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These bindings last longer than skis do, hands down. So far I have had these bindings on three pairs of skis, and broken two pairs of them. The only trouble I have had with the bindings is I ripped them out of one pair of skis landing switch and I just sheared off a part of the heal piece that keeps the breaks from sticking super far out when deployed. It isn't a necessary part of the binding and I intend to use keep using them as long as I can
The all metal FKS is pretty much the standard high DIN binding on the market at this point. Its strengths and shortcomings have been very well documented, so I will not go into a lot of detail. I would recommend this binding to anyone looking to ski hard. Although its lesser variants go up to 12 and 14, which are high enough for most, I would recommend the 18 for its super burly toe-piece construction and slightly greater elasticity. Would buy time and time again...