Burton

NEW! $250 Burton Lexa EST Womens Snowboard Bindings! Small White

$129.99

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$250

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Brand

Burton

Model

Lexa EST

Item

456233

Type

Never Used

Size

SMALL

Gender

Women

Condition

New

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Product Information

These are brand new Burton Lexa ESt snowboard bindings. Burton Lexa EST Snowboard Bindings - Featuring more cushioning, board feel, and anatomical correctness than any women’s binding before, the Escapade EST redefines what it means to rule the entire mountain. At its heart is the increased drive and comfort of Burton’s new SuperBED, which softens landings while keeping you more in touch with your terrain. Team riders Hannah, Kelly, and Ellery all swear by the power of its potion. Take a swig and see what’s possible.. TECH SPECS NOTE: BECAUSE THESE ARE BURTON EST BINDINGS THEY CAN ONLY BE USED WITH BURTON BOARDS USING THE CHANNEL SYSTEM. 30% Short-Glass/Nylon Composite EST baseplate offers a slightly higher amount of response with sacrificing mobility. Strap: Cored Ultrastrap Air ankle strap and the new Gettagrip Capstrap - the lightest-weight straps available. Dual-component Smooth Glide buckles have a buttery entry and exit, and unmatched strength. New removable SuperBED Cushioning System with B3 Gel Heel Cushioning. Burton’s new Dual-Component Canted Living Hinge and Real Mesh highback features an ultra lightweight, ergonomic design that follows the natural contours of your left and right legs to maximize power and increase comfort. The Living Hinge eliminates excess hardware and weight and even allows you to adjust your forward lean independent of your highback rotation. SIZE: US Womens Small – Fits Sizes US 4 to 6.

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Questions

Question

Hi there. I was wondering if you would be able to tell me what year these binding are. Thanks!

Answer

hi, I'm not sure, sorry - they aren't current though

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