|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|03-07-2011 11:28 PM|
Originally Posted by Mr. Polonia View Post
What board are you getting, and why?
|03-07-2011 07:14 PM|
i dont know what kind of burton board ur getting, but be aware that the C60's are Burton's highest quality bindings and are also the stiffest.
i wouldnt recommend those bindings unless ur gonna be riding on a Custom X or T7.
|03-07-2011 07:04 PM|
|Rufus||If you think you might want to use the C60s on a non-Burton board in the future you should get the regular C60s. I'd get the EST version for both the improved board feel and easy stance adjustments. With the EST you also have the option to change out the footbeds to the shred bed or canted footbeds.|
|03-07-2011 06:40 PM|
|jgsqueak||Better board feel with EST over a disc. The progression from most to least board feel/flex is: EST, Re:Flex, 3D (disc). If you have a channel there is no reason to not get EST binders...|
|03-07-2011 06:17 PM|
Thanks for the info. I think i do pretty well on a board
I am just trying to see if there would be that big of a difference.
|03-07-2011 05:36 PM|
|stunt66||All depends on your level of riding if you'll notice a diff or not but if i were you i'd get the EST C60's. The only shitty thing with EST bindings is they'll only work on a ICS board.|
|03-07-2011 05:27 PM|
Burton c60 est and c60
I am going to get my first Burton board and it of course has ICS. You can get regular c60 without the est and now you can get the conversion disc so any binding can fit the ICS. My question is that I can get regular c60's for 260$ and the est c60's for 319$ would there be that big of difference with the c60 and conversion disc then the est c60 ?