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Salomon STH2 WTR 13 Ski Bindings 2019

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Salomon STH2 WTR 13 Ski Bindings 2019, Black-White, 600
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The Salomon STH2 WTR 13 is designed for skiers looking for a high amount of energy transfer and durability. The Oversized Platform improves control and torsional strength no matter how wide your skis are. Salomon's Driver Toe has been around for many years as one of the best in skiing to enable you multidirectional releases if the need be. A Low Profile Chassis keeps you grounded on your skis and improve your sensitivity to the terrain. Salomon's Progressive Transfer Pads add an extra cushion and dampening vibrations on cliff hucks, bumpy terrain, massive park airs, or just smoothing out the ride. If you want a durable pair of bindings for any pair of skis, clamp into the Salomon STH2 WTR 13.


  • High Elastic Travel
  • Oversized Platform
  • Low Profile Chassis
  • 3D Driver Toe
  • XL Stomp Pedal
  • Progressive Transfer Pads
  • Compatible with WTR (Walk to Ride) Boot Soles

 

Skill Range: AdvancedIntermediate-Expert


Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use All Mountain Category Downhill Max Din Setting 13
Actual Din Range 5-13 Recommended Weight Range 110-275 lbs. Binding Weight 5.05 lbs.
Warranty One Year Skill Range Advanced Intermediate - Expert Model Year 2019
Model Number L3777910020 Product ID 397546   
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Put the Salomon STH2's on my Nordica Enforcers 100 and skied a week in the Tetons. They worked just as they should. Cleared the 100mm waist of the skis without lots of overhand. Easy to step into, easy to release when going into the lodg...Read More
 
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Great performance bindings, feel great, and look great.
 
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Been on Salomons for decades. Solid feel. But when needed they release lightening quick. Have friends on Marker Griffins and they struggle to get back in them on steeps and especially powder. I attribute this to the stubby wings. STH...Read More
 
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Q: Would these work well with women's Volkl Aura?
Asked : Dec 29, 2017
By : skarnoldmt, Red Lodge, MT
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A: This would be a great option for the Aura. The 100mm size will be a perfect fit.
Answered : Jan 02, 2018
By : Adam, United States
Q: Is the 100 or 115 width better in the Salomon STH2 WTR 13 bindings for the Nordica Enforcer 100 skis
Asked : Oct 21, 2017
By : Edward, Farmington
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A: I would recommend the 100mm brake size for the Enforcer 100. You can use the 115mm brake as well, but I would not go any larger than that.
Answered : Oct 23, 2017
By : Adam, United States
Q: What is WTR capatible? I have WTR boots, just not sure what the bindings do?
Asked : Sep 27, 2017
By : Ilbass22, Olney, IL
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A: WTR stands for Walk To Ride. Boots that have WTR soles are rockered in the toe that makes them easier to walk in. WTR soles do not safely fit into the toe piece of a standard alpine binding. Bindings that are WTR compatible have an adjustable height in the toe piece that allows for adjustment to properly accommodate the boots.
Answered : Sep 28, 2017
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