Union Legacy Binding

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Union Legacy Snowboard Bindings

The Legacy is ideal for women looking for the aggressive performance of a high-end men’s binding, with the anatomically correct fit of a proper ladies’ model. Perfect for steep lines, high-speed carves, and Olympic halfpipes, the overall stiffness and response of the Legacy proves our dedication towards female-specific product progression.

One of the lightest bindings ever produced, the Legacy focuses the strength of Duraflex ST Nylon in critical areas of the base for power, and takes full advantage of EVA dampening everywhere else.

100% FEMALE SPECIFIC

Accurate fit specifically for the ladies - the Legacy is a softer flexing and anatomically correct fit from the highbacks, down to the straps and baseplates.

 

DURAFLEX ST LEGACY BASE

Duraflex ST blended nylon is utilized on the Legacy to provide a medium flexing base that is softer than the Ultra and stiffer than the Contact. A great choice for all types of snowboarding.

INTEGRATED VAPORLITE BUSHINGS

Vaporlite Full Bottom Bushing system is a closed cell foam that allows for natural canting and next level vibration dampening and season long foot comfort.

EXTRUDED 3D ALUMINUM HEELCUPS

The rigidity and strength of Extruded Aluminum acts like a roll cage on a race car - stiffening the entire chassis. The male/female connection with the base provides seamless response.

LEGACY HIGHBACKS

All new Legacy Highback is female specific and exclusive to this model. Legacy highbacks combine the total freedom of movement you want in the air with the strategic support you need to set down the landing gear.

FORMA ANKLE STRAP

New and improved, the design of the Forma Ankle Strap produces strength and rapid response on the outside, fit and pillowed comfort on the inside.

MAGNESIUM RATCHETS

This Union exclusive process produces a material 4 times the strength of aluminum with only 1/2 the weight. Plus magnesium is easily recycled and remains the eighth most abundant element on the planet.