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Salomon Guardian WTR 16 Ski Binding

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Specs

Din Range: 5-14
Brakes Included: Yes
Recommended Use: Touring, Downhill
Manufacturer Warranty: 5 Year

Description: Salomon Guardian WTR 16 Ski Binding

White stuff is your friend, fluffy piles of white stuff are your best friend, and with the Salomon Guardian WTR 16 Ski Bindings Blue/Black 100mm, you will always be there for your friend. When the snow is dumping and you want first tracks in the back-country these are the perfect bindings for you. Salomon has already proven their freeride performance is high, and now this binding is taking it to a whole new level. Switch from hiking to riding with ease, and the double full flex will get you down the mountain so effortlessly you will go for another round every time.

Key Features of the Salomon Guardian WTR 16 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 16


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Is this the large model that accepts a 11.5 boot size?
jay b on Dec 18, 2014
Best Answer: Jay,
Unfortunately we have sold the last of these bindings and cannot re-order them. I apologize.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Dec 19, 2014
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Can I use regular alpine boots with these bindings?
PJ H on Nov 28, 2014
Best Answer: Hey PJ!

Yes you can use alpine boots with these bindings. However, if you are planning on going touring it is recommended to use a full AT set up. Let me know what your looking to get into and I can make some recommendations.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Nov 28, 2014
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