What good is a junior ski without a junior binding? The Z02 Junior from Hagan has a DIN settings that range from 2 to 7, perfect for those budding backcountry skiers and future skimo racers. Don’t make your kids suffer with heavier bindings while you waltz uphill on lighter kit. Thank you Hagan for freeing our kids from the resort boundaries. Now we just need avalanche awareness taught in elementary schools.
- Step in toe piece and heel is familiar for kids used to alpine bindings.
- Four riser heights lets kids pick from 0°, 5°, 10°, and 15° angles.
- Double force retention and TÜV certified for release.
- Compatible with downhill and alpine touring boots.
- Comes with a ski leash, brakes are available.
|Size||Boot Sole Lengths|
|X-Small||225 - 280mm|
|Small||255 - 310mm|
Note: These bindings are only compatible with junior (not kids) boots. The sole lugs must be the same size as adult boots, not the narrower and thinner ones found in kids boots.
||3 + flat|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Notes||Boots need adult lugs|
|Bottom Line||Future of the sport|
Questions & Reviews
Looking for some bindings for my 7 year old 54lbs (25kg) boy ... relatively good skier in the resort but want to take him touring this year. The picture shows the lowest DIN at 4 butyour text says 2. Confused! Can you clarify please? Thanks!
Still, our kids got a few good years out of them, using downhill boots, before they grew into modern bindings (i.e. Dynafit tech-type). So overall, worth it.
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