There are a two major types of mounting systems for snowboards, the regular 4×4/4×2 and The Channel.
Everybody else uses the standard mounting system.
If you choose to go the Burton route, you will have a Channel board, which works best with EST bindings. The idea with the Channel is that rather than the 4 mounting screws of a normal board, you have 2 which slide along the channel.
It means that you aren’t as restricted with stance angles or widths.
|Regular 2×4 / 4×4
Brands of bindings that will fit on Channel Boards
Union bindings on a Channel boards
Both the Minidisk and the New Disk will work on Channel and regular boards.
Ride bindings on a Channel board
Bindings with the Micro-Disk will work on Channel Boards. Ride bindings with the 4″ disc need to buy the Slot Compatible Disk Kit
Flow bindings on a channel board
Flow bindings with the Multidisc fit Channel, regular and 3d pattern boards.
Burton Re:Flex bindings come with 6 discs, so they can be mounted on 4×4/4×2, Channel and the old Burton 3d pattern.
Salomon bindings on a channel board
Salomon bindings with the universal disc will work with everything
K2 bindings on a channel board
K2 bindings with the Mini Universal Disc will work with 4×4/4×2, Channel and 3D snowboards.
If you are looking at buying bindings but aren’t sure if they will fit your board, use this contact form and I’ll double check them for you.