Men's and Women's Illusion 400 Snowboard Bindings - Black



Made for
This traditional snowboard binding offers very good support thanks to its 3D strap. The cap strap on the toes makes it more comfortable, and it reacts well thanks to its rigid highback.

FitGood foot support at high speed on blue to black pistes.
Fast actingTurn Strap: 180° strap opening. Unhindered, quick foot entry.
AdjustableFront and back spoiler, Gas Pedal, straps.
CushioningEVA foam at the toes and heels.
Anatomic designM: 4 to 7, L: 8 to 13.
StabilityConventional fastening: pump up to the required level of support. No limit.
CapacityPair of bindings + 2 discs + 8 x 16 mm screws compatible with discs + 8 washers
CompatibilityOnly for use with boards with regular inserts (not 3D or Chanel Burton).
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

After-sales parts list
_ ref. 8576569: 2 pairs of ankle strap fittings _ ref. 8576639: 1 pair of ankle straps / size M for shoe sizes 3 to 7 _ ref. 8576638: 1 pair of ankle straps / size L for shoe sizes 8 to 12 _ ref. 8576572: 2 pairs of toe strap fittings _ ref. 8576632: 1 pair of toe straps / size M for shoe sizes 3 to 7 _ ref. 8576632: 1 pair of toe straps / size L for shoe sizes 8 to 12
After-sales parts list (continued)
_ ref. 8576631: 2 toe strap screws + 2 ankle strap screws _ ref. 8576629: 2 spoiler fitting screws _ ref. 8576658: 1 disc + 4 screws and 4 spacers
The Illusion 400 binding is a traditional snowboard binding to go anywhere: piste, off-piste and even snow parks, because it has a short yet stiff highback, giving good rear support for backside tricks as well as ankle mobility during spins.
Opening mechanism
Turn Strap System: the strap is mounted onto a hinge, which allows it to turn inwards when you lift your foot. When putting the boot on, the space is therefore free to insert the boot into the binding without any discomfort. This also prevents the strap and the hooks getting crushed with the boot.
Adjustment options
These snowboard bindings have a system for very precisely adjusting the centring of your feet on the board thanks to _ the 5 available positions for the screws on the disc, _ the forwards/backwards adjustment of the highback: +7mm of additional adjustment, The aim is that the boot overhangs the board by an equal distance at the toe and at the heel. As well as _the length of the gas pedal, particularly for large feet, _the length of the straps.
What is the stance on the snowboard?
The stance is the distance between the 2 bindings in cm. It can be adapted according to your body shape but be aware that all snowboards have a recommended stance for bindings (shown by a mark between the binding inserts). If you want to position your feet further apart or closer together on the board, do the test to see if you are best placed.
How do I change my stance on the board?
For piste - off-piste boards, when bringing the feet closer together, it is preferable to move the front binding back and, when moving the feet apart, it is preferable to move the rear binding back. The aim is to be set a little further back to take the turns better on piste and to float on powder snow. For freestyle boards (symmetrical), move the 2 bindings to remain on the centre of the board.
At what angle should I put my snowboard bindings?
For a freeride run, we recommend +18° at the front and 0° at the rear. For a versatile freestyle run, try +18° et -6°. The rear foot opening lets you change when riding switch. For pure freestyle runs, choose completely symmetrical angles such as +15° et -15° for example. Angle choice on bindings is a very personal thing. Feel free to check out what others are doing and try out different options. You might be pleasantly surprised!
Don't forget to centre your boot on your board!
The disk bindings with 4 screws generally enable several positions. This setting is used to centre the boot on the snowboard and prevent the foot from protruding too far. The boot must therefore protrude from the board by an equal amount on both sides. You can also rotate the disc 90° to increase or decrease the stance in relation to that provided by the inserts. In this case, the bindings can’t be centred laterally.
What size should I choose for my snowboard bindings?
M = sizes 4 to 7 (UK) L = sizes 8 to 13 (UK). But just as you would always try on a shoe with your own foot, we strongly recommend trying on the bindings with your snowboard boots because, depending on the brand, a particular size of boot can vary in volume.
Information / Concept / Technology
Frame : 100.0% Polyamide 6.6 Strap : 50.0% Steel, Strap : 50.0% Thermoplastic Polyurethane

Stockage tips
Before each outing, tighten all the screws of the bindings. Storing for the summer: you can leave the bindings on the snowboard.
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