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Burton CO2 Snowboard Bindings Black
The Burton CO2 snowboard bindings put you in control with comfort, performance and style. These bindings are the ultimate tool to allow you to shred. These freeride bindings are classy and stylish. The reduced weight combined with the carbon blended baseplate spells out durability and performance. The real mesh hi-back provides support for the perfect ride. The minimized straps lock you in to Burton's most comfortable and lightest restraints yet. The cushioning components fully absorb vibration and allow you stick those radical landings.
- BASEPLATE: Dual-Component 50:50 Carbon Fiber/Nylon Composite Spar with 30% Short-Glass Nylon Lower
- HI-BACK: Dual-Component Canted Living Hinge Real Mesh Hi-Back
- STRAPS: NEW Cored Ultrastrap Air and Ultra Capstrap
- BUCKLES: Dual-Component Smooth Glide Buckles
- Response: 8
- CUSHIONING: NEW FullBED Cushioning System, Under-Baseplate Dampening Pad, and B3 Gel Heel Cushioning
Burton EST bindings will only work with Burton ICS channel boards. Non EST Burton bindings will fit any current board on the market today.
Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!
I have the CO2 EST bindings on a Burton Hero. Its a very good combo. Bindings are lightweight and very responsive. The EST system is awesome. I'm currently having issues with the toe strap buckles loosening on me while riding. Extremely annoying otherwise 5 stars.
Great Burton high end bindings. Solid, responsive, agressive. Mean performance bindings. If you like going fast and destroy everything on the slopes with confidence go with CO2's. If you have the choice go with the EST system.
I like these bindings. I have the 2010 without the Re-Flex or EST. I really like a classic style stiff binding. I'm not into the EST and I don't think I'd like the Re-Flex either. I looked at the Re-Flex and have ridden EST's also. If you're looking for a straight up, stiff binding, get these.
"Great while they last"
Of course control is important, but my primary binding concern is avoiding foot pain - and these are probably the most comfortable bindings I've ever ridden. Spec-wise, they're a mid to high stiffness best suited to freeriding. The base plate is pretty solid, and the straps are nice and cushy - it's a nice balance between comfort and control. The padding underfoot is nice and soft, but it started to show signs of wear almost immediately. The heelstraps look really flimsy, but they are deceptively comfortable. I was told that the mesh on the highbacks was bulletproof and would always hold their shape - but mine started to stretch in no time. The heelcup is really annoying because there's no fore/aft adjustment - so with some boot/binding size combinations, you simply can't centre your boot properly on the board no matter what you do.