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These great bindings from Burton blend ancient wisdom with new technology to provide a new breed of binding perfect for any guy on the go. Enjoy the futurist fee of EST cushioning in a model that has been stripped down to make them as lightweight as possible. These great bindings allow ample power and forgiving flex for comfort and fun no matter where the trails take you. The Burton Mission EST Cant Snowboard Bindings are a high tech spin on conventional wisdom.
Burton EST bindings will only work with Burton ICS channel boards. Non EST Burton bindings will fit any current board on the market today.
Mission EST Cant
I bought these last year and brought them out to Colorado my second time out. They were amazing all over the mountain, though I had a strap pop loose when I was in the woods a few times but that can happen with any binding. All in all they are a recommendation of mine if they are in your price range.
Love these Missions from Burton. The Asym strap is so good you won't ever want another strap. Midflex binding that can handle whatever you throw at it. Totally responsive yet still allows you to tweak out big time. I used missions for 2 seasons and put over 100 days on em', and they held up fantastic. The cant beds are awesome. Get these.
Really solid bindings, I recommend them, confortable, almost forgettable when riding. The EST system it's really secure, solid and easy to adjust at any moment leisure, even on the road. I love the color lime & the other colors it've got. Clearly one of the best (middle range) of Burton stuff. Price is fair for the good product you're buying.
These bindings are very very solid, I got them through Burton last year and rode around 40 days on them, the cant bed is really nice, its more forgiving on your legs than the regular footbeds. The only complaint I have is that the bed is all black unlike in the picture where it has a grey/speckled split color. Just a minor cosmetic thing. Still a solid binding.
When I think of burton bindings, the mission and cartel come to mind. They are the mid range priced bindings made to perform well. I rode these on my nug, and thought they were awesome. The built in cant bed took pressure off my knees, and the bindings were so light I did not realize they were there sometimes. My only gripe was that I kept getting foot pain from the ankle strap. Not sure why, but adjusting the strap did not make it go away. (I have not experienced this with other burtons, possibly just the way my boot was tied or something).
What a great binding, I love shredding on these, very reliable and very solid construction.
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