The Nitro Zero Binding offers a mellow yet supportive flex for folks who ride the whole mountain in a terrain-park frame of mind. The FTI Air chassis contains a full-size airbag designed to let you take bigger drops to flat with less impact on your body, and works with the Micro Disc to maximize dampening power while still letting you fine-tune your stance.
The Zero's reinforced nylon chassis utilizes Nitro's Airbag technology to take the edge off flat landings and absorb vibration to reduce fatigue. The Asym Type R highback is lightweight, mid-stiff, and ergonomically designed for greater comfort and control. The slim, asymmetrical ankle straps are packed with Nitro's best memory foam padding to allow you to really crank down hard on your bindings without creating pressure points. The toe strap is a convertible model that can be worn over the toe or in front of the toe to pull your boot back into the binding's heelcup. The toe straps are also equipped with flex windows that give the strap a comfortable, natural flex and conform to the shape of the boot. The aluminum buckles work with the composite Speedwheel for years of smooth, slip-free use.
If you like your bindings with a medium stiffness that is slightly on the softer side, I'd recommend the Nitro Zeros. The two piece base tray allows for some flexibility while the highback is responsive and lightweight. The buckles release smoother than butter and the airbag under your heel provides supreme cushioning. The Zero is perfect for the rider that loves to ride the park but isn't afraid to venture into the trees.
The Raiden Zeros are some of the nicest bindings I have ever ridden. The straps are super comfortable and easy to adjust. The toe strap fits over the toe of my Nike's perfectly. They are a medium flex. Not too stiff and not too soft. I would recommend these to anyone looking for a perfect park binding that will perform all over the mountain.