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Burton P1.1

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Sierra Says: The P1.1 has been making an impact for quite a few years now, and for good reason. A two-part basetray combines a soft flex underneath the foot with a stiffer flex along the sides, creating a damp yet responsive feel. The highback is relatively soft when flexed torsionally, but very rigid when direct pressure is applied from the heel. This type of construction allows for great comfort and mobility without compromising response. Topping it off, the Superstrap Air ankle straps and FullBED cushioning system add the comfort factor that this binding is renowned for. With a very versatile design, the P1.1 works well for a variety of riders and on many different styles of snowboards. We typically like to match the P1.1 up with powder and all-mountain freestyle boards.


Burton Says: The P1.1 targets riders in search of peak to creek power in a softer, more forgiving package. The secret to its "best of both worlds" abilities lies in the unique dual-component baseplate construction. A softer flex underfoot allows you to crank cross rockets while a more responsive outer spar energizes edge control during blistering descents. When you inevitably overshoot the landing, you'll appreciate the pillow embrace of the NEW FullBED cushioning.


Features Discontinued Colors
  - RESPONSE: 6
- BASEPLATE: NEW Hinge Dual- Component 30% Short- Glass/Nylon Composite Spar and 11% Short-Glass/Nylon Composite Lower
- HI- BACK: Single-Component Canted Living Hinge Hi-Back
- STRAPS: Superstrap Air and Ultra Capstrap
- BUCKLES: Dual- Component Smooth Glide Buckles
- CUSHIONING: NEW FullBED Cushioning System

