In 2014, Jason Broz was on a trip of a lifetime to Baldface Lodge in Nelson, British Columbia. He was surrounded by great friends, the snow was perfect, and the conditions were ideal. But just as he was about to strap in for his first run of the day, his bindings broke.
Broz was devastated. He had to ride back down the mountain in the catamaran, watching his friends shred the pow without him. As he sat there, he knew he had to do something. He had to make a better binding.
A year later, Fix Snowboard Bindings was born. Broz set out to create a binding that was durable, adjustable, and affordable. He also wanted to make sure that his bindings were made in an environmentally friendly way.
Today, Fix Snowboard Bindings are made with high-quality materials and construction. They are also tool-free and adjustable, making them easy to use for riders of all levels. Fix bindings are also made in an eco-friendly way, without the use of harmful chemicals or solvents.
Broz is proud of what he has created with Fix Snowboard Bindings. He knows that his bindings are helping riders all over the world enjoy the sport they love. And he is committed to making sure that Fix remains a sustainable company that is good for the environment and the people who make the bindings.