Burton Step On Re:Flex Snowboard Binding - Men's

Burton Step On Re:Flex Snowboard Binding - Men's
Burton Step On Re:Flex Snowboard Binding - Men's
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Step On Re:Flex Snowboard Binding - Men's by Burton
Unlike step-on bindings of the past, which basically featured a metal plate that the sole of your boots would click into, Burton's Step On Re:Flex Snowboard Binding features a traditional highback and a responsive baseplate to give you the feel and support of a standard difference. The big difference is that instead of ankle and toe straps, it features three connection points (one in the heel, two by the toe) that securely lock you into your board. Throw in the Re:Flex FullBED for impact-absorbing performance and your setup is ready to ride all over the trail map. One minute you're riding the lift, the next you're clicked into your bindings and pointing it towards a big park jump or a steep line with complete confidence.

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