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Salomon Guardian WTR 13 Ski Bindings 2015

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Specs

Din Range: 4-13
Brakes Included: Yes
Recommended Use:
  • Touring
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Salomon Guardian WTR 13 Ski Bindings

The deep powder might get skied out at the local resort, but the stashes stay fresh in those secret back-country spots, and the Salomon Guardian WTR 13 Ski Bindings Black/White 100mm are the bindings that will take you there. The Hike & Ride switch allows you to go back and forth from hiking to skiing without even unclipping, giving you the quickness you need to get first tracks. The sleek design is light and the all over low profile and wide platform enhance power transmission. Hit the hardest lines you can find this year and never worry about the durability and performance of the Guardian WTR Ski Bindings.

Key Features of the Salomon Guardian WTR 13 Ski Bindings 100mm:
  • WTR (Walk to Ride) sole compatibility
  • Hike & Ride Switch
  • Low profile Chassis
  • Double Full Flex
  • Oversized platform
  • XL Stomp pedal (65)
  • High adjustment
  • Automatic Wing adjustment
  • High Lateral Transmission

Guardian WTR 13


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Is the Salomon Guardian WTR binding an AT binding? Other than price, what are the main differences between the WTR 16 and 13 bindings?
Steve F on Oct 30, 2013
Best Answer: Steve,

Yes the Salomon Guardian WTR is an AT binding, the newest from Salomon. It has been getting a lot of compliments this season: user friendly, solid, good power transfer, etc. A nice feature is that it is a burly AT binding and you do not have to unclick to get into walk mode. The main difference in the WTR 13 and 16 is Din range; 3-13 and 3-16. It's much similar to the difference between the Marker Baron and Duke. One is just a little burlier, a little beefier. Great bindings.
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