pokermanYeah because landing switch and bindings clipping off as soon as you hit the grounding launching you into a serious whiplashed to dome smack.
Skis should clip off in a tumble not on impact. That is the difference between a shitty binding and good binding.
I bet you most pre releases occur from improper forward pressure and toe height adjustment. With the driver toe you have to make sure your toe height and wing adjustments are correct.
Also I see about 95% of park skiers putting their boots on in the parking lot and scraping the crap out of their soles on pavement. I bet that is a large cause of pre releases as well, leading to a majority of prereleases. Most people can’t even walk properly in shoes without shuffling their feet, let alone in ski boots.
I have rarely had to crank up my din from the chart value. I’m going to owe that to proper adjustment of my bindings and taking care of my boots.