these are sick bindings. They look good plus they're extremely durable. If you want a binding thats tough and you're going to be skiing hard (including hard landings and tough skiing). these are the bindings for you
The bindings themselves are awesome. I havn't slipped out at all this season and i havn't had to worry about them. On landings they're tough so you can hit big jumps and ski hard all day.
The graphics on these bindings are sick possibly the best looking bindings out there. oh and by the way the year im talking about is in a brownish color not blue, this is just the only picture i could find.
i got them for like 215 bucks. It's alot for bindings so if you're cheap go with some cheap look bindings. Though, if you're serious about skiing and are skiing hard these are the bindings for you.
The bindings are really tough, one of the reasons i decided to buy them. 4frnt has a good reputation and they've really developed their bindings the last few years.
The bindings are really durable though the outer layer has chipped alot for me. If you really care about the looks then you're going to be disappointed after a year of hard skiing. Though the bindings themselves are super tough
I dont know about these bindings. I mean they are really cool bindings, but I only had them for for days and they already broke. So they aren't that great. I just hope that 4FRNT replaces my toe-piece.
Release is really good. I had no problem releasing when I fell.
The design is pretty cool. I like the design.
I broke my toe-piece the fourth day skiing on them. This really sucks. I paid $220 on them so thats really shitty. But they do come with a 1 year warranty.
These bindings dont hold up. Like I said. The toe-piece broke on my fourth day skiing on these bindings.