Free Shipping on Orders Over $50*

Description

Strapped in and smiling, it's time to show the bunny slope who's the boss.

There's no time like the present to get your little ones on snow, and the Burton Grom snowboard binding can help. It features a kid-friendly flex to keep them comfortable, and colors that they're sure to be psyched on. Fun is the name of the game, and wrestling with straps is up there with frostbite as a fun-killer, so the straps have been condensed into a single Onestrap for less fumbling and more smiles. Best of all, it gets a Smack-It Ratchet, with a big ol' release lever, so even tiny, mitten covered hands can operate it. Snowboarding is the most fun thing ever, especially when you share it with your kids.

  • Polycarbonate base plate
  • Onestrap strap assembly
  • Smack-It Ratchet designed for small hands
  • Compatible with 3 and 4 hole snowboards

Share your thoughts

What do you think of the

Burton Grom Snowboard Binding - Kids'

? Share a...

Reviews

No file chosen

Rather attach a photo from another website?

Rather attach a photo from your computer?

    Add a:
  • Share a photo
  • Share a video

Familiarity:

Only jpg, jpeg, png, gif or bmp files please.

SubmitCancel
Now review from the App.Download

Here's what others have to say...

Im interested in purchasing a starter set for my 2.5 old son. I purchased the 90cm Riglet board and looking for bindings (that will grow with him). Will the Grom binding (size XS) fit the board?

Responded on

Xiang,
Yes the XS Grom binding will fit the 90cm Burton Riglet and he will be able to grow with them for a few years. If you have any other questions feel free to contact me directly as I've set up many boards for young groms-

mburnett@backcountry.com
800.409.4502. ext 4789

1 5

Cheap, Cheap, Cheap

Total junk
Toe straps broke after 5 days of riding
Big step down from same model a few years ago
No forward lean adjustment, high back is very thin and weak

The only good thing

Buying a chicklet snowboard 80 cm for my 18 mo old daughter. What is the smallest binding they make? Can we just use her personal snow boot for now?

Responded on

At 18 months she not going to be able to do much on the snowboard anyways so using her own snow boots will work for now. I was never able to find a snowboarding boot any smaller that size 11 toddler, so my kids had to wait until they were 5 before "really" learning how snowboarding. And the boots are still big (b/c my kids were both still size 8t at age 5)but they can be strapped down tight enough that heel side falling leaf works.

Responded on

At 18months we used Sorel snow boots but had to literally duct tape his boots into his bindings. My son was able to slide around hills with ease. At 2.5 years we bought Burton's grom boot in a 5T and they fit him well. The problem is his toes still don't come anywhere near the end of his bindings or board regardless of any adjustments we make. So he'll have to wait to do toe-side turns until next year.