Questions like this one should normally be posted in Gear Talk (or GT, as some people call it), because it concerns gear (d'uh...)
Anyway, it depends on what kind of skiing you like I guess, if you plan on hitting BC booters and riding switch a lot you might want a different binding than when you plan on mounting them at -5 or so.
Ofcourse it's important you get a really wide brake, so you'd have to get a binding that supports wide brakes.
Also, maybe you could specify your height and weight, so we know at what DIN you (should) ride.
and yeah, depending on your height, weight, ability, Boot sole length etc. Both Jesters and STH 16s may not be right for you. But they have lower DIN options of both of those bindings So you should be set.
If at first you don't succeed, failure may be your thing.
- Warren Miller
not to ruin it, but im frankly surprised that this thread is actually helpful.
it gives me hope that these forums are becoming less of a shit show now that winter is creeping back.
----------------------------------------- pEACE cOAST
jib on the cows...make em go moo
i dont smoke but the kids who do are really good
i got my priorities straight. Skiing, then food or something, THEN bitches.
My new official response to you and douches like you is "DOUCHEY DOUCHE IS DOUCHEY"
Srsly, if you can't help a bro out, regardless of what you assume to know about him, GTFO. The guy needs help (which you pointed out already), but if you can't give any helpful advise, then SHUTUP! If someone hadn't shown you the ropes when you were a noob (i'm not denying that you may still be, given your response) than you'd be in the same boat that you assume this guy is in.
In conclusion: Give respect and help a bro out instead of putting him down.
ITS NOT COOL!
I'm down with my black brothas.
- Abraham Lincoln
dumont is gay with bios so he could prob do it
Yes, now that i look back, that would have been a half-assed attempt at thinly veiled sarcasm. next time i shall insert a (sarcasm) to make sure you are not so easily confused.