Burton Genesis EST Snowboard Binding 2017 -White Flag







Burton Genesis EST Snowboard Binding 2017  White Flag snowboard bindings



The Genesis EST provides a generally lower binding profile, which brings you closer and closer to the board. In addition, the ICS Channel offers youless stance opportunities because you simply have to move the binding.

With Burton’s Genesis, you’re in the right place if you’re looking for a tech-savvy bond for every job.┬áThe special features of the Genesis, such as the Kick Back Hammok which ensures that your boat can snugly snuggle up to the highback or the super lightweight 3D molded Hammok strap that adapts to your boat shape like no other, is comfortable and for a Improved board feeling.

The Double Take Buckles with an inclined profile can be set precisely and also work for mei strong minus temperatures.

The Autocant footbed with B3 steam gel absorbs shocks and thus creates a pleasant and stable ride.
-Compatible: Only on ICS Channel
-Scope of delivery: 1 pair
-Flex: 7/10 -medium
-Standard Features:
-Anatomically shaped baseplates
-Highback rotation
-Adjustable Forward Lean
-Tool-free adjustable straps
-Adjustable gas pedal
-Baseplate: EST By attaching the inserts to the binding edge during ICS Channel assembly, the material used for the baseplates could be drastically reduced, the damping increased, the weight saved, and theTie generally give a lower profile.

The EST system offersless possibilities of binding positions and creates a generally improved driving experience.

And all without having to sacrifice the old-fashioned power for changing edges.
-Baseplate material: 30% short glass fiber nylon composite
-The one-component baseplate made of sturdy short-glass fiber nylon composite ensures consistently consistent reaction behavior.
-Highback: Zero Lean made of 18% short glass nylon composite
-A forgiving highback for riders who prefer medium flex.

The highbacks have an ergonomic design that matches the natural shape of the right and left legs for maximum control and comfort.

The highback consists of a 18% short glass nylon composite and therefore quite responsive and robust.
-Hi-Back Extra Feature: Kickback Hammock
-The Kickback Hammock is proverbially an extra suspension on the inside of the hi-back, which works like a link in the power transmission between the boat and the highback. Basically, it’s like fine-tuning your binding.

The Hammock absorbs vibrations and improves the responsiveness of the binding for more precise handling and more fun. on the mountain.
-Adjustability: MicroFLAD
-The ingenious Micro Flad System allows you to adjust your Forward Lean quickly and without any tools.
-Ankle Strap: Hammockstrap -Flex Slider
-The 3D shaped and responsive Reactstrap holds each boat tight in the binding.

Thanks to the Asym function, it is possible to turn the straps around and thereby either put more pressure on the instep or direction of the tibia.

This allows you to choose between a flexible or a fixed setting.
-Toe Strap: Supergrip Capstrap
-The minimalist design combines harder material for more support and softer material in the backbone, which perfectly encircles your boot for a snug fit.
-Buckles: Double Take Buckles with Insta Click
-An aluminum lever on a sturdy steel chassis and a polycarbonate barrel.

New to this system is that the ratchet teeth (as opposed to the conventional horizontal ones) are spirally arranged. This technology is more robust and facilitates the adjustment.
-Damping: AutoCant FullBED
-The AutoCant FullBED steamer is made of Dual Density EVA and offers full-length padding for maximum comfort and less fatigue.

This technology automatically puts your boat in a natural position, optimizing your stance and board feel.

Of course, the gas pedal is adjustable and thanks to the drop fall technique, the inserts are easy to reach.
-Additional steaming: B3 gel heel strike
-Ultimate steaming that can withstand frequent shaking without giving up the ghost. Gro? Entabelle: Schuhgro? En (EU) -S = 38-41
-M = 41-44
-L = 43-48







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