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Burton Exile

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Sierra Says: The new Exile is a perfect compliment to any park board. Lightweight, reliable, and comfy, this is great for the devoted freestyle guy looking for a mid-soft flexing binding. The addition of the new Asym ankle straps increase lateral board flex, reducing butters and presses to mindless tasks. Pick up the Exile and be stoked!

Burton Says: The greatest revolutions begin in Exile. Whether getting blunted on a downhill ledge or tweaked and twisted on the Hollywood line at your local hill, this workhorse is all about pure, unadulterated shred. The new "tombstone" hi-back is simple like snowboarding's supposed to be, while new asym straps focus lateral support for legit presses and lazy butters. Impact-absorbing B3 Gel and EVA beg you to break one off the top rope.

Features Discontinued Colors
  - RESPONSE: 5
- BASEPLATE: Park Blend
- HI-BACK: NEW Single-Component Hi-Back with NEW MicroFLAD
- STRAPS: NEW Park-Specific Asym Superstrap and Ultra Capstrap
- BUCKLES: Smooth Glide Buckles
- CUSHIONING: EVA Baseplate Padding and B3 Gel Heel Cushioning

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"Very Soft!" 10/24/2011
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  • Name: Burton Exile
  • Pros:  Very soft flex, Easily Adjustable,
  • Cons:  Footbed tears to easily, Troubles with ratcheting ,
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   With the season coming up I got myself a new pair of bindings, which are the burton exile est's. I picked them up for 100 bux brand new on fleabay, so totally worth the price. Mounted these babies to test the flex and it is a very soft and forgiving binding! All the straps are very easily adjustable, so if you need to make any changes on the mountain you can do so, and without a tool if you're just changing the length of the straps. The high backs on these are tapered, going from relatively skinny at the bottom to wide at the the top, this helps maintain the control of the back edging while you're boot is flexing in the binding. The things I did not like about this binding were the fact that the footbed of the bindings were tearing very easily, and I was just on the carpet of my room testing out the response and flex of them. Also, I was having a hard time unbuckling the bindings, but overall a great pick up!
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"Exiles" 10/5/2011
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  • Name: Burton Exile
  • Pros:  Asym Strap, Durable, Comfortable
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   Another excellent binding made by the big B. I really love my exiles... they are supposed to be a softer flex than cartels and missions but to be honest, i personally couldn't tell any difference until conditions got a little harder/icier, and even then it wasn't a mushy feeling at all. The asym strap however, is flat out AMAZING. i really felt the strap's extra leverage when tweaking stuff. I would love the asym strap on all my bindings from now on... if you want a little less aggressive binding then the Cartel then get these.
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"burton exile bindings- Mens" 3/7/2011
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  • Name: Burton Exile
  • Pros:  soft, toe strap doesnt slip off of toe, comfortable
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   i use these in the park and they work great for me. i ride in manitoba most of the time so there's not much else to ride. there really comfortable, the ultra toe strap works great it really. i love these bindings i'd recomend them to people who ride mostly park.
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Weight: 210 lbs
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"BUY THESE" 1/12/2011
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  • Name: Burton Exile
  • Pros:  Jumps, Jibs, adjustability
  • Cons:  Attachment to board,
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   I've never been a fan of the way burton makes their bindings attach to their boards, but this one is suprisingly easy. It's very low impact on jumps, and supports my ankle very well which has been injured many times. There are no pressure points and it is very comfortable to ride. it's also very adjustable and you don't need a screw driver for the strap adjustments. a great buy
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"love these bindings" 12/21/2010
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  • Name: Burton Exile
  • Pros:  very responsive, great price,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   demo'd them with a burton hero, loved them. very responsive, sweet ride. maneuvered through some glades with no problems.
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"easy" 10/26/2010
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  • Name: Burton Exile
  • Pros:  Good for beginning , all you really need,
  • Cons:  strap slides out , feels weak/plasticy ,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   Not to good for riders who want more from there binding year after year, if your looking to commit and start park you really should look into something else from the beginning these were great bindings but after riding them for so long i feel like i really do need more under my feet, Good bindings for kids but the plastic does feels a bit weak to be completely honest.
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"Meh..." 6/1/2010
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  • Name: Burton Exile
  • Pros:  Forgiving, Looks tight!,
  • Cons:  Uncomfortable,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   These bindings are very forgiving. They were semi-responsive and when you went off the jump they helped a lot with rough landings. The only problem I had with them was the big portion on the top binding. It wasn't very comfortable to put on, but I think that was just because it was the first time I used them and I needed to wear them out. Until I try them out more, my feelings for these bindings are iffy.
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"Burton Exile's" 4/30/2010
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  • Name: Burton Exile
  • Pros:  Simple Design, Quality Straps, Lightweight
  • Cons:  Could be a little cheaper, Nice to include a leash,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   Well there is no such thing as a perfect 5 star binding in my opinion, so this is up there at the top. A very park specific binding, made from materials that will give you that flex and support ya need for big jumps and fun jibs. Included is the B3 gell in the heel which will make landings even easier and riding more comfortable. I definitely recommend these to any park rider looking for a solid set of bindings.

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