THIS IS OUR STORY
DEDICATED TO BUILDING
Fix is a tool-free, simplistic binding that focuses on dependability, and strength, while providing ease of adjustability. Fix doesn't paint any of its nylon; it's a harder, more time consuming manufacturing process and more expensive to make bindings this way, but we believe it's better for the environment and makes for a more durable product. We also don't put any old filler material back into our bindings which makes them stronger. It's just a couple of the things that we do differently to make a superior product.
"It all started...
with a trip of a lifetime to the famed Baldface Lodge in Nelson, British Columbia. The bucket-list trip started with bluebird conditions and early season blower pow and a crew of great friends.
As the first cat ride of the day took us to the top of the first summit, I went to strap in, I cranked my buckle and "SNAP", I broke the inside adjuster strap (of the unnamed brand) of the bindings I was riding at the time. Without parts or anyway to repair the binding, I rode shotgun in the cat back down to the lodge to see if I could Frankenstein my bindings back together.
Sitting in that seat and looking out to my right and seeing all my friends riding untracked powder through perfectly spaced, snow blasted trees, I knew that was the moment that I had to do something; I needed to make a better binding; one that would be dependable and never let the rider down or have an experience like I had that day."
- Jason Broz (Founder)
We take pride in what we do and how we do it.
Offering top of the line snowboard bindings with an eco-conscious mindset is what Fix is about.
WE'RE MADE FOR THIS
First and foremost we are snowboarders and we want to make products that we would want to ride. That means really lightweight bindings that you can count on. Eliminating annoying hardware that can come loose on you and ruin your day on the mountain while producing bindings in the most environmentally conscious way that protects our production team, but also the environment and our winters. This is our responsibility and we don’t do it because we should, we do it because we can.