Size 6-8 US Women's. BRAND NEW BINDINGS IN THE BOX. Ships from the US (not Canada). If you like this binding, don't wait!
Burton Scribe EST Snowboard Bindings - Women's : Youre not about to let anything get between you and your daily dose of shredding. But 24 hours a day inside your bindings can make even the best go mad. Lightweight with a soft, playful flex, the ShopGirl-inspired Burton Scribe EST Snowboard Binding screams comfort with its ShredBED cushioning and anatomically correct highback. With asym shaped straps, switch it up choosing between lateral power for pressing or medial mobility for tweaked out trickery.For pre-2011 Channel boards, use the silver hardware that came with your board. Baseplate: By removing the materials from beneath your feet, Burton was able to not only drastically reduce weight, but open imaginations up to entirely new designs. With EST, the possibilities for cushioning and enhanced board feel are infinite, and so are the stance options. Get it all without ever sacrificing the edge-to-edge power you know and trust. Straps: Asymmetrical straps have Superstrap construction, are 3D® curved with a triple axis spine, have a laterally supportive asym shape, and NeoPadding for added comfort.
Highback: The simplicity of a one-piece hi-back means immediate response. Through material blands Burton manipulates the overall flex profile- from buttery to responsive. Canted highbacks are an ergonomic design that follows the natural contours of your left and right legs to maximize control and comfort. Smooth Glide Buckles combine with the removable ShredBED 2.0 cushioning system to give you a comfortable and easily adjustable fit. The item "NEW Burton SCRIBE EST M Medium Snowboard Bindings Black White Womens" is in sale since Monday, February 6, 2017.
This item is in the category "Sporting Goods\Winter Sports\Snowboarding\Bindings". The seller is "jlfriedlander" and is located in Los Angeles, California. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.