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Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings



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Description: Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings

The Mission is a Burton Staple. In the game for over ten years, these bindings know what's up. Featuring a durable design for dropping hardcore hammers, the Mission is a tank. A highly versatile beast, the Mission's objectives are everything from lapping lines in the park to plowing through pillows of pow. Including a Re:Flex technology, you can experience natural flexibility with added cushion for maximum comfortability. And said to have reached more riders than any other binding, the Mission is making history. Complete your Mission with Burton.

Key Features of the Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings:
  • Response: 6
  • Baseplate: NEW Single-Component 30% Short-Glass/Nylon Composite Re:Flex
  • Hi-Back: NEW Single-Component Canted living Hinge Zero-lean Hi-Back with DialFlAD
  • Straps: Superstrap and Gettagrip Capstrap
  • Buckles: Smooth Glide Buckles
  • Cushioning: Re:Flex FullBED Cushioning System
  • Features Re-Ground Materials in Baseplate and Hi-Back to Reduce Waste

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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Why did you choose this? Store
A friend told me they were good quality bindings.
Eric W on Mar 17, 2014
Needed some new bindings, only buy from the house
Jonathan H on Feb 20, 2014
A friend told me they were good quality bindings.
Eric W on Mar 17, 2014
I chose these on accident. Did not need the EST.
Justin J on Mar 9, 2014
Needed some new bindings, only buy from the house
Jonathan H on Feb 20, 2014
Quality product good price
Tracy H on Feb 15, 2014
because its a badass binding meant for people who can actually ride the mountain
michael c on Jan 21, 2014
Local Snowboard shop recommended best buy for money/quality/expertise level.
Very impressed with construction quality.
Cooper W on Jan 21, 2014
because its good
Mary L on Jan 19, 2014
The videos on the website were extremely helpful and informative and I have experience with a similar product. The cost was more reasonable than the latest edition of this particular binding.
Tristan F on Jan 19, 2014
Was told i cant go wrong with these bindings.
Chen L on Jan 17, 2014
I have the same ones in true blue and they are a birthday gift for my brother
Landon G on Jan 16, 2014
been rockin the original 2001 mission bindings and after a decade+ with only a few broken straps, 1 snapped high back, and a cracked base plate- i decided to treat myself...
Alex C on Jan 15, 2014
I really like the high back of the burton binding. I've used several burton bindings and these are an excellent choice for a reasonable price.
Adam H on Jan 12, 2014
for the 0 degree Hi-Back
Christopher H on Jan 11, 2014
I heard from other snowboarders that they were good.
Lisa S on Jan 9, 2014
Know brand and good price with the toe straps. Also a good set for my first bindings
Weston S on Jan 8, 2014
burton reliability at a great price point.
Andrew L on Jan 8, 2014
reviews said this would have stiffer flex toe to heel than customs but allowed natural board flex front t back
Jason G on Jan 5, 2014
My last burton bindings rocked!
Daniel S on Jan 4, 2014
To work with my Burton Bigfoot board & to go shred it up on Bear Mt

