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Maha 360 binding options?

Zeke27G

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Yesterday it was mentioned to me that the Wiley's bindings I'm using on my Maha 360 are more of a lean forward ski racer style for wrapped up skiing.

If I'm skiing with a regular ol' bridle handle, and skiing specifically more slalom style, would I want different bindings/boots?

Thanks ahead of time for the input!
 

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I have their front CBO binding and a rear slide in on my glass 360, and I just ordered their
Front and Rear “Hardcore High Wraps” for my wood 360. Thinking maybe that’s the wrong move? Or maybe not!?!
 

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Thanks for the images. Those are just normal slalom (social) ski bindings and will work just fine on your 360.

Ski Race bindings look like this. They have crossover straps that buckle and the fit is very snug.
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Yesterday it was mentioned to me that the Wiley's bindings I'm using on my Maha 360 are more of a lean forward ski racer style for wrapped up skiing.

If I'm skiing with a regular ol' bridle handle, and skiing specifically more slalom style, would I want different bindings/boots?

Thanks ahead of time for the input!
Those should be fine. I use Connelly Stoker bindings on mine, high wraps with no laces to fuss with.
 

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I put these old HO Venom’s on mine and they are comfy. I also put the aluminum end piece I got from LB247XS on it for some bling.
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