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Dynafit on Atomic Crimson? ....any advice appreciated....Thankyou

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Hello there,

 

As a novice (like never done any! ) ski tourer but desperate to do some, I would very much like some feedback from anyone who may have put  Dynafit on Atomic  Nomad Crimsons.

I`m not looking to do extreme stuff but certainly mixed terrain and trees.

 

I am female 163cms height (5`4")  skied for 20+ years, will ski almost anything (  and currently on Atomic Nomad Blackeyes with alpine bindings.

 

I picked up some flat Crimsons Ti 163cm  as I love the Blackeyes.

I had intended to put Dynafits on them but  now having doubts if they would be suitable for touring, maybe too long, too wide a shovel, too heavy ect...

 

Looking for a long term setup so don`t want to make a mistake but ,,,..ouch buying new skis!

 

Many thanks

 

post #2 of 4

Can't go wrong with DYNAFITs as long as you like the ski...

post #3 of 4

I have heard of almost all types of skis being mounted with Dynafits, other than race carvers.  Also look at Plum bindings.

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Originally Posted by harpo-the-skier View Post

I have heard of almost all types of skis being mounted with Dynafits, other than race carvers.  Also look at Plum bindings.


+1. Plums seem to be an awsome binding, more so maybe even that the Dynafits. Check this review out: http://blistergearreview.com/gear-reviews/review-plum-guide-s-tech-at-bindings

 

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