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Burton Men's Genesis Re:Flex Snowboard Binding

$379.95

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Supercharged suspension and ultimate comfort in a binding that redefines high performance! The Men's Genesis Re:Flex Snowboard Binding was built to meet the comfort, strength, and power demands of Burton's® Team Riders. Featuring a slightly softer flex and advanced anatomical design, it combines the plushest in cushioning with straps and hi-back that cradle and wrap your boots in ultimate comfort.

This binding's AutoCANT™ FullBed cushioning system uses dual-density EVA to automatically settle your boot into a natural position for improved board control and reduced fatigue. The zero forward lean hi-back is completely vertical and designed for riders who prefer a more playful and relaxed feel. Advanced composites keep it lightweight, with across-the-board compatibility.

  • Universally compatible with all current snowboard mounting systems
  • Re:Flex mounting system dramatically improves board flex and feel, while also reducing weight
  • MicroFLAD™ System uses lever and sliding plate system to set forward lean angle of hi-back
  • Canted hi-back design follows natural contours of your legs for maximum control and comfort
  • Kickback Hammock hi-back cradles heel in complete suspension
  • Single-component baseplate construction
  • Hammockstrap™ ankle strap
  • Supergrip Capstrap™ 2.0 toe strap
  • B3 Gel Cushioning
  • Double Take™ Buckles
  • Response / Personality: Medium
  • Color: Black

Size Chart / Boot Size:

  • Medium: 8-11
  • Large: 10+

Style Number: BUR10547109002M

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Jake Burton Carpenter founded Burton® Snowboards out of his Vermont barn back in 1977 and has dedicated his life to snowboarding ever since. Burton served a pivotal role in growing snowboarding from a backyard hobby to a world-class sport by creating groundbreaking products, supporting the world's best riders and pushing more resorts to allow snowboarding.