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Up and down movement in binding
I have a pair of marker griffons in good condition and a pair of px12 bindings that are a few years old. Having just switched boots to Dalbello Kryptons, and although my forward pressure is set correctly, my new boots move up and down a bit in the toe piece of both bindings. The actual toe piece of the binding has no play, but it seems like there is a gap allowing my boot to move. This is really annoying.
Has this happened to anybody else? Will I have to buy new bindings, or could it be that my boots are defected and the toe is a bit thinner than normal? Also, which bindings have adjustable toe pieces so I dont have to deal with this?
I have the same boots and jesters and the boit mives up.and down, for me itsnot annoying and i dont have any problems proformance wise
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Maybe the driver thought it was MFM's girlfriend and was scared shitless. -Mike-O
What the hell is that? Stonehenge? -TWA
I also have griffons and Il Moros and I've experienced the same thing. For me it was very minor and didn't affect my skiing but if anyone has a solution I'd love to hear it.
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dalbellos have the smallest toe lug height thats allowed by DIN settings, and griffins/jesters dont have an adjustable toe. Theres going to be a bit of toe slop for sure.
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Jesters fucking suck. The suck soooo damn bad. If you want a real binding, get something that is adjustable, like an STH (driver obviously) 14 or 16. Especially if youre on a boot like a dalbello who decides to do the bare minimum so if you wear down the boot even slightly you're fucked.
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