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Burton Freestyle Snowboard Bindings 2018

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Recommended Use
Park / Freestyle
Added mobility and range of motion for more expressive riding
Versatile and responsive, ideal for riding all types of terrain
Budget-friendly design, everything you need, nothing you don't
4-Hole + Channel + 3D
Fits standard 4-hole, Burton Channel and 3D mounting systems
For park and freestyle you want a binding that is cushioned for tough landings and flexible so you can lock in your tricks and save energy. The Re:Flex Cushioning System sits under the entire binding, reducing leg fatigue. A Polycarbonate baseplate serves to be lightweight, flexible, and durable. It's one material throughout to give you a consistent feel and to distribute energy evenly. This combined with single-component highback construction gives a uniform soft flex from your toes through your ankles so you can preload your tricks with ease and make adjustments on the fly without surprises. When you need quick transition from your toe to heel edge, use the MicroFLAD™ forward lean adjustment and see how responsive these can be. And as part of Burton's continued progression, Smooth Glide Buckle Technology means clicking in is easier than ever because of the materials and ratchet design so spend less time fiddling and more time riding when you get these bindings. With the Freestyle bindings, Burton proves you don't need to spend an enormous amount of money to get what you need in a park oriented binding.
Key Features
  • Re:Flex™ Baseplate
  • Flex Slider Ankle Strap Hinge
  • Lifetime Warranty (Limited, See Details)
  • MicroFLAD™ Forward Lean Adjuster
  • Reactstrap™ Ankle Strap
  • Adaptastrap Toe Strap
  • Smooth Glide™ Buckles
  • Single Component Base Construction
  • Polycarbonate Base: Lightweight & Bomb-Proof
  • FullBED Cushioning System
  • Why No Metal?
Key Features

Re:Flex™ Baseplate - With a minimized, cored baseplate and Living Hinge disc, RE:Flex dramatically improves board flex and feel, reduces weight, and opens the doors for all sorts of cushioning options.

Re:Flex increases board flex and feel by a whopping 71% for more natural taste and texture than that of traditional disc bindings, all in a package that's compatible with any platter, including 4-Hole insert patterns, Burton 3D hole patterns and the latest generation of The Channel.

The minimized, cored baseplate reduces weight by 20%, while a Living Hinge disc delivers heaps of flex and allows for all sorts of cushioned toppings.

Flex Slider Ankle Strap Hinge - The Flex Slider makes strapping-in a breeze, thanks to a stretched hinging zone that allows the ankle strap to flex and fall fully open and out of the way of your boot. Easy in, easy out.

The Flex Slider is also stronger and worthy of Burton's Lifetime Warranty.

Lifetime Warranty (Limited, See Details) - Covered under manufacturer lifetime guarantee against breakage of the baseplate or heelcup along with defects in materials or workmanship. This lifetime warranty DOES NOT cover broken bindings due to abuse or neglect, damage caused by any modification done outside the manufacturer's facility, or lost parts due to lack of hardware maintenance.

Burton's Flex Slider hinged strap IS covered under their Lifetime Warranty.

Highbacks, other straps, ratchets and other binding components are not included under lifetime warranty.


MicroFLAD™ Forward Lean Adjuster - The higher the forward lean angle on your Hi-Backs, the quicker your heel-edge turns. Crank 'em forward for icy hits in the pipe, or back 'em off for jibbing.

MicroFLAD™ features mind-blowing, tool-free, micro-adjustability for even easier adjusting than the FLAD.


Reactstrap™ Ankle Strap - Minimized Superstrap Construction, 3D Curved Triple Axis Spine, Ultra-Responsive Enduro Padding and improved wrap for constant contact with boot.

Adaptastrap Toe Strap - Conformable from Capstrap™ to Toe Strap for easy-switch action and comfort.

Smooth Glide™ Buckles - Polished, chrome-plated aluminum and lightweight polycarbonate levers give you season after season of buttery smooth and reliable ratcheting power. Designed and built by Burton, not some shady supplier.


Single Component Base Construction - One material throughout creates consistent response and feel for all-terrain domination.

Polycarbonate Base: Lightweight & Bomb-Proof - Strong, light, buttery and playful for laid-back and relaxed cruising.

FullBED Cushioning System - FullBED baseplate cushioning offers a full coverage, cushioned platform that maximizes comfort while minimizing fatigue. Anchored to the baseplate at the heel, its stealth trap door design lifts at the heel on Disc bindings and on the toe on Re:Flex bindings, making it easy to access the mounting hardware.

Why No Metal? - Why No Metal? Burton refuses to ride metal because it's too rigid, too heavy, and too likely to bend and distort. Instead, Burton crafts their bindings out of a variety of materials, each engineered to satisfy specific riding styles.

Men's Boot Sizes (US):8 - 1110+
Overall Rating
Reviewed by 4 customers

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Burton freestyle bindings
by Andre Dasilva in Framingham, MA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 2/5/2017
Burton Freestyle Snowboard Bindings - green
It is best that you can get for that price, I liked it.
0 person has found this review helpful
Burton Freestyle
by Jamie
Posted on 11/30/2016
Burton Freestyle Snowboard Bindings
I purchased the 2016 version to go on a Burton Clash. So far the flex seems to be spot on for that board, which is really what you want in a binding. Straps ratchet and release smoothly. Great bang for the buck!
2 people have found this review helpful
Bang for buck
by DweT in Boston, MA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 1/12/2014
Burton Freestyle Snowboard Bindings (Closeout) - spruce
Greener in person
0 person has found this review helpful
orange for sure!
by vinniy in denver, co (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 10/10/2012
Burton Freestyle Snowboard Bindings (2012 Closeout) - orange
cant wait to actually get them on the mountain
0 person has found this review helpful

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