Burton Bindings 2009-2010

06 Mar, 2009

The always popular Burton bindings continue on in 09-10 with the variety of cushioning systems, EST technology and various changes to the straps/highbacks/footbeds. While some changes have been done before, it’s certainly bringing them back from the dusty closet of snowboarding.

Burton’s are designed for comfort and 09-10 bindings are no exception to giving your feet some pillows while riding. I spent some time on the two newest designs for 09-10 in bindings, the women’s scribe and molotov which will be reviewed soon.

Burton Exile EST

Burton Infidel

Burton Malavita EST

Burton Malavita with grip tape feeling highback

Burton Freestyle

Burton Custom

Burton Mission

Burton C60

Burton Triad and Cartel

Burton P1

Burton C60

Moving the C60 padded baseplate up

C60 EST Straps


Burton CO2

Burton Escapade

Burton Scribe EST

Burton Citizen

Burton Stiletto

Burton Lexa EST

Check back for the post of Burton Snowboards and more from Burton including outerwear, boots and whatever else I fancy.

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  1. justin
    March 06, 2009

    Those purple Cartels are the hotness. That Infidel reminds me of the old three strap Burtons with the removable top strap (the Freerides? Torques? can’t recall the name)

  2. David
    March 07, 2009

    Why would anybody want a grip tape backing on their bindings. I’m just picturing it rip up my pants quicker than ever.

  3. Anonymous
    March 07, 2009

    Well I will track Burton in 2010 and put it back in My Snowboard Company List… (I used to be fan in 2005 but since I stop)
    In my opinion, they finally understand in 2010 and now they look like they have goods to rival the industry (V Rocker, good bindings with a toe straps that works)…
    Plus, I have to say that they already did well also in 2009 with the boots line (I mean Liner)… and now in 2010 it seems that it is the time where they complete with the bindings and boards (V Rocker)…
    They should be a very good alternative (Will see but it is possible that I could back with there product) the only problem is often that they are more expensive…

    Francis, Montreal, Qc

  4. Anonymous
    March 23, 2009

    The V-rocker is just a public joke. No one rides the rocker board (except travis rice to make sales easy) but travis don’t ride the rocker on jumps. They are unstable at highspeed. rocker’s only good for slow powder and parks.

  5. Anonymous
    May 12, 2009

    Yeah, cause nobody rides park! hahahaha..dude.

  6. Luke
    June 27, 2009

    I like the whole burton 2009 line-up (Boards, boots, and bindings) alot more. The colors on the bindings seem plain this year, alot of black and white.