No more bulky pockets, no more exploded backpack beers. Easy to attach and remove velcro straps. Open slowly and enjoy.
I’m Raleigh Leslie and I’m the inventor of the Beer Binding. After coming up with the concept I went directly into prototyping. After multiple iterations with a Voilé strap, single velcro strap, I finally landed on the double velcro strap with coozie design you see here. I tested this product on my local hill in spring of 2021 and received non-stop positive feedback and requests to buy them from me at the top and bottom of the lifts and while riding the runs.
There is no doubt this is a novelty statement product, but for a snowboarder who loves beer it’s really something special. As someone who’s had countless exploded backpack beers, and even broken a rib falling on a beer in my jacket pocket, this is the best solution to have that extra beer or two when you need it on the chair or at the safety meeting.
Insulated coozie keeps your beer from getting too warm or from freezing depending on the time of the season. Also adds protection from impacts.
Straps are flexible to attach beer to a wide range of snowboard bindings. Straps hold beer securely but will break away for safety if needed.
Easy to Use
Attach a beer to the highback of almost any snowboard binding. You can also attach a beer to the front strap “Saint Bernard” style.
Free Domestic Shipping
Lifties love them.
Frequently Asked Questions
Won’t the beer explode?
If you open it slowly, it’s not a problem. Many quality beers have been enjoyed after full days of riding along in the Beer Binder.
My backpack/jacket has been working just fine. How can I sit down on a trail if this monstrosity is attached to me?
Oh yea the jacket & backpack work. This is for that extra one. It’s a bit novelty, but has been practical in use. Helps to avoid bulky pockets. On the binding you don’t even notice it. Never had a problem sitting down with bent knees in testing.
Is it secure? Will the beer fly out?
If the velcro straps are properly cinched down, the beer is not going anywhere. Tighter the better.
Is it practical and safe? What if it catches on a turn or a tree branch?
It’s designed to break free in those cases for those reasons. Lot’s of testing showed it’s a nice balance between secure yet breaks off when/if needed. If you are crashing all the time might need to slow down on the beers before you get hurt.
When mounted high on the highback, it does not drag on even the most leaned over hand drags. No worries.
Is this allowed at the resorts?
Yes. Lifties love it.
Is needing to drink and ride that important?
If you are asking this, the Beer Binding is not for you. If you love beer and snowboarding then, yes.