/ Cheap Plume bindings??

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Blinder - on 23 Apr 2012
OK not wanting to open the Dynafit VS Plume VS ....... Discussion.

Just wondering if anybody had seen any Plume Guide bindings going cheap (OK less expensive than normal).
Bruce Goodlad - on 26 Apr 2012
In reply to Blinder: While Plume are good solid bindings consider how difficult they are to use as they have no brakes. If you can put on a binding on a narrow col with your ski sliding about under you then ok if not take the extra weight and get atech binding with a brake.
Ben Briggs - on 27 Apr 2012
In reply to Blinder: If you take some skis into their factory they will stick some bindings on them for a good price.
Blinder - on 27 Apr 2012
In reply to Bruce Goodlad: Light is right. Touch wood never had any problems. Learning to take your skins of without taking your skis helps. Brakes vs no brakes there are pros and there are cons. I go for the lack of brakes on 4 out of my five pairs of skis.

Maybe will pop into the factory over the summer.
graham F - on 27 Apr 2012
smithaldo - on 27 Apr 2012
In reply to graham F: that is a good deal!
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Blinder - on 05 May 2012
In reply to all, thanks for the advice.

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