The 2022 Ride C-6 snowboard binding is a smooth, damp, and light binding with a composite tray and aluminum heelcup, which makes it the perfect all-around performance binding the all-mountain rider.
The Two-Piece Ankle Strap contours to the shape of your boot and provides durability without extra weight. Urethane in the Slimeback Highback provides a smooth ride and allows for maximum lateral mobility. The C-Series Performance Chassis pairs an aluminum heelcup with a glass-filled nylon base tray. The aluminum heelcup provides the feel and durability of aluminum where you need it (heelside response) while the composite tray offers a damp and responsive ride. The canted footbed aligns your joints with a 2.5 degree angle while providing more leverage over the tip and tail of your board. The Ride C-6 will take you anywhere in all conditions. It won't disappoint.
Straps: Two-Piece Ankle Strap , Minimalist Toe Strap
Ratchets: Linkage Ratchet
C-Series C-Series Chassis is built with the forged aluminum heel-cup (same new part as A-Series) bonded with a state of the art composite tray.
C-Series Performance Chassis
The C-Series Chassis pairs the extruded aluminum heel-cup with a polycarbonate base tray. The heel-cup provides ultimate toe heel response, while the polycarbonate tray underfoot offers a comfortable and smooth ride.
Two-Piece Ankle Strap Designed to perfectly contour to your boot and provide long lasting support.
Minimalist Toe Strap Designed to offer maximum performance and durability with minimum weight and distraction.
Canted Footbed An ultra-light footbed that uses subtle angles to align the ankles and knees to a more natural and comfortable position. The angle also gives leverage to press the board for huge pop, without affecting your preferred stance width.
Linkage Ratchet Designed to improve ladder durability and eliminate ratchet wag, resulting in a smoother user experience with the same hold you expect.
Plastic Disc The plastic disc offers more lateral flex than aluminum for the rider that is focused on comfort and flex over hard charging performance.
US Youth / Men's
4 - 8
6 - 10
5 - 9
7 - 11
35 - 40.5
37 - 43.5
43.5 - 50+
22 - 26
24 - 28
28 - 33+
3 - 7
5 - 9
9 - 14+
ABOUT RIDE SNOWBOARDS
Founded in Redmond, WA. in late 1992, RIDE hit the market with only four board models and a vision - to create a snowboard company "for the people" built upon technical innovation, superior quality and "selling the dream." With a team of top pro and up-and-coming riders, a strong product line, a zealous ad campaign and quite a bit of hard work, the first few years were a success.
In order to meet the growing demand of snowboard and skateboard-influenced clothing, in 1994, Ride launched an outerwear and streetwear line under the brand name Cappel Clothing. Today, this line has evolved into a far more technical outerwear line, providing a phenomenal fusion of street fashion and snowboard function known today as Ride Snowboards Outerwear. The Cappel series has since made its triumphant return in the 05/06 collection of Ride Outerwear.
Shortly after relocating to Preston, Washington in 1995, RIDE launched the Preston brand of snowboard bindings. RIDE's proprietary technology made Preston Bindings one of the best-known binding names in the industry. Eventually incorporating the Preston name into the RIDE line, today RIDE Bindings are the market share leader in aluminum bindings and continually lead the charge of lightweight durability, mobility and response.
In conjunction with the Preston brand, the snowboard boot category for RIDE also planted its roots in 1995. From fairly meager beginnings, the RIDE Boot program has grown into its own and has become an award-winning collection. Today, with revolutionary design features such as our In2grated Construction with Body Active Intuition Liners, RIDE boots are the lightest weight, shortest-length performance boots on the market, hands down.
Also in 1995, Ride acquired the most respected snowboard manufacturer in the world, Thermal Snowboards Inc. of Corona, California. Later known as Ride Manufacturing, the facility used state-of-the-art computer technology, aerospace engineering, aircraft-grade tooling and other leading-edge techniques to design, test and manufacture the most advanced snowboards on the market. Today, Ride Manufacturing has expanded into a new facility in Asia, doubling its manufacturing space and equipment arsenal. Ride’s snowboard program continues to design industry-leading snowboards utilizing its Thermal Construction Technology process and which feature unique performance innovations like Cleave Edge™, Slimewalls® and Carbon Array power distribution. Taking tech's to the next level, Ride now incorporates additional "innoventive" technologies such as Membrain™ topsheets, Pop Rods™ and Pop Stixs.
Recently relocating to Seattle, WA., RIDE has never strayed from our original goal of technical innovation, superior quality and "selling the dream," and continues to maintain its distinctive brand identity within the snowboarding market. For RIDE, it's not about being the biggest… it's about being the best at what we do and truly becoming a great snowboard company "for the people." Through the passion and dedication of all of RIDE’s employees and global affiliates, RIDE has firmly established itself as a snowboard industry leader.
The 2022 K2 Maysis is designed like a workhorse and able to fit like a glove. Its feature-forward design has it ranked as a perennial best seller. It starts with a heat-moldable liner made of open-cell Intuition foam.