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Go faster, higher, and further than ever before.

The CO2 Snowboard Binding features Burton's new flagship Re:Flex hinged-disc technology to improve board feel and reduce weight. The lower-profile baseplate puts you closer to the topsheet and allows your snowboard to flex more naturally. Did we mention it's also compatible with every mounting system in the industry?
  • Dual-component baseplate utilizes carbon-reinforced nylon and nylon/fiberglass blends for a super-responsive flex that's still freestyle-friendly
  • Tool-free adjustable Canted Living Hinge Real Mesh highbacks cut out all excess weight and deliver powerful heelside response
  • Re:Flex hinged disc allows for more natural board flex and cuts weight by 20%
  • FullBed cushioning with G3 Gel heelpad absorbs impact while maximizing board feel
  • React ankle strap delivers instantaneous response and huge weight savings

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5 5

Quality Performance/Build

Just slapped a pair of these on my LibTech Dark Series, and I'm absolutely loving them. Sturdy, comfortable, and they definitely scream explosiveness. Also super quick to pop in and out of- like butter. Or bananas. Anyway, these are super light too. The Re:flex tech is also a really nice feature on this year's set as well- Burton advertises it as EST-level performance on non-Burton boards, which is definitely pretty sick.

After buying these, I can't imagine buying a different pair- perfect in so many ways. Maybe if you really like the best you could go with the C60's, but this year's set are EST (and therefore Burton) only. And seriously, if you haven't already, definitely check out a LibTech board.

5 5

Burton C02 - 4 hole

WOW! Amazing...I would't have guessed that i would feel such a differance between these, my drakes and my rides - stiff edge to edge nice flex realy changes the way the board feels and rides...you can really feel the edge and have increased control.

5 5

Burton C02 - 4 hole

WOW! Amazing...I would't have guessed that i would feel such a differance between these, my drakes and my rides - stiff edge to edge nice flex realy changes the way the board feels and rides...you can really feel the edge and have increased control.

5 5

love em

I just got to ride these on my new Never Summer Heritage, and they performed extremely well. They're light, comfortable, and very stiff and responsive, especially when paired them with Driver Xs. I love the adjustability, but just be careful with the highback rotation screws, as they're a pain to loosen/tighten while the bindings are mounted.

love em
5 5

Happy with my CO2's

Got these CO2's for my new Arbor A-Frame 162. Light, comfortable, and love the capstrap on the toes, although I had trouble once tightening, I think it just needed to be adjusted (user error). Easy to mount. Probably more tech than I can appreciate, but very happy with them.

Happy with my CO2's
1 5

Just bought these

Just bought the 2011's... They came with a broken ankle strap.. Can't seem to find a replacement kit online either. Only one for toe strap.. Will post what happens when i return them and such. They look awesome.. Hopefully they don't break after using them twice.

5 5

Simple the Best

Rock the mountain in these tough as steel and light as a feather bindings. Great boot, to binding, to board control. The reflex system also provides you with a sense of quicker reaction time. You can't go wrong!

What size C02 should I get for a size 10.5...

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What size C02 should I get for a size 10.5 Driver X or Ion? The sizing chart says mediums go up to 11, with larges starting at 10. I'm thinking with the shrinkage footprint, I should go with mediums. My older P1s with a 10.5 Ruler feel a little sloppy, so that further sways me to a medium. Anyone riding these that can answer from experience and not just speculation?

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Nope, go with the large. Unless you decide to get the EST binding. Burton disk bindings fit boots that are 8 - 10. But the Ion has shrinkage technology which means it is built on a size smaller outsole. If you get he Ion then get the Medium binding for sure.

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Just to follow up on my own question: I went with Driver Xs and medium CO2s, and then fit is great. The gas pedals/toe ramps are at their limits, but I've found them to be comfortable and effective.