The binding of choice for ladies who rip.
From park slayers to pow surfers, hard-charging ladies everywhere can't seem to get enough of the Burton Women's Lexa Re:Flex Snowboard Binding. It has a stiffer flex to give you the response you need for shredding steeps, help you lock into presses, and provide support on huge drops.
The Heel Hammock highback has a rubbery material on the inside that wraps around your boot to keep your heel locked down. This allows you to run your straps a little looser for reduced pressure points while still keeping your heel firmly in place and providing lightning-fast response. Dual-density EVA in the SensoryCANT footbed allows your boot to settle into a natural position that matches your stance 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 new Asym Hammockstrap is contoured to match the shape of your boot for a secure, yet comfortable fit, and the new Super Grip Capstrap wraps around your boot's toe for a secure fit that won't slip. Double Take buckles have teeth on both sides to make clicking in faster and smoother, not to mention more secure. Plus, it has Burton's Re:Flex universal mounting system so you can mount it to any type of board.
- Canted Hi-Back with Living Hinge and Zero Forward Lean
- Heel Hammock and DialFLAD
- Single-component Re:Flex baseplate
- AutoCANT SensoryBED cushioning with B3 Gel
- Asym Hammockstrap with Flex Slider
- Super Grip Capstrap
- Double Take buckles with Insta-Click
- Item #BUR00ZP
- Q & A
Love, Love, Love
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Love the Burton Lexas so much! I have the previous year and decided to get this year's also because they are such great bindings and I couldn't resist the cheetah print! Also because I have more than one board. I was in between the Lexas and the Escapades but after reading reviews and forums and tried and true, I picked the Lexas mainly for the responsiveness. I highly recommend Lexas if you are an avid snowboarder.
Super comfy, stiff, and adjustable
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
First, these bindings are really comfortable. Great bottom plate that provides a lot of cushion, and still easy to remove if you need to do some adjusting. The straps are also really comfortable. There is one point on the big strap where the plastic is thinner than everywhere else -- this is where the strap bends forward and back. It's the only place I could see breaking in the future, but hopefully it's made well. The toe strap cradles my boots nicely and also really comfortable. Nice and stiff, finally I don't feel like I have to crank down as hard as I can to get a good ride.
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I got these to replace my 4-year-old Lexas -- they have come a long way since then! Strap design is much improved, really like the flexible rubber design. The ratchet design seems to be much better, too. There's a ton of padding on the bottom, which does, I noticed, make a difference. I just threw these on a new board and took them out, so I haven't had time to adjust all the settings yet, but imagine that will make them even better. Hard to say how much of what I experienced was the new board and how much was the bindings, but they felt great on the snow, super responsive and very comfortable. I got them in black but kind of wish I'd gone for the cheetah look -- just buy them quick before your only choice is the Moss Burgundy, LOL.
Does this binding work with a 2x4 system?