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Choosing a Freestyle Binding

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 

Hi all,

 

I'm going to purchase a ski package with Dynastar 6th Sense Serial and binding. So for the binding I can choose between Axium 110, Free Ten, Axium 120 and Squire 11 for roughly the same price. How do these compare, or does it even matter? I'm an intermediate skier who wants to ski in the park as well as all mountain.

 

Thanks in advance!

post #2 of 5
It really doesn't matter at that level. I would say the Axiums are the most proven on the ones mentioned, the one that you didn't put in your options would be the Salomon Sth12 Oversized. You might be able to find some deals on them too.
post #3 of 5
how much are you paying for those bindings? REI have salomon sth12 driver for $137 ehich is a nice price for a solid binding!
post #4 of 5

Whatever binding you get make sure the brakes are a nice snug fit against the sidewall of the ski.  Otherwise it can snag the other pant leg when doing grabs, screamin seamons, and stuff like that.

post #5 of 5
Thread Starter 

Unfortunately, I don't have the choice of STH12...

 

I noticed the toe height of Squire 11 can be adjusted for worn out boots. Should I choose this as my boots are actually quite worn out?

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