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First off, congrats on your ski choice; those are rad skis! It's important to keep in mind that the right binding for your ski depends on the type of ski boots you have along with your skier type. I'll suggest a few bindings below but I encourage you to read this Expert Advice article about bindings to help you make the best choice for you. It's also a good reminder that without knowing what kind of ski boots you have or what kind of skier you are (beginner, intermediate, advanced) these suggestions will be a broad representation of what is available to you. We recommend, if possible, going in to your local REI store to talk with a sales specialist about what products will best fit your needs. Here are some options of bindings:
All of these bindings have brakes that are wide enough for your skis. Unfortunately, we do not carry a beginner binding in the color black that is the correct width for your skis. Lastly, remember to have your bindings professionally mounted at a ski shop and to bring in both your boots when you're having them mounted.
I hope this helps, have a great time with your new skis on the slopes this winter!
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