ago when we first started snowboarding there were things called "Step-In" bindings. These allowed you to simply step into your binding and be instantly connected to your board. The advantage was you could ride from the lift without stopping to strap into your bindings, which resulted in more time on snow, more riding and more powder.

The downside to these bindings was in the cumbersome designs. As these "Step-In" bindings did not have straps they relied on metal clipping devices similar to ski bindings. These ski like bindings often provided a poor connection to the board, and were prone to clogging from ice and snow.

As the major brands chose to focus on improvements to existing strap-in technology, these early step-in systems were never improved upon, and eventually all the major snowboard companies discontinued thier step-in binding lines.

A lot of riders loved the step-ins, and while they are not available on the market today we believe there is still a demand for a high quality, high performance, step-in binding.

After years of trying all the current offerings on the market, including the “rear-entry” bindings such as Flow’s or Fastecs, we found there is nothing that meets our desire for a high performance binding with the speed and ease of a step-in.

With nothing readily available on the market we have set out to design a new, high-performance, step-in binding.

Would you support a new high quality step in binding? We would love to hear from our fellow step in enthusiasts. Email us at info@stepinbindings.com  

Contact us on the email above to leave us a comment and keep updated on further developments.

We have a number of designs under development and with enough support from the step in community we aim to bring one of these to market. Let us know your thoughts at  info@stepinbindings.com

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