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The Burton Freestyle Jr Bindings were designed with young snowboarders in mind. These are meant for freestyle snowboarding, with the lightweight polycarbonate baseplate so that these bindings are not too heavy for that not-so-experienced snowboarders. The freestyle Jr. Hi Back with FLAG is extra tall, which provides high mobility and ankle support on the slopes. The buckles make it easy to get in and out of these bindings, so little fingers will not have trouble unfastening the bindings.
Burton EST bindings will only work with Burton ICS channel boards. Non EST Burton bindings will fit any current board on the market today.
Here talking about the Burton Youth Freestyle snowboard binding. Basically just a scaled-down version of their very popular adult freestyle snowboard binding. What you're looking out on this one, is nice clean snowboard binding, not too many bells and whistles to break out there. It's gonna be reliable and easy for kids to use. Key features on this one, we're looking at really smooth operating Burton ratchets. Some of the smoothest in the industry definitely. Really easy both ways. From there, we got just a pretty basic ankle strap. A good amount of surface area but nothing... no bells and whistles that will be driving the cost up. It's gonna fit the kid's boot really well. Tall strap for this one is going to be an over the top strap. From there, you'll have padding on the high wrap none on the base plates. The base plates gonna be very responsive and one's gonna help them keep the overall cost go down. And you do have a forward lean adjuster as well as high back rotation adjustment on this one which is nice. Now you won't see that on all the other kids snowboard bindings. From there, well it's really good... an overall snowboard binding, easy for the kids to use, creates a good package price: theBurton Youth Freestyle snowboard binding.
Kids boots are so big and bulky that strapping in was a bit difficult. My 7 year old son wears a size 4 Burton Ion Grom boot and they are pretty snug in this binding - the boots are almost too fat to get the straps across. Luckily they're fairly adjustable so with a few changes, they're workable. They seem very durable!
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