Burton X EST Snowboard Binding

Burton X EST Snowboard Binding
Burton X EST Snowboard Binding
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X EST Snowboard Binding by Burton
Created with hardwork, innovation, and a pinch of snowboard magic, the light-as-a-feather Burton X EST Snowboard Binding incorporates space-age materials and a leave-the-fluff-behind EST baseplate to roll out a responsive, lightweight feel that'll make you feel like you're flying. Starting with the baseplate, Burton uses a carbon-fiber blend for an ultralight feel and dampened yet consistent response that dominates the entire mountain. That, paired with the lightweight and responsive Carbon Composite Ultra Highback, gives these bindings a noticeable weight reduction while increasing their strength. The Hammockstrap ankle strap is cored out to keep it lightweight, and it has a nylon strip running down the center that gives you a direct connection to your board at all times.

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