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We're inviting even more riders into the fold with new colors and options for kids.


We're inviting even more riders into the fold with new colors and options for kids. Check out our FAQs, how-tos, R&D origins, and more.


Step On Grom

Now even younger and smaller riders can start with Step On with this new Kids Step On size offering for smaller groms for boot sizes 11C - 2K.


New Colorways

Each season brings a new batch of unique colorways for Step On. This year, more than ever.

New men’s and women’s Step On Split bindings bring the unique benefits of Step On to splitboard touring, like simplicity, efficiency, speed, and more.

Step On FAQs

Step into the know by learning more about how Step On works, and getting the answers to our customers most frequently asked questions.

"How do I get in?"


It really is as easy as, "heel, toe, go". Step into the binding heel-first to engage the heel clip, then press down your toes until you hear the clicks.

"How do I get out?"


Getting out is even easier than getting in. Just pull the lever on the heel of the binding and twist your foot. Boom, you're out.

"Does it work in powder?"


Yes! Step On works great in powder. Just brush the snow out of your footbed before you step on (like you would with any binding).

"Do they work in park?"


Tweak, press, big go, stomp hard–the best riders in the world have put it to the test. Now it's your turn.

"Are they good for beginners?"


Step On is great for all levels of riding. Its ease of use and convenience both simplifies and streamlines the beginner's experience.

"Are they responsive?"


Some riders even say that Step Ons are more responsive than traditional bindings due to the heel-toe connections. They love to carve.

"Can I use it on any board?"


Step On is compatible with all major mounting systems, which means you can use it with any board out there (not just Burton's).

"So, I don't have to sit down?"


That's right. Never sit down to strap in again. It's fast and easy, so you can get right to riding.

"What about ice build up?"


Step On has undergone countless hours of rider testing. Just scrape any ice from the footbed like you would with a traditional binding.

"Will I pop out of my bindings?"


We've been doing testing and R&D on Step On since 2006. You're just as safe on Step Ons as you are in strap bindings.

Digital Manuals

User guides for Step On, Step On Split, and Step On Grom


How to Set Up Your Step Ons

Use Your Step Ons to Bust the Myths 

There’s a lot of chatter around what Step On can and can’t do, but it’s time to set the record straight. We’re reaching out to our dedicated community of strap-free riders to prove that Step On is the real deal. Post photos and videos that help debunk common myths, and tag us with #StepOn for a chance to be featured on our social channels. 

Myth #1 – It’s hard to get in/out 

Myth #2 – Doesn’t keep up in backcountry or park 

Myth #3 – Can’t handle big falls 

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