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AT Frame Bindings vs Daymakers
I’ll be skiing mostly inbounds but hope to do some tours next season in Utah and need help deciding between some AT frame bindings or griffons with daymakers for my J Friends. I’ll be skiing mostly inbounds but getting frame bindings would save me money and would be convenient. What performance am I losing and what are your opinions? Help me out newschoolers
IMO performance is way better with Daymakers on the up vs the Marker F10s I had before. The markers felt weird like I was going to step off the ski. Skiing with regular bindings is also better. I got used to the extra height of the Markers but eventually I broke them because they are just plastic where they screw into the ski. Downside of the daymakers is they take longer to get clicked into but I think that will get easier with more practice.
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