About Burton Cartel Snowboarding Bindings
Burton Cartel snowboarding bindings are one of the best intermediate to pro-level bindings and offer a variety of light-weight and flexible features. Learn about the convertible toe strap, tool-less high back switching and super shock absorbers on Burton Cartel bindings from an experienced snowboarder in this free video on Burton snowboarding equipment.
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Hey, how you doin'? My name's Matt. We're here at Ski N' See, in Sandy, Utah. Gonna' talk about the Burton Cartel binding right now. As far as a great intermediate to pro level binding, you know, this binding here is definitely the hard to beat piece of equipment. Super good nylon braided material, really durable, super lightweight. It's been gutted out here, you know, to reduce weight; also along the sides and the back, and super damp, so if you land real hard on a flat landing or somethin' like that this binding's going to absorb a lot of that shock. The other big thing about this binding is got a convertible toe strap, so you can ride that over the front of your toe like that, or kick it up over the front of your boot if you like that kind of old school traditional feel in a binding. It's got nice padded ankle strap right there, super cushy, so it'll keep you nice and comfortable while you're riding. You don't have the dead foot syndrome, which is never any good. Totally toolless highback switching, so if you like to ride a little more, you know, forward lean you can do that on your highback. Also, it has a cannon highback. You can see that right there. What that does is it displaces the pressure on your legs. So, get the outside of your binding here. When you're riding that's the pressure points in here, you know, so you want to have that nice, it just gives it that nice strong feeling. So, you're in there, you're feeling secur secure, and you got a lot of room to maneuver if you're trying to bone out tricks, and things like that. So again, this is great binding. If you need one of those bindings, you have any more questions check out utahskis.com, and you'll find a bunch of stuff there.