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Burton Exile EST

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Sierra Says: A new addition to Burton's line, the Exile EST is the new face of freestyle innovation. This binding is characterized by its lightweight design, enhanced board feel, and park-influenced construction. The Asym straps are clutch for turning tricks in the jib park because the unbalanced design increases lateral board flex, reducing butters and presses to mindless tasks. The Exile EST pairs up great with any Burton freestyle board, including the Hero, Dom, and Fix.

Burton Says: Shed the clutter and keep the core with the NEW Exile EST's bare bones approach to shredding. Experience maximized cushioning, feel, and connectivity with the SensoryBED. Press through the kink and spin harder than a break-dancing rave DJ with the new laterally supportive asym Superstrap. An indestructible baseplate and soft, forgiving "tombstone" hi-back seal the deal in your quest to land tricks that haven't even been named yet.

Features Discontinued Colors
  - RESPONSE: 5
- BASEPLATE: Park Blend EST
- HI-BACK: NEW Single-Component Hi-Back with NEW MicroFLAD
- STRAPS: NEW Park-Specific Asym Superstrap and Ultra Capstrap
- BUCKLES: Smooth Glide Buckles
- CUSHIONING: SensoryBED Cushioning System with B3 Gel Heel Cushioning
- Rides Exclusively with Boards Featuring the Channel

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"SO GOOD" 11/6/2009
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  • Name: Burton Exile EST
  • Pros:  Feel, Weight, Price
  • Cons:  Nothing I can find,
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   When I first saw this binding, my thought was what the heck The highback looks nothing like a traditional Burton binding. This is a stripped down no frills binding that works. The new asym strap offers amazing support and comfort. The feel of this is like no other. I am such a fan of this binding I have two pairs, just so I do not have to change them. If you have not tried the channel with EST you need to. You will never go back. It's my honest belief.

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i was interested in these bindings but do not know what color. I just got a 2010 custom v-rocker limited and the colors consist of white light blue, blue, aqua, yellow, and black. what color combination would you recomend? i noticed the blue yellow and white but wasnt sure


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"Love This Binding!!" 12/26/2012
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  • Name: Burton Exile EST
  • Pros:  Looks great, Comfortable, Good flex and support
  • Cons:  none,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   The Exile is a great binding. The thing I like the most is how comfortable they are. The SensoryBED cushioning with B3 Gel feels amazing under your feet and the Asym strap gives you good comfort and support. I loved these so much I bought another pair for my other board.
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"great for park" 9/26/2011
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  • Name: Burton Exile EST
  • Pros:  flex, price, light
  • Cons:  est,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   these binding are the best park bindings ive ever had. they are lightweight, durible and cheap. they also have them for all boards and just burton boards with the channel system
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"Solid Bindings" 1/18/2011
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  • Name: Burton Exile EST
  • Pros:  Great flex, Great for park,
  • Cons:  Toe strap comes loose,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   Good bindings, great for park, and all mtn. Only problem I had was with the toe straps coming loose. Other than i'd definitely recommend these bindings.
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"Slay!!" 1/12/2011
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  • Name: Burton Exile EST
  • Pros:  Stylin, Comfy, Adjustable
  • Cons:  Nada,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   First ever 5 given on any item!! And for good reason!! They look super clean are super adjustable and slay the park, blast pow and are great for groomers... get em!!
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"I Found The Idol!" 5/2/2010
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  • Name: Burton Exile EST
  • Pros:  Comfortable, Cushioning, Great price point.
  • Cons:  Park specific, Not a lot of support.,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I've only ridden with this binding once but it was a long day. I was riding on my toe edge a whole lot and after a few runs my upper and lower legs hurt as well as my ankles. This could be a result of not having much stamina in my legs but it just didn't feel very supportive for the ankles. I was riding some groomed runs as well as uneven terrain and they performed well but when I went in the park I have to say that they excelled! They were so comfortable landing jumps and really felt very good. I mainly bought these bindings because I was on a budget and most shops were sold out of Cartels but I would say I am satisfied with them as well as I would recommend these to any advanced park rider who wants nice cushioning and a smooth park ride.
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"Soft as butter and padded like marshmallow" 4/6/2010
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  • Name: Burton Exile EST
  • Pros:  Great padding, soft highback, Very comfortable
  • Cons:  Not for the charging freerider,
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   Great freestyle binding that will keep up with you all season in the park. Straps are comfy and the gel padding on the bottom makes those harsh landings of jumps and rails marshmallow soft.
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"Burton Exile EST" 12/8/2009
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  • Name: Burton Exile EST
  • Pros:  Ankle Support, Old-School High Back, Response
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   For the first time i got to ride my new Exile EST coalition bindings with my 09 Burotn Fix and it was fricken amazing... the feel between the board and my boots was the best ive ever had and the response because of this was soooo much fun to ride with. the new super wide ankle strap offers way more uspport when trying to butter and makes a super close fit between the boot and the bindings. I defineatly reccomend to anyone with a board with the channel to try EST bindings, you'll never go bak...
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"Possibly the most comfy I have ridden" 11/6/2011
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  • Name: Burton Exile EST
  • Pros:  non-existent, mellow flex, ASYM straps
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   These are some of the most comfortable bindings I have ever ridden. Every binding is going to fit every foot a bit different but these put no uncomfortable pressure anywhere on my foot.
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"Exile Excellence" 10/24/2011
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  • Name: Burton Exile EST
  • Pros:  Asym strap, Durable, Comfortable
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I love these bindings, seriously, love em... these bindings are supposed to be softer than cartels and missions, but i honestly didn't feel enough of a difference to matter. I prefer a mid flexing binding and felt like the flex of these was just right; enough response for powder and speed; forgiving enough so you can style everything out. The asym ankle strap is just f'n sick. Love it. you can totally feel the difference it makes. more support on your tricks and the overall feel of it is really good. Im gonna have to get the non est Exiles so i can have em on other boards. get these.

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