Burton Cartel Re:Flex Snowboard Binding - 2012
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March 11, 2013
Been riding Cartels for nearly 2 seasons now, and they work great!
Great comfort, great response, and great dampning. Never had a problem with them either. 1 Negative tho is the baseplate. They could have made a better baseplate so that you could really get your feet 100% center on the board. 4/5 from me.
For a sie 8 ion what would you guys suggest a small or medium?
February 2, 2013
February 17, 2013
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January 14, 2013
Love the cushion and support these bindings offer. I had the old cartels for about 5 years using them all season almost every weekend. Decided to upgrade to last years cartels. I love them. and i sold my old ones to a friend and he still uses them all the time and they havent had any trouble. they def last a long time.
I have Solmon F20's size 10 (small footprint) and a Rossignol One Magtek - is medium or large better?
September 12, 2012
I would reccomend the mediums. If that is not what you are looking for dogfunk has a great return/exchange policy
By: Tim Bohlken
September 13, 2012
September 12, 2012
I got these off of a buddy for pretty cheap, and I'm happy to tell you that they're worth a lot more than I would usually pay for Burton gear.
First off, even though they use an all-plastic construction and there is a fair bit of flex, everything is still pretty solid feeling. I haven't had anything break in spite of daily use. Also, both the toe and heel straps are super-comfortable and adjustable, so there's no surprises there if you don't have the smallest boots in the world.
Potential downsides: the inside of the heel strap is prone to wearing out quickly because of the fluffy, comfortable stuff it's made from. I don't know what I'd recommend doing about that, but it's a fairly minor flaw. Also, the ladders end up stripping on me in a pretty-damn-quick sort of fashion, so keep a Burton dealer close -- in my experience, I think they are obligated to swap out your trashed ones for new ones as you need them.
Across the board, bindings have gotten shittier as time has progressed. These aren't exactly old school, but they are comfy and sure do the trick.
January 10, 2013
First of all, dogfunk's service and chat support is amazing. Awesome delivery and they've given me a full refund.
I opened the box to check out the bindings on Christmas and was thrilled... they were light, I loved the style, and they seemed like they would be supportive. We headed to the mountain 3 days later to get on the slopes, and 3 runs in I tightened the forward lean one crank (easy). I took another run down the hill and felt a pop, then an intense pressure on the back of my left ankle. When I checked out the bindings at the bottom of the hill, I saw that the entire support rod had snapped out of the binding. I took it to the pro shop and they agreed that there was no way to repair them. I ended up purchasing another set of Burton bindings from the shop so I could get back on the mountain, and have sent these back.
I'm an easy rider (6', 200lbs, goofy) and I stuck to a few blues and a black before it gave out. Wasn't going through trees, off of jumps, or riding any rails.
Pros: Style, light weight
Cons: weak, probably not the strongest design
November 26, 2012
Most people say these are non-flexy stiff bindings. They have plenty of flex for all mountain booters and big kickers and rails. If you have a very playful board then these are very good for jumps and rails. I would not reccomend these for street sessions but deffinatley more of a freetyle influenced binding.
November 7, 2012
I was able to take the 12/13 model out at the end of the season last year and I loved them. Fairly light (in comparison to previous models), comfy, and responsive. I had a pair of Cartels 5 years ago and the tall highbacks did not work for me. I love that the new Cartel highbacks are shorter. I love my Union Frankenbindings (Atlas baseplate and Contact Pro highback) but this year I went with the Cartels. I wear a men's 8.5 boot and I got a size M.
- Zero-Lean Kickback Hammock with microFLAD
- Ankle Strap:
- Toe Strap:
- Gettagrip Capstrap
- Baseplate Padding:
- FullBED (EVA)
- Ratchet Type:
- Smooth Glide
- medium (6 of 10 on Burton's scale)
- 4 hole, 3 hole, Burton Channel
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 1 year