The cheapest Burton snowboard bindings are the Freestyle Binding, which costs around $110 and still offers a lot of high-quality features. Try the Burton Freestyle Bindings, which have a great base plate and a cap strap, with advice from an experienced snowboarder in this free video on Burton snowboarding equipment.
Hey, what's going on? I'm Matt we're here at Ski N See in Sandy, Utah. Today we're talking about Burton bindings, and kind of what you can get for the best bang for your buck. Now, for grown-ups, people just getting into the sport, you know, the Burton Freestyle Binding is awesome. $110.00, but you got all the added features, you know, that you'd get with a lot of the more high end bindings. You've got Burton's great base plate, really reduces the friction, or I'm sorry, the chatter that you get, you know, from snowboarding, which chatter is the enemy so you want to avoid that. You get a capstrap. Previously, you know, like I said this binding is $110. Even to get this single capstrap, if you buy it up by itself, it's forty bucks off the shelf, you know, so to have that one piece on a $110 binding is a really good value. You can see through here just how padded that ankle strap is. You know, Burton just believes that, even on the bindings that don't cost quite as much money, but still offer great value and performance, you know, they still want to give everybody, all their consumers, you know, a good piece of equipment for their money. You know, you get the tools for lean adjustment, you've got all the micro-adjustments that you can make to really kind of customize your binding to your boot. If you've got any more questions about the Burton Freestyle Binding or any other bindings, check out Utahskis.com, and go ahead and pick yourself up a pair.