Burton Cartel Snowboard Binding - 2006
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May 4, 2007
Great binding, awesome handling and response. This is my second Cartel already. I had last years model and my highback broke on the last day of the season, but Burton was so nice to send me this year's model at no extra charge.
Everything that is just for the looks on the Cartel comes off fairly easily, such as the little copper parts on the side. That's the only reason why it just isn't enough for 5 stars.
January 22, 2007
Super light! Easy to use! No Frills!
The "Team Skyback" is great! I've used MISSIONs, P1s, and the CARTEL is my fav! I mostly ride park, unless there's pow. The Cartels are more responsive than the mission, and give better board feel than the P1's IMO. Also, there so many pro's w/o binding sponsors rockin' Cartel's; like Wigg & Finch, so they must be solid.
April 27, 2007
Thanks to Dog Funk for putting up with my returning my original order after I managed to use the wrong sizing chart! They did it fast and it was a no hassle deal. Anyway, these are light, flexible and tough and everybody who's jumped on them loves em. Do be aware that the adjustment screw on the upper strap creates a pressure point that you can really feel on your ankle if you keep strapped in all day. It would be good if they increased the density of the foam around it or put in a small plate to spread the pressure. Also, I had to dab some super glue on the toe cap stitching because it started to back out after a couple of days. Looks like it wasn't tied off very well at the end of the stitch. All easy fixes and in the end I'd buy them again. Super light and tons of set up positions.
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February 7, 2007
After reading the rave reviews about this binding I had to comment. I purchased the Cartels about 1 1/2 years ago. So far I have had two broken high backs, the hardware that secures the high back came off somewhere on the slopes. I think the material and design they used is very poor. I will not be purchasing Burton bindings again.
November 17, 2006
What is there to say about the Cartel that hasn't been said before? This binding does it all at only a fraction of the cost of other higher-end bindings. Burton steps things up every year with all their products and just when you think things are perfect, they push further. This year's Cartels come with tool-free adjustments, and super cushy bases along with everything else the previous Cartels came with. I love the colors this year as well. They are soo responsive and comfy. I look forward to riding these bindings for years to come. The only drawbacks I noticed was the backs tend to wiggle side to side a bit. Other than that... these bindings are perfect.
December 6, 2006
I've got these bindings riding on my Baron ES and I must say they're unbelievably comfortable and responsive. These things have been around a while and there's a reason they're still around: THEY'RE WORTH EVERY PENNY. One thing I recommend is keeping the high-back adjustment screw stocked with Loc-Tite because it seems to like coming loose after you unclip after a day's riding. Other than that, these bindings will take you through everything you want them too. Great all-mountain binding.
C - Snowboard, Skate, Surf Buyer
December 11, 2006
These park/freestyle specific bindings are surprisingly comfortable, lightweight, and responsive. The Team Sky Back also helps with responsiveness in the park and throwing down tricks off natural features. Throw it down with some buds and get the Cartel and show them who is the Jefe is.
- [Highback] reinforced nylon w/ OTT padding; [Baseplate] short-glass fiber / nylon
- [Ankle] Superstrap, [Toe] Convertible Capstrap
- Reinforced nylon w/ Gapless padding
- Boot Specific:
- Recommended Use:
- Intermediate to advanced freestyle snowboarding
- [Baseplate] Lifetime; [Straps/highback] 1 Year
- Country of Origin: