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Salomon Skis and Bindings?
Any good? What are your thoughts?
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the bindings are light but they fall apart
get looks or rossis
the skis arent the greatest but thats my opinion
test them out, see how you like them
i ski my salomon's hard and haven't had one problem. definately have to crank your din a little higher then on looks tho.
The problem with Salomon bindings is that they need alot of readjustment the screws in the wing piece losen up, the skis are ok they hold up nice but will never be a top preformer
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I'm happy with them, Durable and good all around
I haven't had to adjust mine once all season on either pair of skis...
no complaints wit the skis
pretend you will give the guy head to give back your skis, he probably will accept, then once he whipps his cock out, steal it-SteezePatro
if you want to be a real gangster wear your ski boots to the dance. when he starts shit when youre
JOhnny Mosley once said 'What if it snowed in San Fransico?' What a good quote don't you think
my bindings and skis are three years old, holding up very well. the binding show a little wear and tear but thats normal. no major problems
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spaceframe is not very good
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they're ok but they don't really care about the sport so if you can get them for cheap get them but if you can't get like k2 there stuff is usually much better
'kevin whyed nils pull you out?' 'Cuz i was touchin bitches.' 'No seriously why did he put scott in for you.' 'Scott doesn't touch bitches.'
ive skied 1080's plus s912's for two and a half seasons because ive been broke for a while...but yeah the bindings need a lot of readjustment in the wings...the skis...if you ride them enough, become a good jib/butter ski
if you're a chick that doesn't totally rip, salomon skis are ok, but if you're a dude who beats up his skis, you might want to look elsewhere.
as far as my personal experience with the binding, they have released every time i've needed them to, and they are very lightweight. i broke one of the metal trackpieces on the heel disastering a rail, but it was the last day of the season and they warrantied me for them fairly fast
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