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bindings for 2017 Women's Syndicate V-Type R

skigirl00skigirl00 Posts: 34 Baller
I'm interested in the 2017 Women's Syndicate V-Type R. After looking around, I've noticed that majority of the 2017 syndicates only have hardshell bindings. Has anyone tried using the 2017 xmax bindings on the 2017 syndicate?

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  • LuzzLuzz Posts: 315 Open or 55K Rated Skier
    Hey @skigirl00!
    That ski is one beautiful piece of carbon! Personally, I am a hardshell guy, so I would recommend going for one of those. They will allow you to use the true potential of a high-end ski like the VTR.
    If, on the other hand, you are used to rubber of soft bindings in general, you can easily mount what you currently have.
    Regardless of what you are currently using now, I would highly recommend to put your current binding on the new VTR and learn the ski with what you are comfortable with now. Then, options are many and of different kind :smile:
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  • skigirl00skigirl00 Posts: 34 Baller
    edited July 2018
    Thank you @Luzz!
    That was very helpful. I am more comfortable with softshell bindings, so do you know if HO's xmax bindings would fit onto the VTR?
    Luzz
  • LuzzLuzz Posts: 315 Open or 55K Rated Skier
    @skigirl00 yes they will, no problem at all ;)
    Host of The Water Ski Podcast
    Organizer of the San Gervasio Pro Am (recap videos from 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, and 2014)
    Co-organizer of the Jolly Clinics
    See what I am up to on Twitter and Instagram.
    skigirl00
  • skigirl00skigirl00 Posts: 34 Baller
    @Luzz sweet! thank you again!
    Luzz
  • RAWSkiRAWSki Posts: 604 Crazy Baller
    What @Luzz said..... put your bindings on the new ski until you are comfortable on that stick. Then try on some different bindings and find some that fit you well and are comfy.
    I recently switched from old HO bindings to Radar Vector LTD's and couldn't be happier.
    Good Luck
    skigirl00Luzz
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