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Good bindings that won't put me in debt?
I'm looking to get new bindings for next season. I'm willing to spend 100-200 dollars on them. Any good brands in that range that would go well with bdogs or vishnus?
look pivots are amazing but even the 12s will be over 200 i believe
tyrolia attacks are great bindings that you can def get for less than 200. don't get 11s tho, get the 13s
markers are trash in my humble opinion
I would check out Backcountry.com and Evo.com. At this time of the year everything begins to go on sale, so you can normally find a good pair of bindings from 25-50% off.
What size brake do you need? I looked for attack 13 B110 a little while ago and couldn't find any deals. Nothing under $200.
Asogear has them in 85 and 95 for $150
They must have sold a lot of those bindings this year, last year there were deals to be had late into the summer.
Good Cheaper Bindings (In order of price):
Anything cheaper is not good enough. More expensive gets you more durability (and higher DINS)
gotta preach tyrolia attack 13's. cheap, durable, I have had some this season and I beat them to shit and they are working
Attack 13s hands down... light, durable and cheap to buy
Attacks. If you look hard enough and get lucky u may be able to get your hands on a pair of 16s like I did for just over 200. If not the 13 is still bomber
Attack 13's should pretty much cover most skiiers under 190lbs.
Buy USED > Buying new. Used shit is cheaper and still works. I have a pair of lightly used griffons for 130 shipped if you want them. That being said, I preach the hell out of attacks. Great binding and great prices. I found brand new 16s for 105 shipped on here a year ago and have bought and sold many attack 13s for 90-150 on here. If you cant go attack, look at look spx12/rossi axial 120 (same binding, different companies) or the Solly STH13/Atomic STH13 (same binding, different companies)
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