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binding question

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i have been looking for a pair of bindings for my new skis, and would like to find something similar to my old rossignols, the binds on them are marked as the "power 100" model, but they are adjustable, i can move the heel and toe peices without tools, i was told by the person that gave them to me that they were demo skis originally and i was wondering if that is why they have the adjustable bindings, and if not, what i need to look for to find similar binds for my other pair of skis? thanks.
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Yes, if they are a tool-free version they are intended for demo skis. There are lots of similar retail bindings which are the same but which do not adjust at the toe. Just ask you local ski shop what they have from Rossignol or Look (they are the same bindings)
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