2023 Salomon Strive 14 GW Bindings

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Salomon Strive 14 GW Bindings

The Salomon Strive 14 GW Bindings are a freeride inspired, lightweight resort binding for advanced and expert skiers. The design of the LDN toe piece puts you close to the ski and snow for maximum contact and response, enhancing power transmission for a great snow feel. It allows your ski to fully utilize its entire flex pattern throughout the entire length of the ski, allowing the boot, binding and ski to work seamlessly together as one. It also allows the skier to have a flatter, more neutral stance that puts the skier in a more balanced position by preserving the natural flex and arc of the ski. Automatic Toe Adaptation adapts to your boot height and ensures a constant release, even on worn out boot soles. While an SCP Slider Pedal uses an anti-friction system to guarantee a safe release when you need it most. Locking brakes feature a clip-in system that locks the skis together for easier transporting, making longer hauls easier, especially when throwing them over your shoulder for a boot pack to the summit. Today's rippers deserve a binding that will keep up with the most extreme line choices and give them the confidence they need to take their skiing to new levels. The Salomon Strive 14 GW Bindings is just the clamp you need to take you over the edge and beyond.


  • DIN: 5-14
  • Weight: 980 grams per binding
  • Adjustment Range: 30 mm
  • Height: 19.6 mm
  • LDN Toe
  • Elastic Travel
  • SCP Slider Pedal
  • Extra Wide Toe Pedal
  • Locking Brakes
  • GripWalk Compatible
  • Boot Sole Type: Alpine DIN (ISO 5355), GripWalk (ISO 23223)
  • Ability level: Adanced to Expert Skiers
2023 Salomon Strive 14 GW Bindings
I have a 96 waist width ski would the 100mm be okay for the brake width? I once had a binding would occasionally get stuck and almost lost it as it slid into the woods. They were very close in width. Also would a din range of 14 be okay for a person 6'2" 270 lbs probably in the intermediate to very slightly advanced.
Question by: aaron on Oct 24, 2022, 2:34 PM
Hey Aaron, That brake width and DIN would be perfect for you!
Hope this helps!
Answer by: Justin Rodda (Admin) on Oct 24, 2022, 5:24 PM

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