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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.

  • Features

    • Easy step-in binding utilizes a pin-toe design and enables full heel rotation of 90° for efficient hiking and kick-turning
    • Conveniently switch between ski and tour mode—just flick a lever in the toe piece
    • Shift into hike mode: Open the Hike and Ride switch—releasing the pins—engage the brake-locking lever, position boot in pins, lock the binding, and step down to lock brakes
    • Shift into ski mode: unlock the brake, then lock the Hike and Ride lever—putting away the pins—and step into the binding to engage
    • Multi Norm Certified (MNC) bindings are compatible with all ISO-compliant boots on the market—Alpine (ISO 5355), Touring (ISO 9523), GripWalk and Walk To Ride (WTR)
    • Boots with tech inserts required for use in uphill (touring) mode
    • Adjustable toe height and sliding AFD toe piece
    • Long toe wings absorb shock with 47mm of elastic travel (same as the Salomon STH2) so you won't risk prerelease
    • Carbon-infused PA and aluminum materials deliver an ideal mix of light weight and power
    • Intuitively accessed climbing bars provide 2° or 10° of rise under your heels to relieve your calves when getting to those untracked lines
    • 1.7kg (3 lbs. 13 oz.) per pair
    • GearJunkie "Gear of the Year" 2018

    Imported.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Backcountry Skiing

    Boot Sole Compatibility

    Alpine (ISO 5355), GripWalk, Touring (ISO 9523), and Tech

    Lowest DIN

    6

    Highest DIN

    13

    Adjustment Range

    30 millimeters

    Heel Lift

    Yes

    Weight (Pair)

    1700 grams

    Gender

    Unisex

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