Ride the lightening.
Strap into the seat of freeriding-madness and precision stance options when you connect the Burton CO2 EST Snowboard Binding to your ICS board. With a carbon-blended baseplate and canted Real Mesh highback, this binding gives you hair-trigger control in the trees, ridiculous response, titanium-like strength for your huge stomps, and reduced weight for that extra rotation on your monster airs.
- Living Hinge Highback eliminates excess hardware and weight and allows you to adjust your forward lean for ultimate control
- Cored Ultrastrap Air ankle strap minimizes bulk while providing excellent hold
- Ultra Capstrap toe strap rides over your foot or toe
- FullBED Cushioning System offers a full coverage platform to minimize fatigue and maximize comfort
- B3 Gel Heel Cushioning adds even more padding for huge stomps
- SuperBED cushioning features a thin platform over an EVA and B3 gel bed for snappy response and increased drive
- 50:50 carbon fiber and nylon composite baseplate gives you a strong, mobile, and responsive ride
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are these mostly all mountain, cuz i have...
are these mostly all mountain, cuz i have a 148 hero i think, and i want the orange bindings to match, but mostly want park with it.
I would recommend getting a different pair for the park. These bindings are crazy rigid and are made for all mountain. Take a look at the Triad, or Cartel or the P1.1 or the Molotov. All of these will be better suited for your style of riding.
2010 Orange Co2 EST
Got my new 2010 Orange Co2 EST bindings. Good response. It was about a $150 more than what I would like to spend for bindings. The only (biggest) disappointment was the color is not as pictured (same photo on Burton's website)and you need to tighten the bindings to your board daily. I wanted it loud orange, but it looks faded with a little beige color in it. Not so loud :(
The bindings are very responsive however I keep finding the front toe strap sliding off the toe and onto the top of my foot for some reason. I have adjusted them several times and even took them into a Burton store to make sure I was doing it correctly and the same thing keeps happening. If it wasn't for the channel system on my board I would have went with Flow's.
all mtn super binding
till this year, ive been riding the '06 co2's. upon purchasing a 2010 vapor, i wanted to utilize the ics channel - the obvious choice was the 2010 co2. be aware, this setup will set you back several clams, so make sure the credit card can take the beating.
the improvements over the older model (i.e.: ultrastrap, ics system, ultra capstrap) provide superior control and comfort. damn that ultrastrap ankle strap is super comfy! i felt the superbed was a little too firm on jumps, however. took a several runs to dial in my stance, since you can now adjust in increments of 1 degree! it seemed just a minute adjustment would drastically affect the handling. amazing tech.
Super Light, Super Responsive, Fresh to def. A little pricey though.
I've been running Burton C02 bindings for 3 years now on my All MTN. set-ups. Currently have them mounted on a Burton 159 Joystick Wide for all mtn and pow days. Super responsive, and comfy enough to rock all day. Adjustments on this thing are off the hook! Holy Fine Tuning. The ICS channel system lets you pinpoint your width and angles plus change them in a twist of two screws while your buddies are still loosening their 4th screw. Living hinge gives you even more tune options for forward lean and the B3 Heel Gel is so sick for those airs w/ not so pretty landings. Pair these with some Shaun White or Grail Boots from Burton and you've got a set up designed in Unison under one roof!!!!!!!
are these bindings only compatible w/...
are these bindings only compatible w/ Burton EST boards?
Yes, these bindings are ONLY compatible with Burton Channel system boards... HOWEVER, there is a non EST version here:
Same binding just not EST! These will work with any 3 hole Burton board, channel Burton board, or other board manufacturers 4 hole systems.