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Rossignol Pro 150 bindings

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Anyone remember the Rossi Pro 150 bindings? What did you think of them?
post #2 of 6
Look Turntable heelpiece, Geze toepiece. Good bindings, although the newer Look driver style toe is an improvement on that toepiece.
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Originally Posted by kiwiski View Post
Look Turntable heelpiece, Geze toepiece. Good bindings, although the newer Look driver style toe is an improvement on that toepiece.

Thanks for the info, but I'm versed enough to know the above info...I'm looking for more of how they performed and if they are still worth using. I should've defined my initial question a little more clearly. Please forgive me.

I may potentially purchase a pair and am simply wondering if they will be worth my efforts, as I wasn't a big fan of the Geze/Look/Rossi half breed bindings back in the day.
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Come to think of it: my Markers did just come right off one of my skis one time right before an important race. Hmmm maybe Markers may not be so hot after all. Ah the good ol days! Oh and I heard the Rossi/Looks are pretty ILL! And their new version for 08 without the turntable heel (which I loved that style of binding myself) is no longer available. What to do, what to do...??!!
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Come to think of it: my Markers did just come right off one of my skis one time right before an important race. Hmmm maybe Markers may not be so hot after all.
Sounds more like the guy who mounted them was not so hot.
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I think the Geze toe is better than the P18 or ZR style toe....seems to ski a bit stiffer. The current toes on most Look's use the same basic design, and now Marker has taken it over too.
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