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Tyrolia/Head Mojo 15 Bindings (2013 red/white)

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Thread Starter 
Hi everyone - I've done lots of searches here and web in general and not finding much on these bindings. Looks like the most recent in this forum was a couple/few years ago.

Any thoughts on these bindings for an upper advanced/low expert skier 170 lbs, 5' 11' skiing fairly aggressively (I do get over my head on occasion) on groomers, bumps and glades. I'd be putting them on Line prophet 98 and my concern is that these may be for super aggressive racer types and i'm more concerned with saving my 45 year old knees than looking cool. The DIN range is 5-15 and has a racing heel (only vertical release) but full directional toe.

It seems like most go with marker griffons or Rossignol Axial2 120XL.

Thank you for any advice - They may be perfect and I'm overthinking this but I've purchased equipment in the past that was "too much" for me and do not want to go down that road with bindings.
post #2 of 8

I have used the MOJO 15 extensively on my Head Monster 88 and Mojo 94's as has my 215 lbs. ex-racer son on his 186cm Monster 88.

 

Performed perfectly for both of us for many years now.

 

Ours are older, but I believe the binding is very similar.

post #3 of 8

These are fine for anyone who skis but refuses to huck anything beyond ten feet.

 

The springs are silky smooth, they release nicely and hold fast when you're not falling.

post #4 of 8

A very good binding, go for it. Better than almost any 12-13 DIN binder.

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Originally Posted by Buttinski View Post
 

These are fine for anyone who skis but refuses to huck anything beyond ten feet.

 

The springs are silky smooth, they release nicely and hold fast when you're not falling.

 

Don't tell Tanner Hall that.. I mean he skis the 18, but it's pretty much the same rig.

post #6 of 8
Thread Starter 
thanks everyone - sounds like I got the groups approval and I can set these up just fine for bombing around the mountain and have the confidence they will let me go when needed. 10 feet is plenty these days ...........

thanks again!
post #7 of 8

If your DIN falls within the range of the binding, it's better to choose the binding with higher DIN range- the reason being that you can run the springs with less pre-load.   So, Mojo 15 will be a better choice than anything else in the 12-13 Din range. 

post #8 of 8

Work great.  I have an pair of 4FRNT Deadbolt 15s (same binding) that I'd let go for $75 + ship, if you're interested.  Have 97mm or wide brake available.

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