Hi. Just wondering if there are any problems associated with using a DIN setting that is on the low end of the particular binding's scale. For example, I usually set my DIN to about 9 or 10 for running GS. I have found a ski that I want, but the corresponding binding DIN goes from 6-17. I have always heard that a binding should have a DIN range that puts the skier's setting right in the middle of that range (for whatever reason). Is it going to be a problems with a DIN of 9 on this binding? They are out of stock on the DIN 6-14 binding that would be ideal.
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3/1/03 at 8:45pm