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Seth Pistol Bindings
Looking thorough some mags lately, i've skied salomon Ti's, Rossi P -12's, and was looking at the line reactor binding. Anyone know how the connection at the four points into the ski would affect toe and heel pressure on the ski, and whether the binding would be reasonable for a powder ski?
Anyoen have a favorite binding for powder? Just list it.
i dont think it matters that much, as long as it works. the reactors look like they save ur knees though....
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'i ski powder only, not park'-hoosey
they were designed primarily to save knees
shit happens when you party naked
just buy look's and rossi's.. there allready tried and true...
..Seth Pistols rock my fuckin socks..
i read one review that said the screw position being in the middle kind of hurt the edging capability (not as much pressure at the ends = not as much power through the turn) but they also said it helped in the park. you have scratch BC's which means you'll have to buy an extra plate to attach the line binding to your regular skis, which will add weight, just thought i'd throw that in too.
Only in my sweetest dreams do my streams lack troubled waters, shallow pools full of shallow fools...
not to mention that your going to be stacked off the ski with that plate/binding combo. the line binding is already lifted enough with out that adapter plate.
Yeah, looking at the reactor it would be hella lift off my ski, and i don't think i'll want that. Rossi's or Salomons, i guess.
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