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Rossignol Axium 110 Ski Bindings

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Description: Rossignol Axium 110 Ski Bindings

The AXIUM 110 B100 is a lightweight high-performance all-mountain binding with a 3.5-11 DIN range and 100mm brake. The reinforced Dual Action toepiece combined with the lightweight Axium heel delivers maximum power transmission, shock absorption and an easy step-in design. The Axium 110 B100 is designed for all-mountain skiers who want lightweight, ease-of-use and can be mounted on skis up to 100mm underfoot.

Key Features of Rossignol Axium 110 Ski Bindings:
  • Rec. Brake Width: 90-100mm
  • Weight: 915 G
  • Din: 3.5/11
  • Toe Lateral Elasticity :45 mm
  • Glider: Afc Teflon
  • Toe Piece: Dual Action II
  • Heel Piece: Axium2
  • Height Interface: 20 mm
  • Heel Vertical Elasticity: 12 mm
  • Brake: 3P 90-100 mm
  • Heel Piece Adjustment: 3P 45 mm

Axium 110


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Rossi bindings for Rossi skis
Both look great together, my sister said to me. She's always been fond of the Rossignol brand.
April 21, 2016
South Lake Tahoe, CA, US
Age: 45-64
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kirk c on Aug 11, 2017
It was the best deal I could find any where. Even better than a amazon and I'm a A. Prime member.
Jeffrey C on Feb 15, 2017
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kirk c on Aug 11, 2017
Great value for beginner park skis.
Jeffrey H on Mar 16, 2017
It was the best deal I could find any where. Even better than a amazon and I'm a A. Prime member.
Jeffrey C on Feb 15, 2017
I needed another pair of this size binding/brake for some back country skis my son gave me.
Laurence W on Mar 20, 2016
Great value for beginner park skis.
Jeffrey H on Mar 16, 2017
I needed another pair of this size binding/brake for some back country skis my son gave me.
Laurence W on Mar 20, 2016
Just bought a pair of Rossi 84's. I am 5'9 185 and generally ski blues and easier blacks out west. Would this binding work ok for that level of skiing or would the axial 3 be better? Thx
A shopper on Aug 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Always go with the better bindings when you can. As long as din setting for your weight and ability is somewhere in the middle of the range. For example, mine is 5.5 which is in the middle between 3 and 12.
Does lightweight refer to the rider or the weight of the binding? I'm 5'5 and weigh about 180. I all mountain but I do ride aggressive. Could this binding work for me? I currently have my DIN on my other skis set at 8.5.
Skroff on Dec 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If you are riding with an 8.5 setting you would be better off on a Rossignol Axial or Look SPX model with a 120 setting.
Will these fit 100mm base ski?
Brandon D on Dec 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Brandon,
Basically no. There are people that would suggest that you could band the brake a little and make it work.... dont do that. Look for a binding with a 110mm brake
would these fit on 85mm waist line skis?
A shopper on Nov 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, this binding will fit the 85mm waist ski.
will these bindings fit on the Arctic Menace TT2 Camrock skiis? also, will the rossignol evo 70 boots fit in these bindings?
augie on Feb 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the Axium 110 will fit the Artic Menace TT2 Camrock ski, the model is 97mm wide under foot and the 110 brake will easily fit on the ski. The Evo boot will fit in the bindings.
can these fit on 84 mm skis?
Pierre D on Dec 2, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hi Pierre,

yes, the Axium 110 can be used on an 84mm waist width ski.
Do these bindings work pretty well when you're mostly going to be skiing in Park? The skis I am going to be using are Line Tease skis...
Jennifer on Nov 29, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hi Jennifer,

regards the Axium 110 bindings for park use it depends on what level of skiing you are at if you are doing a lot of jumps with twists and off kilter landings with lots of torque you would be better off going with the FKS 120 because that binding will hold up well to a higher level of tricks. the Axium is more all mountain as opposed to park and pipe.

have a great season!!!

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