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Mind-bendingly comfortable response.

The instant you drop in with your feet strapped into the Salomon Hologram Snowboard Binding, all your preconceived notions of how a binding should feel will be shattered. The ShadowFit system provides a combination of flex, response, and comfort that you never knew was possible.

The ShadowFit baseplate features a Kevlar QuickWire heelcup, which replaces the traditional rigid heelcup with a flexible one that truly conforms to your boot when you crank down the straps. This not only makes it more comfortable and allows you to tweak tricks farther, but it also increases response because of the continuous contact with the heel of your boot and the Kevlar wire running through it. The hologram highback features the an ergonomic shape and flex to create a seamless connection between your boot and the highback.

New for this season is the canted footbed, which is angled to line up your legs in a more natural position for improved response and less fatigue. Air Bed air bags in the heel work alongside the dual-density EVA footbed to cushion your foot from big drops and reduce vibrations when you're ripping through chunder and chop. 3D Asym Supreme ankle straps provide pressure point-free comfort and new Locked-Up toe straps are cored-out to shave weight.

  • Hologram highback
  • ShadowFit baseplate
  • Air Bed padding
  • Canted footbed
  • 3D Asym Supreme ankle strap
  • Locked-Up toe strap
  • PowerGlida aluminum buckles
  • Universal disc

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3 5

Decent bindings

I have had these bindings since March of last year and I am a rather advanced rider. I have been a Salomon bindings / boots guy for the last 18 years and have typically always loved their products, they are good quality and last for YEARS. I ended up getting a new pair of Malamutes in 2014 and ended up pairing them up wit the Hologram bindings. At first they were a good fit, no slipping and no pinching throughout the boot which was great. Very comfortable for long rides and full days in the park.

The only issue I had with them is that they lateral stiffness was so so as the bindings are flexible making it difficult to turn while getting off the chairlift when you only have one foot in your bindings. Aside from that I killed a lot of different terrain with this setup up until my bindings cracked a yesterday. While I do like the cool flexibility these have I am afraid that it sacrifices durability, a trait I have found to love in my Salomon products.

Yesterday when I was riding back I noticed that my bindings snapped. =(

Waiting to see what Backcountry and Salomon do, regarding this issue, but I know I am in solid hands with both of these companies.

Decent bindings
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After a few email exchanges with managers and the warranty department, was able to hook me up with another pair. I bought these on sale in March of 14 and just this past week, less than a year later they cracked. Initially gave me store credit but ended up swapping out my bindings for a new set. Very greatful for the amazing customer service and prompt response from their entire team. My bindings cracked on Sunday, Feb 1st and on Friday Feb 6th, I am going to be getting a fresh new pair. Now THAT is customer service. Thanks to RJ and his team at the customer service desk... awesome peeps.

Now I hope these do not crack again while I am flying down the mountain.

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I have put these bindings through the wringer the past season and have some solid feedback on them. They were very comfortable after initially breaking them in which took about 4 days of riding. I have matches these up with Salomon Dialog boots and the fit was sub par. The newer toe strap on these boots really dig into the boot and you need a hard toe shell in order to get the bindings to crank down on your toe edge. Another problem I had with these bindings are that the toe extension does not seem to stay in place, I had to consistently fix the toe extension on back to back days which made me ghetto rig my bindings and put a piece of plastic between the binding and extension so it does not collapse. This binding is probably better suited to the park rider than a true shredding binding, while I felt confident going over 50 mph, I would want a little better responsiveness out of the bindings during turning where you just dont feel like you can get the tongue you would want when you really try to lean into the turns. I just bought a pair of Burton Ions to pair up with this due to the stiffer toe and will report the feedback.

5 5

Fantastic binding!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

This is the first binding I've owned and the second one I've ridden so far. I wanted to try these after my wife has purchased and been very satisfied with her Mirages.

Right off the bat first thing you'll notice is the flex on the back while retaining rigidity and support of its full highback. These things really grip the back of the boot; the flex helps with that very well. The straps are comfortable; with adjustment they both fit very well with the toe strap properly fitting around my toe end. I have not had any slippage in this binding whatsoever.

The only thing I worried about is the flex in the back as many folks suggested a rigid binding for a beginner, but I cannot be happier. They're very responsive regardless and perform very well. Unless something radical happens, I don't see going to a different binding any time soon.

5 5

ski co. cant make board stuff ?....HA..!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

i bought a set of these last year and ended up benching the shimano trippers.
i teamed them with the malmute boots, can u get better combo for powder ?
i seriosuly doubt it.
light , high FULL back with plenty of support and comfort, stiff as u cud ever need a binding to be , but offering that delightfull ease on yr achieles when u got all day long.
easy ,qucik to strap into and they positively DONT slip around. the new ergo toe strap is "adequate" it never stays around the end of the toes, so i just pop it over the top, matters not 1 iota.
adjustabilty is tops. they look great and best of all when u give them a solid pounding ,they dont even twinge a muscle. i wont even be looking at anything else for a "few seasons"
absolutely sensational bindings for anything u cad ask of them

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^agreed- I like, the Quantum for big big mtn, stuff as well