The dark horse.
The sleek Axium 110 Binding from Rossignol provides a burly hold and reliable release for intermediate and advanced skiers who leave it all on the mountain. Four contact points with the boot generate maximum power transmission for tight slalom turns on the groomers and crud-busting confidence. The unassuming Axium is sure to garner a faithful following.
- The 3.5-11 DIN tange provides reliable hold for intermediate and advanced skiers
- 180-degree multi-directional release reliably lets go of your boot when you hit the hardpack
- High vertical and lateral elastic travel absorbs shock and prevents unwanted release
- Metal-reinforced housing provides strength and durability
- Wide mounting provides improved contact on fat skis
- Long lever arm on the heel provides super-easy exit out of the binding
- 100mm brake compatibility
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Great until you need big boy pants
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Had these bindings on a few of my skis. I had them on some more jib style skis, and some powder/big mountain skis. The guy that sold these to me convinced me they would work for my ability as a skier. These worked wonderfully for keeping your feet attached to your shred sticks. That is, until you start hucking yourself off some pretty large things. I had my DIN settings up to 10.5 (I hate maxing out on bindings) and I was still popping out on the heel. The difference between 8.5 and 10.5 seemed the same. Obviously, I needed new bindings for my ability level, but please make sure you are aware of the semi-blurry high range. If you're lookin' for some bindings that will get you slarvin' and carvin', then these will do great.