Burton built the Escapade Re:Flex Women's Binding for ladies who specialize in showing up the boys all over the mountain. The Hammock Hi-Back has built-in roll, to provide a direct connection to your heel edge, but with way more lateral freedom than you're used to for tweaked tricks. It's got the all-new Double Take buckle system to precise micro-adjustment, and that means even more comfort. When you factor in the Re:Flex base plate, which flexes with your board instead of creating a dead spot under the binding, you can expect nothing but comfort and control, from the park to the steeps, and everything in between.
|Re:||Flex AutoCANT FullBED cushioning system with B3 Gel|
|Single component Re:||Flex baseplate 30% Short-Glass/Nylon Composite|
|Burton Escapade||$207.93 - $259.95|
|Burton Scribe Re:Flex Snowboard Binding||$151.96|
|Burton Lexa Re:Flex Snowboard Binding||$183.96|
|Burton Escapade EST||$231.93 - $289.95|
Sometimes I have a hard time with women's bindings since they tend to have softer flexes and sometimes skimp on technology improvements compared to the men's versions. That being said, this is by far my favorite women's binding on the market. The flex is like a slightly softer version of the men's Cartel with all the tech benefits of the men's Genesis. These are super comfortable, extremely responsive, and lightweight for a Burton binding. They are soft enough to have fun in the park, but they are still responsive enough to shred the steeper stuff.