The Far Out Black is a K2 splitboard binding equipped with a sail interface, an aluminium base, a nylon spoiler and straps offering simultaneously support, reactivity and comfort.
The K2 Far Out model was developed with Voile, a pioneering brand in splitboard. It therefore benefits from the reliability and speed of the Voile interface system, while offering a nice dose of reactivity and support during descents. This model can be used on most splitboards on the market, with the exception of Burton splitboards equipped with The Channel system.
What is the program of the K2 Far Out Black splitboard binding?
The Far Out offers an ideal level of performance for freeriding at a good level. The aluminium frame is both light and robust to withstand heavy loads. It features a 3° inclined sole to give you more control and reduce fatigue. On the other hand, the nylon spoiler gives you all the responsiveness and control you need for backside support without being too stiff and uncomfortable. Its inclination adjusts quickly allowing you to switch to touring mode in a snap and get a better stride. Finally, the instep and toe straps are designed to adapt to any boot offering comfort and responsiveness. So, you have a fairly comfortable but above all responsive binding, which allows you to engage in descents and also offers you efficiency on ascents.
Who is the K2 Far Out Black splitboard binding for?
This model is designed for experienced to expert snowboarders looking for a high performance splitboard binding that is not too rigid at the spoiler. It will also please those with a tight budget, being more affordable than other brands' bindings.
What are the main qualities of the K2 Far Out Black splitboard binding?