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Marker Jester Schizo bindings?

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Is anyone familiar with the Marker Jester Schizo bindings.  I like the idea of being able to have adjustability in a binding.  Any feedback on whether you love or hate these and why is greatly appreciated.  These would be going on a pair of Rossi S7's.   Any alternative suggestions welcomed too! 

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There are quite a few threads on them. I have them on my S7s and like the ability to change mount point at will. Other than cost and a little extra weight I don't feel that there is a downside.

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For deep powder (say 2'), you can't beat the ease of skiing that a rearward adjustment gives. I've not adjusted forward.

 

Make sure the ski shop gives you the small adjustment tool. It's plastic, but works, and very handy if you're on the mountain before you adjust and remembered to stick the tool in a pocket. I normally use a Phillips head screwdriver for adjustment on the bench. And the boots should be in the binding while you adjust.

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Got them on two different pairs of skis. So far they work fine and bomber, no complaints.

 

Reason I got them was to find my sweet spot on pow specific skis (Bent Chetlers and Coreupts Born To Drop) without having the need to remount. That said once I found that spot I did no further readjustments afterwards. A bonus is in case you resell ski and binder as a package potential buyer is likely to throw in some extra cash for the avoidance of redrilling.

 

Alternative is simply buying a regular demo binder with your according DIN.

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What size brake did you use on your S7's?

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