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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 you 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, and it has B3 Gel to absorb shock from harsh landings.

The Reactstrap is contoured to match the shape of your boot for a secure, yet comfortable fit. An over-the-toe design allows the Gettagrip Capstrap to lock down your boot securely without creating pressure points. New 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.

  • Heel Hammock Zero-Lean highback with DialFLAD
  • Dual-Component Re:Flex baseplate
  • Removable AutoCANT SensoryBED cushioning with B3 Gel
  • Reactstrap with Flex Slider
  • Gettagrip Capstrap
  • Double Take buckles with Insta-Click
  • Universal compatibility

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4 5

The ties that bind

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Bought these bindings end of season, so was only able to test these out for 3 days. During those days, I hit frozen, packed, packed powder, crud, moguls and glades.

Overall, am very impressed with these bindings. Response is fantastic, fit is great with no pinching, adjustability is impressive, the shock absorption is very noticable and the ratchet system is so smooth. The only complaint I have is, seeing how I'm coming from years of using Solomon Relays with their locking toe strap and no need for a full release, that I find it clumsy to feed the strap into the ratchet of the Burton bindings. Otherwise, quite happy with these bindings. Let's hope that these bindings last. Not sure about the durability of the "plastic" teeth of the ratchet.

I wear a women's size 10 boot... will the large be a good fit or will that be everything stretched out as far as it can go? I usually wear Burton men's bindings in medium and they're perfect, but I'm thinking about trying out women's because the colorways are just soooo muuuuuuch cuuuuter :)

Best Answer


With a Women's size 10 boot, depending on the manufacutrer (some have foot print reduction, others don't) you'll most likely be at the upper end of the bindings range.

Sadly sticking with the men's bindings might be the best option even though the color options aren't as fun.

Shoot me an email anytime you have questions!

Jared D.
Expert Gearhead

Are the Lex bindings matched well with the Emerald Snowboard Boot?

I was also thinking of getting the Gnu carbon credit board, are these 3 items together ok?

That should be fine. I ride Burton bindings with all of my boards (2 GNU and a never summer). Boot preference is really up to the user. I would go with what feels the most comfortable and a lace system that you are familiar with since you can expect to wear them all day long and don't want foot pain or fatigue.

Does anyone have thoughts on the Lexa vs. the Escapade?


The Lexa is a little more responsive and the escapade is a little more flexible. Both are great. My girlfriend is choosing between the two. I would say that if you want to have a slightly more playful ride then the escapade is the way to go but if you do more gladed runs the lexa might be better. I ride the Genesis (mens version of the escapade) and it gives me plenty of control for everything I want to do while also being soft enough for some freestyle stunts. I also love the comfort that the double high back provides.

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I agree with the previous answer, but it should be noted that I get as much play out of the Lexa as I do the Escapade since I can ride them a little loser. I still get great response, flex from my board and board feel with these. I still get all of the noodle-y board flex I love and have less fatigue since they basically have the same foot bed and tech as the Escapade. I do prefer these just because I feel like I have the option to strap down and charge hard or loosen them for more playful jibs and leisurely rides...honestly, you can't go wrong with either. Also take into consideration if you prefer dialFLAD to microFLAD on the high back lean.

5 5

The best of the best

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

It's no secret that Burton's binding game is strong and these don't disappoint. I own stilettos and scribe (both amazing) but the lexa is by far my favorite for many reasons: it's all in the details. The heel hammock and rubber of the cap strap keep you secure while letting you ride a little looser which I totally appreciate not having to crank down. The fact that the ankle strap flexes is the tiniest detail, but the most appreciated--it keeps the ankle strap out of the way while you stand and strap-in. The ladders on the straps ratchet on BOTH sides! There's no doubt in my mind that this is the best womens binding on the planet. BTW--the crime scene red is hot (even better in person) and looks perfect with my board, can't hate that.

The best of the best

Question on the base plate.. I have a burton feather board from a few years ago, and currently have stilleto est bindings... will these bindings go with any burton board?

These bindings come with the base plates to accommodate multiple mounting styles including the channel and 4x4--I think there was even a set of 3D base plates in there too...should cover anything you currently own and definitely any Burton board.

Will medium Lexa be too small for a 8.5 size boot such as Burton Felix?

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Hi! No, you can definitely fit an 8.5 boot into the medium. You will just have to pull the gas pedal most of the way out and lengthen the straps. I ride size 8.5 Nike vapen's and the medium lexa:)
Hope that helps!

5 5


Got these bindings for my sister as a christmas present, and she loved them so much that i decided to get myself a pair! Still waiting for them to come in. I think the quality is great and will last me a long time. I also like that the straps stay to the side and don't bounce back when you're strapping in - makes it easier to strap in when you're standing. I cant wait to try them out!!