THE_SWITCHI've heard so much about "most people only need a 12 din" and "18 is completely unnecessary" but my FKS 14's weren't enough for even grabbing (I pulled off my ski with my dins at 12.5 several times).I'm not even a huge dude. I'm 5'9" and 165lb. I now have fks 18's and have my dins at 15. I guess double corks + Ice coast = Need for high dins???/claim
*disclaimer* don't put your fucking dins to 15 unless you know that you can handle it. If you don't know exactly what you're doing, let a shop do it.
Thus the most
people only need a 12. If you know what you're doing and know how the binding works and what din you
need, then by all means get a beefier binding. But if someone is asking whether or not they need
an 18 din, they probably don't.
Side note: if you're skis are popping off simply from you grabbing too aggressively with a 12.5 din, I would check how your boot is fitting in your binding, as that seems like their could be something else at play there. Granted, I don't ski the ice coast or do dubs, but that seems weird. I could be completely wrong and you could just be crushing it on the jumps, but that's my opinion on the matter.
Also, your disclaimer is on point. If you don't know, have someone that does know do it for you.
bitches love it when they can see my dick bulging against my outerwear. they are all like "is that a sandwhich for later?" and im all like "no, that is my massive penis sandwiched between the tight fabric of my pants and my inner thigh" - pomme-de-terre
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