Black is the new neon.
The Burton Restricted Cartel Snowboard Bindings deliver all the legendary performance of the regular Cartels, in a limited-edition colorway that's pure evil. Crank up some death metal, strap in, and throw down - the tried-and-true flex ensures maximum control as you scream down the mountain, harvesting the souls of the foolish mortals who dare to get in your way.
- Tool-free adjustable Canted Living Hinge highbacks mirror your natural stance for better heelside power transfer
- FullBed baseplate padding and B3 Gel heel cushioning absorb impacts from flat landings or choppy snow
- Gettagrip Capstrap features sticky rubber to lock down your boot with less pressure
- Cushy Superstrap locks down your heels without cutting off circulation
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Im trying to decide between these and the...
Im trying to decide between these and the forum shaka bindings. I want something for slaying in the park and on the entire mountain.
Both are great bindings, the Shaka disk will fit on any four hole board, the shaka has a better ankle strap and it has gel for cushioning in the heels and under the balls of your feet as well. The cartel is going to be a bit stiffer of a binding, so if that is what you really want in a binding then get the Cartel, if you want a softer flex then run the Shaka
i got a chance to ride my friends cartel's. they are really nice. the only complaint i have about them is that they couldn't get really tight. i like them though
Limed Special Dark color way for all of you. The Cartel is one of the most ridden binding in the industry. Riders who are not even sponsored by Burton ride Cartels. The new "gettagrip" toe cap is legit, it has a new feature on the bottom of the strap to stop it from slipping down. The New asym strap is really comfortable and make a difference for sure.