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SofaKingSickLook Pivots are probably the most popular around these parts
if that’s too expensive, Tyrolia Attack 13s Or 16s are cheaper, lighter, and still really good
Markers and Salomon STHs are also popular
what’s your din set at?
PR36007, do you have any suggestions?
SofaKingSickPivot 12s, unless they’re too expensive or you’re super into lighter bindings, in which case get some Attack 13s
PR3600What binding size would you run with these ski's?
SofaKingSickYeah what bindings do you have now? You’re a big guy and looking to hit jumps so I think it’s a great idea to get high quality bindings. I’m just curious
But yeah if you go with attacks do the 85s
I’ve only owned 90+ width skis for forever so I actually forget but I feel like 85 width pivots are hard to find...? Check on that and get them if you see them. If not get the 95s
PR3600I saved some money going with Atomic z12 but they broke, I am looking to upgrade as well now
SofaKingSickgotcha, yeah time for an upgrade for sure. well the good news is if money is still a primary concern, you can still get some super high quality bindings (Attacks)
PR3600this is honestly the first time I am going to be changing bindings on ski's, will any damage be caused?
SofaKingSickremounting is fine. you can only do it so many times, depending on the ski and where you mount. and you almost certainly won't be able to mount the new bindings exactly where you had the old ones. you'll probably have to move them up or back an inch or so, something like that