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Gear Review

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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