Andrew Mayer

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Andrew Mayer

Andrew Mayer wrote a question about on February 10, 2011

I have 92 mm brakes on my 95 mm underfoot bd kilowatts that work fine so will the 92 mm crampon also work or am I better off sizing up to the 110?

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Andrew Mayer

Andrew Mayer wrote an answer about on January 4, 2010

If you don't ski like Seth, you can rule out Dukes. Dynafits are obviously the lightest option, but you pay for it in downhill performance and confidence compared to dukes/barons. i would recommend looking at fritschi diamir freeride plus bindings - which kind of fall inbetween barons and dynafits (i.e. lighter and climb better than barons but better downhill performance than dynafits) and overall solid downhill performance in and out of bounds. Hope this helps

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Andrew Mayer wrote an answer about on April 28, 2009

Definitely go with a small. I'm a 314 mm sole length and I ski the Duke in a small. The small can go up to around 325 mm and I know people in this same grey area who have gone with a large and broken thier Dukes on big landings and switched to smalls and had no problems.

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Andrew Mayer

Andrew Mayer wrote an answer about on April 28, 2009

Definitely go with a small. I ski a 314mm BSL (27.5 mondo) in a small and I know other people who have been on this same grey area in between sizes that have gone large and broken thier Dukes on big landings. The small can also go all the way up to around 325mm BSL.

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