Spruce 2021.2022 Binding Chooser Page

Which Spruce risers and release bindings should I choose?

Who Should buy Pro Prime Plus Risers/Bindings?

  • Riders who have a higher-end budget who want the safest and strongest possible binding.
  • Riders who have the most precise power transfer of any release binding.
  • Riders who want to choose their binding’s color: blue, red, black, green, yellow or white.
  • Riders who wish to ride with brakes on all width 4×4 and 4×10 skiboards.
  • Riders who want the FR 3 Pro Toepiece – A new design with improved AFD fixation and power transfer
  • Riders who want the NX FR heel with a 150° release range. The diagonal heel releases directly into the direction of a fall and reduces pressure on knees and ligaments
  • Riders who want GripWalk compatible bindings.
  • Riders who want an adjustable height toe piece to compensate for boot sole wear.
  • Riders who want a very high maximum DIN setting of 14.
  • Riders who weigh more than 79lbs (36kg).
  • Note: All Spruce risers/bindings come with a 5yr warranty.
Spruce Pro Prime Plus
Pro Prime Plus

Who Should buy Pro Sport Risers/Bindings?

  • Riders who have a moderate budget but want a rugged high quality binding.
  • Riders who want brakes for all 4×4 and 4×10 model skiboards except RVL8 Condor, Spliff, KTP, Playmaker, Blunt and BluntXL (leashes provided for use with these wider skiboards)
  • Riders who want the extra security of a full diagonal release toe piece.
  • Riders who want GripWalk compatible bindings.
  • Riders who want the lightest possible release binding.
  • Riders who do not require a DIN setting greater than 10.
  • Riders who weigh more than 67lbs (31kg).
  • Note: All Spruce risers/bindings come with a 5yr warranty.
Spruce Pro Sport
Pro Sport

When you order skiboards and bindings we install them for you.
That said, attaching Spruce risers to any pair of 4×4 skiboards is very simple, requiring just a screwdriver. Before using Spruce risers/bindings they must be tested w/ the rider’s actual boots,
by a certified binding technician. (almost all ski shops will perform this service for little or no charge)