i ski pretty hard and aggressively and i weigh about 180. would be nice to crank the din above 10 from time to time, and the freerides go to 12 instead of just 10. if you are lighter and intermediate, there is no real reason not to go with the titanal III or whatever they are calling it now. you have to add brakes, but if you look you can find the older style fritschi bindings very cheap. i think black diamond in slc was selling a few pairs of them for $160 or so.
i actually used to ski on the magics since i found a pair for an absurdly cheap price - cheap enough to endure all of the "andrew is a princess" comments from my bearded ski partners. they are good boots - i could ski pretty much any resort terrain in them, though it became a lot more pleasant when i switched to the denali tt's. make sure to go with the thermofit liners and get them fitted. makes a world of difference in terms of weight, convenience, and fit.
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