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Found a good deal on skis (eastern mid fats)in the mid 70s as a christmas present for a teen aged girl. Having a hard time finding reasonably priced bindings. The bindings don't have to be anything special and would probably be set at 6 now maybe 7 in a year or so. They are a gift so wanted to avoid beaten up old stuff so looking either for new or cosmetically and functionally very close to new. All things being equal, I personally like Look but I am looking for a bargain not a brand.

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The Look PX Team are great 3-10 DIN bindings.  Evo currently wants $90 for them with 80mm brakes.  Unfortunately, you're a day or two late for the 25% off sale (when I paid $68 for the pair currently sitting on my desk).  But if you buy $250 worth of stuff today, they'll give you $50 off.

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There's a selection of reasonably priced Head / Tyrolia's here that may work for you: http://www.levelninesports.com/Ski-Bindings.  Level Nine also has a $54 Roxy (rebadged Look / Rossi) but the DIN tops out at 7 and if you're setting at 6 and anticipating 7 next year, conventional wisdom would be to go a little higher in DIN range (e.g., 9- or 10- DIN max).

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There's a selection of reasonably priced Head / Tyrolia's here that may work for you: http://www.levelninesports.com/Ski-Bindings.  Level Nine also has a $54 Roxy (rebadged Look / Rossi) but the DIN tops out at 7 and if you're setting at 6 and anticipating 7 next year, conventional wisdom would be to go a little higher in DIN range (e.g., 9- or 10- DIN max).


Level Nine is an excellent source too.  The FreeFlex Plus 11s are probably the cheapest bindings they currently have in stock that would work for your daughter's needs; coincidentally, they're $90 too.  You will, however, pay $7 shipping from Level Nine, while Evo is free.

 

What skis will you be mounting them on?  It doesn't really matter from a performance standpoint, but you may increase your warranty by mounting co-marketed bindings (e.g., the Looks on Rossignol, Dynastar, Roxy, etc., and the FreeFlexes on Heads, Fischers, etc.).

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No such luck, Stocklis. Thanks for the information. I hadn't known about Level 9. Hopefully someone will put on another sale in the next few days.

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