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Salomon Warden MNC 13 Ski Binding

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Warden MNC 13 Ski Binding

There's a reason that Salomon’s Warden binding system has been around for so long, with an adamant following nonetheless. In addition to being a burly 13-DIN ripper, the Warden is designed to be compatible with pretty much any boot (just check that your boot is either ISO 5355, ISO 9523, or WTR-certified), saving you the cash and hassle of investing in a whole quiver of different boots and bindings. It still shreds, too, with an oversized platform for increased control of modernized wide skis. The U-Power toepiece and Heel Flex Interface offer bomber retention and reliable release, and Progressive Transfer Pads supply a smooth, powerful feel and excellent lateral power transmission. Salomon hooked the Warden up with enough brake options to fit pretty much any skis and designed it with a low stand height to keep your weight close to the snow for a stable, powerful ride.

  • Burly freeride binding offers a reliable release and a wide DIN range
  • U Power toepiece optimizes power transfer to the ski for better control
  • 4-13 DIN offers performance to a variety of skier sizes and preferences
  • Progressive transfer pads offer intuitive turn initiation and a natural feel
  • Oversized platform supplies added power and caters to wider skis
  • Multi norm certification is compatible with most available ski boots
  • Item #SAL00KR

DIN
4 - 13
Brake Width
90 mm, 100 mm, 115 mm, 130 mm
Boot Compatibility
alpine (ISO 5355), touring (ISO 9523), WTR
Safety Features
SCP pedal, sliding AFD
Claimed Weight
4lb 15oz
Recommended Use
all-mountain, freeride
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years

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>Rating: 5

MNC for life!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

These MNC (Multi Norm Certified) bindings from Salomon are the best in my opinion. I will not ski on anything else in a long time! They test very well and are durable!! Save your knees and buy a pair!

>Rating: 5

Superb binding!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

What sets this binding apart from many for me is the MNC stands for Multi Norm Certification, which essentially means the Warden can accommodate a wide variety of touring and alpine boots. These bindings have held their own and worked great all season long in the Wasatch. Would reccommend 10/10 for someone who is using touring boots in bounds as well as out of bounds.

>Rating: 5

Great Binding

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Great option for anyone in the intermediate to advanced category. Super durable and reliable. Din range accommodates a variety of skiers and the MNC compatibility makes it easy to use any boot you want. All around great choice.

>Rating: 5

Locked In Bindings

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Solid bindings, MNC is great and toe height adjustment is easy. I plan to swap out all my bindings for these eventually!

>Rating: 5

Couldn't Be Happier

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Can't go wrong with these! A true standard when it comes to inbound skiing. I would highly recommend!

>Rating: 4

Great Performance Binding

The features offered with this binding give it a great power transmission, retention where needed and works well with wider skis due to the platform width--all of this translates to good performance.

>Rating: 5

The new standard in bindings

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

a great new design that is much stiffer and has better power transfer than anything in the past.

>Rating: 5

Dont tomahawk into the white oblivion

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

These are fantastic multi-norm certified bindings, great for using my Salomon MTN Explores or my Nordica GPXs'. The din and toe heights are easy to adjust and I have yet to pop out of my skis prematurely or blow my ACL, so somethings working right.

>Rating: 5

Love them so much I bought two sets!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I am on my third season with my first pair and cant speak highly enough! I just ordered another pair for my pow skis and cant wait to mount them! I have scarpa maestrales and this binding allows me to adjust and accommodate for the rockered sole.

>Rating: 5

Keeps my skis on my feets!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Solomon has done good. These bindings feel secure and skis stay on when they should and pop off when needed. The ability to adjust between alpine boots and touring boots is a great feature.

>Rating: 5

Salomon Warden Binding

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Salomon has always been my pick. Skied on these several times have yet to release but haven't fallen with them either. No prerelease issues. Easy in and out.

>Rating: 5

Perfect MNC Binding!!!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Salomon makes another solid product with these bindings. I was in need of a MNC binding for my Freedom SL boots and these fit the boots perfectly. I did not want to get a new boot for my inbound setup or the alpine soles for the Freedoms and these are one of a few bindings that will fit every boot out there! The gliding friction plate along with the adjustable height of the toe makes this all possible. I have no complaints thus far. They have functioned properly in every sense. The only minor reason you may not want to use these is for the extra few ounces these pack on and maybe for the slightly higher height. If you are in need of a binding that takes all boots, then this is your WINNER. Feel free to reach out with any questions about boots, bindings, or skis!

