Author Topic: Bindings pros and cons  (Read 682 times)

LivingProof

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Re: Bindings pros and cons
« Reply #15 on: January 08, 2011, 06:03:54 am »
I am talking about the Griffon and Jester adjustable/demo bindings. The regular Griffon and Jesters can't be moved.

Perry,
I'd second the Griffon/Jester demo bindings. Griffon's are what were on my MX88's and adjust with a flat screwdriver very quickly. Don't add much weight at all and would be a great selling point in the future (thinking like Ron here as there will come a day to say good-bye). Many wider skis had them yesterday at the Elk Mtn. demo tents. The real plus is that should we ever ski together, we can swap skis for some runs.

Congrat's on the Fishers, but, I'm laughing out loud that your original final cut 3 (Chariot, One and Sultan) did not really make the final cut. Go figure, but, it happens everyday in the ski selection process.

Mike