Leftover bindings can usually be found at a discount. As far as change, there was an earlier version of the Warden 11 that was not MNC and had a single stage heel, I would just say to avoid that one.Have the Warden 11's undergone any meaningful changes across the last few model years? I ask because they can often be found cheaper (Say, around $160 or less) on places like evo, but they will also be selling a full price version. I don't know if they just sell some of the color ways for less or if they are older models.
That sounds awesome! So blending the space between the pure race plate world and the good old flat mounted pivots?SPX Rockerace has a short mount distance similar to, but not the same, as the Pivot allowing for a lower rotational weigh and allowing the ski to flex more naturally.
But Look has always said the Rockerace requires a race plate and strongly recommends against flat mounting. Unless they've changed their tune on that its a surprising inclusion here is it not?SPX Rockerace has a short mount distance similar to, but not the same, as the Pivot allowing for a lower rotational weigh and allowing the ski to flex more naturally.
Other than a lighter spring, and being heavier it is viable option. this is a good option for a ski that might be mroe hard snow biased but the seperate toe/heel of the AM is a better option for an all mountain ski.