Offering a versatile, mid-level flex and plush cushioning underfoot, the Burton Scribe EST Binding transforms the entire mountain into a giant playground, allowing you to leave your signature on every zone. It's built off Burton's EST baseplate, which eliminates the mounting disc for greater flex and board feel underfoot. Since it does away with a traditional mounting disc, the Scribe EST Binding mounts exclusively to Burton Snowboards with The Channel mounting system. The ergonomic Canted Hi-Back seamlessly transfers energy to your heelside edge without being overly stiff when messing around the park and linking low-speed turns. All of Burton's women's-specific bindings have shorter Hi-Back designs. This allows comfortable riding without pinching, as a woman's calf muscle is located lower than their male counterparts. Absorbing nasty vibration from choppy snow and flat landings, the SensoryBed cushioning disperses impact underfoot, while 3D-curved Reactstraps wrap your boots without painful pressure points sidelining you before last chair. The Supergrip Capstraps snugly hug the tip of your boots for greater response when you're carving from edge-to-edge. And to ensure quick ratcheting, Burton's Smooth Glide buckles engage and release without seizing up, even in bitter-cold temps.
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