Burton Men's Custom EST Snowboard Bindings 2013-2014Item Number: 23645606
Featuring lightweight construction and top-notch performance, the Burton® Men's Custom EST® Snowboard Bindings are the complete package. The removable ShredBED™ 2.0 Cushioning System is made of lightweight EVA that protects against impacts but won't weigh you down. Gain awesome control through the independent adjustment of your forward lean and hi-back rotation with the canted Living Hinge™ with DialFLAD™.
- EST® baseplate construction feature a lighter weight and interchangeable cushioning
- Rides exclusively with Burton® boards featuring The Channel
- Response: 4, based on a scale of 1 (softest, most forgiving) to 10 (stiffest, most responsive)
- Baseplate: Single-component, lightweight, bomb-proof polycarbonate EST® for a buttery, playful feel
- Hi-back: Single-component canted Living Hinge™ with DialFLAD™ gets ride of extra weight and allows independent adjustment of your forward lean and hi-back rotation
- Ankle straps: Lushstrap with 3D® curved, triple-axis spine & EVA padding
- Toe Straps: Primo Capstrap™ with a 3D® curved triple axis spine & grip fit
- Buckles: Smooth Glide™ are designed with lightweight aluminum & polycarbonate for durability and reliable ratcheting power
- Cushioning: Removable ShredBED™ 2.0 Cushioning System features lightweight EVA for cushioning against impacts
- Style: 10561100
Country Of Origin: China
Rated 2 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Ron Lightweight but very much a plastic/nylon feel I was looking for bindings to replace my 7 year old bindings, thought these might be a good fit. Unfortunately, my bindings arrived quickly but damaged. The back heel-piece was snapped at the bottom. Looked like Burton knew about this at the factory as they marked it with a piece of blue tape (Of course I noticed this after I had already taken my old bindings off!). The more I handled these bindings the more I grew concerned about their quality. I'm not someone who does jumps, but I do ride in the woods - either scenario I question if these would hold up. For the money would recommend looking at other options. February 1, 2014
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