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More padding for overshot landings and chattery snow.

Burton hooked up the Women's Escapade Snowboard Binding with B3 Gel heel cushioning to reduce chatter on the hardpack and soften your landing on the terrain park's biggest hits. This all-mountain, medium-flex binding locks your foot in place with the Ultra Capstrap toe strap, so you can squeeze every speck of performance out of your new board. Burton added the Canted Living Hinge highback to the Escapade Snowboard Bindings to provide nearly limitless adjustment without tools. Dial in your fit and rip every corner of the mountain. - Fall 2008.

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5 5

dont waste your money on any other bindings...save up for this one!

these bindings are by far the best in the women's binding-responsive, comfortable, cushiony, fits good, and looks super bad ass ...
well, seriously, what else can you ask for in bindings?!
so dont waste your money on other bindings, just save up, and get the best bindings ever!

where can i find these white and gold...

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where can i find these white and gold bindings in a medium!?

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If not here than I'm not sure where. If you wait a week, the Lexa this year is white and gold. It has the same color scheme as these. Check back soon.

5 5

great !

My wife loves it: hard enough, easy enough to get in. She is a lot faster now, as she has more confidence.

4 5

they look dope

these bindings definitely hold your boots in and make you feel like you are 'one with the board'.

pros: looks good, straps are comfortable (very actually), absorbs a lot of chatter.

cons: the heel side of the base plate is made a lil tight/snug and i have to stomp my foot into the binding to get it in there. not so much a problem- that is, until i have to stomp my way out when unstrappin and tryin to hurry up and get to the next lift. this might have something to do with the fact that its not a burton boot... maybe, maybe not.

they look pretty sick.. cant really complain. just the boot thing.

3 5

eehhh

i have a feelgood board and bought these binding with the burton boots. I found that the toe strap gets loose easily, but i do feel a difference with the cushion and everything with the feelgood board.

1 5

boo

These bindings are crap. I should have known, I have the burton citizen bindings and they are cheap as well, I just figured it was because they were lower end Burton. The toe straps on these bindings come loose every time. By the time I get to the lift again it's practically undone. Also I have Vans boots which prove to be a tight fit in these bindings, I got M and my boots are size 8. I would go with a different brand in general. Also if you don't have a Burton board you don't get all the cushion that they speak of.

They look nice but if you're looking for a binding that can handle constant riding I'd go with something else. Actually just go with another brand all together.

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I think you have the wrong size. I wear a 7.5 boot (Salomon), and I wear a large in the Escapade. I have done about 40 days on these with none of the problems you've described.

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I agree with you. You must have the wrong size or something. These bindings are by far the best bindings I have ever owned. I have been riding the same pair for three years now and have had none of those problems. They may seem cheap because they are lightweight and flexible, but that is in no way a reflection of the quality. They are lightweight and give the feeling that you aren't wearing bindings at all. It's awesome! I am very impressed with these bindings and would recommend them to anyone.

4 5

Solid Binding

A prety good binding overall, I love how much can be adjusted on them to make them fit your boots just right...I have some chunky K2 boots and these fit em great.

Edit: After riding these all season I had one major issue with these bindings. The toe strap was constantly moving around on me no matter what i tried to keep it in place

what is the size of these bindings?

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what is the size of these bindings?

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Click on "view sizing chart" below the select options drop down menu. That will tell you the proper sizing for each one.

what is the size of these bindings?

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what is the size of these bindings?

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I bought these bindings in a medium, and i wear a size 7.5 boot which should fit.. but i have to stomp my heel end in, as the back part of the binding has a snug fit, other than that, over all they fit my boot perfectly and are SUPER comfortable aside from the heel stomp initiation to get in... M fits "6-8"

I wear a sz 6.5 but rock the Salomon F22...

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I wear a sz 6.5 but rock the Salomon F22 Boots. Will the small burton bindings fit my boot? I heard that salomon boots have a narrower/ slimmer profile than burton boots. Also, what year are these bindings? Thanks!

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Yeah, you could probably fit in the small... but, the profile of the F22 boots is not much smaller. So, a medium would work fine as well.

