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Hone your all-mountain program with the Rossignol Axial2 120 Pro Ski Binding.

Mount the Rossignol Axial2 120 Pro Ski Binding on your mid-fat planks for a sweet all-mountain shred setup. This binder features 20.5mm and 26mm of toe and heel lift, respectively, making it easier to engage your ski edges and carve up firm snow all over the mountain. Rossignol reinforced the toe piece in high stress areas, increasing its forward pressure by 30% over the Axial Binding. The Axial2 binding also offers 40% more torsional stiffness to improve overall structural integrity and durability.

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No Complaints

There's a reason I only roll with rossi and look bindings - I never have to worry about them. I have these mounted on my mid-fats, and the 150's mounted on the big boys of the quiver and I've never dealt with pre-release issues. The only times I've ejected from these were when it was real necessary.

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Recommended

Rossi bindings are always pretty solid. I usually go with a higher din...either 14 or 16 but threw these on my smaller skis and they do great. You generally want to get a binding that has a maximum DIN setting of at least 2 or 3 above where you set them at. So if you ride with the DIN set on 11, a binding with a max DIN of 12 probably is a bit low. But i use these on my spring/park skis and dont ever have my DIN that high and they've worked great. they dont pop out when you dont want them to and release when you need them to.