I have a pair of Look PX12s (identical binding) with >250 days on them and no problems. I had another pair on park skis back when I did that, and I had another pair on my first pair of twin tips long ago that I sold with >100 days on them. All together, I've had zero problems and I recommend that binding if you don't want to shell out almost 2x as much for Pivots.
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Yup. I own three pairs, one with around 100 days on them, 30 (?) days on them, and 50 days on them, and have never had any problems besides a few broken brakes, which will happen on any binding. Overall very good bindings for what they cost (obviously not as good as something like a fks 180, sth 16 etc)
I have a pair that have worked great for this last season. I am hoping to get another good year out of them. They are a solid 12 din binding if you don't have the money to go for the FKS. I bought mine about a year ago for $130 new, so I would suggest buying a new pair instead of a sketchy pair for a bit cheaper.
not really a fan of the binding. Have broken the metal track on a pair and completely blew apart another. They had over 100 days on them, so they were used a lot. I still use them on some of my skis, but still not really a fan.
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Daaang. I'm too late to this party. I just bought a pair of STH12 Drivers for $119 on backcountry, price matched from bentgate. All out of stock though now. The Axial 120/PX12 is a pretty good binding but I have seen the heel track explode into two, and the heel pieces bent on several occasions. We could get them back working though if we tapped the heel back upright. The rider goes realllly hard though and weighs about 180. Great bindings other wise and still pretty durable if your not hucking your meat to the grave.
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I personally do not like the Axial2 series. I have two pairs, but returned one because they suck. They're pretty heavy and cumbersome for composite bindings, and I dont think there all that good to be honest. I like the STH Driver series much better.
I just got a pair of Atomic FFG 14 Team (same as STH 14 Driver) from backcountry for 139.99 since they price matched STH 14 Drivers from bentgate, but ended up not having any left in stock. The FFG Team/ STH Driver are much better bindings than the axial2 in my opinion.
What I want to know is how the griffon/jester compare to the STH Driver/FFG Team. I want to try a pair of markers since I have heard a bunch of good feedback, but I also have heard some negative feedback...Anyways, if you going to go with Rossi, get the FKS if you fit into the DIN range. It's like night and day compared to the Axial2.
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