Start with the best.
Start something with the Burton Freestyle Snowboard Binding. The Freestyle's tuned-down feel is combined with top-notch details, like Smooth Glide buckles and EVA padding, for comfort and quality. Beginners, lightweight riders, and total tricksters, get a compliant binding that doesn't lack in function. Pre-curved straps conform to boots for slop-free fit and increased support. A softer flexing highback is equipped with tool-free Forward Lean for on the spot adjustments and can be rotated for a more dialed stance. Initiate more than turns with Burton's exceptional entry-level binding.
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I purchased these bindings at the beginning of the season, after the first 5 times I loved these bindings and everything was perfect on them. Unfortunately, the bolts started getting loose and Id have to tighten them a lot, it was ridiculous. Then recently when I went riding, the bottom strap of the binding popped off and I lost it on the ski lift. I dont recommend these bindings for people who have been snowboarding for awhile and are good.
Pain free Ankles
These burton bindings feel great. Great ankle support and able to ride all day and not feeling sore the next.
I have gone snowboarding about 10 times with these bindings and they have been amazing. They have excellent absorption when you land. I can definitely tell the difference between these bindings and the ones I use to have.
You get what you pay for. The bindings are very basic, no adjustable gas pedal, no on-the-fly forward lean adjustment, just flat out basic bindings with Ok response. They arent light. Perfect for beginners but for all others including riders like me, they simply wont do. My suggestion is throwing down the extra 40-50 bucks for Missions or Customs, or even another 100 for the Cartel.
It comes in sizes, which was not mentioned (or I did not see) in the product description.
The best bindings available
These bindings are great! The color I got was the white and gold. The look good on my K2 Resources board. They also are very forgiving on landings. I have ankle problems and these bindings keep my ankle straight so I dont sprain my ankle like with other bindings. Also the straps have the smooth glide buckles on them, and I would say this is the best thing on them! No more waiting at the top to adjust your foot in the binding. '
Burton Freestyle Bindings
I own Burton Freestyle bindings, and I think they are very good. The silver paint on the backing is chipped off after ten times to the hill. Nothing is ripped, torn, or cracked, I am liking them so far.
very very nice
These bindings fit great, they are very comfy while riding, and are pretty responsive. The best part is how easily it is to undo the straps at the lift line. The buckles make it supper easy to tighten and undo the straps.