After spending a few days dialling in the DIN and forward pressure on my brand new pair of Shifts, I was finally confident I could shred the hill without fear of pre-release. Cut to 2 weeks later and I've snapped the toe piece. The binding doesn't hold my boot so now i'm left without a powder/touring setup.
I've got a warranty claim in with the shop I bought them from but this can take 4 - 8 weeks! I cant go that long without skiing!
So i'm in the market for another binding. Im cautious about buying another Shift incase I break it again. Ive heard the CAST system is pretty bombproof, what are everyones thoughts? I don't want to be skiing somewhere gnarly and get dragged off a cliff because my new Shifts fail on me!
Im 5'10 and 180 pounds. Ski 70% resort, 30% Backcountry. Like to ski hard, drop reasonably sized cliffs, and throw in a few backflips for good measure.
Any advice is appreciated 🤙🏻
**This thread was edited on Feb 24th 2022 at 4:25:46pm