Author Topic: Bindings -- what to do in the summer?  (Read 414 times)


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Re: Bindings -- what to do in the summer?
« on: April 29, 2011, 08:09:18 am »
Pasted from old forum:'ve held on to a pair of skis for almost 8 years.... :'(

Well of course you have a room full of skis from which to choose...I wear mine out after 3 seasons so I never really worry about grease, oil and lubes of the bindings...however, I do worry whether I should inhale or exhale off the down hill edge of the right ski at the apex of the turn....hmmm... >:D

Svend I can see why the concern with Mrs. Vikings knee..which would end up in your ..... if you fail to maintain her skis correctly.  I think it's just as important to look at the soles of the ski boots and the contact points of the lugs to make sure there's no excessive wear and tear. AND now that she's skiing the new Lange RS110 all shinny and should be worry free!  ;D

Best, g