Package the Salomon QST 92 and Warden 13 MNC Bindings and Save!!
If you’re a skier who rips around the Australian snowfields, then heads overseas in the new year, look no further. The Salomon QST 92 is designed for all-mountain dominance. Newly redesigned for 2020 the QST 92 is more energetic and powerful than ever.
The QST 92 shape is really versatile and suits a huge range of skiers. The redesign has pushed a bit more carbon into the backbone, giving the skis more life and replaced the lightweight Koroyd with cork for increased damping and improved drivability.
The QST 92 is a perfect option for those improving their skills and wants to dabble a little off piste. The rocker profile is friendly and pivots amazingly, but still holds a rock sild edge and provides a ton of energy when carving.
- Dimensions: 128/92/111
- Lengths: 152cm, 161cm, 169cm, 177cm, 185cm
- Radius: 17m in 169cm
The Salomon Warden 13 MNC is a bombproof 13 DIN binding inspired by the success of their Guardian backcountry binding. It features an Oversized Platform for maximum power transfer and was the first binding to be TÜV approved for all types of soles. In the complicated world of boot soles, the Warden 13 MNC makes it simple.
We tested the new Warden 13 from Salomon and found this was a solid freeride/freestyle binding built with a more durable brake that also retracts to help prevent getting caught up on each other when riding switch or when really cranking your edges over on groomers.
Another new feature is the Transfer Pads which allows for increased dampening and forgiveness. If you are looking for a durable binding for your wider skis without having to change boots the all-new Warden 13 is an excellent choice.
Brakes come in 90mm, 100mm, 115mm, and 130mm but fit a little wider than suggested. You can easily fit a binding onto a ski that is 5mm wider than the brake (i.e. 95mm ski with 90mm brake).
- Din Range 4-13
- Adjustment Range: 28mm
- Weight: 1132g per binding
- Brakes Available: 90mm, 100mm, 115mm, 130mm
Rocker - Camber - Rocker
Rocker - Camber - Rocker
Beginner - Advanced
Beginner - Advanced
Length 161 169 177 185 Tip Width (mm) 129 130 131 132 Waist Width (mm) 92 92 92 92 Tail Width (mm) 112 113 114 115 Radius 16m 17m 18m 19m
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