So what I hear, TJ Schiller is all about this binding along with a whole slew of other riders. Apparently they produced it a couple years ago, and now are bringing it back? So whats the deal with the NEW version Rossi is now producing and whats the history behind it?
By reading up on it a bit, it seems to allow more travel in the heel both lateral and vertical, which could prove to be a safer choice. Are there any differences between the new one and old one? Any drawbacks to this binding?
Also, does this still have the "fall out of your binding" affect like the current Look, Dynastar, and Rossi bindings do instead of the "eject" feel of a typical marker or tyrolia?
Yeah so all the FKS posts are from like 2 years ago and therefore irrelevant because there is a NEW FKS out. So once again what are diffs between the new ones and the old ones. So glad you guys all know about the NEW FKS that is out, not the old one, not the one that you can find on the search bar, not the one that is gold, not the one that is the 185, BUT THE NEW ONE.
your a beauty, its the same binding. cosmetics/name that is all. maybe a rivet to ake care of the casing issue(just so you don't ask another question that can be answered by the search bar, or my favorite google!) the casing on the heel peice was knowing to fall off, oh and wide breaks.
here i used for google you, http://thegoat.backcountry.com/2009/10/06/behold-the-new-old-rossignol-fks-binding-is-back/
the price makes sense, look at the STH 16 , same deal old tech new look. its really supply and demand, not many of the old ones kicking around that people are willing to sell. if you want a high din metal binding from a different company your paying big bucks. i also would pay the extra money because of its track record for performance/saftey/durability.