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Burton P1.1 Snowboard Bindings

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Specs

Type:
  • Freeride
  • Freestyle
  • All Mountain
Entry Method:
  • Conventional Strap
Highback:
  • Asymmetrical
  • Single-Component Canted Living Hinge Hi-Back
Ankle Strap:
  • 3D Profile
  • Superstrap Air
Toe Strap: Combo
Baseplate:
  • Fiber Reinforced
  • Dual-Component 30% Short-Glass/Nylon Composite Spar and 11% Short-Glass/Nylon Composite Lower
Baseplate Padding:
  • Fullbed
  • NEW FullBED Cushioning System with B3 Gel Heel Cushioning
Ratchet Type:
  • Combo
  • Dual-Component Smooth Glide Buckles
Flex:
  • Medium/Stiff
  • 6
Compatibility:
  • 3D
  • 4x4
Recommended Use:
  • Advanced
  • Intermediate
Baseplate Warranty: Lifetime
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton P1.1 Snowboard Bindings

There are no comprises when it comes to the P1.1 Burton snowboard binding. Burton has perfected the craft of making snowboarding equipment with this stylish winner. This rad binding has a dual-component baseplate for power and forgiveness. The hi-back is a single component Canted Living Hinge for control and precision. From carving to the pipe this binding is awesome. The straps are superstrap air and ultra Capstrap for a comfortable and snug ride. The revolutionary new FullBED cushioning system with B3 gel Heel cushioning is soft all day long.

Key Features of The Burton P1.1 Snowboard Bindings:
  • BASEPLATE: Dual-Component 30% Short-Glass/Nylon Composite Spar and 11% Short-Glass/Nylon Composite Lower
  • HI-BACK: Single-Component Canted Living Hinge Hi-Back
  • STRAPS: Superstrap Air and Ultra Capstrap
  • BUCKLES: Dual-Component Smooth Glide Buckles
  • CUSHIONING: NEW FullBED Cushioning System with B3 Gel Heel Cushioning
  • Response: 6

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.

P1.1


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • " 2010 Burton P1.1"

    , APO AP, AP
    Pros: Sturdy, Cons: Front straps,

    I've used the Burton P1.1 binding for one full season and I had no major problems with the binding. One slight issue is that the front strap sometime comes loose by the end of the run.

  • "mod-flex"

    , LONG ISLAND CITY, NY
    Pros: quality material, tight straps, base pad Cons: a little heavy,

    It's a good binding especially for mid-hard boards. My only complaint is a little heavy.

  • "Solid performance/comfort, but durable?"

    , Paradise, CA
    Pros: lightweight, comfort, styling Cons: durability, Burton sizing,

    This is my second full year on these. Great on comfort and styling with solid performance. They're super light. They've got lots of adjustments you can make. However, all those adjustments couldn't make up for awkward sizing. I have size 10.5 Rome Libertine boots (pretty slim). Got the larges at first, but they were too roomy for my boots and hung too much off my 159 Rome Anthem. Swapped for the the med's. They were real snug at first but now they're working well. None of the many adjustments Burton boasts about helped the lousy fit of the heel cup and high back though. Had to harass Burton for months before they would send me a cushion for the non-burton binding plate, but it helped the contact once I got it and stuck it on. I'm a bit worried about longevity, as I ride maybe 10 days a year and halfway through my second these aren't looking real fresh, with some pretty ugly tearing on one of the toe straps. Overall, I like em (for the price I paid) but I will likely look to another model or brand next time. Oh and tighten those little plastic covered screws that adjust the straps often, I almost lost one my second day out.

  • "Solid performance/comfort, but durable?"

    , Paradise, CA
    Pros: lightweight, comfort, styling Cons: durability, Burton sizing,

    This is my second full year on these. Great on comfort and styling with solid performance. They're super light. They've got lots of adjustments you can make. However, all those adjustments couldn't make up for awkward sizing. I have size 10.5 Rome Libertine boots (pretty slim). Got the larges at first, but they were too roomy for my boots and hung too much off my 159 Rome Anthem. Swapped for the the med.'s. They were real snug at first but now they're working well. None of the many adjustments Burton boasts about helped the lousy fit of the heel cup and high back though. Had to harass Burton for months before they would send me a cushion for the non-burton binding plate, but it helped the contact once I got it and stuck it on. I'm a bit worried about longevity, as I ride maybe 10 days a year and halfway through my second these aren't looking real fresh, with some pretty ugly tearing on one of the toe straps. Overall, I like em (for the price I paid) but I will likely look to another model or brand next time. Oh and tighten those little plastic covered screws that adjust the straps often, I almost lost one my second day out.

