The Burton Mission Binding makes any mountain its playground.
Whether you're pulling back flips in the backcountry or mute 7s in the park, Burton's Mission Snowboard Binding pummels the entire mountain with freestyle prowess. Burton kept the Mission Binding's weight down by using an ultralight highback and a reinforced-nylon baseplate. Ample EVA padding eliminates chatter when you're charging, absorbs impact from big drops, and keeps your feet happy from dawn until dusk. The Burton Primo Capstrap toe strap eliminates pressure points at your toes and push your heels back into the binding for unreal control. Loosen the ankle straps with the polished, smooth operating buckles for park runs or quickly crank them down when dropping into sketchy chutes. *Available for US Shipment Only.**DISCONTINUED**
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what boot sizes do medium's cover?
what boot sizes do medium's cover?
Burton claims it will fit sizes 8-11, I think this is a stretch. I'd say 8 through a ten in a non-bulky boot. With a size Ten, you'll be maxing everything out but it will still work and be narrower in the tray. I have 32 TM-2's in a large Burton binding and prefer it over a medium just because of the boot volume.
awesome- these are the best. i bought these over Cartels and am glad i did. Missions are so light and comfortable you don't even notice them -great in the park or on the trail. the only problem is the capstrap- if you carve a lot you will notice that they will drag into the snow. other than that they are the best
Mission bindings were quite a step up from the Freestyle that I had previously. Toe cap was a welcome - no pinching. Size runs true as far as I can tell. Size L for 10.5 feet (mens) and Size S for son's 6.0 feet.
The Burton Mission bindings are pretty rad! They go with my Clash board pretty damn good! I just went shredding at Bridger Bowl in Montana and was pretty pleased!
do not buy
i give a two because they are light... if you do the park like i do not buy ive had them for a year didn't use them until this season theyre falling apart the toe strap doesn't fit onto your toe almost snapped my board because of the strin i have to keep the screws in just good for powder i have to say
Buy these bindings now!
I've been riding for 18 years. I've seen a lot of changes in equipment over the years, and these are the most comfortable bindings I've owned. I would recommend them to anyone. I'm giving these a 4 instead of a 5 because there are lighter, more adjustable bindings out there, but you'd have to spend twice as much money to get them, and IMHO you don't need that fancy gear. I shred punks with $400 bindings daily.
These bindings are splendid! Just bought them from here last week, rode them all weekend, first time I strapped in it didn't even feel like they were on my feet! I had to double-check! its nice to not have numb feet at the end of the day from the toe cap, no pressure points is nice. I spoke to a fellow rider, he said the missions are actually better than the cartels (he rode cartels). I believe it.
good for free rides and some rails.. pretty somewhat stiff, but good for general riding.
Burton Mission Bindings
These are pretty sweet freestyle bindings, not to stiff, not to loose, juussst rite, the colours were pretty pimp to, i love the white and gold, if your lookin for a good terrain binding that are crazy adjustable, buy these.
not the best, not the worst
Nice to ride around in. Park performance, not soft or stiff, balanced. The screws strip out real easy so be very careful. Not worth buying unless you get them on sale; to much buck, not enough bang.