The Burton Lexa Snowboard Binding is a dream come true. Offering one of Burton's most plush feelings underfoot makes for exceptional comfort in all conditions. Not only is the comfiness off the chart the responsiveness is too! Great for the rider who likes to go fast or enjoys a binding that has some power built in. Ready to rip the frontside and the backside with its game face on is what seperates the Lexa from other bindings. Heel Hammock and Hammock strap lock your boot in with precision for a feel you will fall in love with. Canted Living Hi-Back has the ergonimcal design that is a women specific fit which drives home the realtionship bewteen you and the board. Feel the power, respsonse, and comfort within the Burton Lexa to take you stoke levels up a whole bunch of notches.
Single-Component Re:Flex - Traditional disc cored baseplate crafted from a a blend of short-glass and nylon material that allows the board to flex naturally while increasing responsiveness.
Canted Living Hinge - Ergonomic design that accomodates natural forward lean that allows you to adjust forward lean and hi-back rotation independantly.
Heel Hammock - Rubber like material reinforces the inside of the hi-back for added grip and response.
Asym Hammockstrap - A stitchless asymetrical strap that offers lots of response, but can be flipped to increase freedom.
Supergrip Capstrap - Firmer materials provides the skeleton with strength while the softer materials contour to the boot for added comfort and grip.
Double Take Buckles - Helical teeth and "Insta Click" engagement get you in and out faster by using torque more effficiently when strapping in.
AutoCANT SensoryBED - Dual-density EVA cushioning automatically settles your boot into a natural position regardless of stance to increase comfort, reduce fatigue, and more direct board control.
B3 Gel - Gel pack sits directly underneath the heal for even more cushioning and comfort that absorbs vibration like a champ.
Flex Slider - Ankle strap has the ability to flex and fully open for even entry and exit of the binding.