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January 14, 2011
Having ridden on several generations of C60's, I had very high expectations. Sadly, there are two glaring flaws. First, the channel mount is suppose to offer infinite positioning options. But, the dial in the center of the binding doesn't mount in the channel track snuggly so it doesn't measure accurately. This means that whenever you move/remove the bindings, it is very, very difficult to get them back into the same position. Second, what is with the toe pad and the screw adjustment? Unless I set the screw adjustment fully retracted, the top pad pops up and loose! The whole base plate doesn't really seem secure. I'm alittle worried about traveling with the binding attached in case something whacks the toe of the binding and it all pops out.
By the way, I agree with the other review about the right top strap being difficult to get undone. Almost wiped out coming into the lift line today.
I hope these flaws will be corrected in the 2012 model.
December 28, 2010
I bought these bindings at the beginning of the season, they ride nicely but don't hold up. The right side toe plate came unglued and fell off on the hill; and the top right strap doesn't always come off too easily...eventually it will come but you just look like a retard fiddlin' with your bindings. all in all for you $ these are horrible bindings. Go with CO2 EST.
If they broke because of manufacture error then they will be replace by burton. The baseplate has a lifetime warranty. If you broke them by hitting a tree or rail or rock, then it is your fault but you can still see if Burton will replace them. Contact rider service to see what your options are.
By: Wooden Robots
March 24, 2011
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January 22, 2011
Really upset with Burton right now. Thought I was doing the right thing coupling these with my T6, getting ready for my Keystone trip they fell apart in less then 10 hrs on the hill.....IN OHIO! What will happen out in Colorado? Both gas pedals came unglued/apart, staps "skip" teeth when trying to get snug (so much for stiff/responsiveness at high speed) the outside toestrap constantly needs pulled up on to lock back into its groove. My T6 is also falling apart, what is Burton doing these days, so much for being stoked on my new gear this season. Also dealing with Burton on warranty issues is a joke, they might as well have people at a call center in India taking calls.
PS Dogfunk is the best retailer in the industry! Love you guys!
November 10, 2010
I have the C60 from a few seasons baack; aka non-EST.
Coming from the Cartels I wasn't expecting much. These are by far the stiffest bindings I've ever owned - the upgrade from Cartels is palpable. Response is fantastic, this gave me the extra confidence to b-line longer and over more difficult terrain. At the same time the comfort is improved, I find I can ride longer with these since my foot isn't flexing with the baseplate.