DESCRIPTION:

The Burton Mission Bindings are exactly what you need for your next mission. Grab your board, grab your mates and head out on the mountain for a day of slashing, grabbing, and adventure. That's what the Mission is all about. With a medium-stiff flex you can hit up any thing on the mountain or backcountry with confidence and comfort. One of the longest running bindings in the Burton range the Mission is a go getter!

PRICE:

$239.99

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Key Features

Flex: Medium-Stiff 6/10 (1 Soft - 10 Stiff)

Board Compatibility: Burton EST bindings are only compatible with Burton ICS channel boards. (Available in a Re: Flex version also, which will universally fit all mounting systems).

Base Plate: A single component short glass base plate gives a consentient and even flex. Stiff enough for all mountain riding yet playful for the park.

High Back: Using a simplified one-piece highback means instant response. Canted Living Hinge, this wipes out extra hardware for a lighter binding. The ergonomic hi-back build follows the natural contours of your left and right leg for control and comfort.

Buckles: Smooth glide buckles are some of the best in the industry. Aluminium leavers are strong and reliable plus they do up and release smoothly. 

Straps: The Reactstrap has a minimum 3D construction and will be comfy over any boot. Gettagrip Capstraps have added rubber to hold onto your boot and keep you locked in to the back of your binding. 

Cushioning: The FullBED cushioning system EVA will reduce foot and leg fatigue, and help absorb any heavy landings. Under baseplate dampening pad will absorb chatter and ultimately help you rip longer and better.

 

Small:

Men's boot size: 6-8 // UK 5-7 // Euro 41-44 // Mondo 24-26

Women's boot size: 5-9 

Medium:

Men's boot size: US 8-11 // UK 7-10 // Euro 41-44 // Mondo 26-29

Women's boot size: 9-11 

Large:

Men's boot size: US10+ // UK10+ // Euro 43+ // Mondo 28+

  • Not sure which binding size to get? Check out our binding size chart here.


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