Snowboard Binding Arbor Acacia  sand

Collection winter 2024

The Arbor Acacia binding combines comfort and performance that you'll enjoy on any terrain. With a lightweight one-piece base and ergonomically… detailed description

225.00 €

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Arbor Acacia Women's Binding

The Arbor Acacia binding combines comfort and performance that you'll enjoy on any terrain. With a lightweight one-piece base and ergonomically shaped ankle strap, you'll enjoy comfort without sacrificing the ultimate feeling of control and connection to the board. The Bow Straps also simplify your entry into the bindings so you can enjoy a worry-free day on the mountain. If you're looking for versatility with great value for money, Acacia will be the right binding for you and your progression.

* In the case of mounting the binding to the Channel system (Burton, Endeavor), suitable screws must be used. Using the wrong screws can cause irreparable damage to the snowboard.


  • Customizable EVA footbed - dual density foam for shock absorption, comfort, durability and better feel even in hard snow conditions
  • 2.5° Canted Footbed - the insole is slightly inclined so that the knees and feet have a natural position
  • Low Profile Asymmetrical Highback - Low-profile asymmetrical highback with 5º lateral rotation for ergonomic feel and freedom of movement.
  • Lightweight Single Mold Baseplate - the one-piece baseplate is made of lightweight material
  • Fiberglass Reinforced Nylon Buckles and Levers - fiberglass-reinforced nylon ratchets are durable and reliable.
  • Toolless Ankle and Toe Strap Adjustments - you don't need any tools to adjust the straps
  • Bow Strap Adjuster - pre-shaped bent strap that actively deflects outward for easier entry into the binding.
  • Textured Stretch Single Durometer Ankle Strap - ergonomically preformed strap for even greater comfort when moving
  • Universal 4x4 Disc
Snowboard Binding Arbor Acacia sand 2024

Size Chart

UK 3-5 5-7
EUR 35-38 38-40,5
US 5-7 7-9
CM 22-24 24-26

How to Choose Snowboard Bindings

Rule number one: boots first, bindings second! The right snowboard equipment must match and fit perfectly, so don't underestimate the importance of your choice and follow a few important steps.


Choosing the right bindings depends on several different factors. The stiffness of the bindings, size, type, material and the amount you are willing to invest are all important. We have a simple guide on how to make the best choice. But if you're still confused, drop by our shop in Brno. Together we'll talk it through and recommend the best yet personalised fit for you.

First and foremost - The Boots

The binding adjusts to the size of the boots. That's rule number one. If you're picking out your bindings in a store, it's ideal to take your boots with you and try them on to see how they fit. The straps of the binding should fit snugly around them. The easiest option is to combine binding and boots of the same brand. The models are designed to fit together automatically.

Soft or Firm Binding?

You should choose the stiffness of your snowboard and bindings according to your riding style. Softer bindings are more playful and suitable for both beginner riders and freestyle riders. A slightly stiffer binding should be chosen if you prefer rough carving on the piste or freeride.

There are several types of bindings:

Classic two-strap binding

Soft bindings consist of baseplate, heelback and straps. The method of fastening can be either over the toe or over the instep.

Speed Entry

First, you set a strap that you do not manipulate any further. The bindings are entered through the heel, so it is a much faster way of slipping on.

Step On

A simple and at the same time very quick way to put on your boots into binding. If you don't like to bend over and downright hate sitting in the cold snow before every ride, you'll love the Step On.

Which foot goes first?

Advanced snowboarders already know which foot is in front and which is in the back. But if you're a complete beginner who's never stood on a board before, there's a simple trick to find out. Just try to run outside for a bit and take the longest jump you can. Did it work? And which foot did you bounce off the ground with? That's the foot that's supposed to be the first on a snowboard. If you're not 100% sure of the outcome, ask a friend or family member to stand behind you and gently push you forward unexpectedly. Again, the foot that goes out first is the one that will be on the board in the front.

What angles to choose when mounting bindings

And speaking of the direction of the bindings, it's important to keep in mind the angle at which to attach the bindings. Whether you prefer downhill or you prefer to jump on rails, you'll be comfortable riding in the 15° and -9° positions.

Bindings overhang over the edge of the snowboard

Once you've managed to attach the bindings and you're happy with both the angle and straddle of your feet, all that's left to do is check one last important detail. The bindings (including boots) must not overhang the heel more than the toe (or vice versa). An unbalanced position of the bindings can cause a problematic ride - in short, you'll be hitting the snow with your boots and bindings every now and then. And that spoils the feeling of a perfect ride!

Arbor Acacia sand

Snowboard Binding Arbor Acacia


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