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Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings

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Description: Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings

Look no further for the quality of Burton Mission Snowboard bindings. Though designed with the strong and experienced rider in mind, the beginner will find these light enough to suit their needs as well. Supremely padded straps and a nearly forgettable high back make for a very comfortable ride. You''ll find these extremely adjustable, and the absorption of impact they provide is definitely top-notch, but still at an affordable price. Burton Mission Snowboard bindings are truly a work of quality workmanship and value.

Key Features of The Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings:
  • BASEPLATE: Single-Component 30% Short-Glass/Nylon Composite
  • HI-BACK: NEW Ultra-Minimized Single-Component Hi-Back with NEW MicroFLAD
  • STRAPS: Superstrap and Primo Capstrap
  • BUCKLES: Smooth Glide Buckles
  • CUSHIONING: EVA Baseplate Padding
  • Response: 5

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!

  • "Awesome all around binding"

    Pros: Price, Quality, Cons: None,

    High quality all around binding. Awesome fit and great quality. I think burton makes the best quality bindings out there.

  • "also rad."

    , magnolia, TX
    Pros: strong and forgiving, flexible and sturdy, lightweight Cons:

    these bindings have been the best ive ever riden! Burton knows whats up with the missions! super easy to strap into and super forgiving no matter what your riding. highly recommended.

  • "Sweet Bindings"

    , Provo, UT
    Pros: Easy to strap up, Cons:

    I tried this bindings, and it is light, and easy to strap up. It doesnt bind your feet too tight and keeps you comfortable.

  • "Awesome binding"

    , Boston, MA
    Pros: Easy to install, easy to use, Cons: None,

    Great bindings. Used it for 2 years and still running good.

  • "Burton Mission"

    , CA
    Pros: Great Value, Engineered Well, Very Strong & Realiable Cons:

    Great bindings! Very comfortable and stylish. Easy to put on the snowboard and adjust if needed, great binding for all types of riders. Strongly recommended.

  • "Decent Binding"

    , piedmont, CA
    Pros: Responsive, Cons:

    This bindings are pretty good. I also own a pair of 2009 Cartels. I actually like the toe strap on the missions much more as they provide little or or no toe slippage. All in all a very responsive ride.

  • "Good Bindings"

    , Elko, NV
    Pros: Fits boots perfectly, Good Response, Sturdy Cons: Cant see angle marker very well(EST model),

    I had to buy these bindings because my older bindings were too big. These work great for me right now because I'm kind of new. The toe cap has been damaged from riding but I feel like that's because they are too far forward on my board.

  • "Not the best binding for the money"

    , Springfield, OR
    Pros: light, Cons: base flexes losing turning power,

    I thought i really liked these bindings till i decided to upgrade, now i own the 2011 Union Force bindings which makes these seem like childs play

  • "Good Binding"

    , Roseville, CA
    Pros: affordable, Cons:

    Good binding, pretty stiff and holds its own on the mountain. My only problem is the toe straps, they slide down sometimes. Besides that these are an all around great and affordable binding

  • "Decent binding"

    , New York, NJ
    Pros: Comfy, Cons:

    I tried it with demo, and it was comfy for all day long. One little thing bother me was that little too much forward lean even though I tried to minimize it with lean adjuster.

  • "Mission Bindings"

    , AL
    Pros: comfortable, Cons: not very responsive, to strap slips,

    Great bindings and very comfortable. I would prefer something a little lighter, stiffer, and i did not like how the toe strap slips off all the time. But a good buy for the money.

  • "Burton Mission Bindings"

    Pros: Good Flex, Over the toe strap, Cons: Strap gets loose,

    I got these bindings last year and I love them. I am mostly in the park doing rails and stuff and these worked out great.

  • "sweet"

    Pros: cap strap, easy to use, looks great Cons: none,

    Great binding. Holds foot tight, but doesn't cause pain from the pressure of straps. Will buy again.

  • "good binding good price!"

    , monterey park, CA
    Pros: cheap!, nice design, Cons: straps broke!,

    this bindings are great for park riding! the straps get beat up but i ride alot during the season. its like a 60 day binding!

  • "Burton Mission"

    , Issaquah, WA
    Pros: Comfortable, Affordable, Cool disign Cons: flexable,

    When I got these binding I thought they were great because the bindings matched by bored. They are also very good by just going down the mountain.

  • "The mission"

    , NEW YORK, NY
    Pros: provide great control, comfortable, good secure straps, high platforms for big feet Cons:

    these are great bindings. i have size 12 and these help to elevate my feet so i have no problem on regular boards. toe straps definitely give some good support. i upgraded from a over-the-top strap. i'm just an intermediate but i feel these bindings will take me far into a well experienced rider.

  • "Mission"

    Pros: Comfortable, responsive, easy to adjust Cons:

    First off I like the flat black color much more then typical shiny paint. Bindings are comfortable toe cap holds great. Easy to adjust no tools required, when I used these often I had to check all the screws that require no tools because they become loose quickly. Overall good binding.

