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Drive it hard and fast.

The Salomon STH 14 Driver Binding is a big-boy binding wrapped up in a tight little package. The 6-14 DIN range is perfect for all but the most insane skiing, and the user-friendly Micro Simultaneous Wing Adjustment creates a perfect fit between boot and binding, eliminating slop that can result in a premature release. Get behind the wheel of the STH 14 and drive it hard and fast, because that's how it was meant to be driven.

  • A DIN range of 6-14 delivers the performance advanced and expert free-skiers demand
  • The steel platform and low profile stand up to big drops and high-speed descents
  • Micro Simultaneous Wing Adjustment allows you to precisely fit your boot's toe-piece to the binding
  • The High Lateral Transmission provides plenty of leverage to get those big boards where you want them to go
  • Brake widths in 100mm and 115mm

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5 5

Awesome!

I love these bindings. They're not super heavy so they're great for an everyday ski. I've taken them all over the mountain with no complaints. I wish we had more in stock!

Just picked up a pair of BD Verdicts, they...

Just picked up a pair of BD Verdicts, they have a 102 waist, 115mm brakes seem like they'd be too wide for them, would the 100 mm fit if I bent them, or will they still be too narrow?

Best Answer Responded on

You can have the binding tech safely bend the brakes out to 5mm and they will still work properly. Rocking a 115mm brake on a 102 waist seems to wide in my eyes and will limit you to wide turns along with not even locking when you put your skis back together.

5 5

SOLID

Ive only skied this bindings a few times but so far they I am very pleased. first off these bindings look sick. The blue is really bright and looks sick in the sun. I work in the terrain park so I am in and out of bindings all day. These are very solid and give you a real nice click to let you know when your in. IM still dialing them in but I am very pleased. They are pretty much full metal construction. Im not worried about breaking the toe pieces like I am on some Rossi bindings. I have them mounted on a pair of 179 KLINT Prime skis (Which are AWESOME btw) and they have preformed flawlessly thus far. The wings on the Driver toe give you really nice feel. Especially with the larger AFD. These skis are like 91 underfoot just to give you an idea of width. Love 'Em!

SOLID
5 5

Phenomenal

I bought these with a pair of Salomon rocker 2 108s and SPK 110 pros.Pretty phenomenal the whole set. Was amazed by the instant power transfer from the boots to the skis.To add to that they match the skis so beautifully.

Phenomenal
5 5

STH 14

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Just brilliant....Gives you confidence and piece of mind.

5 5

What!?

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Awesome binding that's great for all I do. They are fairly light and good for freeride. They are the best looking binding out there in my opinion, too!

I put mine (100mm brake) on a pair of 4frnt Turbos 175cm and had to bend the brakes just a titch, but it works great.

Definitely would recommend these to those ready to ski hard

would these bindings work for freestyle?...

would these bindings work for freestyle? if so, is there a way to get a smaller brake width, or just bend them?

Best Answer Responded on

To answer your question, these make great freestyle/big mountain bindings. They are light, well built, and you won't have any pre-release issues. Lastly, if you are needing a smaller brake I would suggest talking to a local shop as salomon brakes are screwed into the housing itself, and are very easy to swap out.

5 5

Ripper

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Any rider out there that wants a binding with the solidness of the STH 16 but don't need that high of a din and want a little lighter weight binding then definently go with the 14. STH are without a doubt the most solid binding out there .

What is the DIN range you would want to...

What is the DIN range you would want to be in for this binding? I'm usually around 8.5 or 9, just wondering if these would be a good fit to mount on my K2 Kung Fujas.

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The din range is 6-14 so you would be fine on these. Definently go with these.

5 5

Badda bing!

  • Gender: Male

These are the dopest looking bindings on the market. Seriously making heads turn this year while not having to worry about unwanted releases.

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Any idea what the stack height is on a pair of STH's? Just interested in comparing it to the 26 mm of the Guardian.

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They for sure sit lower than the guardian but I am not sure exact measurements.

5 5

The best 14 din Binder

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Its the tried and true design that I love about this binding. I ski this binding on my all mountain skis. Its lighter than my Sth16's and holds me in without fail. Still the most trusted binding design.

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Any idea what the stack height is on a pair of STH's? Just interested in comparing it to the 26 mm of the Guardian.