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What Bindings To Buy?
I need help on what bindings are the best. I heard LOOK has some nice bindings but what about rossi or marker, what are the cheapest money wise
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get look or rossi, they're the same....dont get marker, good skiinging binding, but not for freestyle, dont get salomon's, yea they're light, but they break, line's have a good concept behind them, but they break...look's are most durable and hold you in the best
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^exactly what he said. good advice. either rossi or look
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reactors if you wanna save your knees...wow i just started an arguement
From my experience with bindings, here's a personal breakdown:
Marker: Unless you are willing to go top the line, don't bother. They break, they pre-release, they don't release when you need them. These are my least favorite bindings.
Salomon: I have 810tis right now because I'm a little guy. I like them them and they have held up quite well for me. A lot of people bash Salomon for breaking easily, but I ride damn hard and these babies have held up for two seasons now.
Line: I haven't tried the reactors, but I want to. The concept is excellent. If you have had knee problems or are super paranoid about your knees, I would give these a roll. I want them next year. The major downfall of these is that I know several people who have broken theirs.
Look/Rossi: Same bindings. These are solid and there is really nothing wrong with them at all. I don't like the heelpiece, however. If you take a fall , the heel piece can bruise your ass/leg up pretty badly. However, these are solid and dependable bindings and very few people dislike them.
yea i have bad knees kind of and i want bindings that are durable and dependable
the part about reactors that saves your knees is that they have a pivot heel. the look p12 or p10 have a pivot heel as well.
^ all bindings release form the toe.
i guess while we're on this subject, what DIN range do most people look for when getting bindings? i'm pretty sure no one needs 18 or something.
4-12 usually fulfills most peoples needs.
Marker Comp 14 Free is the nr 1 bindings
Oh, yes they are
how are the rossi 100 bindings, are they worth it u think
^ the axial 100's are the same as the look p10's. good bindings with a din setting up to 10.
just dont get rossi power bindings
they are racers
what the shit are you talking about? The Rossi Power binding is just the old name for the Rossi Axial Binding. it's the same thing.
And the Rossi race stock bindings (FKS) are the best bindings for freeskiing money can buy.
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anyone selling some cheap look bindings or rossi dildos
its true that the looks have heel release but the reactors are connected throughout. When the toe twists the heal twists the opposite way (pretty sick) I rocked em all this season, they are great, they only eject you when you need it and u literally cant feel you ski come off. The only down fall to them is after one season they are a bit loose and shaky when not in your boot. But there super safe. As for the others. I dunno
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