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The Burton C60 is as stiff as the fine for your third DUI.

Don't step up to the plate if you're gonna flinch when the Burton C60 EST Binding fires that fastball just a little high and inside. The C60 means business.
  • Removable MegaBED air cushioning system pouts you on a composite platform that's riding on a surface of cushioning air towers to soften impact and increase feel
  • Dual component hi-backs allow for precise stiffness manipulation
  • DialFLAD gives you twice the forward lean adjustments of traditional FLAD
  • EST Channel reduces weight while giving you infinite stance adjustment

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4 5

C60 Bindings

These bindings are perfect if you have a stiff board, such as the Burton T7, and love to go blow down the mountain in high speeds. I rode the c60 bindings which are pretty stiff with by Burton 76 (year before the T7 came out) and I could cruise down groomers that were iced over with little noticeable chatter on the board. When it came to playin around on the board though, the board and bindings are NOT very forgiving. I would not suggest them for the average rider, but for those who love to hit the slopes hard and fast you wont find a more durable biding than the c60.

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Except for the clue on the toe of the base plate. The glue they use is absolutely worthless.

what kind of warranty do the c60's have?

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what kind of warranty do the c60's have?

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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.

2 5

Good Binding, Crappy Glue

As far as I am concerned these bindings were a good upgrade from the CO2's I had ridden on for 4 years. Very responsive, which is what I like in a binding. That being said, Burton needs to change the glue they used to keep the air bed attached to the plastic on the foot bed of this binding. After two days up the toe piece has come unglued, which creates a place for snow to get between the footbed and air bed parts of the binding. The snow packs in during the course of an afternoon of ridding and makes your toes start to point up uncomfortably. For the price, 400+ dollars, I would have expected Burton to use a more robust, waterproof glue. I have since glued them back down and I hope this fixes the problem (I hate to send back a working product that I can fix in 2 min) but if it does not, they are going back to Backcountry. Thanks for your great return policy Backcountry, and no thanks to Burtons quality control and crappy warranty policy.

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I agree this is my second with my setup and the glue is falling apart terrible.

Is the toe problem on the binding a major...

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Is the toe problem on the binding a major flaw of these or just something that happens to very few of these bindings?

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What toe problem are you speaking of? These bindings are amazing. I've never heard of anyone have the problems of the review listed below. The foot bed has never failed me and I have at least 30 days on these.

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Yes i was referring to the review, i was just wondering if it happens often.

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Yep Lyman, maybe you got the ones that had good glue on the toe, but alas, mine got the crappy glue.

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I never had a problem with glue and have not heard of this problem before. If you got a bad pair of bindings take them back to the shop or read up on the the Burton W48 warranty and get them repaired or replaced.
http://www.burton.com/on/demandware.store/Sites-Burton_US-Site/default/CustomerService-Show?cid=binding-guidelines

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ill check that out i wonder if the warranty will still work this late for me.

1 5

Junkers.

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!

2 5

Not As Good As Past Models

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.

2 5

Not As Good As Past Models

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.
I hope these flaws will be corrected in the 2012 model.

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As far as I am concerned these bindings were a good upgrade from the CO2's I had ridden on for 4 years. Very responsive, which is what I like in a binding. That being said, Burton needs to change the glue they used to keep the air bed attached to the plastic on the foot bed of this binding. After two days up the toe piece has come unglued, which creates a place for snow to get between the footbed and air bed parts of the binding. The snow packs in during the course of an afternoon of ridding and makes your toes start to point up uncomfortably. For the price, 400+ dollars, I would have expected Burton to use a more robust, waterproof glue. I have since glued them back down and I hope this fixes the problem (I hate to send back a working product that I can fix in 2 min) but if it does not, they are going back to Backcountry. Thanks for your great return policy Backcountry, and no thanks to Burtons quality control and crappy warranty policy.

2 5

C60=Garbage

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 noob fiddlin' with your bindings. all in all for you $ these are horrible bindings. Go with CO2 EST.

C60=Garbage
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looks to me like your toe ramp was overhanging your edge and got ripped off in the pipe. also IMO your binding looks to big for your board. not burtons fault.

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you're wack marty this is happening to a lot of people

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this is what mine did as well...and i don't ride pipe...

5 5

Way stiffer than Cartels

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.