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Salomon Warden MNC 13 vs Fischer Attack 13 AT
I'm a 75kg guy riding all mountain skis which are 100mm underfoot, looking to buy some alpine bindings.
Currently, I'm choosing between;
- Salomon Warden MNC 13 for $289 NZD (100mm)
- Fischer Attack 13 AT for $399 NZD (110mm)
Both brake widths are within the specified limits for the skis.
Any ideas which would be better? I want to grab the Salomons because they are on such a good deal but don't want to make a rushed decision.
**This thread was edited on Mar 31st 2021 at 7:58:13pm
Are they for regular alpine boots? The reason is the AT Attack will work for other boots other than traditional alpine boots and Grip Walk but it’s heavier and higher stack height than the regular Attack2 13 GW. Attack2 13 GW can be had for around $140 US right now and it’s lighter and again lower stack height than the Salomon. And get the 95mm brake as it will easily fit a 100mm ski. The 110mm brake would be too wide.
Op why do you want the attack AT version?
the regular attack 13 is lower to the ski (which was mentioned above) and like he also said you can get them for 140$ which is 260$ less than the ones you want. Also i found what seemed to be a legit set of attack 13s on this retail site called decathlon for under 100$. I thought at that price they had to be counterfeit but some ppl on ns seemed to think they were legit, just discounted for the asian market or something.
anyways attack 13s feel awesome to ride on. Once you set the AFD nice and snug they feel very rock solid. Some ppl dont seem to like how the toe piece seems to only grab the front part of the boot but when you are riding them they feel great and very locked in secure. Also evan mceachran and jesper tjader both rock the attack^2s so you know they can perform at high level.
salomons are french engineering and i dont trust french engineering. If i had to go with salomons i would ride sths because they are a tried and true design that has worked for ages.
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