  • "Most comfortable binding I've ridden"

    , portland, OR
    Pros: comfortable, toe caps lock in easily and securely, stays secure and locked all day Cons: adjustments can be time-consuming,

    I rode these bindings with my 159 Reverse Crew, and I am immensely impressed with them. I don't know if it was all the bindings, or the bindings and the board comboing up together, but after my first run, I have a new favorite binding. The highback is a bit stiff, allowing for easy carving, while the baseplate has a good amount of flex to it, really letting you feel in touch with the board when you ollie or press. No pressure points to speak of, and landing off jumps felt smooth. My one gripe with them is that any adjustments you want to make (gaspedal, highback, stance, etcetera) is much more time-consuming than on the comparable Union equivalents. Also, they fit my Vans Auras perfectly.

  • "Most comfortable binding I've ridden"

    , portland, OR
    Pros: comfortable, toe caps lock in easily and securely, stays secure and locked all day Cons: adjustments can be time-consuming,

    I rode these bindings with my 159 Reverse Crew, and I am immensely impressed with them. I don't know if it was all the bindings, or the bindings and the board coming together, but after my first run, I have a new favorite binding. The highback is a bit stiff, allowing for easy carving, while the baseplate has a good amount of flex to it, really letting you feel in touch with the board when you ollie or press. No pressure points to speak of, and landing off jumps felt smooth. My one gripe with them is that any adjustments you want to make (gaspedal, highback, stance, etcetera) is much more time-consuming than on the comparable Union equivalents. Also, they fit my Vans Auras perfectly.

  • "super comfy"

    , SAN JOSE, CA
    Pros: comfy, easy on, Cons: none,

    Love the toe cap strap, makes it really comfy and doesn't pinch the toes like regular straps. Lots of padding for extra comfort. I'm riding with Burton Rulers to match and fits well for me.

  • "Best Bindings I've ridden so far"

    , AL
    Pros: forgiving flex that doesn't sacrifice response, extremely comfortable, decent adjust ability Cons: they were discontinued,

    I've ridden Customs ,Cartels and Forces. Then I finally got the chance to buy one of these at a great price. Best purchase I've made since I've started snowboarding. These bindings are the first ones where I never felt any foot pain during a whole day of riding. Nicely padded straps and foot bed makes them the most comfortable bindings I've tried. The flex is pretty forgiving while providing almost as good as response as Cartels and Forces. I'd say these are a great buy for any park rider and a beginning/intermediate all mountain rider like myself.

  • "Best Bindings I've ridden so far"

    , AL
    Pros: forgiving flex that doesn't sacrifice response, extremely comfortable, decent adjust ability Cons: they were discontinued,

    I've ridden Customs, Cartels and Forces. Then I finally got the chance to buy one of these at a great price. Best purchase I've made since I've started snowboarding. These Bindings are the first ones where I never felt any foot pain during a whole day of riding. Nicely padded straps and foot bed makes them the most comfortable bindings I've tried. The flex is pretty forgiving while providing almost as good as response as Cartels and Forces. I'd say these are a great buy for any park rider and a beginning/intermediate all mountain rider like myself.

  • "Great All-Mountain Bindings "

    , Brossard, QC
    Pros: Comfy, Mid Flex, All-Mountain Cons: Forward lear adjtment sucks,

    I love these bindings. They are simply great. Mid flex & very comfortable to ride with all day! They are pair perfect for an all mountain set-up. Good for speed, carving, jumps... you name it. Only draw back was adjusting the high back knob! Was little low end by comparison to their similar bindings of that price range. Once you crank the first turn it gets easier. No biggy, just thought they could've done better there. Straps tight but no pain. Ratchets come off easy as I'm sliding to the lift. I highly recommend for all mountain pack. Cheers...

  • "Burton P1.1 Fits like a glove!"

    , LODI, CA
    Pros: Quality construction, Lightweight, Responsive, Adjustability Cons: None,

    I've ridden 1 season on these bindings and I am very happy with them. I bought the black pair, but since you can find replacement straps for these bindings just about anywhere, I replaced the black straps with white straps. They are very comfortable and responsive, yet they have enough play and flex to be used on a freestyle board in the park. I've got the P1.1's mounted on a 2011 DC MLF and it is a perfect match. They have flex in just the right spots and I'd highly recommend these bindings to anyone. I wear a size 10 DC boot and I have this binding in a size Large. The boots fit just fine in this binding.

