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Burton Women's Lexa Re:Flex Snowboard Binding


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Boasting legendary all-terrain performance, it's no wonder the Burton® Women's Lexa Re:Flex™ Snowboard Binding is a top pick for a whole host of Burton (and non-Burton) pro riders! This binding's DialFLAD™ system features a rotating dial for making adjustments to the zero forward lean angle of the hi-back, which is completely vertical and designed for riders who prefer a more playful and relaxed feel.

Crank the straps for a supportive fit that cradles the foot and works with the hi-back for the consistent, responsive feel that earned this all-mountain binding its pro-level reputation. Lexa's Re:Flex FullBED™ cushioning system provides full underfoot cushioning, maximizing comfort while minimizing fatigue, and features a trap door design for easy-access to mounting hardware. Pro-caliber control for experiencing the entire mountain!

  • Universally compatible with all current snowboard mounting systems
  • Re:Flex mounting system dramatically improves board flex and feel, while also reducing weight
  • Hammockstrap™ 2.0 ankle strap
  • Supergrip Capstrap™ toe strap
  • Easy to secure, single-component Smooth Glide™ Buckles feature aluminum levers and a steel base for durability
  • Single-component baseplate construction
  • Nylon composite material blended with 30% short-glass provides playful response
  • Hinge hi-back technology eliminates hardware and weight
  • Single-component canted hi-back construction
  • Response / Personality: Stiff
  • Color: Black

Size Chart / Boot Size:

  • Medium: 6-8
  • Large: 8+

Style Number: BUR10545107002L, BUR10545107002M

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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.