Burton x Red Wing Malavita Re:Flex Snowboard Binding

Burton x Red Wing Malavita Re:Flex Snowboard Binding
$349.95
x Red Wing Malavita Re:Flex Snowboard Binding by Burton
Price subject to change | SKU: BUR021Z

Burton x Red Wing Malavita Re:Flex Snowboard Binding

As if being the go-to choice for Burton's halfpipe crushers and rail slayers wasn't enough, the legendary Malavita just got a serious style upgrade in the form of the Burton x Red Wing Malavita Re:Flex Snowboard Binding. It's the same comfy and responsive medium-flexing binding you know and love with the addition of genuine American-tanned Red Wing leather on the straps to give it a look that will turns heads on the slopes just as much as your tricks do. A responsive baseplate provides the power and precision needed to carve icy pipe walls, launch kickers, and blast pow turns. The medium-flexing Canted Living Hinge highback is tweakable for styling out grabs and jibs, but it's still supportive enough to handle the biggest hits in the jump line. Heel Hammock lets you run your straps a little looser while still maintaining a responsive connection, so you get fast edge-to-edge transitions without squeezing the feeling out of your foot. The Hammockstrap ankle strap has a nylon strip running down the center that gives you a direct connection to your board at all times, meaning your board instantly responds to your every command. Plus, the asymmetric shape is reversible to allow you to choose between power or mobility. At the front, the Supergrip Capstrap locks down your boot securely without creating pressure points, so you'll never have to sweat about it slipping off mid-run.

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