  • "Great All-Mountain Bindings"

    Pros: comfort, durable, style Cons: none so far!,

    I've used these bindings for two seasons and can definitely say that they have been used and abused. I have had no problem whatsoever with screws or straps or anything (knock on wood) and am planning to carry them on for this season as well. These boots are perfect for all-mountain riding, as I have experienced using them for all-mountain freestyle.

  • "Misson EST "

    , Davis, CA
    Pros: Toe Cap, Easy Adjustments, EST set up Cons: Boots Should be 11+ rather than 10, Hard to use angle indicator in base plate, Change of hardware from one year to the next

    This binding is great and works superbly in the park and all over the mountain once you get it set up. The only problems that I have had are being able to read the angle measurements and when I went from a 2010 Burton board to a 2011 Burton, I had to get new hardware.

  • "great binding, straps a little short"

    , SAN JOSE, CA
    Pros: good looking, reliable, Cons: short straps, toe strap slips,

    Have always had very good experiences with burton goods, this was no different. Unfortunately the sizing convention was a bit off - I got the appropriate sized binding for my boot size, but the straps were far too small. Just as well, time for some Targas or Contrabands!

  • "Not bad but not great"

    Pros: Highly adjustable, Cons: Straps a little stiff even after use,

    Got these and paired them with my Burton Hero and Vans Boots. I really like how adjustable they are. From the rotation and height of the highbacks, they allow you to get your lean on. These feature the Channel mounting system. Which makes even the slightest adjustment to angle a cinch. I use an 11 mens boot and it was a little big for the size Large binding I purchased. A medium would have been perfect. I don't like how the straps are still stiff and will seemingly remain that way for their life. If you look around the mountain and see the floppy ears on your friends bindings these straps will never be that way. Also, I had a problem with these freezing up after they got a little wet. If you get them and get them wet bring em inside for the night to dry out. Overall a good toe cap and sturdy feel.

  • "Great Upgrade!"

    Pros: light, responsive, sturdy Cons: none so far,

    I got these to upgrade my outdated Burton Syncros. Oh man, the difference was huge! I had never felt so comfortable and in control of my board before. I can say that these bad boys helped me go from learning to carve to carving comfortably in a day!

  • "Missions, on a mission"

    , Wagga Wagga, NSW
    Pros: Price, Comfortable, Light Weight Cons: Very Basic, Flexible,

    This is my first go at EST bindings, I had some trouble in getting them tight enough, as they keeped shifting on the board. Once I got that sorted, it was plain sailing from that point on. They are fairly light weight in the construction department, you get a medium feel from these bindings, which is alright. Overall not too bad, especially for the price.

  • "Awesome mission "

    , Landmark, MB
    Pros: light , comfortable, Cons:

    I had the missions for a while and i really liked them. I found them good for riding all over the mount. because of the mid flex I found that they worked really well in the park and they gave good support for a long day of riding. bottom line is they are very comfortable and very well made.

  • "Solid bindings"

    Pros: Cheap, Reliable, Very adjustable Cons: 2011 bindings seem to have more features, color, Can pack in with snow

    These bindings are very solid. Not terribly exciting. I had upgraded from some old Burton Freestyle bindings and it took awhile getting used to the top cap. Unfortunately for me, I have been having problems getting the toe cap to stay on. I didn't find that these bindings worked well with the 2010 Burton Rulers. The top cap refused to stay on at all. I switched to a softer boot and it has helped a little. I would say that the toe cap will slip off on 1-2 runs per day. It's really easier to adjust the strap lengths with these bindings. You don't need any tools - you can just flip the lever, pull the screw out, adjust to desired length and put the screw in and tighten. No fuss, no muss. The highbacks are nice. I find the bindings provide excellent support and control. I only wished they would stay on better. Sometimes, they ratchet system will clog up with snow, but the same can be said with a lot of other bindings. If you can find a older pair for $100, it's definitely worth the money.

  • "Straps are great for younger folks"

    Pros: all resort use, good heel/toe hold, Cons: sit down to strap in, not as comfortable as flows,

    Son and I swapped bindings in Utah so I could see what all the bias was with strap bindings out west. Currently ride flow nxt at's. They hold heel/toe as well as flows but aren't as comfy and for resort use I'd rather step-in and go as opposed to sitting down with the pack. On steeper runs the mission's were not as stiff as I'm used to. My 15 yr old preferred his mission's as he spends more time in the parks than I do.

  • "Ehh"

    , Bozeman, MT
    Pros: Light binding , High back feels good, Comfortable ankle strap Cons: Toe strap becomes loose, Sometimes ankle strap sits funny,

    Ive been riding for two years now this was my first binding upgrade and I upgraded from the forum recon's. I cant say i am impressed with these bindings with the recons the toe strap flexed around the toe. with the missions they are formed for the toe and with that they slip. I have readjusted these bindings countless times and it does not solve the problem. One of my buddies that i ride with has a habit of kicking his leg on the lift and sometimes hits my bindings. Well this happened one time got off the lift went to the trail map board to find a run and i pretty much just walked out of my binding. so im not completely sure if the sizing is off I have a hunch i am but i looked at what size of boots fit and i bought these accordingly. Overall i will not buy another binding that has the same toe strap like this one. Dont get me wrong it feels great mine just dont fit great.

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