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Redefining the future of freestyle.

Since the dawn of time, 'twas written in the stones that a snowboard binding would one day emerge to rule over all the land. Bow down to the Burton Prophecy. The thinned-down baseplate and hinged Re:Flex disc combine with full-length padding to offer minimal weight and insane board feel - and it's totally compatible with every mounting pattern on the market.

  • Hinged Re:Flex disc reduces weight and allows for more natural board flex
  • Dual-component baseplate blends composites to combine stability and maneuverability
  • Canted Living Hinge Air Mesh highback cuts out excess weight, and mirrors your natural stance for better heelside response
  • FullBed cushioning system w/ B3 Gel heel cushion puts you closer to the board and protects against impact
  • Cored Ultrastrap Air delivers Caddy comfort at minimal weight
  • Gettagrip Capstrap holds onto your boot with sticky rubber for reliable hold with less pressure

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any one know where i can pick up some 4...

any one know where i can pick up some 4 hole disc's for this board .. i already got the bindings. help please :)

Responded on

You can Call Burton Dealer Service at 1-800-367-2951. They will send you out the discs free of charge. Now Go get your Shred on..

hey every one my mate gave me a set of...

hey every one my mate gave me a set of these brand new his sponserd.... dose any one know where i can find the 4x4 disc for it... i dont wanna hassel him beacause his always traveling as it is. its got EST set up on it atm .. but im riding a ride berzerker 2012 board :) wont match up clearly

Responded on

You can Call Burton Dealer Service at 1-800-367-2951. They will send you out the discs free of charge. Now Go get your Shred on..

5 5

Bindings

These bindings are amazing they fit perfect on my board. Ride like butter virtually like the board is a part off you so much control and everything

I just bought this for use on a board with...

I just bought this for use on a board with the traditional 4x4 holes. But I'm a bit confused about the user manual.I understand the 3D Disc is for the 3D system, the 4x4 Disc is for the traditional 4x4 holes, but what about the Re:Flex?

On top of that, I'm a bit confused about mounting with The Channel section. It shoes a pic of the binds withe the side mounts for the ICS. But the Burton Prophecy does not have this (I assume this manual must be generic then). Then it shoes a pic with the 4x4 base plate and the Re:Flex base plate for mounting on The Channel.

The reason why I'm asking about the ICS is that I'm thinking of upgrading to a future Burton Custom Flying V snowboard. So how would I mount the Burton Prophecy to it. Would I wear down the bolts if I continuously swap the binding between two boards (for that matter, where would I buy more Burton bolts with the plastic nylock?).

Or is it best to just buy Burton EST bindings?

Sorry for all these questions. I'm still a newbie wh

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If you have a Channel (ICS) board then yes it is better to buy EST bindings. If you have a 4 hole board then RE:Flex is the next best thing. The RE:Flex mounts the same was as a traditional disk binding. Just make sure that the hinge is in the correct position. The hinge needs to be facing the tip and tail of the board. If your bindings did not come with a 4-hole RE:Flex disk then call 800-881-3138 and then will send it to you.

does these binding come with the bolt...

does these binding come with the bolt system wuth the holes on the board not the EST

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Yes, you can ride this binding on 4-hole boards or the burton channel system.

4 5

Not my cup of tea

These bindings are awesome. They look, feel and ride really smooth. Great/easy customization. These bindings, especially the toe cap, could not get any more comfortable. I fell in love with them as soon as I strapped in for the first run.

Unfortunately, I was hoping to put these bad boys on my park board. Not the best idea. Although they had good lateral flex for butters and presses, they rode too stiff for jibs. If you're looking for an all mountain binding that can hit a few jumps, look no further. Buy these bindings now. If you're a park rat like me, keep looking.

