So i got my Salomon Suspects and got some Marker Griffon Schizo mounted in the progerssive stance area do you guys think these were a good binding to mount on my Suspects i tried my new skis on my summer setup and the bindings seemed very very good so far.
I think you should go to you local shop and ask if they have som old binders you can get for free, because those binders will do the job for the short period of time that you are going to ride you suspects before the break.
Why does everyone think that the suspects break so easy i had my old suspects for there years and i have done some crazy shit with them and they didn't do anything nearly as bad as ive seen other skis.
two*. I've heard good things about Suspects ski-wise, and they sound like a fun ski, but durability is supposed to be poor. I've never really heard any good about Griffon Schizo though. You should've just went with Griffons or PX12s or something if you're in that din range.
suspects are commonly believed to be the perfect park ski, until they break. and i really dont think that you needed schizos on a park ski, imo the only ski where that would be handy would be like the Fujas, blends, bridge, or another all-mountian do it all ski
personally, i have the salomon sth 16 bindings. i think they are the bindings that were recommended for me because they are good for the park. i'm lucky i still got my suspects together after one season.. hope they last one more.
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On my summer setup it seems preety light and durable idk it seems fine though so i guess ill try em out ive got the warranty on my bindings so if they suck i can replace em with some Salomon STH 16s or something like that
It depends on your weight and height as well as your ability level and how aggressive you are skiing.
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