Ha!  I see a lot of Dynafit bindings out there for sure. The one downside is that means a boot upgrade too, right?  Any input on the Salomon Guardian? 

 

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Do you want Sheffy's response or Leigh's? ;-)

But let me see if I get this correct: Jerm, EO, Dave Guertin, Roger K. & a number of skier's at $teaux two weekends ago all ski Dynafits in-bounds. And I don't think they're yssup-footing around. That said, I think that skiing Dynafits lift-served, in-bounds, especially at fancy areas like $teaux, Slokemo, & Flatton, puts the "eu" in poseur. The best thing about Marker Duke's is that you can mistake them for a non-touring alpine binding from afar.

 

--Matt K.

 

 

On Wed, Jan 22, 2014 at 9:06 AM, Rice, Robert <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

I was wondering what the list wisdom is on AT bindings?  I have tele’d for years, but my knees aren’t handling it very well  anymore, so I’m wondering which AT binding type you would recommend?  I plan to use this as my primary ski, so inbounds and backcountry use.

 

Thanks,

Bob

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