there both plastic.
there both poopy.
and there both the exact same housing. so the answer to your question is yes.
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A non-aggressive 5'5 130 twig can ride a z12 just fine.
I would stay away from the z10, I just don't like them.
However, if you're open to looking at other brands, Rossi and Look both make a really great binding in your DIN range. I'd take those brands over Salomon when it comes to lower end stuff. Salomon bindings get better as you step up to metal components and higher DIN's.
yeah i have the rossi p10 and i wanted a lighter binding so im just looking around.
i know the salmon z bindings are less durable than looks/rossis but i heard that there warranty is legit so I wanted to give it a try
are solly's bindings din really lower than they say or something? if my din was at 7 on axial 120's would it be the same as 7 on the z10's? i've just heard so much shit talking about salomon that im confused.
I really wouldnt recomend either of thoes bindings. They break much easyer then a look or rossi of the same din. Solomon really didnt give me any kind of help when i sent them back. They said it was over abuse that broke them (the heel plate is plastic where it screws in so what do you expect to happen). And if your snow break breaks then you cant use the ski at all.
according to this site, every binding put on the market by salomon will break seems like a logical way to run a business.
dont listen to them, soly bindings are good, i have z10's and p10s there both holding up perfectly, the only difference is that the p10s weight a shitload more than the z10s
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