Stop Putting Your Board On Your Back Foot

RideEasy Line: Portable snowboard footrest and board lock
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Never Have A Sore Foot Again

RideEasy Line transfers the weight of your board to the chairlift

Stop Worrying About Your Board At Lunch

RideEasy Line installs onto your binding so it’s always with you and ready to be used

Stop Worrying About Your Board At Lunch

RideEasy Line installs onto your binding so it’s always with you and ready to be used

How It Works

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Happy Customers

“The weight of the hanging board has always been a issue with snowboarding. You put your board on the toe box of the boot and you get scuffed up, cut boots. If you’ve got a system that can allow you to relax your legs, well that’s awesome!”

Brian, Snowboard Store Manager, Australia

“Definitely save your ankle by the end of the day. The other advantage of being able to secure your board while you’re going to lunch – fantastic!”

Joe, Snowboarder, Australia


What if you forget to unhook from the chairlift?

We spent 9 months working on the shape of the hook so that it only stays on the safety bar when there is weight on it. Taking the hook off is as easy as lifting your foot and then flicking it off. It literally takes a split second. If you don’t believe me, check out it out here:

Shouldn't RideEasy go on the back binding?

During our testing, we tried to put RideEasy on the back binding. We found two problems:

  • With the REL on the back binding, it will only take 50% of the weight of the board because the other half will be support by your front/attached leg.
  • With the back of the board hooked onto the safety bar, it will be parallel to the chairlift which will interfere the people sitting beside you on the lift.

Since we’ve designed RideEasy to be shorter than your front leg, this video shows that the line will take most of the weight of your board and your leg will be able to rest!

But you can just put your board onto your boot… 

How much weight can RideEasy take? Is it easy to break?

We’ve tested RideEasy to carry 100lb. With an average snowboard setup (board, binding and boots) weighing in at 18lbs, we’ve built in an ample buffer for you to rest your leg on without any problems. You can even kick your leg around on the chairlift and RideEasy will be able to withstand the strain you put on it.

Check out the video below for a behind the scenes look at our strength testing!

Does RideEasy fit all bindings?

RideEasy will fit most bindings. We will deliver RideEasy to you with 2 strap adapters of different sizes. The largest adapter will fit 99% of straps in the market. If you are really unsure whether RideEasy will fit your binding, take a photo of the inside of your front binding with a tape measure beside the strap and send it to us at We will then tell you whether it fits or not.

P.S remember to also take a photo from the top, i.e. bird’s eye view, so we can see the thickness also.

As far as we know, the bindings that it will not work on are “step-in” bindings. This is because those don’t have an ankle strap, so there’s nothing for RideEasy to attach to. As long as you can detach the ankle pad from the binding’s main frame, you’ll be able to install RideEasy on your setup.

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