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I think the line bindings are going to break a lot of skis. Sinc it is mounted in the middle and the plate is solid and doesn't flex. There is rubber used as dampeners but if you come down to hard on your tip or tail The rubber will bottom out like shocks on a mountain bike. So the ski will just snap at the front or end of the binding.
dude if the binding was gonna break skis LINE wouldn't make it. and from what we've heard from riders like Eric Pollard its an awsome binding, i doubt he'd say that if it snaped his skis in half
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i highly dought that, most skis around that binding are are beefed up a bit, and i will put the same forces on a ski as any other binding. plus if this design did start snapping skis, i sure line would pull the plug on the project for a while..
I guess were just gonna have to wait and see. They have put alot of reasrch time into it, and i think it's a great idea. I hope it turns out awesome. To bad it's not easy to use with all ski companies.... (4 mounting holes)
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Even if they did break skis (which im sure they won't), Line has the best warrenty on the market. They would just replace them for ya!
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