Salomon S/Lab Shift MNC Ski Bindings

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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


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Backcountry Skiing

    Boot Sole Compatibility

    Alpine (ISO 5355), GripWalk (ISO 23223), Touring (ISO 9523), and Tech

    Lowest DIN


    Highest DIN


    Adjustment Range

    30 millimeters

    Heel Lift


    Weight (Pair)

    1700 grams



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