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The Burton Freestyles give you next level for the price of entry level.

The Burton Freestyle Snowboard Bindings—entry level? My ass. So don’t let the low price tag fool you. Over the last 20 years, Burton has perfected the Freestyle Bindings with lots of padding and a soft, forgiving flex that make for effortless stomping.

  • Soft flex for forgiving landings
  • Wall-to-wall EVA padding to take shock out of big drops
  • Fully adjustable highback, straps, and base plate for custom fit
  • Gas Pedal on toe increases toe-side response and reduces toe-drag
  • Adaptastrap functions as Capstrap or toe strap
  • Pre-curved ankle / toe straps for slop-free fit
  • Smooth Glide buckles so you can strap in fast

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Its hard to tell from the picture and the...

Its hard to tell from the picture and the description says Adapt strap, but I want to know whether or this binding comes with the toe cap ? I love toe cap and cannot stand the over the foot toe strap. Is this adapt strap a cross between the two ??

hey i wear size 11 boot, if i get the large...

hey i wear size 11 boot, if i get the large bindings should i get a wide board or a normal? im still deciding. cuz i dont want my boot/binding to hang off the edge too much

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You should get a wide board. Something that is around 25.8 cm wide at least. Make sure you get a large binding as well. Mediums won't fit your feet. Wide board for sure.

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Great Price!

This bindings are great for the beginner and awesome in the park! I absolutely love them on my Solomon Sanchez. Great flex around the ankle and good padding on the straps. Board safe!

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hey if i wear a size 11 boot, and i get large bindings, should i get a wide board or a normal? im still decidingggg!

i wear size tens but am still growing so...

i wear size tens but am still growing so should i get the large or stick with the meduims

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Go for the Larges... Large still fits size 10 no problem!

Medium is 8-10
Large is 10+

is it 72$ for both bindings or do you buy...

is it 72$ for both bindings or do you buy them individually for 72$

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bindings are sold in pairs. you'll get a set of bindings for $72. best of luck this season!

is it 72$ for both bindings or do you buy...

is it 72$ for both bindings or do you buy them individually for 72$

does this come with the 4 x 4 base plate?...

does this come with the 4 x 4 base plate? or can i use the three

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It has an universal disk that will work on 3-hole and 4-hole board configurations.

I have size 9 high standard vans, knowing...

I have size 9 high standard vans, knowing they are a bit wider, should i look for mediums, or get larges?

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Mediums will fit perfectly. Mediums run until 10 so you won't have to worry.

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size???

im new to buying snowboards and im looking to get a board sized 153 what size binding should i get?

I have a size 8 foot and im still growing...

I have a size 8 foot and im still growing should i hit up the mediums or smalls?

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Burton Medium bindings are for sizes 8 to 10 in mens. Get the Mediums. You'll have them for at least two seasons. Good Purchase for sure.

hey i was just wondering if these bindings...

hey i was just wondering if these bindings were a 4 plate system

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They do come with a multi hole disk that will work on any 4-hole pattern board.

Are these bindings good for my Burton...

Are these bindings good for my Burton Chopper youth 130 cm.?

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These will redoubtably fit your Chopper. So, if you are size 6-8 in men's you will fit in the small men's binding. If you are smaller than that, definitely follow Lyman's lead and get into the youth version!

i got size 14 boots could a large do it?

i got size 14 boots could a large do it?

I wear boot size 7. I'm really interested...

I wear boot size 7. I'm really interested in purchasing these bindings. Small is the way to go right? there is no any other size smaller.

hey guys i just got my board ysterday from...

hey guys i just got my board ysterday from my mom but i needs waxed and buffed plus i need bindings for it i dont know anything anout boarding wat should i get?

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well what brand of board is it? and if its a burton channel board you'd have to get est's or retro discs. its usally a good bet to match board and binder brands, but you don't have to, for example i ride a burton ELFV with technine binders.

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Its always best to get bindings of the same company that your deck is, altho I do not. But with Burton they are kinda made so that the board has a better feel if your set-up is all the same company. But just like connor said, if you have a channel board then you need the ICS or EST bindings. Whitch means that the board you have has a cut out of it running parallel with the board where your bindings will attach. If you have that kind of board then you need to get a pair of ICS or EST bindings by Burton, and these are not them. But I would honestly tell you to get a pair of Union Bindings. You will not find a better company out as of now, in my opinion and A LOT of people will agree with me. Check em out if you're not rockin a channel board

will these bindings work with my forum...

will these bindings work with my forum destroyer?

Does anyone know what size I would need...

Does anyone know what size I would need for size 8.5 boots? I'm a beginner and hoave no one else to aks

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A small or medium binding can usually accompany a size 8.5. I would go with medium, to allow for growth.

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Are these for yourself? If they are you should look at the Burton Citizen, its the women's equivalent to the Freestyle, costs exactly the same, and has all the same features plus it's likely to be a better fit for your boots assuming you're wearing women's ones.

edit: in a women's Burton binding you would be a large

ive got a salomon drift and k2 boots in a...

ive got a salomon drift and k2 boots in a size 10....are these gonna work and will a medium be the correct size....?

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Well the sizing chart shows that you will be good with a Medium. But some boots are fatter and have a wider/bigger sole. So it might be better to go with a Large, depending on how fat/skinny your K2's are. But the Mediums should be just fine

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Run the medium. It is better to have a binding that is tight than too big. New boots are slimming down for every company. If you were to get the large, then next year bet a new pair off boots that are slimmed down a size(which is normal) then your bindings would be way too big. Run the medium.

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