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Burton Lexa EST Snowboard Bindings Black
The Burton Lexa Est Snowboard Bindings are light, simplistic, and affordable. They were made for those who love to freestyle snowboard on the slopes and will give a great feel and control to anyone's snowboard. These will contour to one's feet and make sure that they get more out of their moves. These bindings are made for women who want speed and performance while they are going down the mountain. Burton made a really great item that will contend with more expensive bindings. Anyone who gets these will really love them and use them for quite a while.
- Women's-Specific True Fit Design
- BASEPLATE: 15% Short-Glass/Nylon Composite EST
- HI-BACK: Dual-Component Canted Living Hinge Hi-Back
- STRAPS: Superstrap and Ultra Capstrap
- BUCKLES: Dual-Component Smooth Glide Buckles
- CUSHIONING: NEW Removable SensoryBED II Cushioning System with Dual Zone B3 Gel Cushioning
- Rides Exclusively with Burton Boards Featuring the Channel
- Features Re-Ground Materials in Baseplate and Hi-Back to Reduce Waste
- Response: 5
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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"Overall Good Binding"
I bought this binding to go with my feelgood board and supreme boot. I am a size 8 boot and a medium binding, always have been. For some reason, on this boot the medium binding was too tight and was cutting into the side of my foot...I was in a lot of pain. However, Burton has awesome customer service and sent me a new, bigger strap. I brought it over to the burton store and they set it all up and now it rides perfect. I also agree with the other posts about the toe strap. The guys at the Burtons store helped make it more centered on my board so it doesn't happen as much or at all. Overall it is a good binding. I had some trouble getting it setup properly, but now it works great!
"GF loves these bindings"
bought these for my GF. She says she loves the feel of them and always comments on how responsive they are.
The girlie got these cuz she liked that they were the same color as the Sacramento Kings' colors... Go figure. They seem nice, she had issues getting the straps to latch on initially.. might be because they were new. But they look good, gave a good feel, so overall just good.
"For what it's worth."
I went away to my cousin's place and he let me use his friend's board who doesn't often ride. As I was going down a blue run taking it easy, the strap of my toe came undone... I thought it was just because I didn't do it up properly at first, but later on in the day it started happening more and more often. If you're looking for something cheap to use and I guess to learn with, this could be the way to go.
"get the job done"
Overall they get the job done, the cap strap slides up a lot. They are a work well and are not too expensive.
"Good Value, Adequate Preformance"
These were my first set of EST binding and they got the job done. The only complaint I have is that the toe cap would slip upward while riding (not a huge deal). Overall, I would recommend these bindings for a beginner-intermediate rider.
For and kind of beginning snowboarding this binding is good just nothing too technical. Straps are hard to get in but easy to get out.
"Not bad mid range"
My first est/ics set up and I found these OK. compared to the responsiveness of the Escapade bindings I was a little disapppinted, but for a beginner/low intermediate cruiser they are OK.
Everything about this binding is well designed in theory. I am a big fan of the channel binding system which allows for pretty much infinite number of stances. I bought this binidng to go with my Burton Feelgood. One complaint I have about the binding is that the toe cap comes off my boot quite easily no matter how tight I put them on. I'm still not sure if I really like this binding or not...