The Burton Freestyle Binding gives you the performance you want at a price you can swallow.
Strap in to the Burton Freestyle Snowboard Binding and make endless laps in the terrain park. With these Burton bindings, beginners, lightweight riders, and total tricksters get all the bells and whistles of more expensive bindings without the bank-breaking price. These lightweight bindings feature OTT highback padding and plenty of EVA cushioning on the base plate for total freestyle luxury. Pre-curved straps form to your boots for a slop-free fit and optimal support. Tool-free Forward Lean and Smooth Glide buckles mean that you'll be dialed and ready to go while your bros are piddling around. *Available for US Shipment Only.
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Still going strong
After 3 times of using the bindings the piece in the middle to hold the binding to the board broke after I took a minor spill. Don't buy these
these bindings are pretty good there awesome for big jumps at the park because there nice and soft for cushioning.
What a steal!
These Freestyles are great, they don't come with capstraps so I recommend you get them. They came at a great price and they are going to stay on my board for a long time, get them - you won't be disappointed.
my previous bored got jacked and i got these as replacements on my new board and it almost made me happy my old bored got stolen. good call. get em
The freestyles are great. I bought them for my brother and he loves them.
Shaun White Boots
I love my new Shaun White snow boarding boots! They are awesome.
The bindings are decent. They aren't top of the line like something you might need for backcountry but they do the job for pretty anything you want to do. The only problem i had was that burton runs small and i didn't realize that until after i got them and my boots were almost too big despite the sizes matched up becuz i have air walk boots. Other than that i cant really complain
Great for beginners!
I'd say that these are not the best bindings ever, but they are great for the average beginner. These bindings are comfortable as well as durable. I couldn't have asked for more for that price!
not to bad
These bindings r really nice b/c they don't burn a hole in ur wallet. But tha teeth on tha straps un hook wen ur hitting tha hard stuff.
Save your cash
It was to good to be true. Nice Burton bindings for this price. Save your pennies. The freestyle bindings have some good options if your just starting out but they have some major flaws. When your hitting heavy hills (35*+) you want a binding that will keep you in hard. The top strap teeth have major slippage problems and just don't have the torque you needed to get you there. To much flex and movement in the heel support during those times you need your edge to really grab hard. And the forward lean just doesn't cut it. If you looking for something to last you from bunny hills to sick backcountry chutes spend a little more. But if you one of those riders who wants to spend the rest of your life on happy little blues then these are for you.
Burton Freestyle bindings
This is a good beginner to intermediate binding that wont burn a hole in ur pocket!!!
Great for starters. These bindings are really comfortable, and the buckles are super easy to use. The new ott padding on them makes them even more comfortable. If you are looking for a great binding at a great price, get the Freestyle by Burton.