they are pretty good i guess, the pivots are a better binding tho, so far evreyone i know who has these, including me has broken their brake, and my friends toe piece cracked off which he needed a whole new binding
Ribbed for her pleasure? Fuck that. Turn that sucker inside out for your pleasure.-pbskl
women, can't live without them and they can't pee standing up-Rube Baker
They are a proper sweet binding man, have them mounted on my T-hall.
I had a loada trouble with the heel plate, and so did one of the kids i ski with. They both deformed from the binding, kind of twisting, i got told it could be from spinning but i didn't believe it.There was no way to repair it. Luckily they replaced them under warranty, but the new ones are dope. So, yeah go with 'em, and the look pretty sick.
I really doubt you ride at a 9 and 10, actually, there is no way you do. I ride alot harder than you, and Im only at a 7. The only way your DIN is that high is if your forward pressure is way off, and your bindings are completely messed.
Not to be rude, but from your eastern edit, I wouldnt say your ride very hard. I think you would be more than fine with a pair pf p10's, or regular Px12's. There isnt much need for the Jibs, unless you really want the "shock absorber" that is simply a gimmick.
"Skiing should be more like other "action" sports in which there are many different styles and ways of going about it all in which are accepted..make sense?" -powfoka