Burton Freestyle Bindings are an affordable option for beginner and intermediate snowboarders looking for a softer flexing binding and a cap strap. Enjoy the benefits of a gas pedal on the Burton Freestyle Binding, which expands for growing feet, with information from an experienced snowboarder in this free video on Burton snowboarding equipment.
Hey, how are you doing? My name is Matt, here at Ski 'N See, in Sandy, Utah, talking about the Burton Freestyle Binding. Now, for a hundred and ten dollar binding, this thing is a lot of bang for your buck. Tons of really good features that you get normally, at the higher end level bindings, but all packed into one really affordable, really great binding, especially for beginners, intermediate riders, or freestyle riders, guys that are looking for a little softer flexing binding. This is definitely a great way to go. You've got the advantages of a cap strap, so again, that goes right over the front of your boot, tucks your heel back, keeps your toe down, and when you lean back, that energy doesn't have to go from there to there. It just pivots off your toe, so you get edge to edge really easy, super cushy padded, top ankle strap. Again nice material, good and soft, super good binding. You also have the benefits of that gas pedal, that we talk about there, to where you can extend that out, so moms, dads, you got a younger guy, you're trying to get into snowboarding, teenage kid, feet grow like weeds. Throw them on this binding, and again, it's going to grow with them, and they won't feel like they've advanced out of the binding. It's a really good option, a hundred and ten bucks. Check out utahskis.com, if you've got any more questions, or order yourself a pair.