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D3 Leverage Bindings - Anyone Use Them?

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Slalom Frog

Anyone have any experience with D3's leverage bindings? Trying to find a pair of bindings for my wife and they seem like they may fit the bill.

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Gibbo

I have been useing them for 2 years and really like them. I think the smart thing to do is try them on in a shop before you buy, no feet are the same and what one person likes is not what everyone else likes. I will say they are well made and quite durable, there is plenty of support for agressive skiing, and they will release in a bad OTF fall.

Good Luck

Gibbo

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HOskier313

Didn't see the Leverage bindings on D3's homepage, but what about Wiley's bindings? Simple and durable. Just throwing out another option.

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JohnDoe

Do you mean driver binding? Check out the connelly drafts. Super easy to put on and super comfy.

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Slalom Frog
Do you mean driver binding? Check out the connelly drafts. Super easy to put on and super comfy.

No, it's not the Driver binding. I own a Driver binding for my trick ski. Personally, I would not like it for slalom. The Leverage is D3's high wrap binding. For some reason they do not call it Leverage on the website. Not sure why?

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HOskier313

Looks similar to the Wiley bindings. Wiley is $115 for a front, $95 for a rear. D3's are a little more expensive ($150 ea.)

D3 makes a great product, so I'm sure your wife wouldn't be disappointed.

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