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Burton Grom Snowboard Bindings - Kids, Youth

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Specs

Type: All Mountain
Entry Method: Rear Entry
Highback: Low Back
Ankle Strap: Flat
Toe Strap: Single Strap
Baseplate: Polycarbonate
Baseplate Padding: Toe and Heel, No padding
Ratchet Type: Plastic
Flex: Soft
Compatibility: 3D, 4x4
Recommended Use: Beginner
Baseplate Warranty: Lifetime
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Grom Snowboard Bindings - Kids, Youth

Learning to snowboard offers a variety of challenges, but getting strapped into your binding shouldn’t be one of them so it’s best to choose Burton Grom Snowboard Bindings to get started. With kid-friendly oversized buckles, Grom bindings are easy to use for little hands and even those wearing gloves so that getting in and out of the bindings are a breeze. The Grom features a single-component baseplate construction with lightweight, bomb-proof polycarbonate so that they don’t weigh you down as you learn to navigate the slopes.

Key Features of the Burton Grom Snowboard Bindings:
  • Single-Component Baseplate Construction
  • Lightweight, Bomb-Proof Polycarbonate
  • Ultra-Lightweight Single-Component Construction Grom Hi-Back
  • FLAD
  • Onestrap with Ergo Shaped Easy Entry Ratchet Tongue
  • Kid-Friendly Smooth Glide Buckles;Easy to Use with Little Paws
  • Disc Baseplate Construction

Burton EST bindings will only work with Burton ICS channel boards. Non EST Burton bindings will fit any current board on the market today.

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Very kid friendly
Perfect bindings for the little ones. My son starting using these at 4 years old and has never had a problem.
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October 20, 2014

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Needed a nice binding that my nephew would not have trouble strapping in with. Little kids with double straps = them complaining and giving up on strapping in by themselves.
Jaime R on Feb 18, 2014
I found a really good deal on GearChase. com that linked me to the item that is why I choose them.
Travis G on Jan 12, 2014
Only binding that would fit her boot.
Mark S on Jan 17, 2014
price
Jung K on Jan 12, 2014
I have two kids. One wears size 1 and one in a size 2. Will the youth 2-6 Grom work for both boots?
A shopper on Sep 4, 2014
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Do these Snowboard Bindings work with any kids board or just Burton?
Mpekala Staff on Nov 18, 2013
Best Answer: I think they should work with any other kids board - the mounting disk has holes for either 3 hole (like the Burton) or also the standard 4-hole pattern. I mounted these on a Burton Chopper, but I can't see why they wouldn't go on another brand as long as it has the "standard" 4 hole pattern...
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Will the burton freestyle binding work with the burton chopper board?? My kid had a k2 120 package and someone took his board today. Any other sales coming up that you know of.
A shopper on Dec 27, 2013
Best Answer: i just put these on my sons burton chopper 110 . the board was two years old. i was worried the would be to big for the board but it was a non issue. my son went from a size 12 youth to a size 2 kids boot and these bindings are great. he is 4 years old and can clip in and out of his own bindings with no issue. the single strap makes it user friendly while giving ample support. I have had 4 BURTON AFTER SCHOOL PACKAGES which get you the board binding and boots with a bag in a package. Buy last years model and you will save a few bucks. Sorry to hear their are individuals that are sad enough to steal someone's gear let alone a kids. happy trails
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