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The Burton Mission Binding makes any mountain its playground.

Whether you're pulling back flips in the backcountry or mute 7s in the park, Burton's Mission Snowboard Binding pummels the entire mountain with freestyle prowess. Burton kept the Mission Binding's weight down by using an ultralight highback and a reinforced-nylon baseplate. Ample EVA padding eliminates chatter when you're charging, absorbs impact from big drops, and keeps your feet happy from dawn until dusk. The Burton Primo Capstrap toe strap eliminates pressure points at your toes and pushes your heels back into the binding for unreal control. Loosen the padded, 3D Superstrap ankle straps with their polished, smooth operating buckles for park runs or quickly crank them down when dropping into sketchy chutes. *Available for US Shipment Only. - Fall 2008.

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Does it matter what size your feet are for...

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Does it matter what size your feet are for theses?

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Yes, it sure does... click the size button on the side of the product size selector! (or reference the attached)

Sick binding! you'll be so stoked!

Yes, it sure does... click the size button on the side of the product size selector! (or reference the attached) <br/>  <br/> Sick binding!  you'll be so stoked!
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Yes it matters for all bindings. Burton sizes are around 6-8 is a small, 8.5 to 10 are medium and 10.5+ are Large.

it says discontinued colour, does this...

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it says discontinued colour, does this mean the ones they have in stock are still this colour

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The WTF color way is discontinued after this season. The missions on this page are still available in the WTF color way. The S and L are still available.

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The WTF color way is discontinued after this season. The missions on this page are still available in the WTF color way. The S and L are still available, so get them while you can.

it says discontinued colour, does this...

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it says discontinued colour, does this mean the ones they have in stock are still this colour

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The WTF color way is discontinued after this season. The missions on this page are still available in the WTF color way. The S and L are still available.

Do these work with ics boards?

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Do these work with ics boards?

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Yes. The disc included with ICS boards will work with all Burton bindings; EST or otherwise.

4 5

Mishun binders

Nice bindings, love the toestrap, keeps yer foot in there while i stomp mah tricks. the binding does its job for sure

What's the difference betweeen the burtom...

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What's the difference betweeen the burtom mission and custum? Which is better for all mountain riding. Do they ship w. universal bindings and/or will the work on a libtech board?

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The mission is better for all mountain riding, the highback is a bit taller and stiffer then what you get with the Custom. Yes, they will ship with a universal disc that will work on your Lib Tech board.

3 5

their ok

on thoes days that its freezing ass ice gets in the stap and jams it all up and make sure you put some lock tight in the back heel thing that flips up cus mine always get f'd up and the toe strap sucks wenever you spin frontside it comes off

4 5

TOE STRAP?

I like the idea of the toe strap more than i actually like it, iv been riding burton's all my life but for some reason everytime i strap in w/ the toe strap after each run i have to tighten the toes cause they slip up or down a bit?? am i the only one who has this problem? ever try to stick a frontside 360 w/ a loose right foot? it sucks

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happens to me on teh customs very badly except all the straps come loose. switching them out asap

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Same here. The cap strap always slides down making it loose. I use the cap strap over the top rather than over the toe now.

Should i get a large if im size 12 sneaker...

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Should i get a large if im size 12 sneaker and ride a 151 Rome Cheap trick?

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Definitely dude. Anything over a 9.5 boot you should go for the large binding.

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dude thats odd, i mob a wide rome w/ large missions, and they are almost exactly the with of the waist of the board, and i ride 12's...., but i'm almost positive your not gonna fit in a med binding cause of all the sick padding the missions have, even w/ every adjustment maxed out.... if you have/can get a wide board go w/ L missions it fits perfectly!

1 5

Suck

I don't know about this years missons, but i had the 07/08, and they suck shit... If your some one like me who rides 60+ days a year, don't buy these bindings. Both my toe straps snapped in half, and had to be replaced. The bolts on these bindings would always get loose (not like this doesn't happen to every binding) but this happened constantly, you don't know how many bolts i went through that had been stripped and replaced. My good friends, knowing that i had shitty bindings, recommended to me union bindings. So I bought a pair of forces half off of $200 and have never had a problem since. If i were you i would recommend buying from a company that specializes in bindings, like union does.

