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What else is in store?

  There’s no place more telling that the ski industry pushes its boundaries beyond the lifts than in accessories. from Buyer’s Guide 2012 Generation Next Head/Tyrolia claims its Generation Next binding ski toes offer unprecedented stability and re-centring capabilities based on new kinematic science. Expect enhanced solidity both horizontally and vertically, plus much improved tilt control … More »

Bindings 2011

TOUR-READY Marker took its success with wide-ride, slackcountry-specific bindings (read Baron and Duke) and optimized their weight-to-performance ratio for touring in this season’s Tour F10 and F12 (the numbers relate to maximum DIN settings). The Tour series uses a wide-ride toe stance, successfully delivering turn energy to today’s bigger boards, and cuts out all extra … More »

What else is in store?

  There’s no place more telling that the ski industry pushes its boundaries beyond the lifts than in accessories. from Buyer’s Guide 2012 Generation Next Head/Tyrolia claims its Generation Next binding ski toes offer unprecedented stability and re-centring capabilities based on new kinematic science. Expect enhanced solidity both horizontally and vertically, plus much improved tilt control … More »

Bindings 2011

TOUR-READY Marker took its success with wide-ride, slackcountry-specific bindings (read Baron and Duke) and optimized their weight-to-performance ratio for touring in this season’s Tour F10 and F12 (the numbers relate to maximum DIN settings). The Tour series uses a wide-ride toe stance, successfully delivering turn energy to today’s bigger boards, and cuts out all extra … More »

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