Smalls are the bindings we use for our kids when they've outgrown the GROM series but aren't quite ready for the men's & women's bindings yet. They have all the features of the bigger models - capstrap, sick strap, decent highback, amazing baseplate - but are done in sizes appropriate for younger riders. The CHX Snowboard club all ride these.
Pair this with the Step On™ boot of your choice and experience the simplicity and convenience of snowboarding’s most intuitive connection. The NEW women’s Burton Step On™ Binding offers the most intuitive boot to binding connection for riders seeking both convenience and performance.
The Surge remains Zero G's best-in-class burly & stiff binding for the big faces we have up here in Chamonix. It's beloved by McNab, Pandolfi and legions of other big-mountain shredders. But now...well, this Pro version takes things to the next level.
Zero G's female customers expect the same reliable top-level performance in their splitboard bindings as men do. The Women’s Surge features all the same stiff and powerful components of the standard Surge – solid baseplate, wide supportive ankle straps, and a stiff highback. The Surge will be a favorite for the splitboarding woman looking for a tough...
Zero G's female customers expect the same reliable top-level performance in their splitboard bindings as men do. That’s why we were careful to have a fully representative range of splitboard bindings for girls up here on the wall in Chamonix. Spark offer the Arc and Surge with all the same features as their men's line, but sized specifically for women's...
If you want brash performance, go for the Cartel or X-Base. X-Base is lightweight, stiff as hell and the carbon highback will transfer every miniscule body movement into your snowboard. That means insane response and a direct, aggressive connection to your snowboard. Have you got the legs for the X-Base?
Grom bindings are the first-step bindings that belong on Choppers, Chicklets, Riglet Boards and After School Specials. As the smallest bindings Burton make they're lightweight, easy to use and will last you for years.
If you want brash performance, go for the Cartel or X-Base. If comfort is your thing, Genesis and Malavita will be good binding choices, Malavita for freestyle and Genesis for freeride. The lightweight and comfy chassis and straps are a great combination, and the three-in-one highback mellows out icey-groomer-buzz and big impacts.
The Subaru Forester of snowboard bindings, the Mission can take a beating and keep coming back for more. It's why we equip our rental fleet up here at Zero G with Missions - they are bomber and provide plenty of boardfeel at a not-too-insane pricepoint.
Burton's Lexa is a premium girl's binding which ticks all the just-right boxes. The equivalent in the men's line doesn't really exist, it's somewhere between Cartel and Malavita in comfort and flex. As the stiffest girl's binding Burton make it's our most popular Zero G binding, and the one all our female shop staff ride.