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Rome Katana Binding One Color, One Size
Rome Katana Binding One Color, One Size
Stuffed to the gills with top-notch technology, the new Rome Katana Binding offers super-light, highly customizable performance for riders who slay everything from steep lines to gigantic park jumps and technical handrails. Built from the ground up to be significantly lighter than any binding Rome has ever produced, the Katana features Asymwrap technology to save a ton of weight. This asymmetric underwrap heel hoop provides enhanced lateral movement, allowing you to tweak out grabs and lay into presses with precision. And since this heel hoop extends under the binding's chassis, you still get powerful edge-to-edge response when you're carving. Using a brand new Asym Katana highback, the Katana gives you ample lateral flex for tweaking out tricks without sacrificing heelside response. This lightweight, cored-out highback is highly customizable with Cant-In-The-Back II alignment. This customizable highback aligns with your lower leg for seamless power transfer and maximum response. Keep the stock 0-degree setting for the traditional feel of a vertical highback, dial-in 3-degrees for narrower stance angles/taller riders, or change to 6-degrees for wide stance angles/shorter riders. Absorbing heavy landings and soaking up high-speed chatter, the Rome Katana is the only binding on the market to use D30 technology for 30% more impact resistance and dampening. The D30 V-Rod SubBase Pad hardens on impact, stiffening up to dissipate blows from park hits, cliff drops, and choppy snow conditions. Plus, the Katana has a 2. 5-degree canted EVA footbed for even more padding, anatomically aligning your knees for enhanced comfort. Rome includes a stock 0-degree footbed for those who prefer the traditional feel of a flat footbed. Allowing you to fully customize the feel of your ankle strap, the binding's PivotMount Strap Tech is a rotating pivot mount with five flex control settings. Place the PivotMount higher for a locked-in, responsive feel for freeriding or lower it for a l...
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Dagger Katana 9.7 Kayak Solar, One Size
Dagger Katana 9.7 Kayak Solar, One Size
The Dagger Katana 9. 7 Kayak isn't a samurai sword, but it does slice through the water with wicked abandon whether you're running Class III rapids or on a luxurious weekend paddle on your favorite low-volume river with your best friends. Unlike the Axis, Dagger's other cross-over kayak, the Katana is based off a whitewater boat and then tweaked so paddlers won't work up a sweat crossing a mirrored pond. Whether you're carrying adult beverages and snacks for the pack picnic on the lake or hitting some high-volume creeks in the throes of spring run-off, the Katana will keep you high, dry, and wearing a shit-eating grin all day long. Dagger took linear polyethylene and roto-molded it into a minimal and balanced progressive rocker hull that tapers into beveled and flared side-walls. Novice paddlers will appreciate the initial stability of a balanced boat, and experienced river rats will enjoy secondary stability from defined edges. Slipping between boulders on a bit of foamy fun is simple. The high-volume bow and the rounded stern deck shape helps the boat shed water so you're not scavenging river bottoms for undiscovered treasures. A drop-down skeg makes flat water paddling pure joy since you'll be tracking a straight line. In addition to shape, the other hint that the Katana kind of likes a rough-and-tumble ride is the Contour Ergo seating and creek seat. Adjustable leg lifters reduce pressure points on your upper thighs and rear end. Adjustable hip pads and seat give you a customized fit without paying custom-boat prices. The bulkhead plate comes out for a safer footbrace and additional storage space up front. Between stern hatch and bulkhead in the bow, you can stow your gear in a balanced fashion. If only you could achieve this kind of balance off the water.
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