or save you money, and dont buy salomons. those are VERY crappy bindings. YEs, they are very light, however, they break, (the old track style bindings frequently blow the heelpeice right of the ski) and you have to ride a high din to prevent pre-release. ebay7 a pair of look rossi pivots, in whatever din range you need. besides from never breaking, they are lower on the ski, have a shorter mounting point, look better, and have the best release out, bar none. you can ski hard as you want, and never lose a ski. but when you take a fall, your skis just disapear. theres no strain as the ski releases, just an instant, butter smooth release. and you can run a low din. most of the time, the your din on the din chart is plenty (if your a "III skier"). i run my pivots at 10 in the heel peice and 7 in the toe (to save my knees), and my reccomended din is 7. seriously, in the 4 years ive been riding pivots, ive only had one fall where my skis didnt come off when they needed too, and that was my mostly my fault for running too high a din. and, ive NEVER, EVER lost a ski when i shouldnt have. in all my expeirence with Salomon bindings, the same cannot be said.
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