Burton Women's Lexa EST Snowboard Bindings
Striking a balance between softness and responsiveness, the Burton Lexa EST Snowboard Bindings for women truly have it all. They feature a women's specific True Fit design, meaning that every element of your setup has been designed and engineered for the way women ride. The lightweight, flexible baseplate offers just the right combination of responsiveness and playfulness without sacrificing power. The Hi-Back is lightweight and ultra-responsive, with enough flexibility maximize comfort and control, and plenty of adjustment to find your perfect, custom fit. The heel hammock wraps around the heel of your boot, allowing lightning fast response out of turns with your heel cradled in complete suspension. Durable and lightweight dual-component buckles with smooth glide technology give you season after season of buttery smooth and reliable ratcheting power. Dual-density EVA automatically settles your boot into a natural position regardless of stance width or angles for improved comfort, reduced fatigue, and more direct board control, while B3 gel offers cushion and impact-absorption. With everything the Lexa EST bindings have to offer, it's no wonder these are the all around team favorite.
- Women's specific True Fit design
- Baseplate: 30% short-glass/nylon composite EST
- Hi-Back: Single-component Canted Living Hinge zero-lean hi-back with DialFLAD and Heel Hammock
- Superstrap and Gettagrip Capstrap
- New dual-component Smooth Glide buckles
- Removable AutoCANT SensoryBED Cushioning System with B3 gel
- Rides exclusively with Burton boards featuring The Channel
- Features re-ground materials in baseplate and hi-back to reduce waste
Buy the Burton Lexa EST Snowboard Bindings for Women from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.
Reviews - Burton Women's Lexa EST Snowboard Bindings
Better feel of the board
I gave durability and quality excellent ratings in good faith but these two remain to be seen since I haven't had the bindings long. My previous Burton bindings are still good, even after 3 years of riding an average of 20 days/season. At first, I couldn't really tell the difference of the feel. My problem was that I was on groomers, not doing anything out of the ordinary. As soon as I got off-piste and started playing around on uneven terrain, I got it. I could feel the board much better and got a much better feel for the terrain and landings. I'm using these on a Burton Lip-Stick 145, (my 3rd board) and loving it. I have the 3D glasses, (cyan), color which is super cute.