Platinum Picks: The Top Women’s Snowboard Boots & Bindings of 2014


In Cameron Crowe’s beloved film Almost Famous, Lester Bangs, a jaded music journalist for Creem and Rolling Stone tells starry-eyed aspiring rock-writer Willim Miller, ‘You know, your writing is damn good. It’s just a shame you missed out on rock & roll. It’s over. You got here just in time for the death rattle.” While legendary rockers Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and Jim Morrison died well before their time, rock & roll itself will never die, nor will snowboarding for that matter, or women’s snowboarding to be more specific. Let’s face it, women who ride rock, and these are the snowboard boots & bindings that have earned platinum status for their supporting role in female shred progression.

Union Legacy Snowboard Bindings

Read our full review of the Union Legacy bindings in our 2014 Online Buyer’s Guide

Burton Lexa EST Snowboard Bindings

Read our full review of the Burton Lexa EST bindings in our 2014 Online Buyer’s Guide

Vans Ferra Snowboard Boots

Read our full review of the Vans Ferra Boots in our 2014 Online Buyer’s Guide

Burton Ritual Snowboard Boots

Read our full review of the Burton Ritual Snowboard Boots in our 2014 Online Buyer’s Guide


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