I'm thinking about getting a pair of Tyrolia Attack 13 demo bindings. I've heard that demos are way heavier than regular ones but I guess I'm confused on why.
My regular Marker bindings can come off by sliding them off their short rails. Aren't demo bindings just regular bindings, but with much longer rails to allow for more boot adjustments? If that's the case, why would they be much heavier, introduce more flex, and sit way higher than regular bindings?
EDIT: Oh wait, no, nevermind. I just looked more closely at my Markers and there is a short rail for the back binding, but the *front* binding is mounted directly into the ski. Hmmmm... well, still not sure whether to get demo bindings or regular bindings. I've skied on both types, but the demos were on a big burly ski while the regulars where on a light playful one, so it's not a good comparison.
**This thread was edited on Mar 9th 2018 at 3:09:37pm