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Salomon S/Lab Shift 13 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings 2024

The Shift is essentially two bindings in one. A tech binding for the uphill and a full DIN binding for the downhill. Bindings like this make it possible to have one set of skis that is great in the resort and great for touring days.

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The best option for skiers that want a great binding for touring and downhill skiing. You can have it all.

THE HYPE IS REAL.

Spent a day and a half skiing the Salomon Shifts in March of 2018 and was not disappointed, put that binding through some sh#t. Arc'd turned, slammed my skis off some harder bumps, dumped speed when the terrain got a bit intense, shaped some deep stuff, and skinned up Mt. Roberts in BC. The shift at first glance looks a lot like a downhill binding -- it even takes a DIN sole, but pull down on the tab on the toe piece and the pins pop out like a transformer, use your pole to allow the pins to surround your tech fittings, let go and you're in. Oh yea, don't forget to engage the heel piece into walk mode -- super easy. The Salomon Shift has done framed 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.

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Tech Specs

  • DIN Range/ 6-13
  • Standing Height/ 30mm
  • Built By/ Amer, Austria Factory
  • Weight/ 865g per binding
  • Designed By/ Salomon

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The Shift binding is great for skiers who spend time in the resort and in the backcountry; it does both downhill and touring really well. Power transfer on the downhill side of things is nearly as good as a traditional alpine binding while the efficiency while touring is just as smooth as a touring binding. Bangarang.

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