5 5

Prophesteez

These bindings are awesome. I have been riding CO2s for years but switched to the Union Force SL last season because it was lighter with a better flex and just as much response as the CO2s.Now the Force SLs are going in the closet. The Prophecy is so smooth and responsive and the reflex design does give you better board feel and pop, if you can't feel it then there's probably a lot of things you're not tuned into. The flex is as advertised "medium" just a little smoother than the Force SL but I found they were more responsive when paired with my Burton boots because the fit was flawless.Prophecy and Ion is park/all mountain nirvana. (Not too soft unless you are someone who makes heel turns by hammering your highbacks).

For those of us who ride channel boards...don't...

For those of us who ride channel boards...don't we get better flex from est bindings? I actually want to pick up the cartel re:flex's (when they come out) because I really want the autocant tech- but I don't want to lose too much flex (currently running exiles). How much board flex would I lose going from an est binding to a re:flex binding (especially since I would be going to a stiffer binding)?

Best Answer Responded on

you will loose about 20% flex. EST bindings flex 90% better than traditional disk bindings and Re:flex flex 71% better. EST by far the best flexing bindings on the market. The Re:flex bindings are great and feel amazing but EST bindings are the best for channel boards.

4 5

Fans of the Triad Rejoice!

The Burton Triad was easily my favorite Burton binding of all time. When the model was discontinued I was pretty bummed and heard a lot of the same from many of the people I work and Ride with.

When I saw this binding at SIA last year I knew I had to give it a try and see how it rode compared to the Triads with the Highback coming back. I took it out on the Sherlock board and was pretty impressed. The highback is just as great as it was on the Triad. Torsionally it's got some play to it so you can dork around and tweak things out. But when you lean straight back on it to drive a hard heelside turn its solid and you turn on a dime.

The straps are comfortable, easy to adjust and soft enough for play when carving toeside but still responsive enough to get you through tight trees with ease. As for the flex disc, I'm not going to say that I felt some amazing/noticible difference in flex with the board. But it's a solid disc that you don't really think about while you're riding.

I rode these with a size 10 boot that has a reduced footprint and the mediums were perfect. If you have a boot with Burton's shrinkiage tech or similar tech from another company in a 10 I highly suggest going with the medium as well.

If you're a fan of the old Triad you'll love these bindings.

5 5

INSANE FLEX FOR A 4x4 or 3-hole board

It is not EST, but it is the next best thing!!! Check out the attached for how much added flex you get because of this new tray. You will not be disappointed. Have a better board flex and feel than you have ever imagined!

I cut the board just to over-accentuate what is going on... None the less, you get the idea!

INSANE FLEX FOR A 4x4 or 3-hole board
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I just bought this for use on a board with the traditional 4x4 holes. But I'm a bit confused about the user manual.I understand the 3D Disc is for the 3D system, the 4x4 Disc is for the traditional 4x4 holes, but what about the Re:Flex?

On top of that, I'm a bit confused about mounting with The Channel section. It shoes a pic of the binds withe the side mounts for the ICS. But the Burton Prophecy does not have this (I assume this manual must be generic then). Then it shoes a pic with the 4x4 base plate and the Re:Flex base plate for mounting on The Channel.

The reason why I'm asking about the ICS is that I'm thinking of upgrading to a future Burton Custom Flying V snowboard. So how would I mount the Burton Prophecy to it. Would I wear down the bolts if I continuously swap the binding between two boards (for that matter, where would I buy more Burton bolts with the plastic nylock?).

Or is it best to just buy Burton EST bindings?

Sorry for all these questions. I'm still a newbie when it comes to snowboarding...

4 5

Great Board Feel

I demoed these brindings last season and compared to EST, I felt that the Re:Flex technology had a better response to the board and overall I felt more connected to the board as one piece. I would highly recommend this binding to anyone who wants to feel the board flexing under through their binding. I wish they were a little stiffer though.

Stiff? Soft?? Flex on a 1-10 scale? I miss...

Stiff? Soft?? Flex on a 1-10 scale? I miss the burton exiles. Looking for something similar.

Best Answer Responded on

On a scale of 1-10, they are rated a 6. Not too stiff, just wright. You will be stoked for sure if you run a 4-hole board.