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Toofy Grin Looks good....
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Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Coming to this thread 15 years late! but can confirm that Hammerheads are great and don’t be put off by their non release ability! Despite big falls i never seem to load the knee because of the freeheels. Cool

I’m Considering buying the updated hammerhead, called the ‘Vice’. I’m assuming it will be at least as good. Haven’t really played with the underfoot adjustment on my hammerheads. Does it make much difference ?
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Had a couple of hours on my new set up and first thoughts are very very positive. The Meidjos are very stiff laterally and I love the fact that you can easily dial in the spring pressure to set the active level. First go I went very light with only a single spring and they felt almost like my old cable bindings. Second session put both springs in and wound em to mid point and they skied very much like the 7TM binders.

Only downside was I managed to break a piece off the brake through operator error. When you press down to clip in you MUST have the bindings pulled up. Not a disaster and the plastic is more of a guide than anything but bummed I messed one ski up.
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