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Salomon N S/Lab Shift MNC
News of the Salomon S/Lab Shift MNC Alpine Touring Ski Bindings struck the ski industry like a bolt from the blue last season. A totally new concept developed from scratch by Salomon athlete Cody Townsend and binding designer Benoit Sublet, the Shift toe piece changes from a low profile conventional toe in ski mode to a fully "pinned" tech toe for skinning. The binding feels like a lighter, lower Warden 13 going downhill, then lets you engage your tech-toed boot to smoothly skin uphill. With a weight of 865 grams per binding, the Shift is a remarkable advance in both skiing and touring performance relative to frame AT bindings, and a very viable choice for those who want to ski lift-served terrain and true backcountry on a single setup.
Weight (1/2 pair): 885g
Adjustment range: 30mm (US sizes: 3.75)
Din Scale 6-13
The ultimate elastic travel on the wings. It holds the boot back when faced with bigger shocks and minimizes the risk of pre-release.
COMPATIBILITY & NORMS
MNC (Multi Norm Certified) -The certification guaranteeing equal performance and safety level no matter the boot norm.
TÜV - Binding tested and certified by the TÜV safety monitoring agency, the reference entity for safety certification.
XL Wings - Long wings that envelop the tip of the boot perfectly in order to provide increased power transmission and confidence in freeride bindings.
Easy climbing aids manipulation - Ensures easy switch with the poles between climbing aid positions.
Crampon system - Possibility to attach dedicated crampons to the binding.
Aluminium - A rigid and strong construction that allows enhanced power transmission.
Carbon-infused PA - A very lightweight and resistant alloy developed specifically for the needs of the Shift binding construction.
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