Trusted by pros and Joes alike, the legendary Burton Cartel EST Snowboard Binding delivers proven performance on everything from high-speed heli runs and slopestyle courses to urban handrails and wide-open groomers. Perfected over many years, it delivers ramped-up response, fine-tuned flex, and ample support for those who seek to send it. Dual-component baseplate construction features a softer material underfoot to enhance board feel and flex with a lightning-quick edge-to-edge response. Living Hinge eliminates hardware and weight, and it allows you to adjust forward lean and highback rotation independently so you can get a truly custom setup. DialFlad allows you to crank up the forward lean angle on your highback for extra support when you're carving up icy pipe walls. Dual-density EVA in the AutoCant footbed allows your boot to settle into a natural position that aligns your joints naturally to reduce fatigue and improve control, and it has B3 Gel to absorb shock from harsh landings and minimize vibrations for a smoother ride. The Hammockstrap gives you a direct connection to your board at all times, meaning your board instantly responds to your every command.
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