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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-09-2016, 02:39 PM Thread Starter
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Burton Malavita for Slash Brainstorm?


i recently picked up a new slash brainstorm 163w and today i bought a pair of Ride Lasso boots in us size 11.

To complete my setup the only part missing would be a pair of good Bindings. My previous bindings are Burton Freestyle´s from 2012.

Until this season i rode most of the time on groomers and just a little bit in the park. This year is my 4. season of boarding and i want to open my ridingstyle a little bit more towards park. I also want to learn to butter.

So now the Burton Malavita Re Flex look damn nice to me.

what i love about the newer Burton Bindings are the double take ratchet system, the outfolding straps for easier entry, the good support and the lifetime warranty.

I know that the Cartels are really good alround Bindings but im afraid of destroying my boots with them like in the picture
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Vitas are an awesome binding. The hammock straps are sweet, super comfortable and great all around. Solid for freestyle. Can't go wrong with them of you do get em. Good luck.
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Yep, seem like they'd be a fine fit. I have a pair and they're great. Not my personal favorite pair of bindings, but they do everything pretty well.
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