Men's Freeride Ski Bindings

Men’s freeride ski bindings from Salomon are designed for all-out downhill skiing. Multi Norm Certified (MNC) bindings like the next-gen S/Lab Shift MNC 13, S/Lab Shift MNC 10 that provide consistent, reliable release for both alpine ski boots and ski touring boots. STH2 WTR 16 and STH2 WTR 13 are made for strong skiers charging on wide skis.
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  • S/LAB SHIFT MNC 13

    Unisex - Unisex Touring Bindings
    Ratings (51reviews) 3/5
    • S/LAB SHIFT MNC 10

      Unisex - Unisex Touring Bindings
      Ratings (7reviews) 4/5
      • STH2 WTR 16

        Unisex - Unisex Freestyle Bindings
        Ratings (3reviews) 5/5
        • STH2 WTR 13

          Unisex - Unisex Freestyle Bindings
          Ratings (11reviews) 5/5
          • WARDEN MNC 13

            Unisex - Unisex Freeride Bindings
            Ratings (15reviews) 4/5
            • WARDEN MNC 11

              Unisex - Unisex All-Mountain Bindings
              Ratings (9reviews) 5/5
              • WARDEN 11

                Unisex - Unisex Freeride Bindings
                Ratings (2reviews) 5/5
                Ratings (98 Reviews) 4.13/5

                4.1 / 5 based on 98 Bazaarvoice reviews.

                Reliable, consistent release when you need it most. The S/Lab Shift MNC binding range revolutionized ski touring bindings by combining the ease and efficiency of a pin binding for the up with the powerful performance and consistent, reliable release of alpine ski binding. This new, no-compromise binding brings a whole new level of security and the confidence that comes with it when skiing steep, high-consequence terrain in the backcountry. These bindings feature wide toe wings which are designed to provide maximum power transmission to freeride skis, all-mountain skis, and touring skis making them some of the best ski bindings available for skiers who push their limits both inbounds and out. STH2 WTR13 and STH2 WTR 16 are designed for freeriders who need a pair of totally reliable alpine ski bindings that meet the demands of full-send skiing.