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Burton Cartel Re:Flex Snowboard Binding

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Crush the entire mountain, from freshly frosted trees to buttery-smooth jump lines, with the dialed-in fit and smooth underfoot feel of the Burton Cartel Re:Flex Snowboard Binding. This medium-stiff binding offers a responsive flex that's ideal for shredding anything on the mountain. So go ahead, mount these bad boys to your all-terrain quiver killer and reap the benefits of a decade plus of constant refinement. Compatible with any board on the market, the Cartel Re:Flex mounts to 4-hole, 3D, and Burton Channel systems.

Loaded with a Single-Component Re:Flex baseplate, the Cartel Re:Flex maintains a smooth, consistent flex for all-terrain prowess. Its Re:Flex system allows you to flex the binding without underfoot dead zones created by traditional mounting discs. This design features a minimized baseplate and hinged disc, allowing you to maximize the flex of your board, also reducing materials used for a lighter overall binding. Additionally, the baseplate has an AutoCant FullBed that's cushioned with Under-Baseplate EVA padding and B3 gel for reduced foot fatigue from high-speed vibrations, choppy snow, and harsh landings.

The binding's highback consists of a Single-Component, Canted Living Hinge, Zero-Lean Hi-Back. This basically means that the highback comes stock with zero forward lean, which is a good thing if you're a jib monkey or park rat who lives for pressing through the rails or buttering around the mountain. There's tool-less adjustable forward lean in the form of DialFlad, allowing you to crank up forward lean on-the-fly before you drop into the pipe or carve down groomers.

Burton outfitted the Cartel Re:Flex with a super-comfy Reactstrap that's 3D-contoured to eliminate any pressure points. The Gettagrip Capstrap has a rubberized inside that relentlessly grips over the toe of your boot, pulling it back into the heelcup for maximum response and a seamless fit.

  • Single-Component Re:Flex baseplate (45% short-glass/nylon composite)
  • AutoCant FullBed Cushioning with Under-Baseplate EVA and B3 gel
  • Single-Component, Canted Living Hinge, Zero-Lean Hi-Back
  • DialFlad adjustable forward lean (tool-less)
  • Reactstrap with Flex Slider
  • Gettagrip Capstrap
  • Dual-Component Smooth Glide Buckles
  • Mounts to 4-hole, 3D, and Burton Channel systems
  • Item #BUR011X

Tech Specs

Single-Component Canted Living Hinge, Zero-Lean Hi-Back with DialFLAD
Single-Component Re:Flex (45% short-glass/nylon composite)
Baseplate Padding
Re:Flex AutoCANT FullBED with Under-Baseplate EVA and B3 gel
Ankle Strap
lightweight Reactstrap
Toe Strap
lightweight Reactstrap
Double Take buckles featuring Insta-Click
medium-stiff (7 of 10 on Burton's scale)
universal (works with all major mounting systems)
Tool-less Adjustment
Recommended Use
all-mountain, park & freestyle
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

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Been around for ever

    These are great bindings for someone that wants simplicity and comfort. Cartels have been in the game for ever and are a peoples fav. My only negative review is these have a tendency to snap ladders on supper cold days, not often but it did happen to me. Luckily Burton makes extra parts, so I recommend throwing some of the key pieces in a pocket so you can switch them out if need be. Overall these are great bindings.

    Been around for ever

    Great Binding

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Received these bindings about a month ago. Due to work and weather conditions I was held back from getting out on them for a while, but finally have ridden them a couple of times now and they feel great.
    I wear a size 10 Burton boot and I went with the mediums. There is still a bit of gap on either side of my boot, so if you are curious about going with medium or large, I would say you're probably fine in the mediums even in a size 11. the straps may be close to maxed out, but you will be nice and snug.

    After my first couple runs it quickly became clear I needed to make some on hill adjustments to tighten things up and settle some issues with the highback I was having. Everything was super easy to adjust except the gas pedals, which was the only thing I needed a screwdriver for since you have to take the binding off the board to adjust them. The gas pedals were the only thing I had a problem with. I thought they would be easier to pull out, but they take a little bit of effort to move.
    Once I adjusted my strap length, gas pedals, and high back, (like 15 minutes total) riding was awesome. Plenty of flex but still a lot of control edge to edge. The canted foot bed does a great job of making your stance feel more natural. My only gripe with them is the same gripe I have had with every Burton binding I've owned: they are a bit creaky. But it's a small issue I don't even notice anymore. One problem a friend of mine had with his 2016 Cartels was that if too much snow or slush got built up in the ratchets they didn't hold and he had to stop and clean them out really well. I didn't have that problem, however, so I can't speak to it other than to say it is a possibility, I guess.

    Thanks again to Jared Downs for helping me out with the bindings and his superb customer service.

    Burton's Park Option

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've tested/owned bindings from a range of brands so if you've got questions about bindings or want me to get you into the right snowboard set up that'll match your riding style, definitely get in contact with me.

    I've used the Cartel Re:Flex and can say that these are a pretty rad binding.

    I've ridden these on my Jones Mountain Twin board and on a Burton Landlord. Pretty solid bindings over all. For a stiffer board they're a tad soft for me. I like the stiffer Genesis bindings. (I wouldn't personally put these at a 7 out of 10)

    If you've got questions about compatibility or sizing, run those by me!

    If you've got questions or want to chat about these binders before picking up a pair, definitely get in contact with me an we can chat about your riding style and which binding / snowboard set up will be best for you.

    Burton's Park Option

    I'm thinking about the Burton Cartel Bindings- I wear a Burton Photon Boot size 11. Should I go with the medium or large binding? I"m looking at getting an Arbor Element snowboard in a 159. I"m 6'2" about 190-195lbs. I'm new to snowboarding and am looking for something all mountain.

    Solid binding

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

    Bought this for my son who is growing in that tween stage and needed to step up to an adult binding. I have been riding Burton bindings for over 15 years and the construction on these are solid. Adjustments were easy to make to get his size 9 burton imperials dialed into the medium sized bindings.
    The only negative about them was I was putting them on my son's Burton ProTest 138 which still uses the 3 hole insert pattern and the disks with the bindings don't support that. I had the use the 4 hole disk and could only screw in 2 holes. That will have to do for now until I upgrade his board.
    I took him up last week in soft-pack conditions on the runs and 8-10 inches of pow off the runs. He told me he immediately noticed much better responsiveness then his burton mission smalls he was using prior. He had no strap pain and didn't have any issues with the straps.