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Calling all Triad, CO2, C60 owners: Under-baseplate dampening pad?

Can you please describe or even possibly post-up a pic of the "under-baseplate dampening pad" on these bindings? Apparently they're "impact-absorbent dampening pads that eat up vibrations, sudden impacts, and rough terrain so your body doesn't have to" according to Burton's site, and it appears that only the Triad, C02, and C60 non-EST bindings have this.

In my head i'm picturing what Rome does with their bindings, which is a thin rubber pad that does between the actual binding and board.

I'm hoping I can add these to my Cartels... the more cushioning the better!
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Hmm, Burtons Bindings baseplate shape hasnt changed that much in the last few years, so you should be able to get a set that will fit your Cartels.

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Where would you buy these?
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Further research on another forum showed that this pad is EXCLUSIVE to those specific bindings and not something you can transfer over to other ones...
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EST or traditional types? I have a set of EST Triads but their baseplate/footbed are very different to the standard model.
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traditional... ESTs don't really have a baseplate...
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