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Experience and Opinons on Bindings
Im getting some Rossi Scratchs and will need bindings for them. Are any of these bindings good for twins? I mean strong enough to handle impact from jumps, rails, etc. Has anybody used any of these before?
Look Nova 9 Binding
Rossignol Axium 90
Rossignol Axium 100
I personally wouldn't take any of those. If you want to stay at that 'caliber' of bindings, you should look into the Look P10, or the salomon S810Ti.
yea definitely look at the looks or the salomons...proven performance for freeskiing
those are weak bindings man. go with a look p10 or p12 jib.
get any of the Look pivot series, such as the P12. i have them and they are very nice. you won't be disappointed
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With the type of skiing you are doing, its better to go with a heavier duty binding, the ones you have there are to weak! Look at something like the S912 or the P12/P14. The S810 might work depending on your weight and how aggresive you are. I had them on a set of twins and I kept coming out of them (granted I am close to 200 pounds). Now I use the S912/S914. They work very well.
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Ive had look p 12s for the past few years and they work awesome. if you dont wanna spring the extra cash and you dont need the extra din then get the p10's.
yeah def go with some p10s or p12s depending on how hard u ride.....
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rossi scratch bindings are really good as well. it's the same as the looks so...
If you want the axiums for lightness (which they are), then go with S912s. Almost as light, but much more solid.
I'm more looking at those because of the price, and some shops around me are offering the scratch ski with the axium binding, and they say it's strong enough, it's even got a scratch graphic on the binding, so they maybe do work well together
if you want to get the best binding possible look into race stock bindings from Look or Rossignol. They are made all metal so they're super durable, have all the best springs and parts, and have non vaginal din ranges (example, my Look Zr race bindings have a range of 8-18)
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if you don't care about weight, go with the ZR races... i use em and they are indestructable... i also use the p14s and ive had no problems with em yet, though a piece keeps chipping off... the only thing about the ZRRs is that they are a bitch to get out of and i can't crank em higher than 11. but i love em. i personally didn't like the s914ti but thats cause i had a lot of problems with the wings. thats my 2 cents
I would not put any of those bindings on a scratch ski. You will regret it later. Something to keep in mind is, if you put a rossi binding on a rossi ski, it doubles the warranty of the ski. We all like warranty, so I reccomend an AXIAL binding from rossi. The look P-series are the same too.
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