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Freedback Hammock (No-Back Conversion)

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black
Color: black
$39.95
Color: black
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Overview

Since the invention of the hi-back, snowboarders have traded control for restriction. Burton's Freedback solves that eternal sacrifice with an elevated heel hoop that locks in edge-to-edge response without the restrictive feel of a hi-back. The result is a technical no-back that combines solid stomping power and skate-style freedom for park and pow riders alike.

Features
Details
  • Hammock Gumbo Replacement Hi-Back
  • Compatible with All Men’s and Women’s Burton Bindings
Reviews
4.5
Overall Rating
Reviewed by 2 customers

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Burton Freedback Hammock (No-Back Conversion)
by Burton Freedback Hammock (No-Back Conversion)
Posted on 11/10/2018
Burton Freedback Hammock (No-Back Conversion)
these low backs are for true hardcore boarders with a skate / surf, backgrounds people who already can ride with out any assistance & like that freedom feeling perfect for twicking out airs , best thing since slice bread saves me from having to cut down high backs anymore, I just wish that burton had a permanent binding range with these lo-back already on ready to rip, call em the lay back larry`s or something like that. So if you see this Jake burton pull ya finger out of your arse & get on with it brother fill the need, the need for lo-backs
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Best alternative to a high back
by Tom (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 3/6/2016
Burton Freedback Hammock (No-Back Conversion) - black
Freedbacks are an inexpensive, lightweight alternative to the high back on your snowboard bindings. They provide a much "looser" feeling when riding. Must be used on Burton bindings only, otherwise modifications may be necessary.
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Asked by Foster on 1/12/2017
are they durable?? I do a lot of park riding...
Answered by Danny M (Tactics Employee) on 1/17/2017
These things should have no problem holding up in the park!
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