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Bindings for Stockli Laser AX

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Hello Epic ski community,
I would like to ask you for advice what bindings to buy for stockli laser ax 175?
I am 5.9 , 170-173 lbs aggressive skier; mostly groomers.
I would appreciate your thoughts.
Thank you.
Kielhen.
post #2 of 9
I just had Knee Bindings mounted up on my new Kendo's. A little more money, but if it saves my ACL's...
post #3 of 9
Tyrolia free flex 16 with a toe shim to zero the ramp angle.
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Sorry to revive this old thread. I just picked up Laser AX 175's and am wondering if a race binding or freeride binding would make much of a difference in performance.

I have Look Pivot 14's I can rip off other skis but I'm also considering the Head Freeflex Evo.

This ski is going to be my daily driver in The East. Mainly groomer zooming but definitely will be taking them off piste and if the coverage is good, probably in the trees too.

Primarily, however, I want to use this ski to work on my technical carving. All of my other skis are too wide and not as frontside biased.

Does this Freeflex thing actually help the natural flex of the ski or will my Pivots do the job just as well and give me better balance off piste?
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I've been a huge fan of the Attack series from Tyrolia. Manual toe height adjustment and wide wings (horizontally oriented spring) means no flex in the toe-piece, and complete energy transfer. That would be my recommendation, but I'm biased.

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I've been a huge fan of the Attack series from Tyrolia. Manual toe height adjustment and wide wings (horizontally oriented spring) means no flex in the toe-piece, and complete energy transfer. That would be my recommendation, but I'm biased.

 

Hi, I'm a fan of the Attack series also.  I've just purchased a pair of Stockli Laser AX skis, need bindings and my first choice would be the Attack bindings but I am not sure which ones for a 78mm ski.

 

Do you have a recommendation?

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Surfsnowgirl, what DIN do you currently run? I typically run the A13, and have had great luck with it. We have some Attack 13's in stock, and we're running a 20% off mid-winter sale at our online store www.dawgcatching.com! Feel free to swing on over, or give us a call! If you want to order on our website, we have a super-secret special code "20OFFALL" you can plug in for that 20% off!

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Surfsnowgirl, what DIN do you currently run? I typically run the A13, and have had great luck with it. We have some Attack 13's in stock, and we're running a 20% off mid-winter sale at our online store www.dawgcatching.com! Feel free to swing on over, or give us a call! If you want to order on our website, we have a super-secret special code "20OFFALL" you can plug in for that 20% off!

 

I'm embarrassed to say I don't remember what my usual din setting is.   I'm a type II cruiser kind of skier and don't necessarily charge so I'm guessing my din is somewhere in the middle.  I found some attack 13s with a brake of 85 so guessing these will work.  When I tried the code it said it was invalid.  

 

Another binding I'm looking at are these.  I had Look bindings on my Magnums and liked them but on a superficial level I love the colors on these as well.  Not sure who sells these.  

 

NX 12 FLUID B80 BLACK YELLOW
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Found some awesome 85mm attack 13 bindings so think I'll be getting those.  

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