The-House RULES!
Rondi R on Dec 31, 2013
Very Reliable.
Kyle G on Dec 30, 2013
price and review
Jason S on Dec 30, 2013
first choice was the burton custom 15, but not in stock... after some research I chose these, like all the specs only thing IDK about is the base plate ( or lack there of) but that could also be an up side, won't know til I ride it. But for being a boarder for well over 15 yrs. I think I learned a thing or two and these binding are a great deal!
Chris L on Dec 27, 2013
fit me perfect intermediate beginner
vincent p on Dec 26, 2013
Phillip L on Dec 26, 2013
Alli said to buy this one!!
Enough said.
Great deal.
Lee H on Dec 21, 2013
Wonderful price. Needed something to get my boyfriend through this season because his old ones were torn up. He wants a new board next year and will most likely get a board with the EST channel so I didnt want to spend too much on new bindings that he wont be able to use after this year. He has an older pair of Missions and he has liked them.
Meredith M on Dec 18, 2013
It was a great deal, even though I wanted the red ones. But they were out of stock
Erik N on Dec 14, 2013
replacement of old mission. good price on 2013 model
Patty H on Dec 13, 2013
Previously purchased these for my daughter - who loves them.
TomKAZ on Dec 12, 2013
My friend told me about your awesome deals so I decided to buy them, because they are good quality bindings.
Charles O on Dec 12, 2013
Burton bindings are by far the most responsive and durable bindings in my opinion. Have a older set of mission bindings on my current set up, wanted to upgrade to a newer model and colors to match my board.
Sean C on Dec 11, 2013
Borrowed a pair of these bindings from a friend. They worked great and the quality was much better than my old K2's. Had to get a pair of my own.
Michael S on Dec 11, 2013
Value for price
Frank M on Dec 11, 2013
son chose all items
Jennifer K on Dec 10, 2013
favorite color is red
PATRICK K on Dec 9, 2013
My son requested it for Christmas.
Kathleen B on Dec 9, 2013
For boyfriends birthday
Robin S on Dec 8, 2013
The price is great and it it a good binding.
George G on Dec 7, 2013
It is what my grandson wanted
Keven E on Dec 2, 2013
best bindings on sale
Alexander S on Dec 2, 2013
theyre good
Timothy C on Nov 30, 2013
Kyle D on Nov 29, 2013
Price and the technology put into the missions
ben m on Nov 26, 2013
unbelievable price
john g on Nov 25, 2013
Color and price from a reputable brand.
Matthew E on Nov 22, 2013
Selected by family member
Ronald M on Nov 20, 2013
solid binder, second pair, they work.
tim m on Nov 17, 2013
friend told me to
Troy H on Nov 17, 2013
Needed a good set that will last. I bought bindings on clearance last time and they lasted two seasons. Good reviews.
Christian S on Nov 15, 2013
bang for your buck
Joshua M on Nov 11, 2013
I chose these on accident. Did not need the EST.
Justin J on Mar 9, 2014
Quality product good price
Tracy H on Feb 15, 2014
hey I have a process flying v burton snowboard and was wondering if all burton bindings were track bindings like a single line binding attachment?
A shopper on Nov 10, 2013
BEST ANSWER: No, all Burton bindings are not limited to the channel (single line) system. But the vast majority will fit the channel system.
Burton is first and foremost based on the 3D hole pattern, and the 4x pattern that all vendors use, and most come with a disc that will allow for to the channel.
I recently bought a technine/whisky militia collab board which has a flex rating of 3/9. Im going to be riding mostly terrain and free riding and was wondering if these would work well with my board for the type of riding I want to do?
nsteinberger77 on Oct 12, 2013
BEST ANSWER: yes these would work good. Rode them all last season, they are a solid binding.
Would these bindings in large fit good on the 155 Ride Manic 2013 board, also I wear size 10 boots?
A shopper on Dec 1, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I am not familiar with that board but I can say that I have larges on my 155 K2 Raygun and wear size 10 and they work great. Should work fine for you
are these bindigs a good combination with the Burton Custom Smalls 145Wide 2014 Boys?
A shopper on Oct 13, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure of the board your referring to. All I can really say about these bindings that their amazing. They absorb so much of the bumps, feels like your floating. They also offer great support. Would strongly recommend these bindings.
will the 4x4 plates work with a 2x4 board?
A shopper on Nov 24, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Yes 4x4 and 2x4 are one in the same. It's just that there are more positioning options available on different boards...but the basic attachment is the same.
What's your take on zero lean? I got these and I definitely see the theory behind it and being a skateboarder can see how that it would bridge the gap for that loose feel. Just wondering other peoples opinions or if anyone has experience with them for their insite.
justin m on Oct 11, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I rock forward lean. Have been for years. I have tried rocking zero lean but it feels like somethings missing. My style is fast freeriding. If you are mainly a park rat this may be for you, but if you need response and support maybe not the best option.
I have a K2 Playback Wide and i wear size 13 boots would these Burton Mission Bindings be good for a beginner. And would they fit my board?
A shopper on May 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings are a great well rounded binding with adjustable toe ramps that would be perfect for your foot size.
Will these fit my 162 salomon drift rocker? Because I hear they can only take certain bindings
Kevin R on Feb 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings will fit all boards with the exception of the Burton channel system boards.
Can a ride board with 4x4 use EST bindings?
A shopper on Jan 26, 2014
BEST ANSWER: No an EST binding will not fit 4x4. However this Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings is not an EST binding and will fit a Ride snowboard.
Will these bindings fit on a k2 world wide weapon?
A shopper on Dec 29, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Yes the Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings will fit on a K2 WWW.
Does adding the EST conversion kit change the feel of these? In other words, does this binding with the EST conversion kit feel like the actual EST Mission Binding or is there a difference?
A shopper on Dec 28, 2013
BEST ANSWER: These Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings have Re:Flex discs that are compatible with the Burton Channel System. The Re:Flex discs work excpetionally well with the Re:Flex baseplate that these Missions have.

