Rossignol Axial 100 T-plate s freeride


Brand: Rossignol

What do you think about Rossignol Axial 100 T-plate s freeride?
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Klangen
Klangen (Guest)
11/02/2005
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This type of bonding is the only one that makes me feel calm and able to concentrate on the ride without feeling that the skis will loosen (thieves lease) at higher speeds. Have these on my slalom ski slopes. My first one was a pair of Look Nevada in metal.
On my twintip I have regular Salomon Ti912 "cleft bindings". They work when playing "out in the free" but as said to get a more accurate feel with the skis, the Axial type applies.

Bo87
23/01/2004
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DIN: 100
This is very good and will solve when it will be. Pivot technology is perfect when jumping! releases the back which eliminates knee injuries. My rating is how well the tie is for its price and DIN scale, so it's how good it is to be a 100-binding.

nerdlund
10/01/2003
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Have it on my TTs and it does what it's expected of it!

Model year: 2001