Salomon S/Lab Shift MNC 10 Bindings
Is it an alpine binding? Is it a touring binding? Is it both? The answer is an overwhelming yes for all questions. The Salomon S/Lab Shift MNC 10 bindings offer all the versatility and performance that we've gotten from the Shift 13 over the past two seasons but with a lower DIN range for lighter skiers or even junior tourers. With a DIN span of 4-10, this opens the backcountry and resort skiing up to a whole new group of skiers and this gives the Shift a new audience to appeal to. As a result, more snow will be accessible for more skiers and this gives everyone a better product. From a touring perspective, the toe piece is only accepting a Dynafit-style toe pin boot, so be sure to have the right boots for touring. Any alpine boot will fit in these, but only for downhill mode. Touring skiers must have a pin-compatible boot for uphill use. The heel is pretty much a straight-up alpine piece that'll be similar to your normal binding, keeping you locked in and ready to rip. For any skier who is looking to get out and avoid the lift lines in the backcountry, the Shift is the way to go. There's a lot to like about the ability to skin up something untracked and make your own way in the winter wilderness. If you've ever wanted to venture out and get some fresh, these are the bindings to take you there. We've always talked about having a one-ski quiver, and now we can talk about that for bindings as well with the Salomon S/Lab Shift MNC 10 bindings.
- DIN Range: 4-10
- Weight: 875 Grams per Binding
- MNC Norm
- Height: 30 mm
- Crampon Compatible
- Ability Level: Advanced Skiers