The Re:Flex baseplate/disc combination will give you the closest feel to that of an actual Burton EST binding. Does it fell different? Not enough to make tell.
Hi, looks like there is only size "Large (10+)" in stock. I'm wearing the boots with US size 10, will that be okay to fit this binding? Thanks!
Nick K on Dec 25, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Hello Nick,

Yes a size large Burton Mission Snowboard Binding will fit your size 10 (US) boots perfectly.
will a size 6 ladies boot (size 37 european) fit the small size of these mission bindings?
A shopper on Dec 16, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Yes the men's Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings in a size small can fit women's snowboard boots that range from size 5 to 9. You're in luck.
Would the red missions in size large fit the burton ration 148?
Shane D on Nov 27, 2013

Yes the size large Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings would fit on a 148cm Burton Ration Snowboard.
Will the Large (10+) bindings work with a 9-9.5 size boot?
John W on Nov 19, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Yes size 9-9.5 boots will fit in the size large Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings, but size medium would fit much better. I actually ride size medium Burton Cartels with size 11 Burton SLx boots.

Check out these Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings, we have them in size medium »
what is the biggest size these bindings go up to? like 14 or 15?
Jake M on Oct 9, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Generally size large Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings, with all of the furthest adjustments made, can fit a size 14 boot. Almost every signal Burton Snowboard Boot now has a technology called Shrinkage Footprint Reduction that brings the boot imprint down a full size.
What is the difference between this 2013 Mission binding and the one that's listed for $107.95 ( Also, I'm currently riding with 07/08 Custom bindings. I'm an beginner to intermediate freerider - would it be beneficial to upgrade to the Mission bindings or upgrade to the newer Custom bindings?
Chris O on Aug 20, 2013
BEST ANSWER: There is a a lot of difference between the 2013 Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings and the ones listed for $107.95 (2009 Burton Mission). The the highback, baseplate design, ankle strap, toe strap, and footbed are all different. The biggest difference is the baseplate. Both are built from 30% Short Glass Nylon Composite, but the 2013 Burton Mission's have a new baseplate design called Re:Flex. Re:Flex means that the underfoot section of the plate have been cored out/removed to enhance the natural flex of the board, and increase board/snow feel. The Re:Flex design eliminates flexless dead spots on the board.

I'd say step up and get the 2013 Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings, you won't regret it.
Will this binding fit with a channel board?
A shopper on Apr 6, 2014
(Matt) : im interested in the Mission bindings size LG I wear a size 11 burton boot , i guess i have several questions and im thankful for those who can answer , im not a "park Rat" no pun to those who are i just want a good binding for my board that allows me to ride all day unlike the current bindings i have , im more into carving the mountain terrain w/ the occasional jump or obstical that being said my board is 155x25 from the measurement i just took. ( im not fluent with boarding terminology )
i have a PILL board ( which i found out recently is no longer in business , great light thin board )
it was outfitted with Nitro Binding both older makes at least 10 years but in great condition , i dont do it enough to change my board , i surf and i enjoy snowboarding.
after talking to a friend he suggested looking at a package for boots and bindings but i like my burton boots & my questions are would i need new boots for these missions? are these the right bindings for my style of riding ? if not does anyone have a recommendations? ( Keep in mind they have to be 4x4 ) im 6'!" is and picked the board out as a gift when i was ready to stop renting and became in my opinion an intermediate boarder, this is dating back 12 years ago i don't remember if they sold me a novice level or intermediate level board either way id like the binding to be compatible w/ the board

Thank you for any answers to my questions
Mathew F on Feb 3, 2014
I just purchased a K2 Parkstar 157cm(wide) and am in the market for some bindings. Really interested in a rear entry system but hesitant, just looking for some options looking for a price point of no higher than around $200, what would you recommend?
Jonathon G on Jan 23, 2014