Hey guys, looking for help with a binding choice for the 2018-19 Lib tech "Backwards" ski.
Background info: I have progressed my park skiing this year to the point of throwing nat grab 5s, nat 7, Backflips, switch 3, On rails: switch ups, 270 on, pretzel out (more basic stuff on rails). Having the most fun on; medium 22-30 foot booters, and BIG transfers. Right now i ski on the 4frnt switchblade from 2016/tyrolia attack13 and Lange RX120 boot. Im a smaller guy 5"8 155 24 years old (wont be growing). Think i covered the bases can provide more info if needed.
For ski: Pretty much deciding between 2019 Lib tech backwards and the Whipit by Jskis. I am looking at these skis because they seem to have a similiar rocker/camber profile to the 4frnt, while providing more stability on the kickers (which is what im looking for my new skis to do.) I am open to suggestions on other skis, or comments on these!
Bindings: been riding tyrolia attack 13s and love them, having some issues with the brakes bending tho. Switched from pivots cuz i blew 2 pairs in a season. The attack brake lasted longer but still not 2 seasons so im open to suggestions of a similar feel less prone to bending!....If youre still reading thanks ^__^