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Burton Custom Snowboard Bindings

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  • Freeride
  • All Mountain
  • Freestyle
Entry Method:
  • Conventional Strap
  • High Back
  • Ultra-Minimized Single-Component Hi-Back with MicroFLAD
Ankle Strap:
  • 3D Profile
  • Primo Strap
Toe Strap: Combo
  • Polycarbonate
  • Single-Component Lightweight, Bomb-Proof Polycarbonate
Baseplate Padding:
  • Toe and Heel
  • EVA Baseplate Cushioning
Ratchet Type:
  • Metal
  • Smooth glide
  • Soft/Medium
  • 4
  • Channel
  • 3D
Recommended Use:
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
Baseplate Warranty: Lifetime
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Custom Snowboard Bindings

The Burton Custom Snowboard Bindings are a great choice for those snowboarding enthusiasts who want enhanced performance out on the slopes. The bindings combine durability with innovative technology to improve the ride while lessening the impact of the slopes. Featuring a single component lightweight base plate made from bomb proof polycarbonate and a hi back made from ultra minimized single component MicroFlad, the bindings will surely enhance your performance and make your lengthy days on the slopes all the more memorable.

Key Features of the Burton Custom Snowboard Bindings:
  • BASEPLATE: Single-Component Lightweight, Bomb-Proof Polycarbonate
  • HI-BACK: NEW Ultra-Minimized Single-Component Hi-Back with MicroFLAD
  • STRAPS: Primostrap and Primo Capstrap
  • BUCKLES: Smooth Glide Buckles
  • CUSHIONING: EVA Baseplate Cushioning

Discontinued Colors

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!

  • "GREAT"

    , AL
    Pros: Strapping System is easy, Durable, Look COol Cons: front strap starts to break after 20 or so rides,

    I bought these bindings a few months back. Tare fantastic for me but I did notice that after 20 or so days out on the slopes the front binding strap started to fall apart not anything big just little stuff.

  • "Great bindings"

    , AL
    Pros: Stong as S***, Strapping system is awesome, Cons:

    Used these last snow trip, great bindings, really easy to use and they seem somewhat unbreakable. Would recommend them to anyone who wants a strong binding at a good price!

  • "Burton Custom Snowboard Bindings Men's "

    , Karamea, WTC
    Pros: Responsive, Easy and fast to strap on, Cons:

    I brought these bindings a few months back and I have had no trouble with them so far. I've found they have awesome handling across the whole mountain. And the strapping system is easy and quick to do.

  • "Purple and Black"

    Pros: The color is perfect match my Sierra Crew 152, Cons: Not good quality,

    I love the purple and black. Not with good quality, but still worth to buy if on sale.

  • "Niiiiice"

    Pros: Responsive, Easy to strap on, Cons:

    I am using this with the Sierra Crew. Great binds. not to expensive and works like a charm!

  • "Great Flex"

    , Mokena, IL
    Pros: Great flex, Awesome colors, Reliable and Durable Cons: You ride hard, toe straps might get scuffed,

    Got these bindings this season and took them out to Breckenridge, Vail, and Keystone with them. I had so much control with these bad boys! Pay the extra cash and get these bindings. They are reliable and extremely durable. You will NOT be let down.

  • "Burton Customs 2011"

    , sydney, NSW
    Pros: easily adjustable, looks awesome, Cons:

    i recently purchased a pair of these to go along with my flow verve board.. yet to try them out but have been fiddling around with the adjustments and has been really easy and quick.. Great looking bindings cant wait to try them out..

  • "nice bindings"

    , AL
    Pros: stiff, light, toe cups Cons: not too heavy,

    i had these bindings for a few years. They are stiff and give you lost of control. they have toe cups which help keep your boots against the back of the binding. these are some of the best bindings for the pricse

  • "AWESOME!"

    , AL
    Pros: price, comfort, light weight Cons: colors,

    Great binding!Received as a birthday present and the comfort of them are incredible! Highl recomend if your looking for a cheap but great quality binding.

  • "Customs"

    , Aurora, OH
    Pros: Flexible, Comfortable, Customizable Cons: foam tears,

    this is a pretty good binding. I like that it will perfectly fit your foot after u adjust them. Very good comfort level and pretty flexible. Though the foam did tear a couple days into my riding.

  • "Good"

    , Little Chute, WI
    Pros: decent flexibility, Cons: foam on top rips easy,

    These bindings are pretty flexible. Good for beginners.

