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It's all about style. Freestyle.

Burton Freestyle Bindings have been making other companies and other riders feel stupid for over 20 years. Wall-to-wall EVA padding, full adjustability, and Adaptastrap technology shame high-end offerings from other companies, and the soft, forgiving flex will have you shaming other riders when you hit the park.

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3 5

beginner binding

its a simple binding that does its job by keeping you on the board. has some cushioning and its pretty flexible. great for a beginner. i went the cheap route by getting this when i probably shouldve gotten union forces or contacts but these will do for now.

beginner binding

are these bindings good for someone who...

are these bindings good for someone who mostly just rides but does some freestyle?

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These are a great for entry level riders. They are really soft and flexible. If you ride rails and the street.

i am a size 13 snowbaord boot will i fit...

i am a size 13 snowbaord boot will i fit in a large binding?

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Yes you will. You should look into boots that have shrinkage technology. Most burton boots are built on a size smaller outsole thus making your imprint a size smaller. But these will work just fine.

5 5

great bindings for beginners

im a beginner and didnt want to spend too much money since i would need better ones in the future. i have size 10 boots which the strap seemed short. i totally forgot that the straps are adjustable and now its perfect. great bang for bucks, if you want something little better Missions are great too my friends has them and seems better.

So if I were to buy these, and I were a...

So if I were to buy these, and I were a size 9, do they give you an option as to what size you can get when your buying it?

Is this used to keep a snowboard boot in...

Is this used to keep a snowboard boot in place? or can it be used to deep just a plain snow boot in place?

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If you are planning to snowboard, you better make sure you are wearing snowboard boots. Just normal boots are not built to last the wear and tear that snowboarding puts on boots.

5 5

dope bindings, great price

These bindings are affordable and soft. I am a beginner snowboarder and they have treated me well... no problems so far.

5 5

freaking sick

these are pretty sick bindings, they look nice and also has a toe strap. The only problem is is that its a bit small. I wear a size 9 shoe and the medium is a bit too small. I'll always be trying to fit them on the top of a slope for a couple extra seconds instead of just strapping them and carving the crap out of the slope

what size snowboard does it require

what size snowboard does it require

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What ever size you have. Get the binding to fit you feet not the board. Binding sizes run mens boots 8-10 and Large are 10+. I hope that helps.

will these bindings fit with a raygun wide...

will these bindings fit with a raygun wide board

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These binding will fit any board out there. The universal disk will be in the box

If used as toe straps do they slide up or...

If used as toe straps do they slide up or stay in place well?

4 5

Great Budget Bindings

I got these bindings for my secondary snowboard. I didn't feel like spending the money for a higher end of bindings that I have on my Neversummer board and I also didn't want to be swapping them in and out as I rode between park and black diamonds. If you are looking for a strong, budget minded binding, go for these! Unlike the more expense bindings, they do not come with tool-free adjustments. The hardware is smooth to operate. Easy in and out with bulky gloves or mittens.

Hi. I purchased these at the end of last...

Hi. I purchased these at the end of last season but have yet to purchase any boots. Any recommendation with what goes well with these? I'm still considered beginner type snowboarder since I've only done it 2 or 3 times in the past. I live in Minnesota so it can get very cold here so comfort is a plus for me. Thank you

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Check out the Burton Moto boot. This boot is really comfortable right out of the box. You will not be disappointed with the fit and feel of the boot.

how do i know what size to buy?

how do i know what size to buy?

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Large. Large bindings are for boots sizes 10.5 and higher.

My husband has a super old Burton board...

My husband has a super old Burton board (directional board with three hole baseplate pattern? Will these work or will I have to find a different baseplate to use?

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Well Burton hasnt really changed much on the base plates, so he should be good with these. Im pretty much guaranteeing that these will fit seeing as he has a Burton board. and the base plate is the Burton multi pattern design, so it should be good. Hope this helps :)

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These will work just fine. Burton bindings come with a universal disk that will fit any hole pattern on any board. Don't worry about it at all.

will these fit my burton twin 151? i dont...

will these fit my burton twin 151? i dont wanna buy bindings that dont fit and i have to buy online due to i dont live near a shop...

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Yes they will work just fine, a perfect match. Don't even worry about it.

5 5

sleek n simple

Great price point binding. I've got a 10.5 boot and went with the Large size in these bindings. They're a great basic binding and durable enough to hop all over the mountain like a kangaroo on crack. Bonk this, jib that... This binding will keep your monkey foot in place.

5 5

Burton Freestyle Bindings

I used these bindings for about 3 seasons when I was beginning/progressing. They were used with:

-Vans Hi-Standard Boot and DC Graphix Boot
-Rossignol Garden 148, Technine women's board 144 and a Lib Tech TRS 151

The Freestyle Bindings worked with all the boots I've had, and they mounted to every board I used with them. No problems between Burton and other brands on these bindings.

The straps worked great, never got stuck and pretty comfortable. The Adaptstrap toe cap is an awesome addition. Mine didn't have those the year I bought them, but I later added some of the capstraps.

The flex on these bindings is pretty soft. Perfect for beginning and progressing, as well as in the park. I used these for my beginning all mountain days and when I was first learning park. I love the flex in the park (and when I was learning) but when I started riding bigger/more advanced all mountain I found them a little too soft.

Overall, I'd recommend these for any beginner, progressing rider or park rider on a budget. They're a great binding that works with almost any setup.

Burton Freestyle Bindings