FREEZE did a story oxn this I think back in 04 or 05.
there were these rubber stick things that would stick up from your skis to prevent you from crossing your skis.
a friend of mine was driving through georgia on a road trip. hes a northerner mind you, and he ends up getting pulled over for speeding. the cop goes "son you were goin 80 in a 60. no one goes that fast through georgia." my friend responds with "well, Sherman did"
he ended up spending the night in jail -freeze_pooter
Hate to say it but Atomic triplet. If it came with 4 skis , 2 for powder rockered and 2 for park then we would be talking but, since that is newer technology it dosn't count. But 3 skis just do it for me.
you do realize that part of the reason that product failed was because it was too innovative for the time it was put onto the market. yea sure they got a bad rap because they were heavy and seemed impractical but hardly pointless at all. just wait til the day when you have a one binding, six ski quiver. Then you can thank one of the greatest men to ever help skiing, jason levinthal. trust me boys that day is coming.
How about really pointless products like the origional white and black mad trix with the swiveling binding? anyone remember those pieces of garbage? One side park one all mountain?
How steezy could a condom get? seriously. - b-kul
xxxl way too big with a reservoir tip like a condom beanie - Ender.
no shit. its not easy or cheap to R&D and manufacture your own ski binding. the tech they used was incredible, and if people on NS weren't rampant rumormongering sheep then maybe they might have had a chance to carry it on another year or two and improve it.
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you do realize that part of the reason that product failed was because it was poorly made. the idea behind it was very ingenious indeed but the actual product dug its own grave. my friends went through 3 pairs in a little over a month and a half, his brother went through 2. neither of them rode hard at all. we would always have to stop and readjust the binding because putting them in vertical ski racks would just slide the heel piece forward. when i was in an REI in seattle i found a pair of the bindings there brand new for 20.00$ and there was a sticky note put on the side saying these bindings are discontinued. it was a failed product. do you ride the reactor binding? i fully understand the practicalities behind the binding but the binding itself was a big brick of doo doo.
I don't wanna talk to you no more, you empty headed animal food trough wiper! I fart in your general direction! Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries!