|Type:||Freeride, All Mountain, Freestyle|
|Entry Method:||Conventional Strap|
|Highback:||Asymmetrical, Single-Component Canted Living Hinge Zero-Lean Hi-Back with FLAD|
|Ankle Strap:||3D Profile, Superstrap|
|Baseplate:||Fiber Reinforced, Single-Component 30% Short-Glass / Nylon Composite EST|
|Baseplate Padding:||Canted, NEW Removable Auto CANT Sensory BED Cushioning System with B3 Gel Cushioning|
|Ratchet Type:||Combo, Dual-Component Smooth Glide Buckles|
|Recommended Use:||Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Burton Cartel EST Snowboard Bindings
Having bindings for your snowboard is very important. Burton Cartel EST Snowboard Bindings are designed to keep you safely fastened to your board with style. These bindings feature easily adjustable straps with padding that ensures a comfortable ride down the slopes. If you are looking for a very stylish yet comfortable pair of bindings that won't let you down when you're performing at your best, Burton Cartel EST Snowboard Bindings may be exactly what you need.
- BASEPLATE: Single-Component 30% Short-Glass / Nylon Composite EST
- HI-BACK: NEW Single-Component Canted Living Hinge Zero-Lean Hi-Back with FLAD
- STRAPS: Superstrap and Gettagrip Capstrap
- BUCKLES: Dual-Component Smooth Glide Buckles
- CUSHIONING: NEW Removable Auto CANT Sensory BED Cushioning System with B3 Gel Cushioning
- Rides Exclusively with Burton Boards Featuring The Channel
- Features Re-Ground Materials in Baseplate and Hi-Back to Reduce Waste
Burton EST bindings will only work with Burton ICS channel boards. Non EST Burton bindings will fit any current board on the market today.
Good stiffness(7 out of 10 on my scale) which works well for intermediate/advanced riders.
These are some of the best toe cap straps I've ever used. Very easy to initiate turns.
Sometimes the latches slip when trying to tighten(not overtighten, just tighten) and the highbacks are a bit difficult to adjust and won't fit all boots the same.
Adjusting the gas pedal function in these requires full removal of the binding which can get irritating unless you have the time and patience to do it over and over again.
The gauge that shows the adjustment settings is way better than any disc setup I've used.
Overall, I'd recommend these to any intermediate/advanced rider as an affordable alternative to the CO2 or C60 bindings.
They might be a bit too aggressive/stiff for beginners but if you demo them then you will probably get used to them rather quickly as I did
This Burton Cartel EST binding is a 2012 model and we cannot re-order them. The S is all we have left. We do have current Cartel bindings in an L here: http://www.the-house.com/search.html?keywords=Burton+Cartel Sorry about that.