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Location: US
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Height: 6'2
Weight: 195 lbs
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"Gotta feel the flex" 2/11/2010
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  • Name: Burton P1.1
  • Pros:  responsive edge to edge, light,
  • Cons:  flex takes some getting used to,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I'm slowly growing to love my P1.1s, but it's been a maturing relationship. When I first got these, I expected the flex to be on par with my Triads, which is somewhat true edge to edge. However. where you really feel the difference on the P1.1s is torsionally-- I noticed, especially on my stiffer boards, a lot more flex in the binding when pressing and buttering-- so much different than the Triads that I was convinced my binding must be loose. Much as these are marketed as a freeride binding, I'd argue they really will shine as an all mountain freestyle binding on a mid to soft flex board-- responsive when you need it and flexy when you want it.
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Height: 6'1
Weight: 170 lbs
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"Pillowy Soft" 4/23/2010
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  • Name: Burton P1.1
  • Pros:  Cadillac Ride, Flexy but not too soft, Highly Adjustable
  • Cons:  Wear easily,
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   I have ridden these things a few days now and I really enjoyed everything about them. I cased a big landing off a table top and the padded footbeds helped a lot in reducing the stress my feet took. I slapped these things on my capita indoor fk and they are a perfect combo. These bindings are very responsive to your board and go great with flat kick and probably reverse camber as well. My only Con was that the padding on the highback is already showing wear and they just aren't as bombproof as some other less cushy bindings. Overall these things are great for the powder, great for the park and especially great on your feet.
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Height: 5'2
Weight: 160 lbs
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"Upgraded from Cartels" 4/7/2010
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  • Name: Burton P1.1
  • Pros:  more comfortable than Cartels, good for small jumps, more flexible than Cartels
  • Cons:  back side of the bindings chip easily,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I upgraded to the P1's after wearing out the Cartels. One major difference is the gel pad on the heel of the binding. It seems to cushion your landing and make multiple jumps less bumpy. These are obviously more flexible than the Cartels and imo, makes carving easier at high speeds. This is definitely an upgrade to the Cartels if you enjoy high speeds =)
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Weight: 150 lbs
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"Best I've ridden" 1/11/2010
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  • Name: Burton P1.1
  • Pros:  Flexy, Durable, Sick lookin
  • Cons:  Expensive, Baseplates,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I got these a few weeks ago and have ridden about 5 days on them and they still feel like they're fresh out the box. The padding is INSANE. I upgraded from 08 Customs and these are so far beyond them it's ridiculous. I don't feel a single pinch or weird compression all day. Like I'm riding with pillows on my feet. The flex is nice for park riding but I did a pow day awhile ago and they held up well for that too, they're moderately flexible though - about the same as the Customs if that helps. Just way more padded. The one thing I don't like is the crappy baseplates if you don't ride a Burton board. The bindings include a nice cushioned baseplate with the 3-hole burton pattern, and another crappy plastic toys-r-us status one for those of us on other company's boards. I have a Forum and just switched the baseplates from my Customs over because they fit just fine and are way nicer than the ones that come with these. Aside from that, you can't really go wrong. Sick freestyle binding. Go ride.
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Height: 5'8
Weight: 160 lbs
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"Its an average binding" 6/12/2010
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  • Name: Burton P1.1
  • Pros:  Straps were comfortable but felt better ones,
  • Cons:  Weak Ratchets, Expensive,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   Ratchets seems cheap - sticks on very cold temps. Does not hold onto the teethes on the strap very well, had them pop off on me while charging down the mountain on a tight turn. Straps were comfortable. For the price you could definitely find something better.
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"Great all around bindings" 5/13/2010
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  • Name: Burton P1.1
  • Pros:  forgiving flex, great response, comfort
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   After starting out with softer bindings (burton freestyles) I eventually upgraded to cartels & forces and found that I loved the added response, but as a beginner/intermediate rider every once in a while i would miss the forgiving flex of the softer binding. The P1.1's are a great in-between, I feel the same response i did with the cartels & forces, while it provides just enough forgiving flex. The comfort also was a great bonus. Normally after about half a day i start to get pain in my feet when riding, but not with these bindings. I was originally bummed out when i couldn't find medium est cartels to go with my v-rocker and settled on some p1.1's, but now i couldn't be happier and will probably stick with the p1.1's for quite some time
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"new and improved" 4/13/2010
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  • Name: Burton P1.1
  • Pros:  Lightweight, Super comfy, dig the new UltraCapStrap, very Responsive at high speeds
  • Cons:  none,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   These bindings remind me of the P1 Carbon's, Burton used to make a few years ago, except these ones are the new and improved version. The P1.1 is a great all-in-one binding; very responsive at high speeds with so much cushion, great flex, and very forgiving.
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"Burton P1.1 Snowboard Bindings 2010 " 4/13/2010
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  • Name: Burton P1.1
  • Pros:  beautifull colour, soft flex, good coupling
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   Desde que compré estas fijaciones me encantaron. La facilidad con que se pueden quitar los straps y ponerlas también. El ankle strap almohadillado correctamente. Disfrutalas porque son unas fijaciones terribles.
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"P one point1" 4/8/2010
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  • Name: Burton P1.1
  • Pros:  all-rounder no-brainer, living-hinge adjustment, B3gel cushioning & air-straps
  • Cons:  dual baseplate materials may cause weakspot, cushioning could get heavy,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   way sick. been eyeing these forever, these are supposed to be somewhere in-between freestyle & freeride with the dual composite base and single component highback. padding has B3gel which some boots don't even have,non-est, airbag strap/toecap are killer awesome. looks like a great all-rounder for someone who is all over the place; groomers in the AM-park in the PM. update after testing on the hill.
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"p1.1" 4/7/2010
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  • Name: Burton P1.1
  • Pros:  Comfy, The two different flex,
  • Cons:  Weak,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I first bought the 08-09s. After about 30 days on them, I noticed my left binding broke. I get home and turns out my right was broken as well in the same spot. Luckily Burton warrantied them and i'm now rocking the 09-10s. Well the design hasn't really changed other than the base padding. Its good that it now covers the entire bottom for people with 4x4 but its rather annoying to have to peel back that padding off if I want to change my stance(its not often but my friend borrowed my board and it was an inconvenience). Its also attached to the toe ramp so I feel like its going to eventually rip after all the tugging and pulling. I dont doubt that it'll break again. It has a weak point where the two base plate materials join. With that said, it is pretty comfy and i do like the flex on it. Slightly stiffer response carving and softer from side to side. Its great, if only they made it better. Another alternative might be Rome 390s

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