2023 Salomon Warden 11 MNC Bindings

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Salomon Warden 11 MNC Bindings

Best for intermediate and advanced skiers, the Salomon Warden MNC 11 bindings are light, easy to use, and about as safe as it gets. With an 11 DIN binding range, these are perfect for all-mountain skiing. Capable of holding alpine and GW boots, these bindings are perfect for multiple boot sole norms. The toe piece is built very similarly to the upper-end Warden 13 bindings, while the heel piece is lighter and simpler. With a modern freeride design, these all-mountain bindings will take you wherever you need to go. Bindings serve as the steering wheels to the skis, taking the energy that you put into your boots and transmitting that to the ski. They are the only piece of your gear that's attached to your skis, so they serve as the only connection to the ski. The gap between the boot and the ski should be minimized as much as possible, leading to the most direct connection while keeping safety and consistent release values in place. From groomers and bumps to trees and steeps, the Salomon Warden MNC 11 alpine ski bindings are a fantastic choice. If you're looking to ski the whole mountain and only need an 11 DIN binding, there aren't a whole lot of options better than the Salomon Warden.


  • DIN Range: 4-11
  • MNC Certified
  • Alpine and GW Soles
  • Automatic toe Wings
  • Easy Step In
  • Consistent Release Values
  • Ability Level: Intermediate and Advanced Skiers
2023 Salomon Warden 11 MNC Bindings
I'm looking at the 2022 SALOMON WARDEN 11 BINDING. How easily can the binding be adjusted from a 28.5 boot to a 27.5 boot? My son likes to borrow my skis for his once a year ski trip to Colorado. We're similar size and ski ability.
Question by: Brian Hagen on Nov 26, 2021, 10:34 AM
Hi Brian,

Thanks for your inquiry-

With a full-size difference between the two boots, you would have to remount the binding, which is not ideal and really only the safest way to do it as far properly entry/release go. We would recommend purchasing a demo binding which could be slide back on a fourth on its demo track quite easily, with no remounting needed. Quick, easy and safe most importantly.

Hope this helps and think snow!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Nov 26, 2021, 12:56 PM
Looking at purchasing the K2 Mindbender 89Ti. Would the Salomon Warden or STH in the 90mm width be the proper size binding to church?
Question by: Mike Burdick on Dec 12, 2022, 11:11 AM
Hi Mike! Thanks for your question, we appreciate you reaching out to us. In case you have not noticed, we have the Mindbender 89ti skis paired with the recommended Attack2 14 GW bindings to consider. If you prefer to add the skis and one of the bindings mentioned to the shopping cart individually, yes either pair of bindings with the 90mm brakes will be a great setup. We hope that helps!

Answer by: Mike Aidala (Admin) on Dec 13, 2022, 4:27 PM
Hi, Would Atomic warden 11 mnc be enough to pair with Salomon qst 92 skis for 5'6", 150 lbs 58 years old advanced skier, or I should look at 12 - 14 din range? I usually have the din set in the 6-7 range?
Question by: Bogdan on Mar 9, 2023, 9:22 AM
Hey Bogdan!

The Atomic Warden 11 will be perfectly fine for your DIN range! The Warden has a range from 4-11, which puts you right in the middle. Hope this helps!
Answer by: Lan Henel (Admin) on Mar 9, 2023, 2:04 PM

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