For a heavier skier like you, I would only reccommend Salomon or Atomic bindings (they're the same, just different colors) if they have the driver toepiece. Look up salomon sth 14 driver, and salomon sth 14 oversize, and you'll see the difference in toepiece. Heavier/more aggressive skiers are known to break the non-driver toe (oversize or z toe) pretty regularly, and they're not as consistant for heavier skiers. If you're a beginning park skier, you could actually probably get away with an sth 12 driver, but I would definitely only stay within the realm of driver toes. Also look on the sell/trade forums for a rossignol fks 155. It's an extremely solid all metal turnable pivot-style binding, which are known to be the safest/most reliable bindings on the market, with a reasonable din (6-15), but you can usually get them for around $150 because rossi stopped making the 155 back around 2007 or so. Still the most reliable binding housing on the market, it's the exact same binding as the fks 180 which you see lots of people rocking and raving about, but with a spring that's more suitable for everyday use, as it doesn't start at 8. Hope this helps.
Sparknotes: Dont get salomon or atomic unless driver toe, check out used fks 155s
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