2023 Salomon S/Lab Shift MNC 13 Bindings
Salomon S/Lab Shift MNC 13 Bindings
The Salomon S/Lab Shift MNC 13 bindings are the perfect blend for both alpine and touring skiing. The amazing thing about these bindings is that you can use them for either or both, it's all up to you. From a touring perspective, they are compatible with Dynafit-style pin tech toes for climbing efficiency. You cannot tour without the toe pins, so keep that in mind, as you may need a separate set of boots if you can't change the toe piece of your boots. It's a simple flip mechanism to turn the binding from ski to tour and then back to ski, so you can go from hiking up a mountain to shredding down it in no time flat. The heel piece is pretty much a straight up alpine heel, so you'll get all the benefits of a full-on alpine binding for hard charging and aggressive skiing. Built with a DIN range of 6 to 13, these will chart out to a majority of expert skiers who need a strong combination of performance and safety. When the lift lines are just too long, it's great to know that you have a binding like this in your quiver. Simply head out to the local backcountry location and head on up. You'll be able to escape the crowds and get fresh lines all day. If you're spending the majority of your time in the resort, they'll work just fine for that as well, so just click in and head up the lift for some vertical accumulation.
- DIN Range: 6-13
- Weight: 885 Grams per binding
- Stand Height: 30 mm
- XL Wings
- Carbon Infused
- Easy Climbing Aids
- Crampon Compatible
- Ability Level: Advanced and Expert Skiers
Assuming the waist width of your Super 7s is 116mm underfoot. the 120mm brake size will work just fine. -Reuben
100's all day!
The front toe on the salomon shift binding when its in ski mode will fit any GW or ISO 5355 boot. Tech boots with a Dynafit toe still follow ISO 5355 alpine boot norms or GW boot norms so there should be no issues with the fit. For GW soled boots there is an extra adjustment due to the different sole height in the toe to get the forward pressure set correctly.