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The Burton CO2 Bindings turn up the heat in the terrain park, but won't contribute to global warming.

Burton enlisted the help of freestyle powerhouses Müller, Kalbermatten, and Jonsson to create the ridiculously lightweight CO2 Bindings. Whether hit up city rails or launch out of the pipe, these bindings give you the control to stomp everything. Burton's Air Mesh highback contours to the shape of your leg to optimize energy transfer and take board feel to its absolute limits. The lightweight and ultra-responsive baseplate has ample cushioning to take the sting out of rough landings, while the telescoping Superstrap and Super Capstrap always deliver a dialed fit. *Available for US Shipment Only.

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5 5

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These are awesome bindings. I thought I was going to break them the first day with the mesh high back but I didn't. Burton has done it yet again and produced a binding that is more comfortable then their other bindings and weighs less. If you ride the Cartels and really don’t like the Sky Back, shell the extra $$$ and get the CO2. You will be as surprised as much as I was with their abilities.

4 5

mda1125 was not wrong

It was definite a Burton issue with the bindings being shipped with loose toe strap buckles. My toe strap came off on me before my first run at the top of the mountain. After getting off the chairlift, I went to tighten my rear toe strap and the buckle and screw dropped off. I boarded down the mountain and easily put it back together. One tiny, loose screw was the culprit. It seems there were some quality control issues with the assembly of some of these bindings. Once I put that buckle back on and double checked the tightness of the front toe binding, it was an awesome day of boarding with these CO2s. They were very responsive and very comfortable as well. I hope that Burton has corrected this issue. If not for this issue, I would have rated them a 5+.

5 5

mda1125 your wrong

my friend has been riding these bindings for the entire season and i have the P1's with the same strap. he's probably been up 70-80 times and i've been up 24 times. neither of us have had even one problem with our straps. what happened is probably your own fault since when you bought them i'm going to assume that you adjusted them for your boots which means when you did you either didn't tighten them enough and they fell off or you overtightened them striped the bolt or the threads and made them useless. hope this helped people to not listen to this person.

5 5

wow

wow that had to be the most extreme bindings out there there supper cummfy.... they give u a lot of support for pulling those backside 7's
i love them

5 5

Loved em while I had em

I had these bindings for about 3 weeks and only got the chance to use them 3 times, then the other night i got my board with these bindings on it stolen from my local resort. These bindings are awesome and definately worth the price. Just pisses me off that someone would jack my stuff.

1 5

They Melt In Your Hand

After being on Switch bindings for 6 years and having no issues, I figured these high end Burton's would last me another 6+ years.
Boy was I wrong!
1st trip to Mammoth and only the 2nd run, I went to tighten up the left front toe strap and guess what?...
It was gone!
It literally fell off somewhere on the mountain. 2nd run, 1st time I ever used them.
Went to the repair shop and they had a buckle from last year and it fit and worked.
But that's not all!
My last run, I looked down and felt the right front toe strap wasn't tight.
As I grabbed it to crank it down it came off in my hand! This is on the other foot. Both toe straps fell apart on the hill after 1 day of using them. Brand new out of the box.
The REAL problem? The toe buckle is ONLY held on by a single screw. It's only about 3-4 threads deep. It's going to come off and get loose. Now I understand you want to check and tighten your bindings every day but every run? That's a bit excessive. Needless to say, I returned them promptly as the design of them is weak.
Stiff and responsive? Absolutely. But a poor design and easily can fall apart. A single screw holding a strap on a major area like the toe strap which you will tighten is a bad design.
I wouldn't recommend them just because they are designed with poor quality.

5 5

OH MY GOD!!!!!

These have to be the tightest bindings I've ever ridden. I've tried a list of bindings: Salomon SPX Pro, Burton Cartels, Ride Tomcats. These by far out ride all these bindings. The weight won't be a surprising difference, but everything else is excellent.

4 5

Mesh = "I think I'm gonna break them."

These are awesome bindings. I thought I was going to break them the first day with the mesh high back but I didn't. Burton has done it yet again and produced a binding that is more comfortable then their other bindings and weighs less. If you ride the Cartels and really don’t like the Sky Back, shell the extra $$$ and get the CO2. You will be as surprised as much as I was with their abilities.