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Salomon Guardian MNC 13 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings
$379.99
Sizing Note: Use the following guidelines to choose what size binding you should get.

Small fits ski boot sole length 260-320 mm.
Large fits ski boot sole length 305-360 mm.

Skin up, drop in, and shred it to pieces with the same absolute confidence you have in Salomon alpine bindings with the Salomon Guardian 13 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings. Multi-Norm Certification means you can use AT boots that conform to ISO 9523 standards as well as ISO 5355 alpine and WTR (Walk To Ride) boots, what's not to like about that? The Salomon Guardian 13 Small Ski Bindings bindings continue with the wide platform, 26 mm stand height and double aluminum tube frame that have been killing it for adrenaline-seeking backcountry skiers for some time. The ski pole accessible Hike & Ride Switch means you can forget about taking your skis off to change from skin to ski mode.
Marker Free 7 Alpine Ski Bindings
$119.99
Set your young ripper up for success with the safe and reliable Marker Free 7 Ski Bindings. Positive control, excellent elasticity, and proven reliability of release are all great reasons to buy a binding, and the Marker Free 7 has them all.
Marker Griffon 13 ID Alpine Ski Bindings
$229.99
As you develop as a skier, pushing harder and skiing faster, you find out that pre-release can be just as dangerous as failure to release. Performance, light weight, and reliability are what have made the Griffon evo's most popular alpine binding over the years and the new Marker Griffon 13 ID Ski Bindings maintain that tradition. The Griffon ID introduces a new AFD (Anti-Friction Device) with a greater adjustment range, meant to function equally well with either Alpine ISO 5355 or Touring ISO 9523 soles.
Atomic Shift MNC 13 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings
$599.99
With an all-new design reminiscent of something out of the Transformer movies, the Atomic Shift MNC 13 Alpine Touring Ski Bindings promise to set a new bar for power and reliability in the backcountry. In ski mode, the Shift MNC looks like a low profile alpine binding with a long nose, but pull the SHIFT bar on the toe rearward and a set of tech "wings" pops open for touring (yes, you will need a boot with tech fittings to skin uphill). The beauty of the Shift is that it skis pretty much just like a 13 DIN alpine binding (the Warden 13 comes to mind) but weighs under 900 grams (compared to nearly 1500 grams for a Guardian) and features a much smoother touring action. If you're bummed by the weight of your frame AT bindings but are wary of using a tech binding for committed hard charging, the Shift MNC is the burning light at the end of the tunnel.
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