Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings
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Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings

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Specs

Type: Freeride, All Mountain, Freestyle
Entry Method: Conventional Strap
Highback: Asymmetrical, Single-Component Canted Living Hinge Team Skyback II with DialFLAD
Ankle Strap: 3D Profile, Superstrap
Toe Strap: Toe Cap
Baseplate: Fiber Reinforced, Single-Component 30% Short Glass/Nylon Composite
Baseplate Padding: Fullbed, FullBED Cushioning System and NEW Under Baseplate Cushioning
Ratchet Type: Metal, Smooth Glide Buckles
Flex: Medium, 5
Compatibility: Channel, 3D, 4x4
Recommended Use: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Baseplate Warranty: Lifetime
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings

When its all on the line Burton is the one boarders have turned to as their guide. It is no surprise they have come through again with the Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings. These bindings are designed to give you the boost you need in the park to blow away the competition. The addition of high back technology designed to absorb shock and reduce shake gives you an edge off jumps and rails. The straps and buckles are easily adjustable and are sure to keep you strapped in for the terrain ahead. Enjoy boarding this year with the Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings.

Key Features of the Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings:
  • BASEPLATE: Single-Component 30% Short Glass/ Nylon Composite
  • HI-BACK: Single-Component Canted Living Hinge Team Skyback II with DialFLAD
  • STRAPS: Superstrap and Gettagrip Capstrap
  • BUCKLES: Smooth Glide Buckles
  • CUSHIONING: FullBED Cushioning System and Under Baseplate Cushioning
  • Features Re-Ground Materials in Baseplate and Hi-Back to Reduce Waste

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.

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My kid says they are Awesome. She would know
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i love them
these were my first pair of bindings and they are awesome. they offer nice support and flex . the fu
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These bindings were recommended to me by my experienced boarding friends, as I am a skiier. I purchased them for my 12 year old son, who is switching from skiing to boarding.
Michael R on Dec 31, 2014
My son picked this item out.
William H on Dec 8, 2013
Are these EST bindings?
A shopper on Mar 19, 2014
Best Answer: These are NOT Burton EST bindings. EST bindings are distinguishable by having "EST" within the product name.

Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · T. PearceStaff on Apr 8, 2014
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My son is wanting a Burton ripcord - will these bindings work? Does it matter what bindings he gets with this board?
Linda S on Nov 9, 2014
Best Answer: Yes the Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings will work great with the Ripcord. The Ripcord is a Channel board, and not a 3D, and although the Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings are not EST they are compatible.
Reply (1) · Report · Roy MStaff on Nov 17, 2014
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will these bindings fit the burton custom smalls 140cm?
Jae C on Mar 10, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Jae,
The Custom Smalls Snowboard uses the Channel Mounting System, and these Burton Mission bindings will work with that quite well. The thing to keep in mind when using adult bindings on a youth snowboard is the width. Anything other that the 'S' binding size will be too big... even here it will be close.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Mar 11, 2015
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It says these bindings fit the 4x4 binding holes. I was looking to purchase them for a DC MLF Pro. I believe it has 4x2 holes. Will these fit that board?
A shopper on Jan 8, 2015
Best Answer: Yes!
The 4x4 and 2x4 are both the standard 4-hole mounting system and will work together.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Jan 8, 2015
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I know binding sizes are estimates, but since size small is all that's left, would Size small fit my Burton Invader 2012 size 9 boot?
A shopper on Jan 6, 2015
Best Answer: That's a really good question.

With the ankle and toe strap extendable ladders maxed out the 2012 size 9 Burton Invaders would fit in these Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings - but it's almost too tight.

Both straps are not able to be center properly on the boot and the ankle strap is only able to get a 1 or 2 clicks in with the ratchet.

You'd be better off getting the size medium Missions HERE: http://www.the-house.com/bt1msrf04bwo15zz-burton-snowboard-bindings.html
Reply (1) · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 7, 2015
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I know you already said that these bindings will work with the burton ripcord, but would EST bindings work better since its a channel board?
caleb r on Nov 19, 2014
Best Answer: EST Bindings on the Channel is the best board-feel/board-flex you can get, about 90% more flexible than a rigid disk. Reflex Bindings like this, though, are still really good - the grooved-out centerline of the disk and the cored out baseplate provide about 70% more flexibility and board feel than a traditional disk.
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