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So today after eating it quite a few times, I'm skating to the tow and notice a play in my toe piece on my left ski. After getting up the hill I take my ski off to notice that the little toe thing that moves side to side fell out and was no where to be found. Exposing a badly bent spring. I skied the next few hours just noticing a play in my toe. I have been in the market for bindings and have found a few deals on bindings that suit my needs. Would it be better to get new bindings very soon, or wait for them to be shipped and then get them mounted? (waiting longer is cheaper) And is it still safe to ski on my current bindings?
Try the Marker Squire, they are $189, lightweight, and a good overall binding
I was going to go for the mojo 12's or px12's/ I've heard those things have some issues.. Help anyone? Makes me wish I had a boot problem so at least I could count on onenerdykid to save the day.
Please tell me your joking only a good binding if your a 60 pound girl that skis only greens
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px 12 is best for the price decently durable don't pre release often. or go with fps if you want to spend more $$$ its has more contact points and give you a better feel of your skis
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