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Tyrolia LX toe- suitable for a strong junior skier?

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Paging the bindings gurus here.    Do you have any comments if this toe is suitable for a strong (but not heavy) competitive junior free-rider.  I am not familiar with this particular toe, seems to be new for Tyrolia.  I know and really like the upper DIN Mojo series bindings, they seem to be bulletproof, but this toe seems to have its own particular "light diagonal" variant of the design.  The kid needs reliable release above all, and good elasticity to absorb shocks from natural snow and jumps.  The particular binding I am looking at is Head Mya 12.     Thanks for the info!  

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Anyone???

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They use that toe up to the 14DIN, so yes. 

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Thanks!  More nagging questions: Is this the same as the one used in DIN14?  The website says Diagonal Lite, the 14 is just Diagonal, so there is some difference other than weaker springs and more plastic.  I'm just trying to decide whether I should be getting this one over the much more expensive Pivot 12.   Should have bought more STH2 12s when those were available...

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Thanks!  More nagging questions: Is this the same as the one used in DIN14?  The website says Diagonal Lite, the 14 is just Diagonal, so there is some difference other than weaker springs and more plastic.  I'm just trying to decide whether I should be getting this one over the much more expensive Pivot 12.   Should have bought more STH2 12s when those were available...

It is the same design in the toe and it is a pretty good one and performs well. I don't have them in front of me so I am going from memory, I do think it is just a lighter heal, for a skier of her size. If you are looking for options, the Attack11 or 12 might be good if staying withe the Head line and the Pivot12 is always a good option too. 

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