It's a little higher than regular, but you've got a lot of absorption underfoot. And the freedom plate has very minimal lift. I put the freedom plate and the binding on some new AR5's, and it still wasn't much more lift than any other binding.
I just ordered some for My 05 Mike Nicks. Are they durable, do they hold well? Will they stay on my skis?
For me theres skiing, nothing more, nothing less. And it consumes me, every day im out there, and every day im not
And no, I'm not getting photo incentives from those ads. If i wanted to do that, I'd just say 'Rip Curl, Nordica, Marker, Level, Astrix.' See? Now i've made money.' - Brad Holmes to some idiot kid from Potland Maine
Yeah skiing consumes me too, but it doesn't mean I want to trust my knees to a product not fully legitimized (in my eyes) with customer satisfaction...as of yet. I would rather see how the product performs first then make a decision. Bindings are a sensitive issue...no pun intended for the dude who lost his skis on a jump.
becker and coker have been riding them with no issues as far as i know, and ill be waiting on my pair..they arent the weight of bricks, and their damn durable...and Josh would know, hes probably slinging them in his shop already
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if you've held a ski with the binding on it then there is no way you can say it's heavy. As for the plate ting,... It's kinda lame, I don't know why line didn't just make it so you could drill them into other skis, they can't expect only people that have lines to use the biding.
I think Anthony Boronowski in general is just a phase.
they don't but the point was to be able to make one binging interchangable. By putting the adapter on a ski you can swop the bindings between skis with the plate mounted and other lines (since htye are pre-drilled). An adapter plate for all your skis is cheaper than bingings for all your skis, so there really is a point.
I would have bought them had they not been $399 american, I also heard that the suspension dealy kind of deadens your ski. Not as much feel as you'd like, but still a sweet binding.
why would i bother doing a misty 9? id much rather sit here at home, get my dick sucked by your fat ass bitch of a mom, smoke some pot and eat tons of food-- Lateralis
you cant mount them straight into a ski because there would be too much stress on too small an area of the ski. unless the ski had metal in it, which nearly all twin tips do not, you would most likely rip the binding right out of the ski.
Yeah yo uhave a good point. However telebindings only have four holes and they don't even realease so ther can be a lo of strees on the ski. And I have yet to pull a pair of bindings out of good skis. Wimpy skis made more for touring on the other hand I've destroyed.
I think rails in general are just a phase. - Anthony Boronowski
D-loc's picture looks like a monkey smoking that cig. If you had a mug like that would you really want everyone to see it.
for those of you that stress about the price why dont you shut up and accually take the time to analize this. lets say you buy a pair of pivot 12's for $300, yes that is a little expensive but thats only $50 more then the p12. Now look at it this way, most of us have over 2 pair of skis, thats 200+ per pair of skis for bindings, but with the pivots you only need one pair of bindings. SEE the cost benifit here?
not to mention line adds a 2 year warrenty to the skis and bindings if you buy them as a pair, now thats something to look into.