S/Lab Shift MNC 13 Ski Bindings

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These bindings are a hybrid of power alpine bindings and lightweight agile touring pin bindings. The Salomon Shift MNC alpine and touring bindings are a whole new thing in the skiing industry.

Earlier when picking pin touring bindings you always lacked a bit from power when going downhill. And when picking a Alpine Touring bindings you lacked from lightweight properties.

The S/Lab Shift MNC is a new way of doing things and you get the freedom of a binding that will do whatever you want. Whether you go for on-piste performance with DIN-release or tour your own way to the untouched deep snow for off piste sessions. With these bindings, you can click in your pintech or alpine ski boots.

MNC stands for Multi Norm Certified and is TÜV approved bindings system that fits every normed boot in the market - Touring boots, Pintech boots and Walk-To-Ride boots.

The Shift MNC bindings are crampon compatible


  • Self-retracting brakes
  • Hike and Ride Switch
  • Easy Step-in
  • 47mm of elastic travel
  • Climbing aids
  • Carbon-infused PA construction

Brake width:

  • 90mm (ski waist width recommended 60 - 86mm)
  • 100mm (ski waist width recommended 70 - 96mm)
  • 110mm (ski waist width recommended 80 - 106mm)
  • 120mm (ski waist width recommended 90 - 116mm)
Binding Type:
MNC Binding
Boot Compatibility:
Alpine Adult Boots (ISO 5355), GripWalk Boots (ISO 23223), Touring Boots (ISO 9523)
Brake arm Width:
DIN Setting:
6.0 - 13.0
Best Use:
Freeride, Touring
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reviews   (5)
SkatePro was incredibly helpful. I live in South Korea, the box came quickly however the packaging was damaged and parts were missing. SkatePro was responsive and immediately shipped the missing parts. Excellent service, would recommend.
Kathryn Martin (AP)
Rating: 5 of 5!
Great Binding
Jonathan Dencker (Brentwood)
Rating: 5 of 5!
Pricey but worth it. I did find I need to take my gloves off to change the binding from walk to ski. Compacted snow has to removed from the binding mechanism before transaction is possible which could be a problem with numb fingers.
Rating: 4 of 5!
So far so good
jeremie gamon (st denis de brompton)
Rating: 5 of 5!
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