Welcome to the Newschoolers forums! You may read the forums as a guest, however you must be a registered member to post.
Register to become a member today!
Im getting bindings for my head madtrix, and Im looking at either look/rossi if I have the money, or tyrolia since they double the warranty and are cheap. I was wondering how much lift is too much, cause im considering the Tyrolia td12 railflex because its freeflexing. Does anyone know of any other freeflexing bindings that arent too high?
lifters are for racers and beginners, people concerned with turning. if you know what you are doing and dont demand a perfect carve evry time, ie. freeriding, ditch the risers. they are added weight.
'Dude, check out this nasty gouge.'
'Your mom has a nasty gouge.'
im just gonna sling crystal meth so i dont have to get a real job and can afford to ski, with the way my senior year is goin though thats probably one of my few options
I know what lifters are for, But Im talking about the lift that comes with freeflex systems. As in Ideally I want as little lift as I can get with a freeflexing binding. Or If I have money Ill get look bindings with no risers, and since they have such a short mounting zone, they dont inhibit the flex of the skis too much.
What Im asking is whats the most lift acceptable with a freeflex system, before it gets too high for jumping and doing rails
well it's personal preference, but you probably want to feel really close to the ski
'you should probably get bindings or it will be hard to stay on your skis...don't get gloves tho, gloves are out. just use a cigarette to keep your hands warm' -221
All times are Eastern (-4)