The newly improved Burton C60 freeride bindings weigh less and offer more response than ever.
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These are the 1st bindings ive ever purchased, but ive rode zuma's and flows. These bindings are awsome, light-weight, and so far, seem pretty durable. Rode these c60's for about 10 days now. Not a single complaint.
Very Comfy, I like the wide bindings! They allowed me to feel more secure without causing any discomfort on the bridge of my foot....as many other bindings have.... I'm pissed that I waited to the last month of the season to purchase this great pair of bindings....Looking forward to next season... I highly recommend
Pros: Best bindings on the market. Expensive, light and stiff. Great for control, speed and steeps. Cons: 4x4 plate comes with no padding.
My wife says they are great!!! I am still in Iraq, but cant wait to try them when i get home!!!!
These bindings are terrible. Yes, they are light and the straps are plush and comfy. But, the highbacks are ridiculously fragile; I snapped mine in half on the second day of riding them. I have 50+ days of riding on my old P1 carbons over 2 years and have had no problems whatsoever. The only reason the bindings are so light is because they use less plastic on the highbacks . . . which inherently makes them less durable. Wish I hadn't shelled out the dough for these piece of craps
if you want the best and the lightest pick these. very responsive. hands down the best bindings i have every strapped into. i've been enjoying the mountain snow for 21 years. snowboarding for 11 of those 21. if you are like me and demand the best, this is for you.