I just picked up a new pair of park skis, and I'm trying to figure out my binding situation.
I've decided to go with binding inserts because I'm poor as fuck, I don't want to buy another pair of bindings, and still plan on using my older skis for urban, or whatever.
I've got the option of:
A) pulling my px12's from my old park skis, and setting up inserts for use on both my park and urban skis on PX12s. Risking relatively little in terms of fucking things I care about up
B) pulling my FKS's from my Caylors, buying brakes that fit my new skis, and setting up inserts on for use on my park and pow skis. Risking fucking up my Caylors, I would fucking die.
I'm pretty torn.
I was leaning towards keeping the FKS's as is, and using the PX12's for park/urban, because I can't fuck my Caylors up. I could also practice installing inserts on my urban skis before hand if I go the PX12 route.
Counter point; FKS brakes are apparently absurdly easy to break, and absurdly difficult to replace. I haven't broken an FKS brake yet, but I'm pretty good at fucking brakes up, as I blow at switch. Putting inserts on my Caylors would make replacing broken brakes much easier.
Anyone have suggestions?
Don't give me karma, I'm just going to lose it anyway