the deadbots LOOK sick and apparently are based off of a pretty good existing binding...i wouldnt know, i havent tried them.
look at what i typed before. i covered most of it. i notice you are really keane on getting Line stuff. reactors have alot of problems. i personally have never tried them, but ive fixed a pair of fujatives with them. they are apparently revolutionary with specially developed release points..bla bla bla...it says it all on the line website. use the searchbar though, alot of people complain about the reactors. screw "safe" bindings, get something proven to work like look p12's or s912s (if you promise to keep them adjusted...).
line chronics are dope. the carbon ollieband is actually noticible. its a poppy ski. the fujatives are an alternative to the chronic if you want something a little wider, but just as soft. chronics would be probablly the perfect Line ski for your needs. but you are willing to spend alot, so why not look at the more expensive product (well...retail value) out there. expensive doesnt always mean bgood, but armada skis are just great. they are a pretty new company, but they are amazing in park. armada has been doing their research, and the years ar5 has alot of great features. i would reccomend ar5's for you. just because i know the ski and know its strengths and weakness more than i do the chronic. ar5s are stiffer than the chronic, but still really rip in park. if i was going to drop as much as you are on skis, i'd say p12s on ar5's. but if you want to save some money...chronics. if you have other skis and want to switch between them, but dont want to buy bindings for it, like a powder ski and your park ski, then the reactors can quickly be exchanged between skis...i say dont bother with it all and just get on proctorjones or ebay and get some ar5's. great in park, but can still rip everywhere.
but if you're stoked on the chronics or their graphics or something, just get them. either way, you wont regret.
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