Burton Cartel EST Snowboard Binding - 2008
2008 Model No Longer Available
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January 14, 2011
i'm not really a fan of EST technology. although it has unlimited setting which is a plus but the bindings do slide off the setting i have it on the board. so i have to readjust everytime i go back to the slopes. maybe cuz im an aggressive rider.
May 25, 2009
These are supper comfort, but very responsible bindings. They are very good for just riding or cruising park. They work especially great with the shredbed on the burton V-rockers 09/10 or any other burton boards, the shred bed makes you feel like on the board absolutely great . They are one of the best bindings i ever strapped with. Get them for sure!!!!!
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Do i need a channel in my borad or can i use a 08 board with the older system
By: Jonathan Wimbush
December 14, 2010
Yes, you do need a channel board for EST bindings.
By: Wooden Robots
December 17, 2010
Yes, you need an ICS board for EST bindings.
By: Josh Chapman
December 16, 2010
Yule & Bellow
June 3, 2009
I have to say that im not too thrilled about burtons EST system, because it prevents me from putting say some ride CAD's on my custom x, but one thing i really do like this that extra cushy padding underfoot from the BED's and no baseplate is great for Burton's rocker boards, i have the Hero and since you have to "Land on the bolts"...or your two feet and not the back of the board, you need all the effective padding you can get, and these definitly deliver.
Will uptade when i have put more time on them.
this is all the hardware you will ever need for an ICS board, and it comes with the board, not the bindings.
A. bolts are slid into the channel
B. these plugs are used to keep the bolts from falling out of the channel if by some mis-hap
C. (optional) retro disks for using non-est BURTON bindings
D. 4 screws bolt everything down tight
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what size + type binding isused for a men's 7.5 boot on a 151cm board?
June 1, 2009
small definitly, and this is a pretty stiff binding so put it on ur all mountain board, but me and tons of other people put em on their park sticks and they rule just about everything on the mountain :-)
By: Yule & Bellow
June 1, 2009
November 25, 2008
These bindings are super durable and have an amazing response time. From the park to charging big lines all over the mountain these bindings kill it. The EST stance system is amazing. You can customize your stance almost indefinitely. I highly recommend these.
May 21, 2009
I snagged the late 08 editions last year. This things are so cush and have great response too, it's like they read my mind. The only gripe I have about these is that after awhile the ratchet on the toe caps gets weaker over time and sometimes slides off which is a pain. Especially when you're taking these through the park. Other than that, these things rock!
I have baught a new burton board with the new channel system and i'm now looking for bindings. Is there any hardware that i need to already have to put these bindings on the board or does the hardware come with the bindings? What is the hardware thats required?
April 6, 2009
The only hardware is 4 screws, 4 bolts, and two plates called "retro plates" made for fitting standard burton bindings, you only need the 4 screws ad bolts for EST bindings...all hardware should have come with the ICS board. if it didnt, first you should contact the store you got it from and tell em you need the hardware, and if they dont have any then contact burton and they will send you all hardware for free
By: Yule & Bellow
April 6, 2009
January 7, 2009
i just spent 3 days at bear mountain with these bindings and http://www.dogfunk.com/dogfunk/BUR2528/Burton-Hail-Snowboard
April 17, 2009
can't say enough how much i love these bindings. first off, they are incredibly comfortable. secondly, they have so many stance options you can basically stand anywhere and anyway you want on your board.
absolutely worth every penny! get 'em on sale if you can!