2 5

burton missions 09'

i bought these bindings in the beginning of the 08 09 snowboard season. After about 3 weeks of riding they started ripping apart. If you want a high quallity binding look at union bindings. if you just want a pair of bindings for their looks, you can just settle for these.

1 5

Not that great

I got the 08 missions and hated them. When I was riding at my home mountain in South Dakota the toe strap consistently fell off or slipped of my boot and the ladder strap would always skip and come undone. On a trip to Bridger Bowl Montana after getting of the chair at the top of the bowl my baseplate snapped verticaly down the middle on the first run. Spend your money on another company that hasn't completely sold out the snowboard industry.

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Dude no joke i'm trying to stay away from burton all together, they are starting to blow ass

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Your home mOuntain in South Dalota? Dont you mean hill? You could probably use shoe strings and get away with it

5 5

07' Mission

Good all around buinding for the price. I have these bindings on my Sanchez that I switch out sometimes. I enjoy how good they feel and how hard it keeps my heel locked in! Great adjustment capabilities!

1 5

Go Ride

Upgrade for a few more bucks to the Ride SPi;

I&#39;ve owned and riden the Burton line (Mission-CO2) and after switching to Ride&#39;s SPis I wouldn&#39;t go back. The aluminum chasis is bomb-proof. The straps are solid (don&#39;t break consistently like my Burtons did) and easier to adjust on the fly. The convertible toe strap works a lot better than the cap strap. Ride&#39;s ankle strap is also better designed, they are flatter and wider than the Burton line, which makes them lighter and more comfortable. I also like the base of Ride&#39;s bindings more than Burton&#39;s. It has a rubber sole on it that protects my board&#39;s top sheet instead of digging grooves into it like the plastic base of Burton&#39;s bindings do.

With the Missions you&#39;re buying the Burton name, not a quality binding...

Gday gday, i got a question and im torn...

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Gday gday, i got a question and im torn between these two bindings, i live in australia and i can get myhands on a pair of Salomon Code Snowboard Bindings for the same price as i can get these on here which am i gonna get more for my money????

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It really is a matter of what you want they are really close. I would say Salomon, i ride lots of Burton stuff and you kinda pay a little premium for the name. So more for your money i say Salomon. The mission is a good binding tho

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I'd say go with the Missons if you're more all-mtn, although I'm partial to the Missions since I ride them. If you're going to be riding more all-mtn freestyle, then I'd get the Missions. If parks are your thing, maybe the Codes will treat you better in the long run.

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i say youd get WAY more for your money with the salomons because these cant be shipped out of the US :-)

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Agree. A lot of it is personal preference and boots but I've found the Salomons way more comfortable (but I ride salomon boots).

4 5

Good all round

The Burton Mission binding is a great all around binding. Not super heavy and has great flex for rails, urban, park jump, cruising, or powder. Good for a little of everything.

5 5

Great binding / lightwiehgt

Pros - reasonable price, light weight, not really soft and good looking binding.

Cons - base plate is not cushioned really well.

Overall - I give 95 out of 100.

5 5

definitely worth the price

When I first got into snowboarding, I used the Freestyle bindigs. Not knowing any better, I thought they were a good binding, especially for the price. After getting Missions, I can definitely tell the difference and I understand whey they cost more. These bindings seem stronger, they are more comfortable, and the response is much better. I use the bindings (large) with size 14 Burton Motos and I have yet to have a problem. The capstraps stay put, the highbacks are stiff, and the construction seems pretty durable.

3 5

Park Only

These bindings are light, soft and good for the park (especially for jibs, ok on jumps, big jumps on hardpack are questionable.) They make are a decent choice for beginners, too. The Missions are comfortable but don&#39;t provide enough support or response to be an all-mountain binding for high-intermediate riders or above. Fits Salomon Fusion boots well.

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