Correct. 2019-20 season models are referred to as 2020. Just think of it like car model years. The 2020 models start showing up in the Fall of 2019.This might be a stupid question, but I'm looking at the Head Tyrolia Tech Manual for "2019/20". But most of the head bindings for sale online are either labeled 2019 or 2020. Can I assume that a binding being sold as "2020" is really a 2019/20 binding? Just want to be sure that I can match a purchase to the same specs as in the catalog, as Head sometimes changes their ramp angles from year to year I've noticed.
Higher stack height is better on a narrower ski but as the ski gets wider, you want to be lower on the deck. The reason the 14 AT is higher is so it can accommodate the adjustability of the AFD.