  • "Good Bindings"

    , san francisco, CA
    Pros: forgiving, soft, customizable Cons:

    took these out into some nice powder and terrible ice and they held on pretty well and take a nice beating. i also find it easy to maneuver in, despite my skill level.


    , Florissant, MO
    Pros: light weight, easy to strap in, Cons:

    my first set of bindings and wont buy any thing else. Love the feeling of this binding and is easy to use on the mt and takes like no time to strap in.

  • "Burton Mission"

    , AL
    Pros: Very Comfortable Straps, Very Forgiving, Good Response Cons: Not super stable,

    These bindings are ridiculously comfortable. Straps are super soft, and the toe cap works amazing, as long as snow doesn't pack into it. These are great bindings to have fun with, but I would not recommend them for anyone going too big.

  • "Freaking Awesome"

    , MD
    Pros: Light, Flexible, Comfortable Cons:

    Very nice bindings. Light, flexible, and easy to maneuver in. Cheap price also. 10/10

  • "Good mid priced bindings"

    , Albuquerque, NM
    Pros: Good price, Comfort, Weight Cons:

    Rode on these bindings once so far and loved them. Recommend this for any beginner or intermediate ride looking for a mid level flex binding.

  • "Good Value "

    , AUBURN, NY
    Pros: Good price, Easy Adjustments, Cons:

    Great binding for the price. Mid Flex is nice for both freestyle and all-mountain riding. Pretty comfortable and easy to use.

  • "great buy"

    , holmdel, NJ
    Pros: lightweight , stay tight , great price Cons:

    these bindings are great to start off with. they are lightweight and they fit snug. the sraps are really easy to use. overall this is a great binding.

  • "Git her done"

    , Bellevue, WA
    Pros: Does tjhe job, Great beginner binding, Cons: Stitching comes off,

    The burton custom binding works and does the job. Nothing too special but it's a great beginner binding and really cheap. I have the 2010 and the stitching of the burton logo is coming off after a day in the slush. Pretty bad i think.

  • "Real Soft, Nice Ratchets"

    , Kalamazoo, MI
    Pros: Real soft flexing, Nice smooth operating ratchets, Nice and loose Cons: seems weak underfoot,

    From my opinion from using this binding for a bit, i think that it is really soft, as the description says, and the fit feels really nice, but for me, it was TOO soft, and seemed weak, like it could break.

  • "Great bindings for a cheap price"

    Pros: Cheap, Forgiving flex, Cons: None,

    These are great bindings for a progressing beginner, and a very decent price. Can't get much better than that.

  • "Good for starting out"

    Pros: good for beginners, functional, Cons: not as responsive as you want as you progress,

    I started out with these bindings, and outgrew them as i got better. for sure they are great for starting out, and will last you a while. i still have mine on my back up board/board i lend to friends.

  • "Looks SICK !!"

    , bankstown, NSW
    Pros: the purple was a sick colour !, easy to strap, bang for buck Cons: should have gotten the medium,

    used this on the mountain a few weeks ago and it was sick ! the purple colour was very nice and i had alot of compliments from other riders. if your a size 9.5 like me definitely get the medium! large was abit too big.

  • "great affordable binding"

    , mohegan lake, NY
    Pros: semi stiff, affordable, durable, great straps Cons: not many color choices,

    i bought these bindings as i just got a new board and i am not dissapointed at all, they deliver at a great price. for mountain carving it stays pretty stiff at high speeds, at the park, it responded well. straps are really comfortable. they even come with 2 slots to lengthen the toe strap at different angles. great bindings!

  • "Value! "

    , nanoose bay, BC
    Pros: Good flex, lots of adjustmens, Cheap Cons:

    Can't go wrong with the custom! I've owned 2 pairs now, both have served me very well. I ride them in all conditions and haven't had any feel complaints. However on the 2010 model, the toe cap on mainly my front foot is getting wrecked from carving in crusty powder. Rips it right open after a while. Either way it was still worth it for these bindings! Get sum

  • "Good, But Not Great!"

    , South Hedland, WA
    Pros: Easy to Adjust On Mountain, Decent Price, Cons: Need to Crank Up Tighter after each Run,

    The Burton Custom 2010 would be great for Beginners. For Intermediate I would spend a bit more cash and get something better. I'm a little dissapointed in the fact that I need to cranck the straps up alot during the day. Sometimes I even stop half way through a long run and crank em up again.

  • "Custom"

    , New York, NY
    Pros: price, durble, flex Cons:

    at this price the custom is a very decent binding. you get trickle down tech from past models of missions and cartels. Great for shredding the whole mountain from peak to park. the soft/mid flex allows for good control while being able to tweak laterally. for the shredder looking for a solid binding without breaking the bank.

