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hey, I was wondering....what are the lightest good bindings. i was thinking like the Look P10 or the P12. anyawy any feedback would be appreciated. thanks.
salomon 910 Ti, or something like that, i think salomon bindings suck though
the look or rossi pivot or axial biders are pretty light, and also some of the best biders out there.
the tyrolias are probably the heavyest.
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Salomon Ti series are the lightest in my experience. The rossi axials are the heaviest I have used
yeah the salomon tis are the lightest, but i think looks/rossis are the best overall
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look novas are the lightest (i read it in sbcskier) I have them but they suck and are definately not the safest bindings they were like $60 though
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screw lightness, get the new line bindings and protect yourself
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it doesnt matter how much the bindings weigh they are all pretty much similar in weight
i think the line bindings are goin to be pretty light to, well at least thats what the line rep i talked to told me
of course the line rep told you that, thats his job. he may be right though... just felt i should state the obvious.
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light isnt always good, weight must me sacrificed for safety and durability and a DIN setting that will not prematurely ejaculate you.
go with look/rossi. you cant suggest the line bindings yet because they arent even out yet. its a very good idea but a few bugs might need to be worked out the first year.
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