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Burton  Maker:  Burton
 Category:  Binding
 Model:  Mission
 Year:  2012
 Price:  $200 (MSRP)

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3 votes on 2018-01-09 11:48:23
Smooth Glide Buckles
Living Hinge
Gettagrip Capstrap
UnderBaseplate Dampening
Single-Component Hi-Back
30% Short-Glass/Nylon
Canted Hi-Back Design
FullBED Cushioning System
Team Skyback II
Features Re-Ground Materials in Baseplate and Hi-Back to Reduce Waste
Available Sizes: S,M, L
Available Colors: Black, White, Cobalt
Burton Mission, 2012
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Focusing on what matters most, the Burton Mission® binding combines barebones weight and dependable strength with the most cushioning possible in a traditional disc binding. From megapipes to mellow cruisers, the mid-range flex delivers, while padded yet responsive straps and the extra tall Team Skyback® II balance second nature response with freedom to tweak.
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by Anonymous on 12.30.2007
Strengths: feels just right, toe caps hold you in perfectly
Weaknesses: very weak, in two seasons I have broken both rear clasps, one binding bolt and one toe cap

by Anonymous on 11.14.2007
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Weaknesses: The strap puts pressur on your top foot and my toe strap is always broken

by croninan on 07.08.2007
Strengths: great flex and extremely light wieght. i have the white/black/orange sweet look. tons of adjustablity. plus a smooth responsive ride.
Weaknesses: not very durable the ice spikes on my hail boots tear up the padding on the sole of the binding. but i have rode them between 30 and 40 times. the cap straps look cool and keep your boot back in the binding. but since they are the low end version and don`t wrap around the bottom toe portion of the boot, they can slip up off the boot on deep toe edge craves. not a big deal just irritating. hope this helps

by Anonymous on 03.06.2006
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by Anonymous on 01.14.2009
Strengths: nice site

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Strengths: This binding rocks. It is soft enough to have fun on in the park but is stiff enough to do lots of carving.
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Mission 2008
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by Anonymous on 10.25.2012
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by justin on 03.29.2009
Strengths: comfortable
Weaknesses: none