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Features: Elastic travel - longer retention and travel before release. - Solomon Salomon STH2 WTR 16 Marker Jester 16 ID Low effort step in action in deep snow Marker Griffon not as easy
binding weight ski evo BC Salomon STH2 WTR 13 2.5 4.5 (19) 5 (8) Marker Griffon 13 2.4/4.3 4.8(91) 4.5 (27) Notes: Salomon and atomic are the same for most SALOMON WARDEN MNC 11 SKI BINDINGS 4.1 lbs #1 Distenia.com wide toe piece along with a mounting pattern which makes it better than traditional bindings to drive wide skis. Does not fit all boots. SALOMON L10 SKI BINDINGS 3.7 lbs #2 Distenia.com Good for lightweight skiers Only alpine boots LOOK SPX 12 DUAL WTR SKI BINDINGS 4.8 lbs Salomon STH2 WTR 16 #1 Ski Din 7-16 STH2 WTR 13 5-13 good for light weight skiing #4 switchback travel (rating lowered because of price increase) Just a good as Marker Griffon 13 #1 2.2 lbs Salomon Shift MNC 13 $599.95 din 6-13 3.9 lbs touring and alpine Ski Bindings DIN Chart | Powder7 ______________________________________ Look Pivot 18 GW Atomic Warden MNC 13 Salomon Warden MNC 13 $269.95
There are two ISO (International Standards Association) standards for ski bindings:
ISO 9523 is the Standard for Rockered Alpine Touring Soles, most boots in this category have tech binding compatibility and are associated with long backcountry trecks.
There are 3 major implementations of ISO 9523,
MNC (Multi Norm Certified), WTR (Walk to Ride), and GripWalk
ISO 9523 bindings are compatible with both ISO 9523 and
ISO 5355 soles
ISO 9523 soles are compatible with MNC, ISO 9523, WTR, and GripWalk (ISO 9523) certified bindings, but not Alpine (ISO 5355) bindings.
However, not all ISO 9523 boots meet the GripWalk or WTR standards, so they won’t work in those bindings.
See Ski-Boot Binding Systems
My 2019-20 Dalbello Panterra 100s came with both 5355 and 9523 soles an a lever to unlock the upper cuff for a long range of motion for skinning or hiking while ski touring.
Due to the unique 3 piece - shell/cuff/tongue - construction it doesn't contain any compromises on the skiing performance.