Ski Bindings

Brake arm Width
Stand Height
Boot Type
DIN Range

How to choose the best ski bindings

When you have to pick out a set of ski bindings it is important, that you ask yourself what kind of skier you are. Are you a beginner, a novice or an experienced skier? A rule of thumb is, that the more experienced you are, the tighter you want your bindings to be.

Furthermore, you want to choose a set of ski bindings, that fits your riding style and body weight since it is important, that the bindings release your boots at the right time. If you are a beginner, it is a good idea to get an experienced skier to help adjust the release force settings on the ski bindings.

Ski bindings for alpine skis are characterized by the boot being tightened both in the toe and heel, opposed to cross country bindings that usually only connect the boots in the front.

Boots and ski bindings must fit

Maybe you got yourself a new pair of ski boots and just realized, that they don’t fit in your ski bindings. In many cases, you'll need to have your bindings adjusted to accommodate the boot sole length. In some cases, the ski bindings will have to be remounted to work with a new boot.

In our section of ski bindings, you will find a wide variety of different bindings from brands like Salomon, Rossignol, and Marker.

if you have any questions about compatibility or anything else don’t hesitate to contact SkatePro´s customer service.