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Salomon Shift Brakes

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Everybody loves “new ski day”. But sometimes “new ski day” also means “new brake day” in order to get your bindings to fit appropriately on your new skis. Find new Salomon brake assemblies for your shiny new skis below. All brakes are sold in pairs.

Shift 90mm - Narrowest Shift brakes available, these measure a bit over list.

Shift 100mm - Fun fact: 100mm is also 10cm which is 1/10th of a meter.

Shift 110mm - Pretty average ski size for many Shift users.

Shift 120mm - Widest brake size reserved for big powder boards.

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Questions & Reviews

9/23/2023
Question from Brent
 
Are the 120 brakes too narrow for 125 Line Pescados?
9/24/2023
Answer from Emmett I
 
Brent,

You'd likely need to bend them out a little bit, but they should work.
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9/4/2023
Question from Joel
 
Are these the same brakes used for the Atomic shifts?
9/4/2023
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Joel, yes the very same part. Also the same for the Armada Shift.
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8/13/2023
Question from Stig
 
Will the 100 mm option work for a pair of Salomon QST 106?
8/13/2023
Answer from Emmett I
 
Stig,

That would be a little bit of a stretch. Pun absolutely intended. I'd go with the 110mm to be safe.
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5/9/2023
Question from Davey
 
Just ordered 22/23 Black Crows Nocta
They are 122mm underfoot.
where the brakes would be is about 128mm would the 120 brakes fit if I bend them or just try something else?
Want to tour.
5/9/2023
Answer from Jeff
 
Davey, Where the brakes would be should still be close to the narrowest part of the waist. As the widest size, they will fit more than 120mm width without bending. And you can easily bend the brake arms if you need a bit more.
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3/11/2023
Question from Matteo
 
Hi, I just bought a pair of shifts for my skis but didn't realize they were the wrong size until it was too late! I wound up getting 90mm brakes for my Sego Condor 108's. Is it possible to bend the brakes out or should I just buy new brakes?
3/11/2023
Answer from Jeremy L
 
Hi Matteo,

Thanks for reaching out. That's probably a bit much to be bending those brakes. I'd recommend getting a pair of the 110mm size and running with those.
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3/10/2023
Question from Ben
 
Hello, do the 100 mm shift brakes fit a scott pure 109 ti please ?

Best regards
3/10/2023
Answer from Gabriel I
 
Hi Ben, the 100mm will be a tad narrow, go with the 110mm.
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3/5/2023
Question from Mike Justa
 
Hi, for skis that are 116 underfoot, coult the 110's bend out far enough or do you recommend the 120's?

Thanks
3/6/2023
Answer from Niko M
 
Hi Mike,
You could either direction. With the 120mm brake, you wouldn't have excessive extra width, ~2mm on each side. The 110mms could be bent for a 116mm ski as well. If I were in your shoes, I'd likely lean toward the 110mm brake width. Thanks!
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3/5/2023
Question from Rudy
 
Which size do you recommend for a Salomon QST that is 92 under foot? Thank you!
3/5/2023
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Rudy, the 90s will fit fine!
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2/26/2023
Question from Kevin
 
Is it for one brake or a pair of brakes?
2/26/2023
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Kevin, these are sold in pairs.
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12/29/2022
Question from Xing
 
Hi, I'm downsizing ski from 105mm to 95mm Black Diamond Helio. I wondered do I still can use my 110mm shift binding on 95mm? Or for ideal condition I have to swap the brake to 90mm (or 100mm?)

Thanks!
12/29/2022
Answer from Jeff
 
HI Xing, Brake width is very flexible. You could keep the 110, but they will stick out over the width of the ski in the up position a tiny bit. The 90mm width could be made to work on a 95mm ski.
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12/16/2022
Question from Jose
 
Will the shift 100mm brake fit on the Whitedot Altums 104’s without stretching or should I go with a 110mm brake?
12/17/2022
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Jose,

The 100mm brake will be just fine for that ski!
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12/12/2022
Question from Daniel
 
Will 100mm brake work for blizzard 10 104mm under foot or should I go up to 110mm brakes?
12/12/2022
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Daniel, the 100s should squeeze on there fine.
12/13/2022
Answer from Daniel D
 
Will the 115mm be better? My Concern is if in steep terrain the best as Jed will drag
12/13/2022
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Daniel, there is no 115mm width in these brakes. In general, you want to err on the skinnier side to avoid chances of drag / snagging.
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11/13/2022
Question from Carson Scott
 
I have a pair of CT 3.0s 112mm underfoot, should I go with 110 or 120mm brakes?
11/14/2022
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Carson,

I would go with the 110mm brakes. Generally, brakes can be stretched a few mm beyond the listed width, which will be a more ideal pairing than the 120mm brakes.
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11/10/2022
Question from Carson Scott
 
I recently bought some shifts and didn’t realize I got the wrong size of brake, I don’t really want to buy a new pair, is there any way you can bend the brakes to make them fit my skis?
11/10/2022
Answer from Patrick C
 
Carson,

It depends on which brakes you have and the waist width of the ski. You can often bend a set of brakes to get an extra 5-6mm of clearance, but beyond that, they can start to hang up on the edge of your skis, or just not deploy correctly. If you want to get into the specifics feel free to e-mail us at help@skimo.co!
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11/2/2022
Question from Randy
 
Is there a way to use these bindings without the brakes? They're so short they don't actually work well in my experience.
11/2/2022
Answer from Jeff
 
Randy, No, they are very integrated into the binding.
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10/22/2022
Question from Unknown
 
I have the bent Chetler 100 and eating to put a shift binding on them, will the 100 brakes me ok for those skis?
10/22/2022
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Unkown,

The 100mm brake would be a great pairing with the Bent Chetler 100!
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1/16/2022
Question from Maggie
 
I have the 2020 Black Crows Camox Birdie womens with 97 width. I’m reading the 90 can stretch but would 100 be better? I have the 110 and seems a lot wider than normal brakes even tho they squeeze inward
1/17/2022
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Maggie,

Generally, brakes can be stretched up to 6mm for additional width. In your case, I would probably go with the 100mm brakes.
3/18/2022
Answer from Tom F
 
What size for 117 under foot
3/18/2022
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Tom,

For skis 117mm underfoot, I would definitely go with the 120mm brakes!
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1/11/2022
Question from Derrick
 
I have a pair of blizzard rustler 11 and am wondering what size of brake I will need
They are 112 underfoot
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1/10/2022
Question from Jacob
 
Hi there. I have skis that are 112 underfoot with shift bindings that have a 110 brake. Where the brake actually sits is wider than 112, The brakes get stuck on the top sheet when I unclip from the bindings and I must give them a tap for them to go all the way down. Is there anything I can do to widen the brakes? Or should i consider trying to switch to a 120 brake? Thx
1/10/2022
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Jacob,
You should try bending the brakes out just a little. You shouldn't have to bend them too far to stop them from getting stuck on your ski.
1/16/2023
Answer from Nik H
 
I've found that it can be useful to shave off a tiny bit of plastic on the inside/downward point of the plastic on the brake - the bit that sits just above the ski when the brake is up, and digs into the snow when it's down.

Whilst the brake was wide enough, it has quite a square profile - and was getting wedged against the edge of the ski.

With a little bit of angle on it, the brake naturally splays outwards as it deploys!
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12/31/2021
Question from Alex
 
Which size do you recommend for G3 FINDr 94? 90mm assuming the brakes can be stretched or 100mm?
12/31/2021
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Alex,

I would recommend going with the 90mm width. They should have no problem getting to 94mm with a small amount of stretching!
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