Looking for a new pair of kiteboard bindings? Look no further, you ended up on the right page. Kitemana has a wide variety of bindings from all the major brands. Every kiteboard manufacturer has his own uniquely designed binding to provide you with the just right amount of shock absorption and grip while kitesurfing. When you're buying a new set of bindings always check the distance between the inserts on your kiteboard because some kite brands use different distances. As a result, some brands won't fit on your board. If you have a question about kiteboard bindings? Please give us a call or send an email and we will gladly answer all of your questions. Want to know more about bindings? Read more.



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H1 2018 Bindings
H1 2018 BindingsCabrinha
129.99 79.00
Apex 2020 Binding
Apex 2020 BindingNaish
H1 2019 Pads & Straps
H1 2019 Pads & StrapsCabrinha
Hoof Hook
Hoof HookRide Engine
Dually 2019 Binding
Dually 2019 BindingSlingshot
199.00 159.00
Pads & Straps
Pads & StrapsLieuwe
Vario Combo 2019 pads & straps
Vario Combo 2019 pads & strapsDuotone Kiteboarding
Dually 2018 Bindings
Dually 2018 BindingsSlingshot
159.00 109.00
Element 2018 pads & straps
Element 2018 pads & strapsAirush
169.00 119.00
Directional straps
Directional strapsAirush
32.95 9.95
Entity Combo 2019 pads & straps
Entity Combo 2019 pads & strapsDuotone Kiteboarding
Platinium3 2016 Bindings
Platinium3 2016 BindingsF-One
195.00 149.00
H2O 2019 Bindings
H2O 2019 BindingsCabrinha
Traction Pad Team Front
Traction Pad Team FrontDuotone Kiteboarding
Grip Sheet
Grip SheetCreatures of Leisure
43.00 39.99
Platinium 3 2018 Bindings
Platinium 3 2018 BindingsF-One
Middle & front deckpad
Middle & front deckpadBen Wilson
Middle & front deckpad Striped
Middle & front deckpad StripedBen Wilson
Vario Footstrap
Vario FootstrapDakine
49.95 29.95
Ambush Mid + Front Surfpad
Ambush Mid + Front SurfpadMystic
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Kiteboard bindings

Kiteboard bindings are the main link between you and your kiteboard. We believe that you shouldn't try to save money on a pair of bindings. As they provide a lot of comfort and confidence during a kitesurf session. If you're feeling comfortable while riding your kiteboard, you will get more confidence for a big jump. On top of that, a good set of bindings provide additional shock absorption during a landing, which is good for your knees and ankles. Kitesurfing generates a lot of force on your joints, these forces mainly gets absorbed by your bindings, also the flex in your boards can help reduce the forces on your knees.

Footpads & footstraps

Kiteboard bindings usually consist of two parts, footpads & footstraps. The pads function as a shoe sole and provide shock absorption and support for your feet while kitesurfing. The straps make sure that your feet stay on the pads so you don't lose your board while making a jump. Most major kite brands make a combination of the two which connect perfectly. A nice thing about this is that you don't need to assemble them yourself, the manufacturers have already done it in the process. Some other brands release separate straps which give you the freedom to mix and match until you have found the perfect set of bindings for your style of riding.

Nowadays there are many types of kiteboard straps available. The most common straps are adjustable by one velcro fastener at the top of your strap. There are also straps with 2 velcro fasteners so you can adjust the straps even better around the shape of your feet. To save weight, there are also non-adjustable straps, but they are mainly used on kite surfboards because you hardly ever make a jump. At the inside of the footstrap, there is usually a layer of neoprene to provide a soft connection between your feet and the strap. A good thing about neoprene is the fact that it is water resistant which provides a good and firm grip.

Kite boots

Another kind of kiteboard bindings are kiteboard boots. These boots look a lot like wakeboard boots and offer a permanent connection between the kiter and his kiteboard. You simply put your boots on at the beginning of your kite session and after you have finished you take them off. A huge advantage when riding boots is that you don't have to worry about losing your kiteboard during a jump because your kiteboard is firmly attached to your feet. In addition, boots often offer better padding and support than pads & straps. A disadvantage is the fact that your board gets a lot heavier and crashes are more painful. Your board will always be on your feet, even if you wipe out. However, many pro and freestyle kitesurfers use boots because they give more pop, confidence, and control while throwing down some sick tricks.