After 7 years of development, Salomon has released a binding that offers the best of both worlds: pins for the climb, step-in bindings for the ride down. I’m eager to keep skiing the Shift and hope to get another few days on it later this week in the current low-tide conditions of the Colorado Front Range. For skiers who like to push the boundaries of the mountain and their skiing, SHIFT to the first ever truly compromise-free binding.
It was a small plastic mold tolerance that was a mm or so off and I have been assured that it has been fixed. I have Kingpins in both of my skis (115 & 106 underfoot). Thanks for the reply Sam, the problem is now resolved.
Climbing Riser Angles: 2° and 10° The more I read, the Shift seems to be the way to go if you really want to ski this in-bounds and will use a flat soled touring boot.
That was a problem that popped up in the first sample production run that was given out to athletes and testers. By pressing a lever on the toe with your pole tip, the wings spread wide enough to fit into your boot inserts. If there are nay, do you know which ones and when these were introduced. Are they planning to make a lower din version ?
It Locks out fine without a boot, when inserting the boot it seems the wings/pins do not close enough to engage the lock. Apologies but here comes a very stupid question…can I use my regular alpine boots to skin relatively short distances with these bindings or do I need to buy touring boots? Try. I plan to buy these bindings, but i got an information from a store in europe. The Salomon Shift binding ushers in a new generation of freeride capability by delivering downhill performance, touring capability and lightness. Depends on type of snow. My touring boot and alpine boot are different sizes, but would like to use the binding for touring and resort skiing with each respective boot.
Traditional tech bindings are light, but they give up skiing performance and safety. All rights reserved. DIN setting is definitely a matter of personal preference (and we recommend you let your local shop set it for you), but if the 6-13 range works for Salomon athletes like Cody Townsend and Chris Rubens, then I think the rest of us should be just fine. From technical features to weight and multi-norm certification, these bindings meet Salomon’s very highest standards. The brake continually engages when skinning. Hello, I had exactly the same issue. With the toe locked in the second position, I haven’t had any problems. So ultimately to answer you’re question, fuck yeah they’re good for charging. My toe lock lever don’t stay in lock position. In addition, a variety of simple manipulations can be used to adapt to terrain changes as the skier climbs.
My awesome girlfriend gave me the skis, just thinking now about the bindings.. How did the rest of your season go with this rig? If you haven’t already, you should definitely check out our Gear:30 podcast where we talk to Salomon’s Cody Townsend, Chris Rubens, and Benoit Sublet about the binding, how it came to be, and how it works.
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