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Aggressive types welcome.

You're not the kind of skier who's content on a plateau—you step up your game every chance you get. With its 4 to 12 DIN range and steel platform construction, the Salomon STH 12 Ski Binding has no problem keeping up with your progress in the park or the powder. Its toe piece with automatic height and wing adjustment keep you secure when you're upping the speed and trying new tricks. A low-profile chassis gives you exceptional feel for terrain and efficient power transfer. Go ahead: be aggressive.

  • Automatic toe height adjustment
  • Automatic wing adjustment
  • Low-profile chassis
  • Steel platform
  • Vertical progressive pivot
  • Fixed wide stomp pedal

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4 5

Keep you in place

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This binding looks great on my Black Diamond Justice 115 mm skis. They do what I ask of them... keep me on my skis when I need to stay put, and release when my knees need them to most. This is a high functioning binding at a great price.

I'm thinking about putting these on my...

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I'm thinking about putting these on my Rossi S7's (110) - will the 115's be too wide? I've heard the Salomon's can run wide sometimes - thanks!

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Those should fit on those skis. It will just add an extra 2.5 mm overhang with the breaks on each side of the ski. So as long as this doesn't aesthetically displease you, those should work fine.

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how much toe height variation can this...

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how much toe height variation can this binding handle? boot soles are a little worn, and I'm rocking in previous versions of the STH 12.

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Whats your level of riding?

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These bindings are great for mellow cruising and smashing pow. At 5'3" and 135 pounds, I broke the brakes several times so if you're charging park or have a tendency to pop out of low din bindings I honestly wouldn't recommend these.

I'm looking into the STH 12 for the Salomon...

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I'm looking into the STH 12 for the Salomon Remix (91 mm waist). Is the 90mm or 100mm brake a better option?

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100mm. 90 might require bending, and 9mm isn't going to have excessive overlap when clicked in.

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I would definitely go with the 100mm. 90mm will work, but like mentioned above, they may need to be bent and it will probably be a tight fit.

5 5

Better than the Griffons

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love these bindings. First off, the base plate that these are mounted on are solid metal, unlike the plastic rail system most Marker freeride bindings use. They are easy to adjust yourself (binding position and DIN) with just your swiss army knife. And for some reason, I find them easier to click into while you're standing in soft snow than Griffons. I think its because of the longer wings on the toe piece. They keep your boot steady as you align your heel. Bottom line: Salomon did it right with these bindings.