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Burton  Maker:  Burton
 Category:  Binding
 Model:  P1 Carbon
 Year:  2006
 Price:  $279 (MSRP)

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Long-fiber glass-reinforced nylon spar and polycarbonate baseplate with Gapless Baseplate Padding, air-pad heel cushioning and tool-free adjustable Gas Pedal
Carbon-fiber hi-back with independent Forward Lean and hi-back rotation, progressive flex and true OTT EVA padding
Pre-curved, triple-axis telescoping Superstrap with TPU strap tunnel and convertible Capstrap
Smooth Glide buckles with polished, stainless steel levers and quick release gate
Sizes S,M,L
Burton P1 Carbon, 2006
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Cadillac comfort, Porsche performance. The all-terrain P1 Carbon is made for freeriders who feed off fear. The lightweight, carbon-fiber hi-back amplifies edge-to-edge quickness for uncompromised response and snow-feel. If you’re always tweaking your set up, the independent Forward Lean and hi-back rotation lets you adjust on the fly. The polycarbonate baseplate with long-fiber, glass-reinforced nylon spar and air-pad heel cushioning delivers precision handling in the tightest terrain.
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by Anonymous on 10.29.2005
Strengths: carbon fiber ,metal clips ,made buy the best copmany
Weaknesses: none

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For the adjustment-crazed carbon fiend.Brimming with all the tech and performance serious freeriders will ever need, the P1 Carbon™ is 8% lighter than last year’s P1™ HD. For aggressive freeriders who enjoy straight-lining chutes and dropping steep tree runs, the uncompromising blend of superior response and snow feel makes the co... More»

by Anonymous on 01.28.2011
Strengths: everything about it is amazing.
Weaknesses: none that i can find.

by Anonymous on 02.05.2005
Strengths: Brilliant binding. I tested these on a test day in Soelden this summer. I was so convinced that I went home and ordered a pair. The new cap strap and overall feel are excellent. I bought the P1 Carbon, which is a bit harder then the normal P1, but both bindings are fun.
Weaknesses: Had some issues with the top strap when I first used the binding. But that seems sorted now. Also the two metal dials which show you the binding angle came off after about 2 1/2 weeks of riding. So I'd say brilliant bindings but the usual Burton quality issues if you ride them hard and long.