Escapade EST Snowboard Binding - Women's by Burton
The Burton Escapade EST Snowboard Binding features an innovative suspension system on the highback and ankle strap to provide a ride that's not only more responsive, but more comfortable, too, so you can shred the entire mountain all day long. The Kickback Hammock highback uses a suspension system to cradle the back of your boot for immediate response on turns and reduced fatigue during long days. The EST baseplate minimizes the dead zone underfoot so your board flexes naturally and allows for infinite adjustability. A PodBED cushioning system in the footbed evenly distributes your weight, absorbs shock from harsh landings, and smooths out vibrations when you're plowing through chop and chunder. The Hammockstrap ankle strap is cored-out to keep it lightweight, and it has a nylon strip running down the center that gives you a direct connection to your board at all times. The Super Grip Capstrap 2. 0 locks down your boot securely without creating pressure points, and you'll never have to sweat about it slipping off mid-run. Double Take buckles have teeth on both sides to make clicking in faster and smoother, not to mention more secure.
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