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    OP, could you offer a little more detail on this...

    OP, could you offer a little more detail on this half-foot hop to (not quite?) clear a water bar? Did the failure occur in close proximity to that? Did you case the landing a bit, maybe come in with...
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    If your measurements are accurate (within .25 mm)...

    If your measurements are accurate (within .25 mm) they refute the Wildsnow implication that G3 ignored the +/-3 in the standard: they aimed 1.25 mm to the thin side originally, such that adding 3mm...
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    Depends

    Depends
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    I was referring to the specific mode of loading....

    I was referring to the specific mode of loading. Thread contains much discussion of how the stomp pad wouldn't matter in a gentle turn. Obviously anything that overloaded the binding is still a giant...
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    The exact mode of skiing at the time of failure...

    The exact mode of skiing at the time of failure may be a red herring. There's a distinct possibility that the bindings were compromised some time before the ultimate failure, resulting in tiny cracks...
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    Unfortunate, but real. Especially if you're...

    Unfortunate, but real. Especially if you're dealing with the engineers responsible for the binding design (which would be appropriate). It's not unusual for engineering to be totally disconnected...
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