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I have a 17 year old daughter--very aggressive daring expert skier. 120 lbs and 5'3'. I am looking at a pair of skis FISCHER World Cup SC 150 slalom race carve and have a pair of Look Nova 9 bindings. Will they work well togehter?
post #2 of 6
If she is "very aggressive" the Look Nove 9 might not have enough range for her. The binding is good for many skiers but if she is pushing the DIN range on that binding then you might look at a higher end binding
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I have a 17 year old daughter--very aggressive daring expert skier. 120 lbs and 5'3'. I am looking at a pair of skis FISCHER World Cup SC 150 slalom race carve and have a pair of Look Nova 9 bindings. Will they work well togehter?
I will concur with skierhj on the binders.
If your daughter is an aggressive skier getting on high performance boards, then don't skimp on the binders. The extra money is well worth the added lower appendage protection.
I use Look Pivot (12 or above) or high end Marker binders on all my skis to get the maximum release geometery and reliability without pre-release problems.
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Thanks btw wHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE SKIS?
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Thanks btw wHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE SKIS?
does she race?
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No-Just fast fast in all conditions and terrain. I can get a pair of apache crossfire also. I am not looking to spend like a racer. She loves skiing but is a national soccer player and skiing is a only part time when she can
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