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JerCrane

JerCrane

New England, Utah, Colorado

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JerCrane

JerCrane wrote a review of on January 20, 2010

5 5

If you are focused on the down, occasionally go up, aren't 190+ pounder, and don't huck your meat into the oblivion these are the bindings for you. If you are big and huck your meat then just get the Duke's. I have been on Duke's for 2 years (bought before Baron's existed) and had no issues ever. I like the smaller springs in the Baron's ... I'm only 160 pounds and a pretty smooth skier.

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JerCrane wrote a question about on January 8, 2010

How would one go about sizing these on a rockered ski? I have the new Gotama's (137-106-122) with the rocker tip and tail. I'm thinking that getting the 140 to give me full coverage on the tip is a waste since #1 it's rockered and by definition won't have much pressure and #2 most of the traction comes from the back on any ski. So I was thinking of going 125, but then I'm thinking with the rockered tail maybe it makes sense to go with the 110 and just worry about full coverage under the foot. Thoughts?

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JerCrane

JerCrane wrote a review of on January 7, 2010

5 5

I have 3 resort days on these and one day of light touring. These are so far beyond any other AT boot in terms of alpine capability it isn't even worth talking about. I can't speak to durability or warranty or any of that as I have only had them for a couple weeks. In terms of performance. They rock. Seriously if you want an Alpine Boot that you can Tour in then just buy them now. They aren't the lightest... who cares. It's all about the down.

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