Like riding bareback, only cushier.
- Canted asymmetrical highback’s ergonomic design mirrors the contours of your left and right legs for a more natural, comfortable connection with your board
- Living Hinge highback technology eliminates hardware and weight as well as allows you to adjust forward lean and highback rotation independently
- GettaGrip toe strap’s ultra-minimized design and True Wrap window locks in your toe for super performance; wear as a cap strap or toe strap
- White Crack colorway features a winged highback that boosts lateral support for increased leverage and control in the park, and an Asym Superstrap that can be reversed depending on whether you need more support or more mobility
- White Chrome, Black Gold, and 3-D Glasses colorways feature a mirrored finish on the highback (just like the one on your premium shades) and a 3D curved Superstrap
- Please note that EST bindings are compatible only with Burton Channel boards
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"Dude" These Are Really Comfortable
I'm a guy, and picked up the 09/10 models for $80 from an undisclosed location to use on my park board...Ideally I would have bought pair of guys binding but they fit by boots and I couldn't pass up the deal.
That said, these are really comfortable. From a board feel/response perspective these were indistinguishable from my [men's] cartel ESTs....I wouldn't be able to tell the response of the two bindings apart if my life depended on it.
From a comfort perspective however they are worlds apart. Since I bought them my cartels have cut off my circulation after half a day and pinched the toe box on my boots. These solved both problems and for the first time ever I couldn't "feel" my bindings...I was just hooked to by board securely with no discomfort
i love EST
i just started snowboarding last year (November 2009) and it was great to have EST. I guess they might spoil me but it was really convenient being able to change the angles quickly and then the stance width too. it's like ok when you're in a warm place at the bottom of the mountain but when you're at the top and ready for a long run, all the little things can drive you crazy.
sometimes a cowgirl needs to adjust her spread really quickly, the horse might be bigger, wider who knows, but as someone who truly sucks at using screwdrivers to screw, especially in windy locations, it's nice to have something easy to use. there are fewer ways to lose screws too. thanks for helping the developmentally disabled!
adjusting screw toe strap
self adjusting no tools required
so easy to adjust
These bindings couldn't get any simpler. Super easy to adjust and requires no tools (other than to attach to the board). The strap screws are an easy twist to make tighter or looser and rachet in when you have all the settings dialed. I really like the height adjustment that just twists to get taller or smaller. I have a small foot and these bindings in size small are absolutely perfect for size 5-6 boots. Best part about these bindings unlike other competitors that I have used in the past is that they strap down great but don't tend to jam or freeze up when you need to get out.
long story short, I can't get over how much technology has changed and bettered over the years. These bindings are just a reflection of how burton continues to refine their products and design accordingly to the needs of all riders.
I know that EST bindings are only compatible...
I know that EST bindings are only compatible with ICS boards, do you know whether my 2007 Feelgood is part of this category?
I can't remember if the 2007 feelgood has the channel or not. Look at your board, if it has a channel instead of bolt hole then it is compatibale with these. If not, then check out these bindings for 3 or 4 hole boards http://www.dogfunk.com/burton-lexa-snowboard-binding-womens