  • "Made with the best stuff on Earth"

    Pros: PRICE!, overall contruction, all the Bells and whisltes Cons:

    First off, I love this website!!! Now that I have that out of the way, this binding is sooo sick, especially for the price. I was replacing an ancient pair of Burton Freestyles (not surprisingly they were still holding up) because I had heard a lot about the advancements made in bindings since...oh i don't know 2000. Needless to say I went with the custom because it offers all the bells and whistles and is highly affordable, and I was not at all disappointed with the perfomance on the hill.

  • "Kind of stiff"

    Pros: durable, normal and est compatible, Cons: stiff,

    i like this binding overall, but it is really stiff and gets uncomfortable.after long riding. made a bit small for each size. i use this with custom vrocker, and i seriously thinking about buying another binding. its not too bad, but generates urge for a better one after some time.

  • "Staying Strapped"

    Pros: Comfortable, Stable, Looks good Cons:

    This binding is great for boots that are wide and thick. The straps on this binding are insanely comfortable due to there soft puffy leather and the flexibility of its straps. Your feet will never come out of this binding and wont budge a bit. They are easy to get use to and make riding enjoyable.

  • "Solid Choice"

    Pros: Big Toe Cap, Sturdy Rachettes, Cons:

    I bought these and set them to my Burton Deuce. It was an easy fit and install. The bindings are pretty stiff in regards to flex. I love the straps and especially the big toe cap. The rachettes are solid and don't sound like cheap plastic when cranking them down. I would buy these again if needing to outfit another board. Good product/low price.

  • "Not bad for the Cash"

    Pros: Cheap, Well made, Forgiving Cons: Straps catch a lot,

    I got this as my first binding and I have to tell ya; for the money they were more than I expected. They are soft enough that not every movement is transferred to the board good when you're a newb so you can have not-so-good balance at first and it still won't catch you up as fast. The bindings are very light plastic but I got 2 seasons out of them and they're still in the bottom of my gear closet almost as good as new. The straps do catch a bit, but that's not to the point of really being a problem. If you're new to riding and want something that you can still use down the road I would skip the bottom base models and take a tiny step up to this. You won't regret it at all, I promise.

  • "Great Binding"

    , NEW YORK, NY
    Pros: Very Responsive, Comfortable, Adjustable backing. Cons:

    This binding is great. It's very responsive and absolutely love the feel of them and the adjustability. It's incredibly versatile and the adjustable backing gives it a better feel and control for those that like more lean or not. The only problem I had with one of the previous year's model was that the toe strap attaching the toe-strap to the binding had a weakness due to the flexing and fell off. It's not heavy and is a great all around binding. I recommend it.

  • "Burton Customs"

    , Greenville, MI
    Pros: Good Price, Looks Steezy, Great Brand Name Cons: A bit flexy,

    These are for sure one of the best quality vs price options for burton bindings. I've tried a lot of bindings and this model is pretty nice. I installed these customs on a DC shoes PJB 155 and the response is very good for freestyle and freeride. Great for anyone seeking a more relaxed binding.

  • "Great Bindings"

    , Wollongong, NSW
    Pros: Supportive , Stiff and secure, Thick Straps Cons: toe strap could fit a lil better,

    I found these bindings are perfect for my all mountain style, I find them very tough and supportive, for any snowboarder that can go anywhere and doesn't want to spend an arm and a leg for the top class range, you definitely get your moneys worth, with bindings that are better than its price range

  • "dig 'em"

    , Fargo, ND
    Pros: great price, no worries about breaking or malfunction, Cons:

    these are the first pair i have owned after renting, and after riding them a coupe times i've loved them. no complaints at all. they're great bindings, and for the price! whoa! i love these. there are definitely better bindings out there, of course, but for the price and most every riding style and level, i would recomend these.

  • "Great bindings"

    Pros: ratchet doesnt slip, enough flex to tweak tricks, Cons:

    Rode these bindings for about half a season. They definitely are good looking bindings, got many compliments. I love how you never have to worry about your ratchet coming undone with these bindings. Aesthetically these bindings took wear and use very well.

