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I'm just coming back this season after being out for 2 years due to a fucked up knee. What kinda bindings can i ride at a normal (or almost normal) din without pre ejecting? Anyone use the lines? I'm 170lbs. and ride hard enough to be considered abusive.
get some race stock bindings by look or rossingnol, same exact binding.
i like the rossi's but just cuase they are all black
^He wants a binding to ride at a normal DIN, not super high with less chance of release when you need it.
Everyone has a different opinion on bindings these days, and finding some 'truth' about them is damn hard. I've looked. They all meet DIN specs, so they should all provide the same basic level of protection shouldn't they?
I'm planning on trying the Lines this season, just for the hell of it.
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The Rossignol and Look bindings hard seven points of contact instead of the standard three, and they have more elastic movement than any other binding in the market, making them a bit safer. They are both equaly good in my opinion (they're both 'dildo' bindings). I find that you can ride them at lower DINs and they won't pre-release, but they release when you need them. All around good bindings
Screw this I'm going skiing
yeah man get some look's or rossi's there the samething and there the best binding hands down. they have never let me down
^^i agree with that guy, you can ride look, rossis at lower dins and not pre release, don't get tyrolias, they pre release.
But if you are coming off knee injury i would go for the new line Binding the reactor.
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