Burton FREESTYLE


Brand: Burton
Modelyear: 2018

Manufacturers description

(Official information from Burton)


What do you think about Burton FREESTYLE?
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W-SAD
19/11/2010
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Strenghts:
Light bindings to get on and off. GREAT beauty, fit your boots.

Weaknesses:
Nothing what I can see.

Summary:
Comfortable binding, even for advanced and a little beginner skiing.

ChristofferEngstrom
17/03/2006
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Strenghts:
Really good bond!
Sitting very nice!
Get it in no time with a slight drag over the buckle!
Really smooth!

Weaknesses:
Do not know.

Summary:
Basic but does not learn to be more affordable with such quality and thoughtfulness!

walkir
10/02/2005
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Good binding with limited settings. Do not like the screws pointing out the binding on my model (1998). It has caused my boots to be torn up when I get out. Equally high back cover that provides good support. Unfortunately, I can not set the angle of it anymore. The plastic bite behind flew off the second or third year with the binding.

The latest generation of Freestyle seems plastic and I think there are better options today.

Reverbtankar
09/03/2004
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cool binding for a good price.

IRuleDude
10/12/2002
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shaky bonding that has been a faithful servant for many years, keeps well and fast in excitement.
However, will replace it this year, thinking of mission

Dundree
11/01/2002
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They cost about: 1500 kronor you can tense pretty hard that they are good and they are easy to wear.

Thullan
05/01/2002
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Advantages: timeless, comfortable base plate, affordable, buckles fast to tighten and snap up. Good quality and finnish

Cons: Unnecessarily heavy and the straps are way too long. The buckles are tied up in the straps so you can not cut them anyway without the widest bit that will end up over the ankle rather ending on the side of the foot. In later years, this is fixed with a telescopic wrist strap.

The fit between the back cover and the base plate becomes worse if you want to turn the backrests from the centered position, or want to angle them more forward.

The plastic slap tensioning straps feel too slippery and do not bite well enough as if they were metal.

However, the benefits weigh heavier than the disadvantages

lebonbon
26/11/2001
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This is away's "trick model" that has looked the same for the right time. Is probably the bond all brands have tried to mimic but have not succeeded in later years.

Personally, I think it's clearly the best I've driven in. It's not the world's most slim but weighs about as much as the custom variant. Very affordable and thoughtful. Burton's bonds have dominated for a long time and this is no exception. In my opinion, you might as well buy this instead of the custom tie. Cruel comfort and fast straps, and you'll get away warranty, which usually means free spare parts. :)