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Best AT bindings for snowlerblades

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I'm thinking Dukes with Alpine Trekkers. What do you gapers think?

I was also considering some kind of riser plate to get better edge hold in tha powder.
post #2 of 7
There might not be enough lift in that setup.  Perhaps it'll work with a RaxSki?
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Gotta be a troll..... would have to ask the question, why?

Okay, I'll bite, with that weight saving you would have to go Dynafit / Tech and lock them down, you don't want any pre-release whilst skiing that gnarly chute..
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 dynafit ultimate light weight set up !!!!
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Some people need to be careful what they suggest. See post #6


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Originally Posted by Taxman View Post

Gotta be a troll..... would have to ask the question, why?

Okay, I'll bite, with that weight saving you would have to go Dynafit / Tech and lock them down, you don't want any pre-release whilst skiing that gnarly chute..
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 Free the heel man!
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 Free the heel man!

Although I found tip dive to be a real problem when trying to Telemark on Big Foots (toe drag to be more precise), it was easy to make alpine turns. The advantage of fixed heel bindings, leverage, isn't a factor when there is no shovel to leverage pressure onto.

Err, just kidding if this is a joke thread. 
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