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It's the benchmark for a reason.

Ride the entire mountain, from freshly frosted trees to buttery-smooth jump lines, with the dialed-in fit and smooth underfoot feel of the Burton Cartel Re:Flex Snowboard Binding. This medium-stiff binding offers a responsive flex that's ideal for shredding anything on the mountain. So go ahead, mount these bad boys to your all-terrain quiver killer and reap the benefits of a decade plus of constant refinement. Compatible with any board on the market, the Cartel Re:Flex mounts to 4-hole, 3D, and Burton Channel systems.

Loaed with a Single-Component Re:Flex baseplate, the Cartel Re:Flex maintains a smooth, consistent flex for all-terrain prowess. Its Re:Flex system allows you to flex the binding without underfoot dead zones created by traditional mounting discs. This design features a minimized baseplate and hinged disc, allowing you to maximize the flex of your board, also reducing materials used for a lighter overall binding. Additionally, the baseplate has an AutoCant FullBed that's cushioned with Under-Baseplate EVA padding and B3 gel for reduced foot fatigue from high-speed vibrations, choppy snow, and harsh landings.

The binding's highback consists of a Single-Component, Canted Living Hinge, Zero-Lean Hi-Back. This basically means that the highback comes stock with zero forward lean, which is a good thing if you're a jib monkey or park rat who lives for pressing through the rails or buttering around the mountain. There's tool-less adjustable forward lean in the form of DialFlad, allowing you to crank up forward lean on-the-fly before you drop into the pipe or carve down groomers.

Burton outfitted the Cartel Re:Flex with a super-comfy Reactstrap that's 3D contoured to eliminate any pressure points. Its Gettagrip Capstrap has a rubberized inside that relentlessly grips over the toe of your boot, pulling it back into the heelcup for maximum response and a seamless fit.

  • Single-Component Re:Flex baseplate (45% short-glass/nylon composite)
  • AutoCant FullBed Cushioning with Under-Baseplate EVA and B3 gel
  • Single-Component, Canted Living Hinge, Zero-Lean Hi-Back
  • DialFlad adjustable forward lean (tool-less)
  • Reactstrap with Flex Slider
  • Gettagrip Capstrap
  • Dual-Component Smooth Glide Buckles
  • Mounts to 4-hole, 3D, and Burton Channel systems

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I have size 10.5 US Thirty-Two boots and some people tell me I should go with a medium and some say a large sized binding so I'm curious which I should actually go with.

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medium. i have 10.5 burton imperials, and nike kaiju. if you go large you will lose out on some response and comfort. i ran a large cartel and when i went medium, the difference was night and day. large was like wearing shoes that were to big.

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Pretty Sweet Bindings

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Great Versatile Bindings. I have the black ones and the finish of these is pretty sick. I like how the rings don’t limit you to just Burton (channel) boards. Looking forward to using them this season if we ever get any snow