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Description: Fischer X 11 Wide Ski Bindings
The Fischer X 11 Wide Ski Bindings / 90mm is a binding used for skis. Whether you're a beginner who is hitting the mountain for the first time, or you've been tearing up the slopes for years, the Fischer X 11 Wide Ski Bindings are the ski bindings for you. Made to help you become the best skier you can be. These bindings are fully diagonal and have ABS. Strong, durable, and reliable, these bindings are top notch.
- DIN 3 - 11
- Height above ski Toe: 17.5 mm
- Height above ski Heel: 21.0 mm
- Full Diagonal
X 11 Wide
Ski Binding choice has a lot to do with skier type (I, II, or III), type of skiing you will be doing, height/weight, and desired DIN Range (retention) of the equipment.
I recommend using a brake that is 5-10mm wider than the waist width of your ski. The Fischer X 11 Wide Ski Bindings have a 90mm brake so if your ski has a waist width of 80-85cm(though you could get closer to 90mm but not past) you are good to go.
The Fischer X 11 Wide Ski Bindings are affordable bindings with a DIN Range of 3-11 and will be good for a wide range of ability levels.
Hope this helps. Have a stellar winter and LET IT SNOW!
I always say go with what you love, with what you are comfy with and rides well for you. If you have the Fischer X 11's on another pair of planks in your quiver and they've performed well then I'd say go for it.
If you are looking to change it up then...bindings I know I am really going to crank on and put under a lot of stress/torque I love the Marker Jester's and the Salomon STH. I am a big guy so I love to crank up the DIN and lock 'em in.
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With a break width of 90mm, the Fischer X 11 Wide Ski Bindings will fit the K2 SideShow but just barely. The SideShow have a waist width of 90mm. I have always tried to get break widths with 5mm or more of clearance to ensure proper deployment.
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Let me know if I can help any further.