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Rossignol Axium 120 Ski Bindings

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Description: Rossignol Axium 120 Ski Bindings

The AXIUM 120 is a lightweight high-performance all-mountain binding with a 3.5-12 DIN. 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 120 is designed for all-mountain skiers who want lightweight and ease-of-use.

Key Features of Rossignol Axium 120 Ski Bindings:
  • Sizes: 90mm, 100mm, 120mm
  • Weight: 90mm: 960 G, 100mm: 965 G, 120mm: 970 G
  • Din: 3.5/12
  • Toe Lateral Elasticity: 45 mm
  • Glider: Axitec2
  • Toe Piece: Dual Action III
  • Heel Piece: Axium2
  • Height Interface: 20 mm
  • Heel Vertical Elasticity: 12 mm
  • Brake: 3P 80-90 mm, 3P 90-100 mm, 3P100-120 mm
  • Heel Piece Adjustment: 3P 45 mm

Axium 120


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These Bingings are very nice.
I really like these bindings. Easy to click in and easy to release when stepping out of the skis.
They have a good amount of travel before releasing which is good in hard packed moguls and crud. Only once I fell where they should of released and they released very smoothly.
I'd highly recommend these bindings.
March 21, 2017
Colorado Springs, CO, US
Age: 45-64
Purchased
7 months ago
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it is intended to be used with Rossignol experience 88 , would have preferred the 90 mm brake but you have only 100 mm., hopefully this would not be too much of an issue. I have used this binding before.
Jose R on Apr 3, 2017
it is intended to be used with Rossignol experience 88 , would have preferred the 90 mm brake but you have only 100 mm., hopefully this would not be too much of an issue. I have used this binding before.
Jose R on Apr 3, 2017
good price and a good binding given the skis I bought.
Anthony A on Nov 17, 2016
good price and a good binding given the skis I bought.
Anthony A on Nov 17, 2016
just bought rossi experience 88hd (88mm underfoot) and looking for binding recommendations. I am an advanced rider and 33, 6ft and 245lbs. Thanks in advance. Also, what din should i be setting at? I've recently read conflicting things.
nicholas f on Jan 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The Axium120 will match up to the Experience 88 but perhaps a better choice would be the Rossignol Axial 120 or the Look Spx 120. As an advanced rider on challenging terrain the later two bindings have greater shock absorbing capability.
Regards setting the binding leave that up to the ski shop. There is a formula they use provided by the manufacturers to ensure the proper setting for each individual skier. It involves age, height, weight, boot sole length and skier's ability category to formulate the correct release setting for the binding.
I am looking at buying the Rossi E88, i am 65 years old, 5' 8" and 155 lbs., an advanced skier from the East (Sugarloaf). Which Rossi binding would you suggest for these skis based on my age and ability ? Thank you for the help, Bill. Note: i have Tecnica inferno 110 boots.
Bill D on Feb 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'm 5'7" and 155 lbs age 62 and live in Colorado. I have the Rossignol axial 3 on a pair of Icelantic shaman SKNY, 90 underfoot. I have a pair of Nordica NGRY 100 with the Rossignol Axium 120 on them. Neither binding has given me any issues but I prefer the Axium's over the Axial to get in and out of. The axial I step in then have to pull up and step down before I'm all the way in. I ski 70% off and 30% on pristine so I work skis and boots pretty hard.
I have Rossignol FP's binding on Rossignol skies. I bought new boots wondering how to adjust bindings to hold boots better?
A shopper on Feb 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: What kind of boots do you have?

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