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Burton Cartel Re:Flex Snowboard Binding

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From freshly frosted tree runs to towering jump lines, crush the entire mountain with the dialed-in fit and smooth underfoot feel of the Burton Cartel Re:Flex Snowboard Binding. This medium-flexing binding offers a responsive feel that's ideal for shredding anything on the mountain. So go ahead, mount this bad Johnny to your all-terrain quiver killer and reap the benefits of over a decade of constant refinement.

Dual-component baseplate construction features a softer material underfoot to enhance board feel and flex with a stiffer material along the lateral edges for lightning-quick edge-to-edge response. The canted highback is slightly angled to match your stance, improving control while also reducing calf fatigue. DialFlad allows you to crank up the forward lean angle on your highback for extra support when you're carving up icy pipe walls.

Dual-density EVA in the AutoCant footbed allows your boot to settle into a natural position that aligns your joints naturally to reduce fatigue and improve control, and it has B3 Gel to absorb shock from harsh landings and minimize vibrations for a smoother ride. The Hammockstrap ankle strap has a nylon strip running down the center that gives you a direct connection to your board at all times, meaning your board instantly responds to your every command. Double Take buckles have teeth on both sides to make clicking in faster and smoother, not to mention more secure. All of this adds up to create a ride that runs the entire resort.

  • Trusted by more pros than any other binding
  • Medium flex for versatile all-mountain performance
  • Dual-component baseplate balances flex and response
  • Hammockstrap provides direct connection at all times
  • Supergrip Capstrap ensures comfy fit that won't slip
  • AutoCant footbed provides automatic canting
  • Flex Slider keeps strap out of way when stepping in
  • Re:Flex mounting works with any board on the market
  • Item #BUR01N0

Tech Specs

Highback
Single-Component Canted Living Hinge, Zero-Lean Hi-Back with DialFLAD
Baseplate
Single-Component Re:Flex
Baseplate Padding
Re:Flex AutoCANT FullBED with Under-Baseplate EVA and B3 gel
Ankle Strap
Hammockstrap with Flex Slider
Toe Strap
Supergrip Capstrap
Ratchet
Double Take with Insta-Click
Flex
medium
Mount
universal
Recommended Use
all-mountain, freestyle
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

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The Standard

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

They're supportive, comfortable, and durable. The new hammock heel strap is just fantastic, and the angled ladders on the straps seem to work great, despite my initial skepticism. As some people have already pointed out, the hinges on the heel straps may be cause for concern, but that remains to be seen. That said, the Cartels have been a go-to forever, and it doesn't look like that will be changing any time soon.

First and Only

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These are the first and only bindings I've had. Used more than several times, and I love them. Very sturdy, stable, and have a good feeling of in control. Very quick in and out of these things, most of the time can strap in while moving. Def would rec. these bindings for someone looking for the best.

Trusted

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Burton Cartels are some of the most preferred bindings from the line. They have been around for years and have a legacy behind them. They are a medium-stiff flex (about a 7/10) and are for a rider that might be a bit more Freeride focused or that just prefers a stiffer binding. The hammock strap is the best in the business, is super comfortable, and reduces pressure points. They also have a "hinge" on the ankle strap that keeps it out of the way and makes it super easy to strap in. All in all, definitely an awesome binding that will last you years to come.



Contact me directly at 801-204-4578 or gboogert@backcountry.com if you have any additional questions, need help with figuring out the right size, or want to get an awesome set up going!

Trusted

Best Bindings i have ever owned

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These bindings are literally the best bindings i have ever owned. I had a crappy pair until these and it makes such a difference. Shredding the mountain in style too. I would totally recommend these bindings to anybody. Great product!!

Too gimmicky?

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

While I've found the '16-'17 Cartels to perform nicely, I'm not a huge fan of certain features Burton have introduced to these bindings.

I would recommend trying your own boots with these bindings to make sure the cap straps play well with your boots. I've never had cap straps slip off the toes of my boots as often as these. It is possible my older boots aren't suited to the strap profile.

My second gripe is somewhat related to the first. The straps with their 45 degree angled teeth (as opposed to the typical, perpendicularly-oriented teeth in relation to the length of the strap) are more difficult to cinch down securely and have a greater tendency to loosen. While they are unique, they just don't quite get the job done as well as other bindings I've worn.

The last possible issue is one that might manifest after a full season of use. The ankle straps have a faux "hinge" that Burton have really marketed as this super convenient way of getting the ankle strap out of the way as you step into the binding. However, to create this hinge, the strap material was made quite a bit thinner - possibly a weak joint due to the thinner material (see photo, where the ankle strap attaches to the binding). This joint is already showing stress marks after four days this season. We'll see if the hinge lasts.

Too gimmicky?

Burtons Shredding the Gnar

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I bought this for my boyfriend who has been riding for years and wanted to share his thoughts:

"The Burton Cartels (flex) are an awesome upgrade to any board. I could not wait to get them mounted on my Jones Mt. Twin. I had been riding an old set of Burtons that were very in need of replacing. The upgrades these feature are night and day better than my old binding. From the easy adjustable base plate to the flex straps that stay out of the way when entering the binding, this is a confident binding on the slopes.

Burton Cartels

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Got these bindings few weeks ago and here is my first experience.

1. General impression
It's my first snowboard bindings - all previous I was getting in rental service, so this review will be more useful for guys who only started their snowboarding path.

I like them a lot, cause it's real all-mountain bindings that allows you to ride all over the mountain, park, powder, what ever - you will control your board in any conditions.

2. Boots
Cartels fits better to Burton boots, but they are OK with any boots manufacturer. We've tested them with Burton, DC and nike boots - everything was perfect.

3. Sizing
My boots size is 11, but medium bindings were a bit uncomfortable and was too complicated to adjust. You'll better try them or some similar model in your local store before ordering.

4. Adjustment
Cartels have lots of way to adjust and fit you leg, but it take some time to understand how they work. I took me more than an hour to find the best position for straps. Especially for toe strap.

Sizing

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

Folks on the Internets say to try a M size for up to an 11 boot, as the sizing options say as well. Folks suggest a Medium is leaning a bit large and can accommodate a low profile boot. That was not my experience. I could not fit my size 11 boot (Nike) into the heel area. Sent them back and will get a Large.

Burton's All-Mountain Binding

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've used these in the Re:Flex and EST and put these on the lower end of the mid-stiff spectrum in regards to flex. The big thing about this years Cartels are the hammock straps and cap strap. The previous model had a bulkier ankle strap that was nice, but not as nice as the updated hammock.

I've rocked these on the Landlord for powder days and the Custom for all-mountain cruising along with a few other decks. The handling is there for all conditions if you're after a mid-stiff binding.