The bindings are 08-09 (last years)

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I wear Salomon Optimas, and they fit me really well. My boots are a 7.5, and I bought the large.

Size 6 burton womens boot, which size...

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Size 6 burton womens boot, which size Escapades? Currently riding 07 small Burton Stiletto's

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I would go medium... Here is the breakdown.

Binding Size_____________S_______M_______L
Women's US Boot Size____4-6_____6-8______8+

As you can see by the chart either size will work, but Medium will just be a bit more comfortable to get in and out of.

Do these bindings come with the universal...

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Do these bindings come with the universal base plate? Would they fit a K2 Luna board? I think i need medium, I'm a size 7 Burton boot.

Also, does the universal plate have the same padding and cushioning the standard plate has?

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Yes to both of your questions.

Escapade bindings

Escapade bindings

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these are so awesome for jibbing...flexible but yet stiff enough for all mountain riding. the best binding out there!

5 5

amazing bindings, for sure.

i've only just learned how to snowboard this past season, and after i fell in love with it, i realized it was time to stop renting cheap burton gear. i bought myself a board, some comfy boots, and the escapade bindings. lemme tell you. THESE ROCK. they are really really comfortable, but they offer a lot of support. even at the end of the day, i was ready to keep boarding. it's also ridiculously easy to carve with these bindings helping you out, so these keep you having fun -- no frustration or getting tired. i got the white and gold ones, and seriously, they look awesome. if you aren't sure if these are for you, just get em. you won't be sorry.

5 5

if it were legal, i'd marry these bindings

ok so not really, but ...

All I can say is WOW. When I heard these were responsive, I had no idea. Coming from a crappier setup, this is like riding a sick of butter in a hot pan.

I do all kinds of mountain riding, and these are perfect! I put em on the Troop and there is no chatter and my feet / shins / ankles don't ache after hitting it hard on the packed powder. These bindings made jumps much sicker.

The price was awesome too.

I totally recommend these!

5 5

Great Binding

I love the way the bindings really hug the heels of my boots… with my old bindings I had a problem with heel slippage when I took a deep carve.

5 5

Perfect for carving

I had some issues with the ankle straps when I took them out the first day (see the question I posted below). However, after some adjustment, the discomfort went away. By moving the ankle strap one notch up, the pressure points on the inner side of my feet went away. These Burtons fit very snugly with my Salomon boots. The toe strap on the back foot sometimes becomes loose during riding, but I think that's because of the fact that they fit really snug, and when I sit down to strap on the back foot, the foot doesn't get all the way into the binding even though I crank down the straps tight. This can be easily solved by standing up and let the gravity do its job, then tighten the straps again. My setup is stiff bindings, stiff boots, and stiff board. This translates to precise carving turns on groomed trails. These bindings are so responsive compared to my previous bindings that I no longer have to worry about catching an edge due to sluggish response.

5 5

If you're on the sizing cusp - go up

Just recieved the bindings. I wear a size 8.5 or 9 womans boot (depending on brand) and bought the L bindings - I was surprised to find that I needed to adjust the toe strap so it was fully extended. Recommend anyone on the cusp of the sizing chart to go up to the L.

Do these require a major breaking in time?...

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Do these require a major breaking in time? When the bindings came, the ankle straps were stuffed in the back of the bindings and were bent (not curved). Even the plastic thing that holds the ankle strap were bent. I took them out for a day of riding today, and the straps really squeezed both sides of my feet, so badly, that I could not ride the lift anymore after a few hours. Are what I got defective, or the straps require a few days of breaking in time?

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looks like you got a crap pair, id take it up with burtons warranty depo and they will send you a new pair

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yup sounds like you got a crappy defective pair.

I'm looking for bindings to match the Forum...

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I'm looking for bindings to match the Forum Star Snowboard... would these work? I'm a size 9 boot and looking at a 149cm board.... I've only been snowboarding this season.

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oh yeah bindigs are compatible across the board, with most boards and all boots...the only bindings you are going to have trouble with are burton EST bindings, they require special boards...so unless they are burton EST bindings then you can get whatever binders you want :-)...and if ur gunna get these then get larges

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