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Burton Step On Escapade Re:Flex Snowboard Bindings · Women's · 2023

Burton Step On Escapade Re:Flex Snowboard Bindings · Women's · 2023

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The legendary control, versatility, and comfort of the Escapade with the added simplicity of Step On® for a simple, intuitive board connection.

Any terrain, all riding styles, the women's Burton Step On® Escapade Re:Flex Snowboard Bindings are for riders who do it all. They balance high-end comfort with a playful, responsive feel, all with the intuitive ease of Step On. The kickback Hammock suspension enhances performance and comfort, while full underfoot cushioning keeps you riding longer. Micro-adjust the lean to suit your stance, step on, and ride.

Age Group
Adult
Gender
Women's
Model year
2023
Binding style
Step-on
Binding mount pattern
2x4, 4x4, Burton 3D, Channel
Flex
Medium
Highback
FLAD™
Baseplate
Single Component 30% Short-Glass / Nylon Composite Baseplate
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Jenny Ackers
Jenny Ackers
Snowboard Expert
20 customers helped
Jenny Ackers tested this product

These bindings are great for a rider who prioritizes convenience or who is unable to strap in their own bindings.

I love using these bindings while instructing, because I can easliy take them off or quickly put them back on in a lesson. On groomers, it's really easy to get in and out of them, but on powder days, I have had issues with getting my boots fully clicked in. You actually need to hear/feel two clicks where the highback interfaces with the boot for the boot to be secured, which can be an issue in really soft snow. Just today, I was halfway down a late-day black choppy powder run, when I suddenly felt the boot fully click in. I thought I was fully in at the top of the run, but apparently my ususal tricks of twisting the board and ollieing to make sure the boot is fully engaged in the binding hadn't worked so well in powder.

Even when fully locked in, the bindings make some clicking sounds, which are definietly unnerving when riding aggressively.

Overall, I really like these bindings, especially while teaching beginner lessons, and because I have a disability that makes strapping in traditional bindings more challenging. But, I think in the future, I'll keep these as my bindings for teaching and go back to traditional bindings for my aggressive personal riding for peace of mind.

Pros
  • Stiff, responsive binding
  • Extremely comfortable and lightweight
  • Easy to adjust boots when locked in
Cons
  • On powder days, it can be challenging to determine whether the boot is fully locked into the binding
  • Getting out of the binding can be a bit clulnky
  • Even when fully in the binding, there is a clicking sound that can feel unnerving
Female snowboarder in yellow jacket waves and kneels in the snow with her snowboard attacked on a powder day.
Burton Step On Escapade Re:Flex Snowboard Bindings · Women's · 2023
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