Taking you from the bunny slope to black diamonds
The Burton Citizen Re:Flex Women's Binding is built to take you through your first runs in style, and still be there for you when you hit your hundredth day on snow. The Re:Flex construction bends with your board for unrestricted flex and feel. When you combine it with well-padded straps and the padded footbed, you have a setup that keeps you comfortable all day. The lifetime warranty on the baseplate only reinforces the fact that the Citizen is up to whatever you're going to put it through.
- Soft flexing Hi-Back
- Lightweight and bombproof Re:Flex polycarbonate baseplate
- Re:Flex FullBED cushioning system
- Lushstrap and Adaptastrap heel and toe straps
- Smooth Glide buckles
- Tool-free forward lean adjust
- Compatible with 3- and 4-hole snowboards
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adjusting your straps
Rotating your Hi-backs
Durable,Get Job done,But there is better
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I bought these for my wife. She like the Color options and the price was right at the time. After getting them they are durable and get the job done, but they felt a little cheap and the adjustment options felt like they were lacking. I have cartels and my friend has the Women?s Lexa and both of them feel steps above these in quality. Still these worked just fine and for someone just starting they will work if you don?t want to spend a lot to start.
Burton Has Better Binding Options!
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I could not be more disappointed with these bindings. After a strap fell of off my Rossignol Telsa bindings while on the chair lift I went to backcountry.com for my next pair. These had good ratings and who doesn't love a Burton product? The colors also went perfect with my jacket-it's safe to say I thought I found the perfect upgrade. Boy was I wrong!
These bindings do not run true to size. I ordered a medium (size 6-8) thinking they would be fine since I have a size 7 foot. Well when I put them on my board my toes hung a good inch off the front of my board. I even tried to move the bindings back on my board-still no luck. They just didn't fit right. Even the heel width was too small. It felt like my foot was being cramped into something very uncomfortable.
Another thing that really bothered me was how the part of the binding that supports the calf was so far tilted forward at an angle. It felt like the bindings were literally jabbing into my calf muscle. I couldn't imagine spending a full day on the slopes dealing with that feeling.
Last but not least, the binding straps are extremely flimsy and floppy. Just trying them on in my garage I could already tell how annoyed I would be when trying to get my foot in the binding after just getting off the chair lift and constantly stepping on it and having to move it. The only thing I really liked about the straps is that they easily and smoothly slid in and could be easily cranked.
All in all I would not recommend these bindings. I really had high hopes for them and was excited to get them in before my last skiing trip! They just came in yesterday and I am already returning them! Such a bummer.
Are these compatible with the Never Summer...
Are these compatible with the Never Summer Onyx?
So if I have a men's 2011 Burton...
So if I have a men's 2011 Burton Clash, can I still use women's bindings? Also do my bindings have to be re:flex?
As long as you have compatibility between bindings and snowboard your all set. In regards to the Burton Class, you'd need the "3D" or Re:flex binding bolt pattern in order to use a binding on the Clash.
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these bindings are compatible with...
these bindings are compatible with Burton ICS system? Thanks a lot.
Nope, 3-hole and 4-hole compatibility only.
Actually, they should come with a third set of discs that make them channel compatible.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Between myself, my sister, and my friends we've put these bindings through the wringer. My sister especially will ride all day with them and never have complaints about being sore from them. We've had problems in the past with binding straps ripping but these are still going strong after a few years of use.