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Grizzly.ButtahJust want to be light.
Profahoben_212Why are you considering 2-12 din bindings and then a random 16 din? You probably don't need the 16 din bud.
The px 12 and axial 120 are relatively heavy for how much plastic they have, also they aren't the best bindings.
Check out the tyrolia attack 13. They are light and durable.
Grizzly.ButtahI just thought the less dins can sometimes mean less weight. And I've considered attacks. Look like a good binding.
Pipe_MunkyThe lower din will equate to a less durable binding because it doesn't have to support the torque of a higher din setting.
If you like the feel of the Duke for touring I would recommend going with the Jesters. Way more durable than the Griffon any day and the weight isn't too bad.
tomPietrowskiThis is not actually usually the case. Pretty much the binding will stay consistent and only the spring change. There are some bindings which slightly upgrade parts but not many and I look at it like if they don't upgrade to the higher din it means the lower din version will be very burly.
People wrongly assume if you spend more you get a better binding. You often won't and will actually end up with a product outside of your user range.
Op op I would look at the attack 13 as was suggested above. great binding and light with less stack hight then marker.
.squirrely.dont get a light binding they will break
Scotty_BoyDid you not read Tom's post? He knows his shit