99% certain I know the answers to both of these, just figure I'd make sure before buying. I bought an '09 Rossy Jones Experience. Perfectly fine to split, right (Its core is something called THCore: "
Triple Hybrid Core Carbon Kevlar® is 2 types of wood, Poplar and Steamed, laminated around a central Microcell beam and topped with Carbon and Kevlar® resulting in lower weight, balance, control, grip and explosive pop.")? Its wood, but it also has carbon and /kevlar/, the kevlar would be my concern.
Also, are the binding angle adjustable or once you split there set, I think I read that once you drill it, its set. But nobody seems to be complaining about it here, so maybe I'm just imagining things.
Would this binding hold up to a lot of resort use? I snowboard primarily but am beginning to learn to ski, so I would still be learning a lot while using this binding. So this binding will probably be used 90% in-bounds. Will it hold up to and perform fine on harder snow? (and I'm sure this is a stupid question, but I'm not really familiar with ski jargon, this binding will work with any standard ski boot, right?) thanks!!!