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Rossignol Axial3 120 Ski Bindings


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Description: Rossignol Axial3 120 Ski Bindings

The AXIAL3 120 is an all-new, high-performance alpine ski binding with a 3.5-12 DIN range. The all-new Axial3 heelpiece combined with our reinforced Dual Action toe delivers the industry''s strongest coupling strength (boot-to-binding interface) for maximum power transmission, precision, and control. Featuring the longest elastic travel on the market, Axial3 bindings also provide superior shock absorption, reducing unwanted pre-release for dependable, trustworthy alpine performance. And with a substantial reduction in weight, reduced ramp angles for a more neutral, upright stance, and improved step-in/step-out functionality, the Axial3 offers less fatiguing, more user-friendly alpine performance for committed all-mountain, freeride, and freestyle skiers.

Key Features of Rossignol Axial3 120 Ski Bindings:
  • Sizes: 90mm, 100mm, 120mm
  • Weight: 90mm-100mm: 1055 G, 120mm: 1060G
  • Din: 3.5/12
  • Toe Lateral Elasticity: 45 mm
  • Glider: Wide Free
  • Toe Piece: Dual Action III
  • Heel Piece: Axial3
  • Height Interface: 20 mm
  • Heel Vertical Elasticity: 27 mm
  • Brake: 3P 80-90 mm, 3P 90-100 mm, 3P 100-120 mm
  • Heel Piece Adjustment: 3P 45 mm

Axial3 120

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STEVE S on Apr 12, 2017
The price was good and I needed some new bindings for my new skis.
Skroff on Dec 21, 2016
STEVE S on Apr 12, 2017
supposed to be a good fit for the skis I purchased for my wife
Charles T on Mar 10, 2017
The price was good and I needed some new bindings for my new skis.
Skroff on Dec 21, 2016
best price and I ski on this binding with confidence
charles r g on Apr 11, 2016
good price
KYLE H on Nov 28, 2015
recommended by Rossignol for soul 7
TERENCE G on Oct 24, 2014
supposed to be a good fit for the skis I purchased for my wife
Charles T on Mar 10, 2017
best price and I ski on this binding with confidence
charles r g on Apr 11, 2016
How would these bindings hold up in the park?
cole s on Dec 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Rossignol Axial3 Binsings are super light weight, rugged, and built to last throug season long park sessions!
Wife got me a pair of Lib Tech Freeride NAS Skis 188cm, wondering if these bindings would be a good fit? Specs on the skis say 100mm waist.
Brian on Dec 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If your an intermediate skier, these bindings are perfect. Typically the bindings will have a few brake sizes, the Rossignol Axial 120 has three brake widths (in mm) which are 90, 100, and 120. Usually you need a brake width that matches your ski width or a larger brake will do just fine. The website that you search should have the axials with those measurements, good luck!
I bought size 159cm dynastar skis, will these bindings be ok?
Carrie C on Dec 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I would assume they would be okay. It depends what the width of the ski is where the bindings would be mounted. It should say on the ski what the width is at the place where they would be mounted, but the binding comes in many widths and should work fine. My skis are 171 cm and they work just fine.
I have 2015 Sin 7 skis, I am a type III skier doing all mountain skiing. What size binding do I need? Thanks
Garrett A on Jan 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Garrett,

the binding that matches the Sin 7 is the Rossignol Axial 3 120 with B100 brake.
how do I know what binding size I should get for my 170cm skis?
A shopper on Nov 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Binding choice has a lot to do with what type of skier you are (I, II, or III) and what type of skiing you will be doing, freestyle, freeride, park, all moutain. etc...

What skis do you currently use? What is the waist width of the ski?
Will this bindind fit an at boot?
r g on Jan 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It depends on the make and model of the at boot.
Looking into 2016 Experience 88's. I'm 6'2" and a type III skier. I mostly ski on groomed terrain here in MN but also enjoy visiting resorts in CO frequently. I'm wondering, what size would go best with the 88's? Also, is there any chance of getting these in all black?
Stefan S on May 25, 2016

there is no sizing issue with the binding it fits all adult boot sizes and the release settings run from 3-12 which will work for you if you set your bindings between 5 to 10. The Rossignol Axial3 120 is a 15-16 model
Would these binding work on line sick day 95 width skis? We need bindings ASAP.
A shopper on Nov 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi! They would probably work, you will some hang off from your brakes though. I would go for a 100mm brake width bindings ideally!!
Will these work with Faction Silas 174mm skis with a 86mm waist and what size if so?
Adam F on Oct 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Good Day Adam!
The 90mm width Axial3 120 binding will work great with an 86mm waist ski.
I bought a pair of Rossignol Sprayer skis with a 80mm waist would these bindings be good for me? I would say I am an intermediate to advanced level skier if that helps at all. Thank you!
Jordan T on Sep 22, 2015
While these Axial3 Bindings are great bindings, the break even on the 100mm option s just too wide. Look for something 90mm. Example:
Will these work with super 7's?
Jeremy N on Sep 16, 2015
They will if you pick the 120mm option!
I am looking for some bindings for my new skis. I got a sweet deal on a pair of 161 length Fischer 86 Motive skis. I am 5'7" 185lbs and I ski pretty aggressive. Mostly groomers and here at Afton Alps. What would you recommend?
Jeff F on Sep 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: the Rossignol Axial3 120 B90 would be a great match for your skis. have a great season Jeff.
what size fits a 162cm ski?
ashton b on Nov 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hello Ashton, what is the waist width of your ski? That will determine which size will work on your ski. Thanks.

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