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Rum_HamDon’t get 11s. They’re beginner bindings on the level of the squire but more durable. 2 piece heel instead of the 3 piece like the 13s and 16s. If you’re din is at 9 and you’re skiing hard go for the 13s at least
freeskibum82only half true. they are not a "beginner" binding. They are suitable for novice to advanced lightweight skiers who do not need a very high din. I could easily run the 11s for a daily ski that doesnt see much park abuse or cliff drops. If you are skiing pow and keeping the landing gear on the ground or close to it then it will be fine. While its best to set a DIN in the middle of the range on a binding, 9 on an 11 max binding will be fine. You really dont want to max out the spring or set it at the minimum. They carry the same toe piece as the 13s but have a different heel piece and just a lower din.
Greg_KThere has been lots of talk of how the Attack2 series is way heavier but it’s only 30 grams/1 oz heavier a pair. 2040g a pair on the Attack and 2070g on the Attack2.
Greg_KThe Attack 14 AT is supposed to be 1115g per side so closer to the Attack 13 in weight if you want WTR compatibility.
mystery3Yes but I found a good deal on the 16s, they'll be fine.