The Burton Freestyle Binding gives you the performance you want at a price you can swallow.
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Bang for your buck.
I got these bindings, because my cheap pair of Lamar's broke on a trip.
These surprisingly have a lot of adjustments for an "entry level" binding.
You can adjust the toe ramp if you have larger feet,you can rotate the highbacks, and have 6 different forward lean adjustments.
The in's and outs of the binding are also super smooth, I was impressed with the ratchets. I've had them for almost a year now and they come in and out real easy.
the only thing I don't like is that the high back is too tall,it's just my personal preference.I don't like how when the highbacks are down, that they can drag in the snow.
Entry level performance at entry level price.
Cheap binding in both price and quality. Great for beginers for a cheap entry level package but not the best for all mountain freestyle or big boy riding. They are not that great of a binding. Anyone who tells you they are the best, has clearly not been on a mid-level or upper-level binding and thus dosent know any better.
For the money when on sale are good. I was riding one of burtons old old school bindings, that i feel are still better. If you want a great deal, go to sierrasnowboards site, and get these bindings. You will get a much better deal. They are on there for about 56.00$
Over all great binding
solid binding, and looks awesome with my custom
PS burton is a over respected brand and you should not just buy bindings because they are made by burton
Beware the entry-level price
For what the Freestyle bindings are designed for, I'm sure they're great: beginner park riding (where flex and feel are paramount). Unfortunately, because they're the cheapest of the Burton bindings, most beginner riders assume they are Burton's "entry level" binding and best to learn on. Bad idea. . . the highback on these is mostly for show, and soft enough that you can flex it in half by hand (practically Pool Noodle soft). My local shop told me they put kids in them who are too big for juniors bindings but too light to get any flex out of stiffer adult bindings. If you're only interested in learning park riding definitely try them out, but if you're looking to learn how to carve, go up the price range a point or two (Burton Customs are a great step up and shouldn't be more than $10-20 more expensive if you look around).
i have the 2007s and they are very cheaply made. i got them in the last last week of march used them once. I went back the next year and after 3 three runs the sidearm snapped in half but burton quickly replaced them with these ones and they are no better.
Burton Freestyle Bindings
Very nice all around bindings for the entry level price.
Hi, most Burton bindings come with 3 holes...
Hi, most Burton bindings come with 3 holes which makes it proprietary. How many holes are in this Burton Freestyle Snowboard Binding Item #BUR2507? If I get this binding, does it restrict me to a Burton board only or not? Thanks!
they should come with 2 sets of plates, 3 holed and 4 holed, and that will make them compatible will any 4 holed configuration
are you 100% sure they come with 2 sets of plates ?
solid and comfortable
I like this bindings because I don't notice them. The toe-over setup and amazing amount of adjustability make you feel like you're welded to your board without the tourniquet effect to your foot. Highly recommended.
worth your money
these bindings are great they have a lot more control over your board. but , all Burtons do. so i would highly suggest Burton bindings.
definitely great bindings.
i use the in all the mountain and they work awesome.
i even hit them so much with boxes and rails at the park and they are hard to break, that's what i most appreciate about them.
More than worth the $$$
Absolutely 5 star binding. I don't think that you could find a better binding at this price range. It's a solidly built, highly adjustable binding. (Adjustable high back forward lean, high back rotation, ankle strap, toe strap and gas pedal) It's a softer flexing binding (as can be expeted at this price range) but still responsive enough for kicking around the slopes. The straps are also very easy to release and engage.
Finally the Yellow and black looks sick.
What a deal!
These are great bindings for the price. As always, Burton never fails to impress, even at entry level. These bindings are sweet looking and nice and light weight. I have already had several comments on how cool they look. I got the white w/urban camo trim.
They have a nice toe strap, adequate padding on the instep strap and are easily adjustable to fit different size boots. They'll even leave you with enough coin to buy a second pair for spice and variety. I think I'll get the black ones next. Buy them, you won't be disappointed.
this bindings are the best
i bought this one in yellow and got a great response if you are starting in the sport
it is a superflex binding and let your feet whit the board like as one
what size boot will the medium bindings...
what size boot will the medium bindings fit?what size do the large bindings fit?
burton mens mediums are 8 to 10 then large is 10+
I bought these for my 14 year old son. We were both very pleased with them. My son thought they looked great and gave him good support on the mountain. They were more than I expected for the price and exceeding our expectations.
Sweet beginner bindings or riders on a budget.
I had these on my first board and it was easy to ride and really soft with good flex. I have moved on to cartels after these. I would recommend these for beginners to almost intermediate. the only thing i didnt like about these bindings is that the padding seems inadequate on the ankle strap. they flex a little too much and i seriously hate the burtons cheap unidisk, its adjustability is lacking. you get what you pay, dont get me wrong these are solid bindings if youre just starting out, or looking to save some $$$.
these are very good bindings, i got them for my little brother who's teaching me to snowboard, and he absolutely loves them, he broke his leg last year, so he really wanted to make sure that his new bindings would support him, and they do! he's hitting jumps again just like he never got hurt at all!