The product of endless refinement.
As one of the longest running bindings on the market, the Burton Custom Re:Flex Snowboard Binding represents well over a decade of constant refinement and innovation. This classic binding has a medium-soft flex and dialed-in fit for riding the entire mountain. The plush Lushstrap brings an ultra-comfy fit without hotspots or pressure points, and its
Primo Capstrap sits snug over your toe, pulling your boot back into the
heelcup for added response. Compatible with any board on the market, the Custom Re:Flex mounts to 4-hole, 3D, and Burton Channel systems.
Designed with a Single-Component Re:Flex polycarbonate baseplate, the Custom Re:Flex has a smooth, consistent flex underfoot when you're carving from edge-to-edge. Its Re:Flex system removes underfoot dead zones created by traditional mounting discs for a better overall board feel. This design has a minimized baseplate and hinged disc that maximizes the flex of your board, also reducing materials for a lighter overall binding. Additionally, the Re:Flex FullBed Cushioning System absorbs shock and vibration from high-speed chatter and rough landings in the park.
Armed with a Single-Component, Canted Living Hinge, Zero-Lean Hi-Back, the Custom Re:Flex comes stock with no forward lean, giving freestyle riders a progressive park stance that's great for grinding rails and jibbing. Of course, the binding's DialFlad is easily adjusted on-the-fly, allowing you to dial-in forward lean for extra response. Plus, the Hi-Back is canted, following the natural stance of your legs for added comfort and response on the mountain.
- Single-Component Re:Flex baseplate (polycarbonate)
- Re:Flex FullBed Cushioning System
- Single-Component, Canted Living Hinge, Zero-Lean Hi-Back
- DialFlad adjustable forward lean (tool-less)
- Lushstrap, Primo Capstrap
- Smooth Glide Buckles
- Mounts to 4-hole, 3D, and Burton Channel systems
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have tired a few different bindings like ride and union. The Burton bindings always seem to be a little bit better. the strap system is a lot better then Union and about the same as Ride. They are all good bindings but i like the flex and comfort of the Burton reflex bindings.