Tired of playing the field with different bindings that are only good for one aspect of riding? Settle down with the Burton Scribe Re:Flex Women's Snowboard Binding and you'll have satisfying riding no matter where or how you like to do it.
The Gumbo highback has a soft flex that stays the same no matter what the temperature so you can tweak out grabs in the park and have a surfy feel in powder. It also features Canted Living Hinge technology so that the highback mimics natural leg position to improve response and reduce fatigue. The Re:Flex mounting system uses a cored out disc to minimize the dead zone on the board underneath your binding, and it's universally compatible so you can use it on any board. FullBed EVA cushioning on the baseplate absorbs impact and quiets chatter for a smooth ride.
- Soft flexing Gumbo Hi-Back
- 30% short glass/nylon composite baseplate
- SensoryBED cushioning system
- Superstrap plush padded heel strap
- Primo Capstrap toe strap
- Smooth Glide buckles
- Tool-free forward lean adjust
- Re:Flex universal mounting system
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Lightweight and worth it
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
After initially renting all of my equipment, I decided enough was enough and purchased the Burton Scribe Re:Flex bindings in White/Rainbow to "match" my DC Ply board (with the nesting dolls)– the combination got a lot of compliments on the mountain and is so much easier and smoother to ride with than the rentals. Just as flexible as their name suggests, the bindings are also quite secure and true to size, all true especially taking into account that I wear Burton boots. Definitely a great choice
Comfy and adjustable
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I bought these for my wife and she loves them. For me, I love the fact that I can adjust them easily; comfortable bindings make the day so much better! Initially she wasn't able to tighten her ankle strap enough and didn't want to 'bother' with making an adjustment. But after seeing how easy it was I'm thinking she'll be more inclined to tweak the settings in the future. Initial impressions after a 12 run, 14,000 foot morning at Mt. Hood Meadows.