The Burton C60 is the BMW of freeride bindings.
Simple, yet highly technical, the C60 Binding features Burton's lightest, strongest, and most responsive materials for all-mountain domination. Burton streamlined each detail to cut down on weight and fine-tuned everything to beef up responsiveness. The C60 applies unreal control for the freeride master who is always on his game. The carbon fiber baseplate instantly initiates turns, eliminates slop, and has ample G3 gel cushioning for stomping huge tricks. The Living Hinge highback has an ergonomic shape for total comfort and a pared-down design for lightweight maneuverability. The highback's Over The Top padding lets you lay into heelside turns at full speed without the calf-bite. Heel hold is on lockdown with the incredible Ultrastrap and all-new Super Capstrap. This toe strap has Burton's Grip Fit, which has an internal spine that evenly distributes pressure and ramps up leverage and response. *Available for US Shipment Only.
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Just took it out this last weekend to a mountain in the Northeast. My set up, Never summer Titan board, with the C60 and the Driver X boot. Very very responsive bindings. Turns are very easily initiated and I felt that the binding was very stiff. It was definnitely great for carving the mountain and free riding, as I would not take this into the park. The Carbon high back and construction is very light. You can adjust anything you want this this binding. I would highly rec this binding if you have it set up with a free riding / powder board. I would not use this thing on a small park board as it is way too stiff for that. Right now you can find great pricing on these as I got mine for less than 200 bucks.
BBB set-up's more like what Kier would go fo. 153 Vap's good for nothing but Half pipe. No park (too fragile), too short for backcountry, and can't handle rock hard packed slab of snow! Would like to see how this buddy boy uses C60 with this overpriced VAP? Reminder, VAP topsheets dent like crazy with Burton binders. Go for binders like ROME who's got some protection under their BASE_PLATE! VAP's the ultimate "prone to BREAK" board out in the market and it is the most Expensive BURTON board. HoneyCOM my ass, BURTON can't even fill it right. Looking for problem's? Your on the right track!
Burton C60 Bindings
I purchased the Burton C60 Bindings with the Burton Vapor 153.
Theres no better combination on the market if you ask me. The bindings are so light, and I mean light and so easy to strap-in. You can ask for better. The price is worth every penny, if you buy the best you never have to worry if you bought the right product and if you buy the cheaper product and it breaks you end up spending more, so sve your self a headache and do it right the first time and enjoy your trip.
Go for the "BEST" Burton C60 Bindings & the Burton "VAPOR" Snowboard.
Definitely worth the price!
I did a lot of research on these bindings prior to purchase, and I have to say, they live up to the hype! The toe cup is considerably better than other models in the Burton line as it wraps around the toe completely allowing part of the leather toe cup to wrap under your toes. The others that have nothing under your toes can pop up while riding which hurts your control. They're incredibly light and give insane control. I would highly recommend them to anyone willing to spend $$$$ on a pair of bindings...