Burton Freestyle Re:Flex Snowboard Binding

Burton Freestyle Re:Flex Snowboard Binding
Burton Freestyle Re:Flex Snowboard Binding
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Freestyle Re:Flex Snowboard Binding by Burton
A staple in the Burton line for over 20 years, the Freestyle Re:Flex Snowboard Binding offers smooth-flexing performance and a wallet-friendly price. Whether you're just learning to link turns or you're a veteran park slayer on a budget, the Freestyle has you covered. Its softer flex is easy to control, making it ideal for beginners who seek a forgiving feel, as well as freestyle junkies who like to tweak tricks in the park. The lightweight and practically bombproof polycarbonate base stands up to any abuse you can throw at it. new for this season are lighter and lower-profile Reactstraps that deliver comfortable response. FullBED cushioning soaks up shock and vibrations from overshot jumps and chewed-up snow. Flex Slider makes strapping in at the top of the lift a breeze, thanks to a hinging zone that lets the ankle strap fall fully open.

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SKU: BUR02WR
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