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What is a good set of bindings?

post #1 of 5
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K, i recently made a post about what skis ii should get and what not and i think i have decided on a pair of Line Prophet 90s.

What would be a good binding to put on these?
All mountain skiing, Bumps, Hike access, Some terrain park...

Thank You,
Drew
post #2 of 5
Any binding that covers your DIN

Look/Rossignol/Dynastar PX12, PX15 - good all mountain bindings.

cfr
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grif-ster
post #5 of 5
They all function well. Make a list of what imperatives are important to you and check them off against it.

Do they need to unlock for walking?
Low swing weight for the park?
Pretty red?
Ability to easily change binding position when moving from park to trails?

Lou
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