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Burton Triad

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Sierra Says: The main reason the Triads have gained so much popularity since their release in the 2008 season is because they provide top-shelf freestyle performance with unparalleled comfort features. The Superstrap ankle strap is loaded with a soft gel and relieves pressure while providing response. On top of that, you get the new FullBED Basplate Padding which maximizes comfort while minimizing fatigue. As far as performance goes, the baseplate is Burton's 30% Short-Glass/Nylon Composite. This blend produces a balance of response and mobility and is found on their higher-end, all-mountain freestyle bindings. The Air Frame highback consists of a lightweight composite mesh, which is then backed by two ergonomically correct torsion forks. All in all, the Triad is best suited for the experienced all-mountain or freestyle rider that is looking for a plush ride without compromising strength or response.

Burton Says: Looking for something "cushioned" to ride that you won't be embarrassed to tell your friends about? NEW FullBED cushioning joins forces with B3 Gel and under-baseplate dampening for a ride that's got more fluff than a marshmallow factory. But don't let the plush attitude fool you. Ultra-minimalist in design yet loaded with power, the Triad proves that total comfort and versatility can co-exist.


Features Discontinued Colors
  - RESPONSE: 6
- BASEPLATE: Single-Component 30% Short-Glass/Nylon Composite
- HI-BACK: NEW Dual-Component Canted Living Hinge Air Frame Hi-Back
- STRAPS: Superstrap and Ultra Capstraps
- BUCKLES: Dual-Component Smooth Glide Buckles
- CUSHIONING: NEW FullBED Cushioning System, Under-Baseplate Dampening Pad, and B3 Gel Heel Cushioning

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"The Triad" 4/19/2012
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  • Name: Burton Triad
  • Pros:  light, steezy, padded straps
  • Cons:  pinch points, seems weak,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I bought some triads from Trusnow last year and they are a pretty solid binding. They look sweet, are nice and flexy and are super light and comfy for the most part. The padded straps are awesome! My concerns with the triads are that they have a very fragile seeming highback, with that said I have ridden mine for 15 days with no signs of them breaking anytime soon. I also get a pinch point on the back of my calf at the top of my highback where the padding sticks out. This may just be my super crappy boots though. All in all, not a bad binding for the all mountain freestyler.
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Weight: 160 lbs
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"BUY" 8/1/2011
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  • Name: Burton Triad
  • Pros:  good for all areas,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   sucha smooth binding, i use this on my all around board and it does the job.
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Weight: 160 lbs
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"Burton Triad 2010" 11/18/2010
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  • Name: Burton Triad
  • Pros:  Soft Flex, Good Response, Looks cool
  • Flex:  soft

Experience:   Easily one of the best bindings out there. Great response, yet it's soft in flex. Great for all mountain but even better in the park. It is a good looking binding. Love the honeycomb pattern. Too bad Burton discontinued them for 2011.
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Weight: 200 lbs
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"now I'm a little jealous of my bro" 10/18/2010
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  • Name: Burton Triad
  • Pros:  the new highback, durable , comfy
  • Cons:  the white seems to get kinda dirty/stained,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I have been riding cartels for 2 full seasons and i live them, my brother got these last season and i got a chance to take a couple runs with them, they remind me a lot of my cartels but seem slightly stiffer which could be mine being 50+ days used but could also just be the difference. anyways what a great all mountain binding, i don't jib much and stuff and did not even enter the park on my test ride so i cant comment but how similar they feel to my cartels makes me think they could hold their own...
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"They're good and good" 5/20/2010
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  • Name: Burton Triad
  • Pros:  comfortable, durable so far,
  • Cons:  not as much control as expected,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I really liked going down some of the runs with these bindings, they were comfortable and durable for the majority of it, but it just wasn't hitting the best feelings in the park especially. I felt like control was responsive, just slightly off. I preferred the est triads. i would still recommend this to anyone who wants an enjoyable ride and doesn't want to try tearing up the park
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"Traid" 3/8/2010
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  • Name: Burton Triad
  • Pros:  Full bed padding, Looks, Comfy
  • Cons:  Seem kinda fragile,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   Great binding, looks great. Lots of padding in all the right places. Toe strap holds tight and hasn't slipped on me once. One con is that the highbacks seem kinda fragile, Not to worried about it though cause if it breaks burton will send a new one.
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"great binding" 2/28/2010
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  • Name: Burton Triad
  • Pros:  design, full bed,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   these are amazing, a great thing is that burton actually gives you 2 pairs of plates instead of 1. when they give you one its a universal plate which you have to play around with to fit it on a non burton. i got the 4 screw plate and it was a breeze putting my bindings on my stairmaster.
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"burton triads bomb." 12/21/2009
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  • Name: Burton Triad
  • Pros:  stiff but forgiving, soft and comfortable,
  • Cons:  toe strap comes undun after every jump, not as adjustable as other bindings size., heel back plate is as weak as a noodle.
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   i bought this binding during the triads promotional periode to help do testing for store. must say worst binding every toe comes un dun after every jump shock absorption was a minimum . everyones experience is different but i personally would say stay away from this binding i had to return them to burton and they are currently shipping me a new pair since a manufactures default in almost all models is at the bease of meshing at the heel rise where the binding is at its weakest will tend to snap almost on every biinding. instead of waiting for the replacements there sending me which theyve generously offered the newest model coming out 2010 2011 i went out and bought the 2010 c60's and i will never buy another pair of bindings again high price tag but with all my discounts got them at a 450 cad and boy o boy best bindings ever. dont get me wrong i enjoyed my triads at first but as time went on more and more problems arise if your riding them look at the back heel plate constantly under the meshing design in back and check for cracking since i had mine less for 7 months my burton c 60s since have held up the toe strap doesnt come un done and i feel like i have the heel support i deserve so burton triads, id rate a 2 and the c60's a 45 out of 1 so there friggin amazing. ill write another review on the new triads i recieve also all my bindings are est if ne one feels the need to ask. also i might add i do ride slightly harder then the average person but im no jib park guy im talking all mountain freestyle and jumps guy rails i cant stand. i ride my set up with a 2009 burton vapor and burton ion boots. dont hold burton responsible for the triads there still an amazing company i just say the burton triads were a hit and a big miss.
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"good price to quality ratio" 12/20/2009
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  • Name: Burton Triad
  • Pros:  look dope, good flex, feelgood,
  • Cons:  boot slippage,

Experience:   good binding but maybe better toe strap
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"Amazing feel" 9/19/2009
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  • Name: Burton Triad
  • Pros:  Very well cushioned, Feels like it was designed for your board, Extremely comfortable design
  • Cons:  Difficult to adjust on the fly,
  • Flex:  mid

Experience:   I spent a long time riding lighter weight bindings thinking it would give me a more direct connection to my board, however I wasn't able to ride as long as I liked. I switched to these bindings at the recommendation of the local Burton rep and am glad that I did. Not only were they just as responsive as bindings I have previously used, they also cushioned my every move. This did wonders for my knees which usually took the damage when I rode. I was able to get significantly more runs in and love these bindings.

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