One binding that is proud to be called a lightweight.
- Single-component Living Hinge highback is canted to mimic natural leg position for less fatigue; rotation can be easily adjusted independent of forward lean
- Zero Forward Lean design offers a playful, relaxed feel, and DialFLAD tool-free lean adjuster lets you crank up the forward lean when you need more powerful heelside turns.
- Super responsive short-glass and nylon composite baseplate is still playful enough for freestyle riding
- Recycled materials in the highback and baseplate reduce waste
- Removable Autocant Fullbed cushioning uses dual-density EVA to automatically settle your boot into a natural position regardless of stance, resulting in less fatigue and more control
- React Strap ankle straps and Gettagrip Capstraps lock your feet down without creating painful pressure points
- Dual-Component Smooth Glide buckles click in and out effortlessly
- Re:Flex baseplate discs are compatible with every board from every manufacturer
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WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE...
WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE OF BINDING BURTON CARTEL RE: FLEX LIMITED TO BURTON CARTEL RE: FLEX? IF HE IS GOOD FOR A TEENAGER 16 YEARS HAVING A PLANK OF FLYING V BURTON
The major difference between the Cartel Re:Flex and Cartel Re:Flex Limited is color.
This is an awesome option for a go everywhere do everything binding. Great choice for your 16 year old.
There is a reason more pros ride the Cartel than any other binding.