Hi, I'm on the fence between this MNC or the Marker Griffon 13 ID. Last season I rent skis in Whistler for a week mounted with a pair of old model Griffon 13 (non-ID) and it was a nightmare to me when trying to step back in everytime on steeps or powder. This year I'm looking and searching for a 'easy step in' WTR compatible bindings for my new skis. How does it perform when compare to the Marker Griffon or Tyrolia Attack13? How much easier you think it would be to step in this bindings than the Griffon 13 ID? Regards

>Rating: 4

Longer term user, multiple pairs bought

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I have two pairs of these bindings and I have used them across two full seasons and compared them with two of their major competitors that i also own, the Marker Guardian and the Tyrolia Aaattack. The biggest reason why you would or should buy this binding is that it is compatible with lots of different boots. The other advantages are that they are really durable and I have confidence in the release, because I have poped out comfortably and properly a few times. A unique feature in these bindnigs is that they have a dampening rubber in between the binding and the ski to reduce knee stress and chatter that is transmitted though the ski (i think it works). The main disadvantage of this binding is that for a freestyle binding, it places the foot higher off the ski then other bindings on the market, partly due to its ability to accept several different bindings. The higher binding stack height is not ideal, but its a small price to pay for control, security, and a safe release.

>Rating: 5

Only bindings I'll use

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Ive been a Salomon binding guy for 45 years and don't plan on switching anytime soon. never had any issues with releasing and you always know that you are in the binding when you hear that signature click.

>Rating: 4

New Set Up

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

These were just unpacked. The bindings were chosen after researching several options. I'm confident these would meet the needs of an intermediate skier looking to use the same set-up across several different terrains and over several ski seasons. Looking forward to trying them out!

>Rating: 4

Versatile bindings

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

It seems like there’s a million choices for ski bindings these days. So it’s hard to tell which ones will best suit your needs. The reason I went with the Wardens is because they’ll accommodate different soles for AT boots. So far, so good. Stand by for further reviews, once I’ve gotten to know them a little better

>Rating: 5

Work Great with Dynafit Vulcans

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Grabbed a pair of these this year because my alpine boots finally wore out after 3 seasons. Breaking in multiple pairs of boots is a nightmare so I decided to run my Dynafit Vulcans inbounds (they are plenty stiff). Did my research and made sure to get the MNC compatible bindings. So far the setup has been bomber. The bindings provide more than a solid connection to my BD Megawatts and even with the rockered sole of the Vulcan, I haven't noticed any drop in performance. No frill bindings that continue to rip!

>Rating: 5

durable and solid ski bindings

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

They're durable and work fine. I have nothing else.

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Hello, Will this work with Salomon Q98 ski? Thank you in advance.

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Will Solomon warden mnc bindings fit on Solomon 195 extra wide skis the numbers are 140 107 120

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Would these work with a crispi ntn boot?

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would this binding be compatible with Scarpa TX Pro Boot?

Hey Luke, The Scarpa TX Pro is going to be a telemark specific boot and wouldn't be recommended to pair with the Warden, you're going to want a NTN Tele Binding to pair with the TX Pro's. Feel free to reach me at my direct line 801.204.4547 or email me at cojohnson@backcountry.com if you'd like help finding the ideal boot or bindings for you!

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Hey, I have a La Sportiva Spectre 1.0(Black yellow color), will I be able to use this MNC bindings? Thanks

Hi Ian - From the information I can find the Spectre 1.0 should be ISO 9523 certified. It should say so on the sole of your boots. If not hit me up if you have other questions. Kyle La. - Expert Gearhead

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I just picked up some k2 112 underfoot will the 115 be alittle too wide or should I go with some 110 bindings and bend them out?

Hey Steven - The 115 mm brakes will be the best choice for your K2 skis if they are 112 mm underfoot. Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions. - Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead

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Hey there, I'm looking to get these bindings for my atomic automatics. Only thing is they're 118 underfoot. Would the 130mm binding be too much and grab on the snow? Thanks for the help!

Hey Zach, I would recommend the 115mm brake and bending them out to fit. Contact me directly if you have any other questions. Trey

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I am thinking about purchasing either the liberty schuster pro's (122 underfoot) or the armada jj's (122 underfoot). Which size brakes should I get? Not sure if you can bend a 115 all the way out, but 8mm is a lot of overhang. thanks.

I'd go 130mm. My brakes are +10 from my underfoot and I've never had issues with brakes hanging up or anything. Ben

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Hello! Are these compatible with the scarpa maestrale RS? I have a pair of katana v-werks currently fitted with the kingpin, but thinking of installing quiverkillers and re drilling for an alpine style binding that will accept at-boots. Possible? Thank you!

You can use the Maestrale RS in these boots, they have the toe height adjustment which is what you need to make it fit the Vibram sole.

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I have a set of soul7s mounted with salomon guardian large size. I want to take off the guardians and mount a pair of wardens, for boots with a bsl of 327mm . Will it work without a hole conflict and still allow me to be mounted in the same location?