Description

A burly binder for small rippers and bigger, budding experts.

Your kid may still eat cereal with marshmallows in it, but once he or she clicks into the Rossignol Kids' Axial2 100 XL Composite Ski Binding, you have to do your best to keep up with the ski-anywhere grom. Smaller expert skiers can rely on the security of this lightweight binding's 3-10 DIN range and 25mm of elastic travel, which releases only when your ripper really loses control in a steep chute in the terrain park.

  • Angled lateral arms provide better power transmission for expert and beyond skiers
  • More forward pressure means better rebound and responsiveness to provide an increased amount of control for skiers who can handle it
  • The wide architecture and 100mm wide brake fits modern mid-fat skis

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Will this fit a junior DIN boot?

Will this fit a junior DIN boot?

do these work with rergular adult ski...

do these work with rergular adult ski boots?

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The lugs on most adult boots will fit kids Rossignol bindings.... however this is not recommended. Depending on your weight and ability, the DIN setting that you require may be greater than this bindings maximum of 10. Further, they are not designed for the torque and leverage exerted by a larger sized boot. I used to play in kids skis (with rossi bindings) when working at a ski school, and while it was fun, the bindings would release prematurely, and there is the risk of pulling the weaker hardware out of the ski.

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Joe is absolutely right here.
It's not worth wrecking your knees!!

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Heavy

Needed some skis with 100mm brakes for my daughter's powder skis last year. These bindings are DIN-10 bindings, and therefore are heavier than most kids bindings. She's 10 years old, a good skier but put her complaining skills to maximum effect.

I'm wondering if the 100mm brake is too...

I'm wondering if the 100mm brake is too wide for 80mm skis? Is there such a thing as too wide? I was also looking at bindings with 85 mm wide brakes.

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Yes, a brake can be too wide because when the ski is tipped on edge, it will drag in the snow - causing either a minor nuisance, or sending you flying depending on conditions and width. An 80 or 85 mm is the best choice for the 80 mm waist. The closer the better. Keep in mind, manufacturers generally make at least 3 different sizes and they are interchangeable within the brand (or line - for instance, Marker brakes for the Royal family line will work on the Duke, Jester, Griffon etc...). So, if you move this binding to a wider ski, you will be able to update the brake.