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Armada Shift 13 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings 2024

Armada Shift 13 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings 2024


The Armada Shift binding is the answer for skiiers looking to build a true one ski quiver or skiers that want a binding for shredding the resort without sacrificing efficiency on the skin track. Power transfer from your boot to the ski is just as good as a true downhill binding and while they weigh a fraction more than a true AT binding, you get the best of both worlds. With a full DIN heel and toe piece you get a reliable release setting. On the way up the binding is smooth, efficient and intuitive to use. A single 12mm heel riser helps to make steeper parts of the ascent a breeze. Shift the binding into the downhill setting and you have full confidence on the way down. They're durable, easy to use, light enough to keep weight down, offer awesome suspension and they look sick. What else do you need out of an Alpine touring binding? The Shift has done frame bindings in, with so many of today's ski boots including tech fittings there is no reason to have a framed binding unless you already have one and for some reason don't want to upgrade. The shift is the future, the future is here.

The Atomic Shift, Armada Shift and Salomon Shift are exactly the same, just different color paint.

*Not compatible with boots that DO NOT have full toe and heel lugs: i.e Atomic Backlands, Arc'teryx Procline, Dynafit Hoji, Salomon X-Alp...are a few to name.

Tech Specs:

  • DIN Range: 6-13
  • Weight: 865g Per Binding
  • Standing Height: 25mm
  • Designed By: Salomon
  • Built By: Amer Sports, Austria Factory

$499.00 Orig. $599.95

Save $100.95 for a Limited Time Only!
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  • BLK

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  • 90

  • 100

  • 110

  • 120

Tech toe and a lightweight construction for the way up, confidence and power transfer on the way down. This is the way.

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