Fitted SL100 bindings to Atomic Century ladies skis, price was good and the bindings are very light keeping overall weight of skis low, also they have a low Din of 3 which suited as the rider being only 52kg. Have used for one season with no problems, releasing when necessary. Only complaint bindings do not come with template for fitting to skis, but one was easily made using ply wood.
For a fat ski and for the price these have turned out to be way better than I thought they would be.
I don't know if they have enough tech in the toe release for use on a racing or GS ski or on a fatter ski for use in the park...They have been fine for romping around in powder on- and off-piste on a fat rocker ski.
Best Answer:Not familiar with K2 AMP but if they have a flat top yes. Have used Tyrolia bindings for a season now and they perform well. Depending on your skier type coupled with your height and weight plus your boot sole length (the number usually molded on the side of your boot near the heel) your DIN setting could be anywhere between 6 1/2 and 9 1/2 the Tyrolia has a range from 3 up to 10 so would be suitable. PS don't forget to check the brake width is suitable for your skis.
More than likely they will mount onto those if they are "flat" top sheets. The really good news is they are more than enough binding for even an intermediate skier. What I like most is the weight of the binding, hence the SL in the name. What this translates into is a very light swing weight on your feet. Even a few ounces are noticeable and when I compare these to my Fischers it is amazing at how much light the ski feels. Best of luck.
I purchased these bindings for a pair of K2's with 80width, 153 length. I am 5'5 and weigh 130, advanced skier - they work great for what I needed! If they fit the width of your ski, I think you will be in great shape with these bindings.
You and I are about the same size. I have these bindings on a new pair of Fischer Big Stix. I got the 115mm and am very happy. Good solid binding. I had a toe release last weekend when it should have. Not familiar with your K2.
The 90mm brake width of the Tyrolia SL100 Ski Bindings will work for both skis (however, that is a pretty tight fit for the Madonnas. I typically recommend brake width be 5-10mm wider than the width of the ski.)
The real question is if this is a binding the skier will be comfortable using. The Tyrolia SL100 Ski Bindings are beginner to intermediate bindings. The skis you've named are intermediate to advanced.
They will probably be ok. I bought this particular binding because they offered a wide brake at a low price. They are pretty simple but they do release at the right time and I have thus far been fine. Remarkably good for the price.
Best Answer:They are sized to 115mm..My Salomon Czars are 111mm underfoot. That ski you mention is 113 so they should fit...The tech can bend them a tiny bit to fit but the numbers indicate they will fit without modification....BTW...I have only used them one season but for a fat ski they seem to be a great value and provide good quick release and don't foul easily
Yes, but I would suggest getting them with the 90 mm brakes. They are a pretty good binding if you are a fairly light person. They are "SL", which is for "super light" so I would not recommend taking them in the park or pipe and abusing them too much.
Best Answer:The 90 mm size brake width on the Tyrolia SL100 Ski Bindings would fit on your Sidecut 80 mm width skis. The binding will be put on your skis by your certified ski technician when the binding is sized to your boots. Your ski tech will also set your safety din release.
Best Answer:Hi Lisa, As this is a little technical, I am going to direct you to our ski specialists for a specific answer: 1 (800) 409-7669. Most Tyrolia bindings are going to use the same mounting jig... but you cannot mount just any bindings to a race plate.
Is the binding fit Head shape one ski 170cm for the skier 95 kg weight?
A shopper on May 27, 2014
Best Answer:Yes the Tyrolia SL100 Ski Binding can be mounted on Head Skis for a skier weighing 95kg. However, you may want to use a binding with a higher DIN setting for more hold. I recommend a binding with a DIN Setting of 4-13.