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  • Atomic Atomic Warden 11 MNC Binding
  • Atomic Atomic Warden 11 MNC Binding
  • Atomic Atomic Warden 11 MNC Binding
  • Atomic Atomic Warden 11 MNC Binding
  • Atomic Atomic Warden 11 MNC Binding
  • Atomic Atomic Warden 11 MNC Binding
  • Atomic Atomic Warden 11 MNC Binding
  • Atomic Atomic Warden 11 MNC Binding
  • Atomic Atomic Warden 11 MNC Binding

Atomic Warden 11 MNC Binding

$199.00
Excl. tax

If you are looking for a versatile, all-mountain binding that can accept a variety of alpine boot soles, then the Salomon Warden MNC 11 bindings should be on the very top of your list.

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From groomers and bumps to trees and steeps, the Salomon Warden MNC 11 alpine ski bindings are a fantastic choice.  Best for intermediate and advanced skiers, the Salomon Warden MNC 11 bindings are light, easy to use, and about as safe as it gets. With an 11 DIN binding range, these are perfect for all-mountain skiing. Capable of holding alpine and GW boots, these bindings are perfect for multiple boot sole norms. The toe piece is built very similarly to the upper-end Warden 13 bindings, while the heel piece is lighter and simpler. With a modern freeride design, these all-mountain bindings will take you wherever you need to go. Bindings serve as the steering wheels to the skis, taking the energy that you put into your boots and transmitting that to the ski. If you are looking for a versatile, all-mountain binding that can accept a variety of alpine boot soles, then the Salomon Warden MNC 11 bindings should be on the very top of your list.

Features:

DIN Range: 4-11

MNC Certified

Alpine and GW Soles

Automatic toe Wings

Easy Step In

Consistent Release Values

Ability Level: Intermediate and Advanced Skiers

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