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Good demo bindings?

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Thinking about a pair of last years Rossignol E98's. i have read that they are better suited mounted a centimeter or two back from the recommended line. What would be a good demo binding that would make it easy to adjust biding positions?

thanks Brian
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Actually the head attack demo is just about as easy, no tools required but you do have to make sure you move the toe & heal equally.
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Originally Posted by wiscoskier View Post

Thinking about a pair of last years Rossignol E98's. i have read that they are better suited mounted a centimeter or two back from the recommended line. What would be a good demo binding that would make it easy to adjust biding positions?

thanks Brian

Read the blister gear review, eh? Honestly, you can mount them as suggested and they'll ski fine.
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I did...Since demoing is so sketchy around the Wisconsin area I have to do as much research as possible to learn anything.

 

Thanks

Brian

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I always get Schizo's now. Turns your one pair of skis into 3 pairs. FWD for fast turns, BACK for pow and high speed cruzin, and MID setting for most avg days of skiing. So many of the newer skis are chameleons when you change these settings. Fun to tweak depending on how you feel like skiing any given day or the terrain of the particular mtn.

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Marker griffon, marker jester both have demos
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I have used a lot of Head PRD12.  Not technically a demo binding, but they work great.  

 

Currently have the Tyrolia Attack 13's on my FX104's. Sweet setup.  My Blizzard Kabookies last year had the Jester Demo, also a great option.  

 

Hard to go wrong with any of these.  

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