  • "Comfortable enough"

    , Torrance, CA
    Pros: Nice looking, soft under foot, Cons: Non-adjustable heelcup,

    Of course control is important, but my primary binding concern is avoiding foot pain - and these pretty much do the trick. Spec-wise, they're a mid flex best suited to all-mountain freestyle. The base plate is stiff, but not as stiff as some - it's a nice balance between comfort and control. I have the red ones - they look killer, but the shiny red material they've used in some areas started showing signs of wear literally within minutes of using these bindings - not good. The heelcup is really annoying because there's no fore/aft adjustment - so with some boot/binding size combinations, you simply can't center your boot properly on the board no matter what you do.

  • "Burton P1.1"

    , Eureka, MO
    Pros: Responsive, Forgiving, Cons:

    My Brother owns these and he let me try them out for a little while. These bindings felt sturdy underfoot on landings and jibbing. Good All-Mountain binding. I usually don't say this about Burton, but these did pretty well for me. Recommended for a progressing All-Mountain, Freestyle rider.

  • "Great confortable binding!!!"

    , Trois-Rivieres, QC
    Pros: Confortable, Cons:

    I've got a Custom V-rocker and ruler burton boot with my binding and the fit is excellent! It's my first board and I enjoy all my equipment. The feeling is very soft and confortable. After a big day, I'm not hurt or anything else. I recommand this binding!

  • "I like the Lambo with a leather sofa for seats comparison"

    , KUNA, ID
    Pros: Adjustable , Well built / quality, Comfy Cons:

    This is SUCH a comfy set of bindings! They are super plush and make all day riding super comfortable. Great overall with plenty of features. The footstrap is padded well and come with easy on/off ratcheting binding. The highback is adjustable for forward lean as well as rotation so that it is parallel with the heel edge. It also has an adjustable toe plate fit your size boot. It also comes standard with a toe cap strap to securely hold in the boot. Great performance binding without crushing your foot.


Burton P1.1 Snowboard Bindings
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Adrian M: Great bindings with a fair price Jan 2, 2014
Brenda G: Research. Jan 1, 2014
Beasley L: great product Dec 21, 2013
Joshua F: Becuase it looked like the best one Dec 19, 2013
Zachary B: big feet big........... Dec 9, 2013
Gerry D: quality Dec 8, 2013
Christie C: My brother likes these--he has size 15 boots and says they fit well and are good all-mtn bindings Dec 5, 2013
Tyler W: Had a quick video to get great view of the entire product, and also had reviews with multiple opinions below the product that described what I was looking for. Dec 2, 2013
Marian B: My grandson chose these bindings as his Christmas gift from us. Dec 2, 2013
Ellen D: son picked it had burton previously Nov 28, 2013
Ryan M: Rode the P1's and loved them...time to upgrade!! Nov 21, 2013
kevin s: I have 5 burton triad bindings and love them, burton discontinued them so I will try the P1. Specs seem pretty close Nov 19, 2013
Jacob G: Im a freestyle-all mountain snowboarder who loves these binding extremely responsive and comfortable. the best binding ive ever had. Nov 14, 2013
Derek N: price point Nov 3, 2013
roberto m: because its a very good biding with a very good price. Oct 22, 2013
Eric B asked: Can this binding work on the burton EST channel boards? Aug 10, 2013
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Matt GStaff: Yes the Burton P1.1 Snowboard Bindings will work with the Channel System if you get the proper discs. Check out the Burton Retro Disk ( http://www.the-house.com/bt1retdbk10zz-burton-retro-disc.html ) and you'll be good to go. Aug 12, 2013
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Joshua C: I believe you can because it comes with a plate for the bindings but you can also look at the eat bindings to make your ics set up better Aug 13, 2013
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William E: Don't think so. Do some research Aug 13, 2013
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Greg M asked: Are the p1.1 mountable on a 2014 custom ? Dec 27, 2013
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Jacob M: Absolutely, you just need to make sure you have a baseplate that fits. Most bindings come with a multi-configuration baseplate, or multiple pairs of baseplates. I ordered the P1.1s last year and they work just fine on my '06 Lib Tech, and the baseplates have several different arrangements for the screws. Dec 30, 2013
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Justin D: Yeah... I have a 2014 custom with est bindings, but I recall the video saying all standard bindings work with it. Dec 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: im planning to buy k2 brigade board is this binding fits good?pls.let me know if this set up is ok.. Jan 8, 2014
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Matt GStaff: I've found that Burton bindings like the Burton P1.1 Snowboard Bindings fett a wide range of boot styles the best out compared to may others. The P1.1's will fit perfectly on the K2 Brigade Snowboard. Jan 8, 2014
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