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Rossi bindings diffenences
hey i dont know much about bindings and values for them, but i can get a pair of brand new rossignal axial t plate 100 for $95. there are also brand new rossignal axial 120 sps's for $140. they are both regualar brakes but i have wide skis. is it easy or even possible to make those bindings wide brakes. also which binding would be a better deal. im a noobie to bindings and i ski glades and do some terrain park stuff. my ski level is expert (for the ski chart at ski shops) they are both a color i like too. thanks
You can buy wide brakes. Going 100 or 140 depends on your weight.
i am so glad they are the color you want, thats whats really important here. Now there are several points here
1)it is not hard to reach the expert level according to the charts in the shop, if i folowed those i would be at the level of ski god
2) i dont know your weight so il have to go by the din. If you ride at a 8 or higher and still are growing(i dont know your age) then you are going to want the axle 140's
2)you can get wide breaks for almost any binding or find a comatable break made by another company, yes it is possible to make a break into a wide break but i do not recomend it to a beginer or someone with limited or no ski repair/care/modifaction experiemce.
I have to assume that all of these points are true because instead of knowing what gear to buy you had to come onto this site and ask, im not saying its a bad thing because its not but thats how i gather my information in order to help you. If you have any other questions you can either post here or pm me
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yea im fairly new to skiing. i used to ski for about 3 years then snowboarded for 7 years and now last year i skied again so i dont know much about skis/bindings etc. i bought the 100s because im about 150 pounds and not growing anymore. my dins are set at 8 and i feel good with them there. i talked to a friend who has been ski racing since a long time ago, and he works at a ski shop and he recommended the 100s to me. the reason i said color is because i ride dirtbikes alot and lots of people on those forums say something along the lines of ..both of those are great binding... get the color you like more. thanks for the help though.
yea its not problem, its good that more people are getting back into the sport. As for the difference they have a different din settings. If you ride at a 8 and thats where you think you will stay then yes the 100's will do you fin but if you ever have the need to go higher i recomend getting a 120 or a 140. The rule is you want to stay 2 din settings away from the maximum that the binding can do.
Like i sayed its good that you are getting back into the sport, welcome back brother
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yea im glad to be back skiing. i took up snowboarding becauce skiing sucks in ct and i wanted a new challange so i taught myself how to board but then i went to vt for college so i wanted to teach myself to ski again. now i do both
I'm not sure, but I think SPS are demo bindings. Don't get demo bindings.
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