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Binding Advice for Rossignol Experience E88

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I recently demoed the 2014 Rossi E88's in 184 cm and must say I'm smitten.  I'm pretty set on the ski, here's my information below:

 

1.  Ski 50/50 split East / West (7 days in Colorado or Utah / 7 days Mid-Atlantic (Snowshoe, Timberline, WV)

 

2.  Enjoy skiing everything but Park.  Spend most of my time in the Trees, Moguls, or steeps when I'm out west.  Back on the east, tend to stick to groomers unless conditions permit.

 

3.  Ski about 14 days per year

 

4.  Advanced Skiier

 

5.  6'2, 210 lbs, 30 years old

 

The ski's come flat, and I'm looking for a binding recommendation.  Most of my previous skiing was on older Salomon bindings, the S912 primarily.  Other than that, and not being a fan of the integrated Marker bindings on the Volkl RTM 84's, I don't really have much experience with different brands of ski bindings.  I would greatly appreciate any recommendations for a binding to pair with these skis.  Thanks in advance!

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Rossi axial 12... It'll add a year to the warrantee as well.
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