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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 most high heels.

Polycarbonate construction makes the baseplate super light, yet extremely durable. Like, multiple season 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. Plus, it has Burton's Re:Flex universal mounting system so you can mount it to any type of board.

  • Canted Hi-Back with MicroFLAD
  • Polycarbonate Re:Flex baseplate
  • FullBED cushioning system
  • Lushstrap ankle strap
  • Primo Capstrap toe strap
  • Smooth Glide buckles

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5 5

solid bindings

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Bought these since i wanted a little more responsiveness on my powder board. Nice medium flex, much stiffer than my scribe (all-mountain) bindings. definitely recommend these to my friends as a great quality, all around binding that's cost-effective.

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Hey Lindsey.. I also have Nike boots, but with my older pair of Burton Stiletto bindings I find the heel being too narrow for the boot. Do you find this to be an issue with the newer ones?

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I find the footprint on the Nike a problem in most bindings (but it's not painful, just annoying), these are better than my previous stiletto's, but i still have to wiggle a fair bit to step out--an issue I don't have with my Burton scribe bindings. I also fall right in between 2 sizes and opted for the smaller (medium). If I had to do-over, I think I would go with the large to accommodate Nike's larger footprint :D Hope that helps...