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Salomon STH2 WTR 13 Ski Binding


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    13 Reviews


    Drop cliffs, not bombs.

    Duct tape and super glue will keep your boots stuck to your skis, but they don't exactly inspire confidence when you're lining up big lines and big drops. Better to just step into the Salomon STH2 WTR 13 Binding, which combines the classic 3D Driver toepiece with a modified Guardian heel to give you bomber retention and reliable lease during your big-mountain adventures.

    The STH has been Salomon's flagship, and Seth Morrison's clamp of choice, for years, but somehow it keeps getting better. The toe has been endowed with tons of elastic travel, which allows your boot to move within the binding to prevent prerelease, and has a 3D design that allows reliable release in any direction. Both toe and heel are built on an oversized low-profile platform that's specifically designed to drive wider skis, and integrate progressive transfer pads for a smooth, damp ride. Best of all, the STH2's WTR compatibility means it can be skied with Salomon's Walk-to-Ride boots as well as classic alpine soles, so all you have to do is show up to the mountain and be ready to rip.

    • 3D Driver toepiece
    • Guardian heelpiece
    • WTR-comtpatible
    • Elastic travel
    • Low-profile chassis
    • Progressive transfer pads
    • XL stomp pedal
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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These bindings look like they have for the last many years for good reason. Why change what isnt broken. Ive used salomon bindings my whole life cause they work.

    Salomon STH2 WTR 13 Ski Binding

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I am 5'8", 160 lbs and an aggressive skier. I have these on volkl kiku skis. I just skied these in UT where conditions ranged from powder to packed. I found that these were not so burly that stepping in was tough but still held tight in bumps and choppy conditions. I am overall very pleased with these bindings.

    Trusty workhorse

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The STH series is the best there is for the price. They have never pre released on me and have never had any durability issues with them either. Would highly recommend for any ability level skier.

    Solid Binding

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have been riding these binding for half a season and have zero complaints! These are an all around solid binding for anyone out there. my binding of choice and would recommend to anyone. m

    STH2 WTR 13

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

    Paired these bindings with my line Tom Wallisch Pro skis. These bindings work great! I use them mainly in the park and they have held up very well so far.

    Great Binding!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have put two seasons of heavy abuse on a pair of these, they hold up great! I like the wide bolt pattern on the toe, adds some stiffness on a wider ski. I have blown out of these bindings exactly when I have needed. Solid binding all around.

    Good for the price

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These bindings are really light, and mechanically super smooth. They are a great binding for riding in the park or everyday skiing if you are not sending big lines or huge cliffs. If you are into the latter, the low DIN and plastic construction make you more likely to want something burlier.

    No Brainer Decision

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Any of the STH bindings from Salomon are a no brainer decision. Coming in multiple DIN settings you should be able to fine one that fits your skiing level or ability. I myself am a relatively little guy so went with the 13 over the 16 to shed a little weight. The binding is sturdy and feels extra secure when you click in. I highly recommend this and any binding from Salomon really.

    Not only does the binding function incredibly well, it looks sharp. Nice clean cut lines and some popping definition between the black and white. Hot damn do they look good

    My Go-To Binding

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have been using the Salomon STH binding for the better part of a decade, so when it came time to get my girlfriend a new set up it was a no brainer which one I was going to pick. The STH is one of those bindings that has been so consistently awesome for so many years that they have hardly changed it, and there is good reason for that. The driver toe piece is super durable, it always releases when you need it to, and holds you in when you don't, so you don't have to worry about pre-release issues. The only real thing that they have changed in the last few years is the heel piece, which they have upgraded over the last couple years to the Guardian heel piece, which I have had on my AT set up for the last few years and have been very happy with. They have also added WTR compatibility, so you can use it with Salomon's walk-to-ride AT boots. When it comes to bindings, you use what you trust, and I trust the Salomon STH. There is a reason that I have a pair on every one of my skis.

    Unanswered Question

    I recently purchased Salomon QST 106 188cm skis and am wondering what size bindings would work best. Thanks!

    Unanswered Question

    Does the Orange/Black binding option come with the brakes flipped around backwards? If so, that would be quite unique.

    Hi. I'm looking to get some of these for the Fischer Ranger 108. Should I get the 100mm brake width and bend out or the 115mm brake width and allow for some overhang? Thanks.

    I'm looking for bindings to mount on Blizzard Peacekeepers which are 104 underfoot. Would I be better off getting 100 mm brake and bending it out, or going with the 115 mm?

    Also these and the Atomic STH2 WTR 13 are the same bindings, right (just with Atomic vs Salomon branding)?

    Hey Jeremy,

    At that length you can really go either size, there's no wrong answer! Usually I'd say go smaller and bend out, but having brakes that are +10mm is perfectly fine too.

    And yes, the bindings are the exact same except for color scheme.


    I am mounting these on Icelantic Keeper's which are 119 underfoot. What's the best size to get?

    Hey Kristen,

    I would recommend going with the 115 mm brake size and bend the brakes slightly to fit around the waist of your Icelantic Keepers. The 130 mm brakes will have quite a bit of overhang. Feel free to contact me directly with any more questions about these or other ski bindings.


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