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The Women's Stiletto Snowboard Binding features Burton's True Fit design with an ergonomic baseplate, highback, and straps for a truly women's-specific fit. The Canted Living Hinge highback uses a slightly shortened length to reduce calf fatigue that “unisex” bindings cause. The polycarbonate baseplate includes a Gas Pedal to increase your power on toe-side turns. The slop-free shape comes from a combination of an anatomically shaped baseplate, a plush Primostrap, and the over-the-toe Primo Capstrap. Burton also added shock-absorbing EVA padding to help you soak up the chatter and reduce foot fatigue for a plush day of riding. - Fall 2008.

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so, im thinking of buying this bindings.....

so, im thinking of buying this bindings.. and i want to no if these bindings fits a 4 hole pattern? or not?

I would really like to buy burton...

I would really like to buy burton stiletto binding but i have a problem. My boot size is 8 and I`m still not quite sure should I buy binding size M or L because my size is in between... I`ll be ordering them on net so I can`t try them on and see witch fits better! Can someone help me??! :)) T.

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If you have Burton brand boots then a medium will work fine for you. However if you have a different brand, something like DC or 32 which are bulkier brands then you will want to move up to the L.

5 5


I love these bindings! I got the purple rain color and they are absolutely beautiful on my board, not to mention the easiest and most comfortable bindings I've ever owned or used! The cupping over the toe instead of a strap made my board much more responsive and so much more comfortable! Got them for my mammoth trip and used them for 7 days- BEST PURCHASE EVER AND GREAT PRICE.

5 5

Got them for my GF.

She's only been on one trip so far, but she seems to like them. Says they're a bit hard to clamp on, but after a few adjustments she said it's not as bad. I think they just need to be broken in.
The only down side is that the toe cup and the upper strap get soaking wet after a day in the slopes. You'd figure they're water proof that area.

Looks great on the K2 va va voom rocker.

I have an 8.5 Womens Burton Boot should i...

I have an 8.5 Womens Burton Boot should i go for a a Large or a Medium Binding?

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I would get the large. That way you can just bring the straps in a little more and the baseplate will fit better as well. That way you are not maxing out the strap and baseplate like you would if you got a medium

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I wear these for freestyle. They are too soft to really be doing super aggressive riding in. Just not responsive for that.
These are a great price point stylish binding. Less plush that the high up burton bindings, but gets the job done. I wear a 6.5 Burton boot and I can go with either small or medium in these bindings. Both adjust larger or smaller to fit perfect. Not as much cushioning as my other Burton bindings, but still comfortable. A nice flexie binding, great if you love to do rails and park. Good if you are a beginner. I would not personally use these in banked slalom races or anything like that. I love the color style selections they have to offer this year. all look super rad in person.