High-class performance, low-end price.
The Burton Stiletto Women's Snowboard Binding is for ladies who are less interested in high fashion and more concerned with boosting high airs. This longtime rider favorite delivers a comfy fit and bomb-proof durability at a price that's a lot less than some high heels.
Polycarbonate construction makes the baseplate super light, yet extremely durable. It also has a canted highback that matches your body's stance for better response and reduced fatigue. EVA in the FullBED cushioning system smooths chatter and absorbs shock from harsh landings. The Lushstrap ankle strap and Primo Capstrap keep your foot securely, yet comfortably locked down, and Smooth Glide buckles make it a breeze to get in and out of your binding. A new feature this season is the Flex Slider, which allows the heel strap to fall open so it stays out of your foot's way when you're getting ready to strap in. Plus, it has Burton's Re:Flex universal mounting system so you can mount it to any type of board.
- Canted highback with MicroFLAD
- Polycarbonate baseplate
- FullBED footbed
- Lushstrap ankle strap with Flex Slider
- Primo Capstrap toe strap
- Smooth Glide buckles
- Universal disc
- Item #BUR00ZS
- Q & A
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Can take a beating
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I recently purchased the Burton Stilettos to replace a pair of Burton Lexa's from 2015. I'm an all mountain ride the likes to get after it. As much as I'd love to be in waist deep powder every trip or time out that's not in my cards so I need a binding to hold up to powder, chunder, groomers and occasional ice on the local hill. I like a slight flex but firm hold on my boots. The stilettos allow just that. They lock my heel down but allow for some give when my board takes on hard vibrations of chunder at speed. The lush straps are comfy but supportive and the Flubbed baseplate padding makes a huge difference at the end of a long day when you unstrap and flex your feet for the first time. Smooth guide ratcheting is actually slightly smoother than last years Lexa's. I literally spent almost 12 full hours in these recently; first tracks on the mountain in powder all the way too night skiing and these bindings killed it! Not to mention the purple looks amazing on my board! Seriously good buy!