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Binding position K2 Annex 108

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Hey,    Just bought a pair of Annex 108's (184cm).    I'll use these skis to ski off piste powder.    Just putting on a pair of Marker Griffon's for now.     Where should the bindings be mounted?   Thanks for the help! 

post #2 of 9

I just bought a pair of Annex 108s and had them mounted with Atomic Trackers at the factory recommended location. I plan on using this setup as my inbounds powder ski and also for sidecountry touring. Crud and variable conditions are definitely on the table. I imagine if you are using these for mostly lift accessed powder, this mount point is sufficient.

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Originally Posted by thefortrees View Post
 

I just bought a pair of Annex 108s and had them mounted with Atomic Trackers at the factory recommended location. I plan on using this setup as my inbounds powder ski and also for sidecountry touring. Crud and variable conditions are definitely on the table. I imagine if you are using these for mostly lift accessed powder, this mount point is sufficient.

 

Yes, until the Griffons come off (at some point during the season), lift accessed pow is what I'll be skiing.   Thanks for your response!     Did you have a reason why you chose the A trackers over, the Marker Dukes? 

post #4 of 9

You can switch from skin to ski mode without taking the skis off. I read that you have to take the Dukes off to switch to ski mode. I could be wrong though, since I haven't skied the Dukes before.

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But how do you remove your skins without taking your skis off?
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But how do you remove your skins without taking your skis off?


 Now there's a good point!   So I guess that advantage may not be such an advantage (if you're using skins anyway). 

post #7 of 9
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Does anyone see a problem with mounting the bindings back 2 cm from center on my Annex's?   I just want more ski out front... to hopefully help float.  

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But how do you remove your skins without taking your skis off?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=kKmJdod_teE
post #9 of 9
That technique won't work for my skins. The glue is too strong.
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