The Z12 Ti offers you the peace of mind and performance you desire.
- Strong titanium materials lighten the binding�s overall weight without compromising performance and durability
- A vertical progressive pivot gives you a controlled release for backward fall, and imparts protection and generates confidence when you shred
- High lateral transmission provides more precision and control when you ski down steep treelines, rip down groomers, or send it down the bumps
- Automatic wing adjustment, so you don�t have to fumble with a screwdriver to get the just-right fit
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Just bought a pair of Lady SALOMON in a...
Just bought a pair of Lady SALOMON in a 161. Would the 90mm or the 100mm work with this?
Hi Lauren, you will want the 90mm. The 90/100mm refers to the width of the brakes on the bindings, so you want to match them to the width of the ski underfoot. The lady is around 85mm underfoot so that gives you a couple mm on either side of the ski, which is perfect.
Great all round binding
I have been skiing these almost exclusively for the past 6 years. Very predictable performance. Never any pre-release issues. Nice light weight binding that does not sacrifice performance. Lots of deep powder days here in Utah and never problems with releasing in deep snow.
What are the differences between this and...
What are the differences between this and the $30 more expensive STH 12?
DIN Range: 4 - 12
Recommended Skier Weight:>92lb (>42kg)
Weight: [Pair] 4lb 9oz (2120g)
Intermediate to advanced all-mountain, park and pipe
Z12 DIN Range: 4-12
Recommended Skier Weight:92-264lb (42-120kg)
Brake Width: 90, 100, 115mm
Weight:3lb 13oz (1714g) per pair
Recommended Use: All-mountain skiing
Manufacturer Warranty:5 years
the STH weigh more and are more of an all purpose ski
I'm mounting these on K2 HellBents, which...
I'm mounting these on K2 HellBents, which have a 132mm waist. If I customize/bend the 100mm brakes for these skis, will they still work? I'm thinking that rockered skis like the HellBent can use 1-2cm shorter brakes than traditional camber skis, so I'm thinking it'll be ok.
You might want to look for wider brakes than 100mm, that big of a bend in your brakes probably won't work out so well.
If you're looking for some bindings that will keep you locked in when you want to be and let you go when you take a tumble these definitely do the job. I've beaten these bindings around and I still have no worries about pre-releasing or not coming out when I fall. They're fairly light and let you ski where you want to ski, just like they're meant to do.
where can I BUY SALOMON 12 Z TI SMARTRAK...
where can I BUY SALOMON 12 Z TI SMARTRAK?
I have a set you can buy, if still interested
Hi, I bought a pair of the new Sentinel...
Hi, I bought a pair of the new Sentinel skis and am looking for reliable bindings for them. 94 mm width for the skis, would the 90 mm in this binding work well? Or is there another I should look at...
I would go with the 100 mm brake. I also have a pair of 94 mm waist skis and the 100 mm brake fits perfect. The 90 mm would probably work also, but you would need to bend the brakes slightly.
I am looking for bindings for Line Celebrity...
I am looking for bindings for Line Celebrity 90 2010, will this bindings work for them and what width should I go for, 90 or 100 mm? Thanks
Both will work, but if both are in stock, go with the 90mm
I just bought a pair of k2 244 mogul skis....
I just bought a pair of k2 244 mogul skis. Will the Z12 bindings work on those? The reason I ask is that the ski waist is 66mm. I bought a pair and the toe piece looks very wide and looks like the toe pieces would catch on each other when the skis are as close as possible. Thanks.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTm_HfyuWrE shot 2/2/11 at Mt. Creek, NJ - Still got it!
I am looking at buying a pair of used...
I am looking at buying a pair of used ObSETHed that have the Z12 Ti mounted for a size 24 boot .. I ski a size 26 (guessing that the sole will be longer) and I am wondering if these bindings can be adjusted or if they would need to be re-mounted?
You should be able to make them work, because in general, after you mount a binding you can adjust one full size down and two full sizes up. BUT, it depends on the boot sole length of your boot. If it does work, you can expect the binding to be fully extended to accomodate your boot. I would anticipate remounting just to be safe.
Hope this helps,
Late to the party, but the binding has an adjustment range of 3.5 US sizes so it'll probably work just fine.
I've got a new pair of Rossi S7 178cm,...
I've got a new pair of Rossi S7 178cm, trying to decide weather to use an unused pair of Salomon S912 ti or new Z12 ti. Which will hold up better and does the adjustabilty matter?
Does Salomon Z12 Ti Ski Binding work for...
Does Salomon Z12 Ti Ski Binding work for Scott Crusade? Also, should I go with 90mm or 100mm for Scott Crusade (129-90-117)?
90mm is what you want.
It says in the description that their is...
It says in the description that their is a 115mm brake size. But backcountry doesn't have it as one of the options. Is it out of stock or just not available?
I believe that means its out of stock. try to hit up someone on live chat to see if they know when it will be back in stock.
I am trying to decide between this...
I am trying to decide between this binding and the Rossignol freeski2 120
I am an aggressive skier but I am light weight, I ski park and all mountain. How is the pre release problem compared to previous models?
So... which one! ?
I'm an advanced/aggressive skier and have...
I'm an advanced/aggressive skier and have some 2010 Volkl Aura's (Dimensions: 130-94-113, Length: 163, Radius: 19.0), and need some bindings. Are the Z12's a good fit? The price is right, just not sure if they'll work. If not, what's a good alternative?
The Z12's will definitely work. When choosing a binding, I usually direct people towards DIN range. Do you think you'll need more than a 4-12 DIN range? If not, here is your pick :)
These are lighter than the Salomon STH 12 also. (These weigh 857grams per half pair)
I'm looking at these bindings to mount on...
I'm looking at these bindings to mount on my Spruce Mountain ski boards (I've fabricated a mounting plate) and the waist of the ski is 105mm. Will these work? Thanks!
the 100mm brakes will take some stretching but I think you'll get them on no problem.
2 questions - I'm ringing in at 200 lbs...
2 questions - I'm ringing in at 200 lbs these days. Are these bindings compatible? I'm assuming the description 92-29lbs is a misprint. Also, I'm mainly a ski area off-piste skier - do these compliment powder skiing when you need to get in the back seat.
I'm seeing 92 - 264 lbs, so you're in there. If you are an aggressive skier you might want to look at the z14. But yes, you can ski in the back seat w/out pre-releasing.
what brake size will i need for these to...
what brake size will i need for these to fit on k2 kung fujas?
The 100mm brake will be right on!
will these bindings fit on the 2009 line...
will these bindings fit on the 2009 line chronic skis?
Yeah they will fit. Pick the brake size you need for the waist of your ski, which is 85. So the 90mm brake.