Stiletto Re:Flex Snowboard Binding - Women's by Burton
A staple in Burton's ladies' line of bindings for years now, the Burton Stiletto Re:Flex Snowboard Binding is trusted by legions of riders thanks to its easy-going flex, cushy comfort, and bombproof durability. From linking turns on the bunny slope to slaying the expert park, the Stiletto does it all. The Stiletto's softer flex emphasizes comfort and easy turn initiation without excess stiffness holding you back from linking turns or getting creative in the park. The Single-Component Hi-Back is shorter for an optimal fit with female calf muscles without pinching or painful pressure points. Its canted design naturally aligns with your riding stance for seamless energy transfer when you're carving from edge-to-edge. Soaking up nasty vibration underfoot, the FullBed Cushioning System absorbs flat landings and chopped-up snow at the end of the day. Looking to the ankle straps, lightweight Reactstraps blissfully wrap your boots for a locked-in feel. The Supergrip Capstrap pulls the boot back into the binding for a better overall fit with increased responsiveness. Both straps are tool-less adjustable, meaning you'll be able to fine-tune the fit on the mountain.
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