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Toe strap webbing coming off - Ride Bindings

My girlfriend has the new 2012 Ride Fame bindings and after using it the first time this weekend (15 hours riding) the webbing on the toe straps are coming off.

I would not be concerned if it was after a season of use but after one weekend?

Anybody else having similar issues on their Ride bindings?




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I was contemplating of using a very very tiny dabs of krazy glue but i'm afraid of the glue hardening the strap.
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My girlfriend has the new 2012 Ride Fame bindings and after using it the first time this weekend (15 hours riding) the webbing on the toe straps are coming off.

I would not be concerned if it was after a season of use but after one weekend?

Anybody else having similar issues on their Ride bindings?
I bought a pair of Ride EXs this summer. Right out of the box there were small tears to the toe strap webbing. I contacted Ride and got a replacement pair of toestraps. Haven't taken them out on the snow yet... will do so before the week is out. I plan on riding the original ones till they fall apart before going to the replacements. Will post to this thread early next year about how my toe straps hold up after a week or so of riding.

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I have a pair of last year's Deltas with the 3d thingrip straps probably about 15-20 days on them since I bought them last February, they webbing is coming undone in a few spots but they are still holding up pretty well and nothing has affected performance yet.


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I had about 6 days on my Capo's and saw a tear. I was like wtf not cool but they still hold together fine. It just worries me about longevity. I think I might give them a call and see if they will send replacements. The tear is started on the top side too so it's not like it dragged and I ran it over with the edge of my board.
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Yeah the Ride webbing is a bit fragile. However, tears here and there wont cause any functional problems. Though i get it being that they're only a weekend old. Ride is usually pretty good about replacing toe straps, email away.

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http://ridesnowboards.com/support/warranty-parts

that's rides warranty and parts. they have a email link in there to email them about what happened and photos. Ive always had good luck with them. someone hit me first day in a new set a few years back breaking a ratchet off. it wasn't supposed to be warrantied but they sent me a new one free anyways.


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I have the 2012 Ride DVAs. I've had about 5 days on them so far and nothing has happened with the webbing on the toe straps but I was having an issue with a ratchet. Just email Ride and tell them what's up. Got back to me within a few days and sent me a replacement. I've always had great customer service from them so I don't think it will be an issue.
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Looks like the mold seam...?

I've got some early model Ride NRc with the web style toe cap and they've got prolly 70 days on them and they look brand new.... Serious bummer that they've gotten away from that mold when it was working

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pretty sure all the webbing on the nitranes as well as the conventional 2 straps they have are purely cosmetic, which is kind of annoying unto itself, but shouldnt affect anything. now with the k2s i have the front "strap" is 1 in front, one on top, so looking at the rides it seems more obvious.

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