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Psych

Freestyle Freedom with Auto Open Technology, Ultra-lightweight, Get Psyched

SIZES M (US M 7-9) L (US M 9-11) XL (US M 11-14)

$249.95 USD

$259.95 CAD

€224.95 EUR incl. VAT

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The Psych is the first model in the line to utilize our ultra-lightweight aluminum baseplate for solid edge to edge response. It is the binding of choice for riding the park or a carefree day on the hill. The soft flat highback allows unimpeded side to side movement and a fluid response. Paired with asymmetric ankle straps that increase range of motion and solid lateral support create a smooth ride while keeping you in control make this perfect for the park or surfy ride down the mountain. The Psych is guaranteed to get you stoked!

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Weird Science

  • FT-4 Highback

    FT-4 Highback Icon

    Designed for smooth response and mobility. The cored grid design creates an exceptionally lightweight back with inward angle for bio-correct ergonomic support.

  • FT-2 Baseplate

    FT-2 Baseplate Icon

    An engineering achievement of hyper cored aerospace aluminum stamped and formed for mind reading response and unmatched lightweight. This baseplate enables us to make one of the lightest bindings in any category.

  • Asym. Ankle Strap

    Asym. Ankle Strap Icon

    Aysmmetric Inverted Tri-Panel - Tuned support and mobility. Added lateral support and increased medial mobility.

  • Comprex Toe Strap

    Comprex Toe Strap Icon

    Durable synthetic textiles are stitched in a soft form fitting pattern for a snug and flexible grip.

  • EVA Foam Footbed

    Full EVA foam footbed with full cushion from heel to toe.

  • Micro Buckle

    Fine tune strap tension on the go or use for a quick conventional style exit or entry.

  • Pressure Relief Button

    Press the release button to relax ankle strap pressure on the front of the foot. Your straps stay pre-set for the ride down, just press on the Auto Lever to lock straps back into place.

  • Ken

    Can this fit on Burton’s ICS channel?

  • Lee

    Does Psych have a rotatable high back? Past seasons you guys had fixed and rotatable specified but this season I can’t seem to find the info. Thanks and hope to hear from you soon.

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    Yeah! You can rotate/adjust highbacks on these bad boyz

  • dk

    can you adjust the angles on this without having to unscrew it?

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    We make conversion plates to mount them on Burton channel boards, but the bindings are sold with baseplates and hardware for the universal 2×4 pattern inserts.

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    You will need a screwdriver to adjust the angles of these bindings.

  • sully

    Got a carbon credit 2015. Would these or the street series be abad fit?i like groomers,powder and small park (for now).Thx!

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    Hi Sully,
    The Street bindings will an awesome all around mid-flex binding for riding anywhere on the mountain/
    They’ll be especially groovy when paired with the Carbon Credit.

  • Jesse

    i am getting the jamie lynn 20yr in a 154 and im having trouble deciding between these or the mutants. i stay in the park but do love a good mountain run. i am just scared the mutans will be too stiff fo rmy style.

  • Bigus Wormus

    can the high backs be adjusted so they are not leaning forwards? I like a straight high back if possible.

  • Pow Wow

    Hey can I use it on Never Summer boards and /or Nitro boards ? My Burton bindings have baseplates that fit those boards, Im looking for a Gnu binding that also fit these two bords, in addition to a RC board, which I’ll probably buy it for this winter season.

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    Yes! There’s a knob on the back to adjust forward lean.

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    If you’re worried about the Mutants being too stiff, go for these!
    They’re a nice solid mid-flex; not too soft, not too stiff

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    Yes! Our bindings are 100% universal.

  • thomas.d

    Can i still order these online?! or do you know where i can grab a pair of Large Lime Green ones?!?! i got a pair of mutant blacks but now i want these as well.

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    We don’t have any in stock in our warehouse, so if they’re ordered through us a shop will feel the order.
    But doing a quick google search I found some of our awesome online retailers who have them in stock.
    Check out Evo and Vertical Urge!

  • SteamRoller Charlie

    I currently ride a 10.5 Celsius boot. Should I go for a Large or XL Binding?

