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.lenconOr the 13s
japanadaBrakes are going to brake when you release switch as they dont bend that way. The bindings imo dont make a huge difference in that regard. Make your your bindings are properly adjusted throughout the season, and learn how to land switch.
Swandog7I'd czech out Marker Squires. Notorious for there sweet unbreakable brakes that never snap or bend, and always stay intact.
For real though some major bindings like sth 13, attack 13, and fks have some nice brakes. Typically don't brake and are top of the line bindings. Marker griffons are fine too but I try to stay away from Marker a little. FKS brakes are a bitch to replace though
tommyk141even the smallest, lightest skier can manage to brake at least 5 brakes a year on squires
Swandog7Even the biggest fag can backflip
AnesteeziaSo you're saying there's a chance?