A new standard.
From sending big drops in no-fall zones to stomping big landings in the park, the Salomon STH2 WTR 16 Ski Binding keeps you welded to your skis when a pre-release would be disastrous. Salomon's legendary 3D driver toe piece enables multi-directional release options, while the +elastic travel feature keeps you in until you need to come out. An oversized platform and low-profile chassis ensures maximum lateral power transmission. WTR technology allows the binding to be quickly adjusted to accommodate WTR boot soles and standard alpine boots. Variable positioning and a heel flex interface provide a customized fit, and it allows the ski maintain its natural flex for reliable performance on big, committing terrain.
- A freeski binding built for going big in huge terrain
- 7-16 DIN ranged accommodates expert skiers
- Patented 3D driver toe enables multi-directional release
- WTR technology accommodates WTR and alpine boots
- Superior elastic travel ensures a smoother ride
- Oversized platform ensures maximum lateral power transmission
- Item #SAL00U6
- Q & A
Hi, I'm deciding between the STH2 13 and 16. I'm wondering if it's worth spending the extra 70 bucks for higher DIN and what seems like a beefier binding. I'm 29 years old and have been skiing for 27 years. I'm 188 cm tall, 82 kg, and I have a 325 mm sole length on my Salomon Quest Max 130s. I'm currently riding on Armada Invictus 95s (185 cm) with Tyrolia Attack 13s, DIN set at 9. I ski pretty hard and my skis generally take a beating. I like to spend most of my time off the trail and sometimes hike to backcountry. I'm purchasing the new Blizzard Gunsmokes, 193 cm, so I'm going wider and a bit taller.