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When the entire mountain, including the steeps, cliffs, trees, pow, and ice is your playground, the Salomon STH 2 WTR 16 Ski Binding is as bad as it gets. That's the good kind of bad, just to clarify. This beast combines Salomon's legendary Driver 3D toe piece with +Elastic Travel technology to provide you with a smooth ride and multidirectional release options. The progressive oversized platform gives you tons of lateral power transmission, letting you lay 'em on edge in ways that would make those spandex-suited downhillers jealous.

Gone are the days of compromise when it comes to bombing-downhill capability and comfortable convenience, as the STH features Walk to Ride technology, accommodating multiple boot styles without sacrificing performance or safety. Salomon's Progressive Transfer Pads dampen vibration for increased forgiveness and a fluid, powerful ride. This is Salomon's top Freeskiing binding and goes up to a DIN of 16; it's not for the timid.

  • 7-16 DIN range
  • WTR Walk to Ride technology
  • +Elastic Travel
  • Oversized platform
  • Low-profile chassis
  • Progressive Transfer Pads
  • 3D Driver toe
  • XL Stomp pedal

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Would these be compatible with the Dynastar Cham 107 women's ski/Salomon X-Pro 90W boot? Also, which size mm?

Yes they would, the only thing is that you would need to get the 115 mm brake size to compensate for the 107 underfoot of your skis. Currently it looks like that size is out of stock but the brakes are really easily interchangeable (I have last years color and was able to buy brakes for ~$15 when they sold out of the size I needed). This is a solid binding if this is the one you are considering, I love it and just ordered another pair for some new skis I picked up.

Best of luck with everything!


Built to charge

    Big, heavy, solid binding that you can absolutely rip in. I have zero play in between my boots and bindings. If you like to bomb down groomers this binding is a no-brainer.

    No serious complaints, but some of the paint on one of my heel pieces chipped off a bit. No telling when that happened but it's purely a cosmetic issue.

    I haven't utilized the WTR tech because I have on-piste soles for my Scarpa AT boots, but it could be a convenient feature for others.



    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    Slapped these on some black diamond zealots. Hit the backcountry and they were superb. Little on the heavy side but like Borris the blade says, "weight is sign of reliability!" Wouldn't switch to any other binding but Fritschi


    Homerun from Salomon

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    Got these bindings installed on my Rocker2 108's, and fell in love. Very solid binding, boots feel absolutely nailed in place. No slop, no play at all. Put them through most conditions on the mountain, steep and deep, cruisers, some serious hard pack, and plenty of powder, bumps, trees and jumps. Always feel solid, and never release when I wouldn't expect them to. I'm looking at getting a second set to put on my east coast skis.


    Lime Green/Black

    • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it

    They seemed fine but they're LIME GREEN & Black not Yellow & Black. I wanted a yellow binding. No big deal it was easily returned.

    Really? What'd you end up with? Something that matches your ascot?

    What does actually WTR technology mean? How can I convert my STH2 into walking mode?

    WTR = Walk to Ride! Basically that just means that this binding is compatible with alpine soles as well as Salomon's WTR soles. WTR soles are basically Salomon's proprietary version of an alpine touring (AT lugged) sole. The term WTR in this item title just refers to the compatibility. The binding itself does not have a walk mode.