Womens Sizing Chart
The ultimate in versatility and performance
The women’s flagship binding, the Opus is an aluminum heel-cup binding that has strength and rigidity in the heel, but is soft and forgiving everywhere else to make this binding flex for lighter riders. It adjusts in every way possible so that the rider can fine tune the fit for their boots and the lightweight injected straps evenly distribute pressure to eliminate pressure points. It’s a top-of-the-line performance binding that our top Pros ride because it’s responsive, light and super comfortable (not to mention bomb-proof).
This is the women's equivalent to the Magnum, and it's a lightweight, performance binding designed for intermediate to advanced level riders.
PAINT FREE NYLON
Fix buckles are tested up to 28,000 clicks, which is over triple the strength of the competition; that is why Fix is able to offer an industry first lifetime warranty on both the buckles and base trays. They’re that good. Our cast aluminum buckles are housed in the buckle assembly and are attached with custom designed German steel springs, for superior strength and function.
Fix doesn’t paint the major components of its bindings for several reasons. The first reason is that nylon gets stronger with age; it absorbs the moisture from the environment so painting a binding would seal in that nylon and prevent the aging process. The second reason is durability. No scratches, no chipping. The final reason is paints and lacquers are toxic and we believe that brands must do better to help the environment even if it means that it costs more to do so from a production standpoint.
If lightweight performance is what you’re after then the Fix injected straps are what you need. They stretch as you tighten them which evenly distributes the pressure eliminating pressure points.
All Fix bindings are compatible with The Channel mounting system and comes with the correct mounting hardware.
No filler material = stronger bindings and less breakage. We prove that we don’t use regrind in any of our bindings by producing a storage box that the bindings come in.
Let’s face it, having to tighten your screw all the time is a hassle. That’s why Fix uses a special type of mounting hardware called DethGrip™ to ensure that you’re not looking for a screwdriver every time you go riding.
Rotate your highbacks for optimal lateral movement with our simple to adjust system. Lining up your highbacks to the heel edge of your board allows your legs a free range of motion.
All Fix bindings are a 4×4 hole pattern compatible and come with DethGrip™ Hardware for both 4×4 as well as The Channel. Our regrind hardware card uses waste from our production process and doubles as a wax scraper so you can use it for years to come.
Nylon injection, extruded aluminum heel-cups, cast aluminum buckles and injected straps all lead to one of the lightest bindings on the market today.
14% Glass Injected Nylon Highback
Injected Ankle Strap
Urethane Dampening Pad
Ladder Saver Buckles
Cast Aluminum Buckles
Tool Free Strap Adjustments
Tool Free Forward Lean Adjuster
Easy Highback Rotation
EVA Footbed Padding
Regrind Free Injection Moulding
First Shot Pure Nylon
Paint Free Nylon
Lifetime Warranty on Buckles
Lifetime Warranty on Baseplate
Regrind Binding Box
Regrind Wax Scraper Hardware Card
4x4 and Channel Mounting Hardware
4x4 and Channel Compatible Discs
Jason Broz, the founder of Fix, goes through the 22/23 Opus binding key features and benefits.
NOTE: We grabbed the wrong year of Opus binding when shooting the video... it was a long day.
Our binding box and hardware holder/scraper are both made from waste from our manufacturing process. This excess plastic (called Regrind) is typically chewed up and injected back into bindings. The problem with this process is that it's impossible to monitor how much Regrind goes back into your bindings which can make them full of air bubbles like Swiss Cheese. Creating a reusable transportation box for our bindings is not only an environmentally friendly solution but also great for the durability of our bindings.