Salomon SNS Pilot Sport Classic
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With increased control and stability, the Salomon SNS Pilot Sport Classic bindings make Nordic skiing comfortable and easy.
- EMS refers to the men's version
The Salomon SNS Equipe Skate Cross Country Ski Bindings bring power and control to the beginner or the World Cup skate ski racer. The Pilot system uses two connectors that improve torsional rigidity so more of your energy pushes you forward with each kick. Eliminating the bumper improves efficiency and comfort. The pivot point placement improves energy transmission and creates a natural stride. The manual step in makes it easy to get in and go. The full-length guide ridge improves control when gliding. 115 stiffness flex is designed for racing, but great for anyone trying to get the most power. Up your skate skiing performance with these great skate ski bindings from Salomon Nordic. Weight: 320 g. Flex: Flex 115. Step in: Manual. SNS Pilot: 2 axes with rigid link. Step out: Automatic and manual. Guide Ridge: Full length. Underfoot technology: RS 10/ RS 17
- Tahoe Mountain Sports refers to the men's version
The Salomon Pilot(R) Sport classic bindings offer premier control and energy transmission, pushing you farther on every kick. Pilot system uses 2 connection points on each binding and a rigid link to enhance torsional rigidity and boost energy from every stride. Pilot system eliminates the bumpers in front to enhance both comfort and efficiency. Bindings are compatible with all SNS(R) Pilot classic boots. Salomon Pilot(R) Sport classic bindings include full-length ridge plates that enhance ski contact and control. Automatic step-in system; pole or manual step-out.
- REI refers to the men's version
While the other guys are flapping around like confused penguins on an icy hill, you'll be laughing your way to victory with the SNS Pilot Sport Classic Binding. Salomon's Pilot system features dual-axis technology, with one rigid-link axle under the toe and one under the forefoot to keep the ski glued to your foot, providing increased control and power transmission while eliminating the flap that can come with traditional, single-pivot bindings. The pivot points have been set slightly rearward for increased natural forefoot roll and power transmission, while the Pilot Sport also has a full-length guide ridge that aligns with grooves in SNS-compatibile boots to provide stability during the glide. Figure in the automatic step-in/out system, and it's easy to imagine taking your spot on the podium while everyone else is still sprawled at the finish dripping snot onto themselves.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version