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Burton Stiletto EST Snowboard Bindings - Womens

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Type: All Mountain, Freestyle
Entry Method: Conventional Strap
Highback: Asymmetrical, Single-Component Canted Hi-Back with MicroFLAD
Ankle Strap: 3D Profile, Lushstrap
Toe Strap: Toe Cap
Baseplate: Polycarbonate, Single-Component Lightweight, Bomb-Proof Polycarbonate EST
Baseplate Padding: Fullbed, Removable ShredBED 2.0 Cushioning System
Ratchet Type: Metal, Smooth Glide
Flex: Soft/Medium, 4
Compatibility: Channel
Recommended Use: Beginner, Intermediate
Baseplate Warranty: Lifetime
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Stiletto EST Snowboard Bindings - Womens

People are always looking for great ways to stand out from the crowd while performing at their best. Burton Stiletto EST Snowboard Bindings provide a comfort and stability that many people have come to rely and trust when it comes to snowboarding. These bindings feature a stylish design with straps that are easily adjustable. If you are someone who values comfort, style and function the Burton Stiletto EST Snowboard Bindings may be exactly what you need to perform at your best in style.

Key Features of the Burton Stiletto EST Snowboard Bindings:
  • BASEPLATE: Single-Component Lightweight, Bomb-Proof Polycarbonate EST
  • HI-BACK: Single-Component Canted Hi-Back with MicroFLAD
  • STRAPS: NEW Lushstrap and Primo Capstrap
  • BUCKLES: Smooth Glide Buckles
  • CUSHIONING: Removable ShredBED 2.0 Cushioning System
  • Rides Exclusively with Burton Boards Featuring The Channel

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.

Stiletto EST

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Intermediate snowboarder who had this binding for years. Just upgraded. Love the style and matches my board perfectly. Also I have burton boots and I like keeping the 2 together.
Kristi B on Jul 15, 2014
Great binding for the $. Done lot of research. Definitely recomended.
Jacqueline B on Dec 18, 2013
Purchased for my daughter who has a friend with this same set of bindings, just in an older version. When she tried them out, found them to be very comfortable. Hope these work for her as well!
Judith M on Dec 22, 2013
Fit with Burton feelgood board
Chris S on Dec 7, 2013
will these bindings work on a gnu board?
Lainey D on Sep 23, 2013
Best Answer: no, because it's an EST binding, works only on Burton EST boards. for gnu you can check the 'non-EST' Burton Stiletto, that has an unidisk and should fit on any snowboard.
Reply · Report · Eva V on Sep 23, 2013
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Will these bindings work for the Burton Barracuda? I believe its a channel system, but I am new to snowboarding, thanks in advance
Bryan B on Aug 29, 2014
Best Answer: I ended up having to get a different set of bindings for my daughters board because they did not fit. I would double check.
Reply · Report · Maribeth S on Aug 29, 2014
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Hi, will this fit a Burton Feather board? The back of my sz 140 board says that I should buy size Small bindings, but I'm a size 7 boot. Will a size 7 boot fit the small Stiletto binding?
Vicki C on Jul 3, 2014
Best Answer: I have know idea. But I can tell you...My wife wears a size six,
And rides a 138 social it's dope. I bet a small would fit you, once in a bind I rode her binding and board. Just opened everything up. My mens Ion 9.5 boot fit in her stilettos. You'll be able to adjust te cap strap
Reply · Report · R Y on Jul 11, 2014
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Just to be clear will these only work on Burton boards then because this is an EST burton system binding? I ask again since my g/f currently has a the old stilettos (like 2007) on her Flow board now, without an issue; should it be inferred then that she has the "non-EST" burton stiletto? Also, could someone explain to me the advantages of EST vs. Non-est. I understand the variance in the amount of disc holes 4/3 vs. 2, but how is that advantageous? It seems more restricting if anything. Last question would be, is it possible to purchase this binding and replace the EST disc within to a traditional 4 hold disc, then supplying the binding with the versatility to switch between to a Burton EST channel board and non est at will? If someone could help clarify that would be appreciated, I apologize for sheer ignorance in my understanding of the variance between these two types of bindings. Thank you
A shopper on Dec 10, 2013
Best Answer: >> PART 2 of 2 <<

4. This one may be a little bit tricky, hang tight and follow close....The Burton Stiletto EST Snowboard Binding does not have discs (nor do EST bindings come with discs), and the baseplate/chassis does not have a hole for a disc to be placed into. The Stiletto EST bindings have slots on the outsides of the binding that the mounting hardware goes in to attach the bindings to the board's channel system.

The Burton Stiletto EST Snowboard Bindings, and all Burton EST bindings, are only compatible with Burton boards that feature the Channel System.

No you could not purchase the Burton Stiletto EST Snowboard Bindings and replace the disc with a traditional 4x4 discs because the Burton Stiletto EST Snowboard Bindings DO NOT HAVE DISCS.

BONUS ROUND - You could purchase the "regular" 2014 Burton Stiletto Snowboard Bindings because they comes with 3 different discs; each for either 3D, 4x4 (2x4), or Channel System mounting patterns.

Check out the "regular" Burton Stiletto Snowboard Bindings out HERE:

Thanks for taking the time to ask the questions. Hopefully my answers help you to under stand. Please let me know if you need further clarification!
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 12, 2013
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I just recently bought a 142 Burton Social Snowboard with ICS channel board and I wear a size 7 boots. Would it be best for me to buy a size Small or Medium bindings?
Anguyenx3 on Sep 15, 2014
Best Answer: Tien,

Good Day. In this situation Burton suggests that a Medium Binding is the optimal choice for you. You may well know this, but make sure your binding choice is compatible to the Channel System. A few companies offer converter plates too.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Sep 17, 2014
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Can you confirm that the Burton Stiletto EST binding will work on a Burton Nugget board? Also, I have a size 8 Burton boot...the binding has a medium with a range of 6-8 and a large with 8+...which one should I go with? Thanks...
A shopper on Apr 10, 2014
Best Answer: If the the Burton Nugget Snowboard has the Channel System, then yes the Burton Stiletto EST Snowboard Bindings will be compatible. I would suggest getting the size medium (6-8) Stiletto ESTs for your side 8 boots.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Apr 14, 2014
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