Salomon Warden MNC 13 ski bindings black orange

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Salomon Warden MNC 13 ski bindings black orange

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Description

Salomon Warden MNC 13 ski bindings black orange
Strength and precision for downhill performance, whatever your boot norm.

Take the heelpiece from the STH2 13, the toepiece from the Guardian 13 MNC, throw away the touring frame and what do you have?

You might have guessed by reading the title, but it’s the new Salomon Warden 13 MNC Ski Bindings.

Ski area professionals, pro patrollers, race coaches and the like, take note: Now you can wear your comfy ISO 9523 Alpine Touring boots all the time without dragging around the extra weight of an AT frame binding.

Lots of you have been doing this for years anyway, but with the addition of a sliding AFD (anti-friction device) you’ll now have consistent release when you need it.

PRODUCT DETAILS

TOE PIECE

U Power Toe – Delivers powerful, precise steering.

Automatic Wing Adjustment – Automatic adjustment to boot width and height just by stepping-in.
SCP Slider Pedal – Antifriction system to guarantee safe release.

HEEL PIECE

Heel Flex Interface – Guarantees natural ski flex.

Freeski Brakes – Self retracting brakes adapted to modern skis and practices.
Eliminates hang ups on switch landings.

ADDITIONAL FEATURES

Oversized Platform – A super wide (71 mm) platform ensures maximum lateral power transmission, especially on wider skis.

Progressive Transfer Pads – Progressive feel with increased dampening and less shock.

MNC (Multi Norm Certified) – Warden bindings are certified for use with ISO 9523 Alpine Touring, ISO 5355 Alpine, and WTR (Walk To Ride) boots.

SPECS

  • Warranty:5 Years
  • DIN / Release Value Low:4
  • DIN / Release Value High:13
  • Boot Sole Type:Alpine DIN (ISO 5355), Alpine Touring (ISO 9523), Walk to Ride (WTR)

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