Vadatek SYNTAX Boot and Binding Package

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  • Vadatek SYNTAX Boot and Binding Package
  • Vadatek SYNTAX Boot and Binding Package
  • Vadatek SYNTAX Boot and Binding Package
  • Vadatek SYNTAX Boot and Binding Package
  • Vadatek SYNTAX Boot and Binding Package
  • Vadatek SYNTAX Boot and Binding Package
  • Vadatek SYNTAX Boot and Binding Package


Vadatek SYNTAX Boot and Binding Package 

Vadatek SYNTAX Boot and Binding Package

The SYNTAX is a hands-free step-in boot and binding setup. Simply tuck your toes under the toe straps, step down, and you're locked in. To release the bindings, slide the toe buckle to the end of the straps, pick your toes up, and slide your foot out. Slide the buckle back down to the binding and you are ready to go again!

Vadatek's flagship boot, the SYNTAX, is the go-to for young bloods, big senders, and old-schoolers alike.

The SYNTAX Bindings are built to be a durable workhorse you can count on season after season. The flex and feel of the setup is primarily a function of the boot flex. So, the SYNTAX binding chassis is super rigid to give you the ultimate in board response and control.


  • 8/9 Boots & S/M Bindings
  • 9/10 Boots & S/M Bindings
  • 10/11 Boots & L/XL Bindings
  • 11/12 Boots & L/XL Bindings


The SYNTAX is the swiss army knife of boots. The flex of the boots and the stiffness of the bindings is the perfect combination to shred any situation, any time.

  • Injection Molded Heel Cleat Shank
  • Full EVA Outsole
  • Dual Density Heel Footbed
  • Vulcanized Rubber Tread
  • Anatomical Footbed with Arch Support
  • Molded Toe Lift with 5 Degree Attack Angle
  • Session Savior Calf Cuff
  • Response Flex Panels
  • Tongue Compression Panel
  • Gusseted Tongue Interior
  • Dual Lace Zone Pull Tab
  • Tried and True Lace Closure System

* SYNTAX Boots fit more like sneakers than traditional wakeboard boots. We recommend sizing down & going with the smaller size if you are on the fence.
* If you have wide feet, and you will generally know if you have wide feet, we recommend going up a full size.


  • 6" Hole Pattern Compatible
  • Aluminum Extruded Heel Cradle
  • Injection Molded Heel Lock
  • Nylon Injected Chassis with Glass Fill Reinforcement
  • Groundworx TPE Primer Pedal Toe Lift Panel
  • TPU Injection Molded Toe Cap with Dual Forward Adjustments
  • Quick Release Safety Buckle
  • Intuitive Ladder Strap Hinge
  • Binding Lock Washers
  • M6 - Metric Hardware (universal among board companies)



Vadatek SYNTAX Boot and Binding Package

Vadatek SYNTAX Boot and Binding Package

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  • 3
    Nice boots, but very limited stance adjustment

    Posted by Keith on 18th May 2021

    I'm 42 and I started wakeboarding when I was 16 and kiting in my early 20s. I have seen the equipment progress over the years. Having wake boarded at cable parks for years I absolutely have to ride with bindings when kiting. Its a crutch, but I tried the straps and I don't have the control I am used to for wakestyle tricks. Overall I like the concept of these bindings and so far they seem well made. To ensure a secure fit with minimal heel lift, I ordered a size lower than I normally would, as recommended by others. The sizing worked out fine and I really like how quickly I can step into these bindings and go. I spent a lot of time fumbling with my Ronix lace up bindings and velcro is easier but heavier than the lace ups and still cumbersome to step in on the beach... and sand is an issue. The problem with the Vadatek Syntax Boot is that the angle adjustment to duck your stance is very limited. I don't know how limited in terms of degrees in comparison to a wakeboard boot, but its a problem for me. After two left knee ACL surgeries I like the idea of a step in binding but if the stance itself end up contributing to knee injury over time what is the point? I think the next generation of these boots needs to consider wider stance angles. For reference, I put these on my older cabrinha custom 143 which I normally ride with Ronix wakeboard boots. The only solution I can see here it to make a new mounting plate or find a board that has layers of inserts that allow for multiple angle options in addition to the binding. Does that board exist?

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