  • "Burton Custom"

    Pros: Flexible, Simple and Easy to Use, Comfortable Cons:

    I rented these the first time I ever went snowboarding and from what I can tell with the binding I have now (haven't used em yet but tried em on) the Burton Customs are MUCH more flexible. As an intermediate user (transfering from green to blue) I can personally say that I like these more than the $70 bindings I have now (don't EVER buy Lamar bindings). I plan on buying these in the near future as the bindings I have now are very uncomfortable. As a new rider it made me feel very safe and was a good transition for me, as a person, to snowboarding. I deeply admire these bindings and plan on using them for the upcoming season.

  • "affordable and fit"

    , AL
    Pros: Light, Affordable, Flexy Cons:

    This was my first ever bindings for my very first season, except i fell in love with snowboarding so I went like 40times to the mountains and hit the park almost everytime. I hit mostly rails and little bit of jumps about 20-30ft, nothing too fancy. These held up great and there is still life in them, except the screws are coming loose every two runs now. It didn't happen before so anyone looking for affordable bindings, nothing too fancy, these are great.

  • "Burton Custom"

    , AL
    Pros: mid flex, light weight, look cool Cons: I like a slightly stiffer binding,

    I have read a few reviews saying these are stiff. I didn't think so at all. I'm not saying this as a bad thing, even though i do prefer a stiff binding. These a perfect for the mid level rider wanting a binding that rides the whole mountain well. I didnt have a problem with any straps, rachets, highbacks, anything, but I only demo'd them. I rode the white bindings which looked pretty cool on the black burton seven I demo'd with. They were responsive enough to do heelside and toeside 3's with ease, and made ground tricks seem easy as well. Only took about 10-15 minutes to dial them in for the right fit. Easy to use, look good, burton name without breaking the bank.

  • "not bad"

    , AL
    Pros: affordable, Cons: a little soft for me,

    Obviously this one of their most popular boards because of its affordability and ability to tear up the mountain. personally, these bindings were a little soft. I thought they were solid, but I like a stiff aggressive binding. You could go stiffer with the missions or cartels but for the price the Customs are a good option.

  • "Pretty good"

    , AL
    Pros: good value, adjustability, Cons: soft,

    these are pretty good bindings for the money. I got them as a first pair of bindings and they lasted me a good 3 seasons. they were a little soft for shredding around all mountain but were great for the park. for the money though i think the union flites work better, but these aren't a bad choice

  • "Awesome adjustment."

    , AL
    Pros: great adjustment, Toe caps work very well, Cool looking orange Cons: Flex. Minor issue.,

    These bindings are great, they have a lot of adjustment and are very easy to tweak. Also have tool-less adjustment on straps. high backs seem a little week but have yet to fail under aggresive riding and jumps. If you can find them for under $150 buy them they are well worth it and the toe caps make a big difference between them and the Burton freestyles.

  • "Customs"

    , IA
    Pros: Toe Caps Fit Great, Quick Response, Cons: Ankle Straps wear quickly,

    These are highly rated by many riders, I feel as though they are not as good as the hype claims. They are good bindings, but not great. They fit well around my Burton boots, the white gets dirty quickly. What I don't like, and what I have seen a lot of my Burton gear do this year is the stitching has crapped out A LOT. In less than half a dozen uses, these look like the are at least a year old and seen some crazy aggressive riding.

  • "Burton Custom Bindings"

    , Tampa, FL
    Pros: Forgiving flex, Responsive, Comfortable Cons:

    I just recently used these bindings in St. Louis (really small resort) and they handled amazingly. I normally have a hard time with toe turns due to a lack of response from my old bindings (Lamar). With these Burton Customs, not only was I able to nail my toe turns, I was also riding very comfortably. The flex is very forgiving for a rider like me (all-mountain) and I love to just play around on the snow while going down doing small tricks and stuff and this works extremely well.

  • "Good for a First Buy"

    , FOLSOM, CA
    Pros: price, adjustability, Control Cons: Soft, Flimsy for mid range bindings, (depending on what you pay for them)

    I recommend these bindings over other low range bindings such as the burton freestyle because they do seem tighter and less flimsy than most bindings less than 150 dollars. I read the other reviews and saw that some people are stating that these bindings are too stiff, I do not agree with this. I think they are pretty soft, but that is common for the price.

  • "Burton Custom Bindings"

    , Bellevue, WA
    Pros: Customizable, Forgiving, Cons: Low Quality,

    These bindings have many options to fit your boot better. Customizing the bindings takes at most 10 minutes to be a great fit. After about 15 uses, the rachets on the toe straps stopped clicking back after you tightened. This has only been a minor inconvenience so far, but it could cause problems. I've used the bindings over the entire mountain, and they've done great from icy park days to deep powder days. Overall they are great bindings, just seemingly low quality

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