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Top-end performance with Titanium.

The sleek Salomon Z12 Ti Ski Binding is a lightweight, low-profile binding that doesn't compromise on strength or performance. Titanium construction shaves weight and is ultra-durable while the Automatic Wing Adjustment system allows you to quickly match the binding to the toe-piece of your boot, eliminating slop that can cause premature release. With the strength and safety of the Titanium Z12, you won't have to focus on anything other than laying down a perfect set of turns.

  • The 4-12 DIN rating makes this binding the perfect choice for intermediate and advanced skiers looking to take it to the next level
  • Vertical Progressive Pivot regulates the release on backwards falls, increasing safety and confidence
  • Sleek titanium construction reduces weight without compromising performance or durability
  • Automatic Wing Adjustment allows you to quickly pair the binding to the toe-piece of your boot for a perfect fit without slop
  • Available in 80mm and 90mm brake widths

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I want to go to a lighter binding on my...

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I want to go to a lighter binding on my 188cm S7's 145/123/118, how can I put a wide enough brake on the Z12 Ti

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All you need to do is purchase some wider brakes that will fit your skis, around 120-130mm, and that will also fit on the Z12s. Backcountry usually has them but incase they don't just google it, plenty of places to buy them online. Good luck!

My skis are 127/82/112. Will the 80mm brake...

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My skis are 127/82/112. Will the 80mm brake fit?

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Hey there,

Yup, the 80mm brake will fit really well.

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good all around bindings

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I had these on my first serious pair of skis. They were used in all possible scenarios and always held pretty good. Jumps, good landings, terrible landings, and a lot of falls, never had a problem.
Would definitely recommend as a first binding.

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Broke 2nd time riding...

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

I bought these bindings new and had them mounted on new skis. The 2nd day I used them, the brake broke off and one of the bindings broke! I took them straight to the ski shop at the resort I was at, and they said they were shocked, but my binding was broken and could not be fixed.

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What is the range of boot sole size after...

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What is the range of boot sole size after mounting that they can change. I might be buying new boots later and I don't want to mount then remount them incase of boot sole diffrence?

Would the Solomon z12 with 100mm brakes...

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Would the Solomon z12 with 100mm brakes be a good choice for Fischer Guru twintips?

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The 100mm would be a little bit to much for the gurus. Try the 80mm or even 90mm (80 probably a little bit better). With a brake that is to wide it will not retract properly into the space allocated for it to do so. Hope it helps.

would these bindings work well with the...

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would these bindings work well with the salomon rocker 2 90 skis??

I recently bought a pair of skis...

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I recently bought a pair of skis with these Solomon Z12 bindings and I just want to make sure...the DIN rating/setting ranges from 4-12 with 4 being the softest and 12 being the tightest settings, correct?
Thanks for your help.

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You are correct Chris - the Salomon z12 binding has a DIN range from 4-12. If your bindings are older you can always take them to your local shop to be sure that the DIN is correctly calibrated and releasing at the expected pressure.