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    Large! For sizes 9-11

  • Russ R.

    What’s the best way to fold these bindings? Like if I’m sliding them into my Snowboard bag? Thanks

  • ianmatt

    I wear a size 9 burton boot. should I get these in a medium or a large. how much heavier are the larges than the mediums? Would I have better support with a large? thanks. stoked on these

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    Burton boots tend to have a very reduced footprint, so really, you could go with either size.
    The large will have more extra strap length than the medium, which can make it easier to get off and on.
    But the medium will weigh slightly less (I don’t have an exact weight for you, sorry!)

    It’s really all personal preference.

  • BrianBucksCounty

    When installing these bindings the auto open lever should be on the outside correct?

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    Yes.
    The left binding should be on the left, and the right binding should be on the right and the levers will then be on the outside!

  • Ragekage

    I’m interested in getting Gnu Psych bindings and I’m having an issue with the sizing. My boot is size 11.5- Salomon Dialogue- and I don’t know if I should order a large or extra large binding. Any help would be appreciated.

  • Longauthier

    I’m currently riding the mutants, I love them. I’m more of an all mountain rider I’ve worn through the toe cap strap and my rear one broke yesterday. Do you guys sell strap kits?

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    Salomon boots generally have a smaller footprint, but I would still definitely recommend an XL for size 11.5

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    For parts other than discs, please follow this link….I think we can help you out!:
    http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/support/warranty/

  • A. Jones

    Hey Gnu I just got a Lib Tech Skate Bannana 2015 156″ wide and I’m deciding between these and the Mutants. I’m more of an all mountain rider bombin the hills at 65mph but I also like jibbing and playing around in the woods. Do you think the Mutants would be too stiff for me?

  • A. Jones

    Hey Gnu I just got a Lib Tech Skate Bannana 2015 156″ wide and I’m deciding between these and the Mutants. I’m more of an all mountain rider bombin the hills at 65mph but I also like jibbing and playing around in the woods. Do you think the Mutants would be too stiff for me???

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ Gnu

    It’s all based on your own preference, really.
    The Mutant will certainly be a stiffer, more responsive and aggressive binding—I think you’ll really appreciate that for high speeds and riding through the woods, and you can definitely jib with them as well.

    Bindings are pretty universal. Just make sure you get a flex that matches the aggressiveness of your riding, that they fit snugly/comfortably with your boots and that they’re easy to get on and off.

    One huge advantage of our bindings is that they’re rear entry and you can get them on in SECONDS! So at the top of the chairlift, when all your friends are strapping in, you can get a head start on riding!

  • Entis

    Hello, can we adapt this bind on the 3d attach system from Burton ?

  • Roger

    I have Burton SL boots size 11, do you recommend large or XL psych bindings? Thanks

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ GNU

    You could easily use either size!
    The larges will be lighter and more compact, but it may take a bit more effort to get your foot in and out of them.
    (though Burton boots are pretty reduced in size, so it might not make much difference…)
    The XL will be easy to get off and on and you’ll have more freedom with the straps, but they are bigger/heavier.

  • Roger

    i always use large Burton bindings so I am leaning towards the large Psych, agreed?

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ GNU

    I think you might want to go for the XL.

    Burton’s biggest binding size is a Large, and I think their size range for the large is more similar to our XL.

  • Roger

    Thanks

  • Sebastian Tereszczenko

    Looks good. I’m looking for a new bindings for my space case board. Can you tell me what is the weight (in grams) of this binding in size Large?

  • http://gnu1516.wpengine.com/ GNU

    I just weighed a pair here at our top secret headquarters, and in the box they weighed 1980 grams (1.98 kg)

  • Sebastian Tereszczenko

    thx!

  • jonh

    I have ThirtyTwo boots size 9 1/2 and smartpickle board

    do you recommend psych bindings??? size??

  • http://www.gnu.com/ GNU

    Hey John,
    Yes! I think the Psych will make a versatile setup that will be fun all over the mountain.
    Size 9.5 boots would be a Large.