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The Curated Take
The K2 Far Outs quickly becomes intuitive with simple features that keep days in the backcountry easy and efficient. A stiff and responsive frame combined with a flexible high back makes for a stable yet surfy connection to your board. Transitions from tour mode to ride mode are smooth with K2’s rail design. Locking the base plate in place for ride mode is simple and effective. The heel lock option while touring helps with decent as well as keeping things tidy while carrying on your shoulder or backpack. All the adjustability needed to dial in the fit for your boot. Tool-less adjustment straps make changes on the fly simple.
- Easy mechanisms
- Comfortable and effective straps
- Only compatible on Voile pucks
Every splitboarder knows the best turns usually are not found inside the resort boundaries. The K2 Far Out splitboard binding is built to help you access your favorite backcountry terrain and minimize the time spent transitioning to and from split and descent modes.
The Far Out’s mid-to-stiff flexing aluminum chassis is solid and is CNC machined with the maximum number of cutouts to keep weight to an absolute minimum. The highback is made from tough and durable Lexan and easily flips between tour mode and descent mode with the push of a lever for comfort on the skin track. While in split mode, the bindings can be locked down in just seconds for tricky descents by sliding the heel lock into place and released quickly when it’s time to keep climbing.
The Sender™ 3D ankle strap is pad-less yet highly comfortable and cuts energy-sapping ounces to get you further into the mountains. Our PerfectFit™ 2.0 toe strap hinges to adjust to any snowboard boot shape for maximum response and feel, and both straps feature our CamLock™ for tool-less adjustment.
The Far Out comes equipped with pivot towers and heel risers.