I used this binding on a spring hut trip in mixed conditions and the binding performed well on not so great snow.
Cripple Creek recommended these bindings based on my planned use. I skied two days in the resort right after mounting because I was skiing with friends. I was curious how these would handle bumps and mixed terrain and they performed fantastically as an alpine binding with my hybrid Lange boots. My ski came off once when it should have after catching a tree root. I look forward to touring with this setup soon.
Great to step into. I love the safety of the rotating front. Super happy.
Awesome service ! This is my second pair of Rotation's, they work very similar to most Alpine Downhill Bindings. I've ripped bumps down the banana and peel at CB and foreran Super G race courses with these and they never let me down. I really don't know why anyone who wants the option to Tour, or just get into more remote places would ever go back to a normal alpine binding (unless they were skiing huge big mountain lines at high speeds or taking huge air in the park). They have released when they should and stayed on when they should.
I’m new to AT equipment. I like the bindings- but they take some time to get used to. They seem solid, but I don’t love them
As soon as we get some snow, I will check them out.
They should call the Rotation 10 the "Bro-tation 10" because this binding is my new brother in the backcountry. It's like having my family out there with me, keeping me safe, and enjoying the ride while I rip sick turns in the BC. Safe toe release (unique to this binding over any other binding) and a bomber heel makes this a great BC Freeride binding at a decent weight. Super user friendly as well!