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Bindings for Sick Day 95 or Sin 7

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I am looking for lighter weight binding recommendations for either of these skis.  I am 6' 0", 170 lbs., 58, and a pretty capable skier but my right knee is bone on bone following a long-ago ACL repair and it sets limits on speed and air.  I ski all over the mountain at various mountains in the Pacific NW.  My DIN settings are typically 7, so I do just fine with bindings that limit out at 12 or 13, plus I'd like to keep overall weight down.  Marker Griffon's seem like a pretty good choice, but I'd appreciate any other recs.  If folks want to suggest bindings that are a good match for these skis for other skiers that would be great too, I couldn't find much info.

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I have the sin7 ( for sale by the way ) and went with the rossi axial2.It's a stock binding not flashy or clunky looking goes perfect with that ski.

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Rossi FKS 12/ Look Pivot 12. It'll get you an extra year on the Sin 7 warrantee as well.
Edited by markojp - 11/11/14 at 11:27pm
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Look PX12 

Tyrolia Peak 12 (aka Head Mojo 12)

Tyrolia Attack 13

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Rossi FKS 12/ Look Pivot 12. It'll get you an extra year on the Sin 7 warrantee as well.

 

This.  And the Tyrolia Attack 13 is also a good choice for the $$.

 

If you have a particular binding you've become used to be aware that different bindings will have a different ramp angle, being the difference in height off the ski between toe and heel.  Check out that stat for whichever binding you're looking at.  I've demoed a lot of skis in the past 5 years and have found I'm quite sensitive to that little thing.

 

Best of luck.

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Salomon STH2 13...lots of elastic travel, manual toe and wing adjustment, large, robust heel.
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Rossi FKS 120/ Look Pivot 12.

 

 

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Look PX12 

Tyrolia Peak 12 (aka Head Mojo 12)

Tyrolia Attack 13

 

 

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Salomon STH2 13

All the above are top choices. Roll the dice. Play eanie meanie minie moe. Spin the wheel of destruction. None are a bad choice. 

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Thanks for the advice.  I bought the Sick Days and matched them to the Tyrolia Attack 13's. The bindings came with 100mm brakes so not a lot of waste.

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