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post #31 of 39
If the toe pieces on those Salomons are such a problem, let's just do away with toe pieces altogether and go back to the old Spademan bindings. Then we won't have this issue.
post #32 of 39
WTF - Fischer = Solly bindings. Since many, many years fischer is using Tyrolia (Head) binders which work IMO very good. In summer time jumping on the waterramp we've got a lot of 10.18 - they don't hold too good when landing into the water. For this season Atomic promised some new 30 Din binders made for speed disciplines. Let's see how they handle quick big shocks. Unluckily I'm in France till August so I have to wait to check em out.
post #33 of 39
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Originally Posted by 2-turn
About 3 years ago, a friend of mine, sponsored by Fischer and a level 15 skier, brought in his new setup, Fischer skis and Fischer bindings ( which I identified as Sol 700s).

Whow dude! I tought that the maximum level was like 9 or 10!
How did he reach such high levels? I am now level 6 and i definately wnat to go up on levels. He trains a lot or what?And those skis look sweet!
post #34 of 39
ummm me like, you ski on them yet? 192cm might be ther ticket for charging around snowbird. How stiff are they? like Gotama stiffer? Big Daddies stiff, or the stiffest big mountian ski I have ever had the pleasure of not flexing in a store Blizzard Titan Pros in a 193cm.
post #35 of 39
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Originally Posted by Fear the Fox Hat
Whow dude! I tought that the maximum level was like 9 or 10!
How did he reach such high levels? I am now level 6 and i definately wnat to go up on levels. He trains a lot or what?And those skis look sweet!
Slight exageration, But he comes from a skiing family. both his parents are longtime PSIA, He's been skiing since he was 3, his brother has won the X-games among other things, his sister is on the Breckenridge bump team, and he skis as good as his siblings, where would you rate him.
post #36 of 39
2-turn, probably a 9, given what you're saying. But, regardless, an expert skier.

The only way he could have Sollys on his Fischers would be to buy them flat and put Salomons on them. Any bindings that have Fischer printed on them are Tyrolias.
post #37 of 39
Hunh, 4Frnt isn't even listed on Vist's website.
post #38 of 39
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Originally Posted by ssh
2-turn, probably a 9, given what you're saying. But, regardless, an expert skier.

The only way he could have Sollys on his Fischers would be to buy them flat and put Salomons on them. Any bindings that have Fischer printed on them are Tyrolias.
no, these were definitely Soloman 700 binding's with the Fischer name on them(I even mounted them with a Soloman jig), but this was before integrated bindings and the skis were flat.
post #39 of 39
Fischer and Salomon worked together a few years back, Fischer built many of the 'Verse' skis and developed the Scenio series based on that design. The first 'Fischer' bindings were Salomon.
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