Scribe Re:Flex Snowboard Binding - Women's by Burton
Offering a happy medium flex and plush cushioning underfoot, the Burton Women's Scribe Re:Flex Snowboard Binding transforms the entire mountain into a giant playground, allowing you to leave your signature mark across fresh powder lines, banked snake runs, and terrain parks. It's built off Burton's Re:Flex chassis, which features a Living Hinge disc for maximizing the true flex and feel of your board underfoot. Re:Flex is compatible with any mounting system on the market, working with both traditional 4-hole, as well as Burton's Channel system. Ergonomically shaped to follow the natural contours of your legs, the Canted Hi-Back seamlessly transfers energy to your heelside edge. All of Burton's women's-specific bindings have shorter Hi-Back designs, which allows you to ride comfortably without pinching. The FullBed cushioning system with an under-baseplate dampening pad disperses impact for a plush feel underfoot, while 3D-curved Reactstraps wrap your boots without painful pressure points sidelining you during epic powder days and spirited park sessions. The Supergrip Capstraps snugly hug the tip of your boots for greater response when you're carving from edge-to-edge, and Burton's Smooth Glide buckles engage and release without seizing up, even in bitter-cold temperatures.
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