There are three primary characteristics of ski bindings that you should be aware of before selecting a pair: the width of the brakes, the highest din setting, and whether you can use them for alpine touring. The brake width on ski bindings range from 90mm to 130mm usually – you just need to verify that the width is at least as great as the waist width of your skis. Ski bindings also come with different maximum din settings – the setting that determines how easy you eject from the bindings. Most beginner to advanced skiers should be safe with a maximum din of 10, but aggressive skiers may want to get a set with a higher maximum. If you are into backcountry skiing, we stock a variety of AT ski bindings, which allow you to hike with skins. Choose from brands like
Tyrolia ski bindings, and more.