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Salomon 2022 S/Lab Shift 13 MNC (DIN 6-13) Bindings NEW !! Width:100,110mm
Salomon 2022 S/Lab Shift 13 MNC (DIN 6-13) Bindings NEW !! Width:100,110mm
Salomon 2022 S/Lab Shift 13 MNC (DIN 6-13) Bindings NEW !! Width:100,110mm 1
Salomon 2022 S/Lab Shift 13 MNC (DIN 6-13) Bindings NEW !! Width:100,110mm 2

Salomon 2022 S/Lab Shift 13 MNC (DIN 6-13) Bindings NEW !! Width:100,110mm

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Retail Price = $725.00

Binding Type = Backcountry & Downhill 

Boot Compatibility = Alpine, Touring, WTR

 

MPN: L41130400 - xxx

 

Color = Black 

Adjustment Range = Din 6 - 13

 

Skier Weight = 145 - 285 Lbs

Binding Weight (Pair) =   1700 grams

 

Adjustment Range = 30 millimeters

 

 

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S/Lab Shift 13 MNC:

The most anticipated touring binding ever is finally here. After nearly eight years of development with input from top freeriders, Salomon has released their self described ‘no compromise’ touring binding; the S/Lab Shift MNC 13.

Combining the uphill efficiency of a pin system, and the downhill performance of a fully DIN certified Salomon Alpine binding, the Shift offers skiers the best of both worlds. At first glance the binding looks like a standard alpine get up, but using a simple lever in the toe, the binding transforms into an uphill machine. Tech toes offer 90 degrees of pivoting motion and the advantage of only lifting the weight of the boot while touring. Combining 90° range of motion in the heel with stability and power, the innovative, light Salomon S/Lab Shift MNC ski bindings switch from a pin binding to downhill with the push of a button.Couple that with an easy step in system, lightweight construction, and up to 10 degrees of climbing aid this binding slays on the uphill. However, what truly sets this binding apart from the crowd is what it’s capable of on the downhill.

For the first time, Salomon has created a tech binding that is fully DIN certified. Short for “Deutsches Institut für Normung”, this fancy german lingo is the industry standard for release force in alpine ski bindings. While tech bindings have proven their worth over the years, DIN certified bindings offer the most predictable release and best overall power transmission in a binding system. With DIN standardization and 47mm of elastic travel in the toe, the Shift instills confidence when charging downhill and airing off every natural feature in sight. Furthermore, the Shift has been engineered with Multi Norm Certification (MNC), making it the only hybrid binding compatible with every Norm boot on the market.

 

 

Easy step-in: Utilizes a pin-toe design and enables full heel rotation of 90° for efficient hiking and kick-turning

Mode Switch: Conveniently located switch to change between ski and tour mode—just flick a lever in the toe piece

Binding Toe: Long toe wings absorb shock with 47mm of elastic travel (same as the Salomon STH2) so you won't risk pre-release

Materials: Carbon-infused PA and aluminum materials deliver an ideal mix of light weight and power

Rise: Intuitively accessed climbing bars provide 2° or 10° of rise under your heels to relieve your calves when getting to those untracked lines

Standards: Multi-Norm Certification (MNC) and an adjustable toe pedal, these hybrid bindings are compatible with all norm boots on the market

Weight: 1.7kg (3 lbs. 13 oz.) per pair



 

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