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Salomon MTN Summit Binding


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Salomon's MTN Summit Leash bindings have everything you need and nothing you don’t. Compared to its proven MTN Pure sibling, the Summit features a glass-infused polyamide (PA) construction, rearward travel, and adjustable lateral release. While glass-infused PA is lightweight, don't be lulled into thinking it won't perform. Glass-infused PA is a widely used material known for its dampening properties, resistance to long-term wear, and reliable performance in a variety of temperature conditions. With the introduction of the AutoFlex system, the MTN Summit features 8mm of total rearward travel, helping prevent pre-release during aggressive descents. When transitioning in steep and committing terrain, the patented Step-in Aid will help you step into the toe piece the first time, something your amygdala will surely be thankful for. Featuring an adjustable lateral release, 8mm of total rearward travel, and damp PA construction, the Salomon Summit binding is sure to please for years to come.

  • Hybrid PA and aluminum construction is light n' strong.
  • Lateral release values can be adjusted between 4-9 or 6-12.
  • AutoFlex system compensates for ski compression, helping prevent pre-release.
  • Two heel risers will help make short work of even the steepest skin tracks.
  • Step-In Aid helps alleviate frustration with getting into the toe piece.
  • Included leashes let you venture inbounds if you so choose.
convert to ounces
302g [9]
305g [12]
Weight (pair) 604g [9]
610g [12]
Boot Compatibility   Tech
Brakes (mm)   Leashes
BSL Adjustment   30mm
Riser Heights   2 + flat
Vertical Release   Fixed
Lateral Release   4-9 [9]
6-12 [12]
Crampon Ready   Yes
Specs Verified Yes
Materials   Aluminum, high strength PA plastic
Skimo Co Says
Usage Everyday touring
Notes Lateral release is adjustable
Bottom Line Lightweight binding with a great feature set
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Earl
Has this iteration of the backland eliminated the floppy heel risers of the previous generation I've read so many issues with?

If my typical DIN setting is 7 to 8 would you suggest going with this binding or would it be best to have the 12 DIN one?
Answer from Jeff
Earl, Yes, the risers are much more solid. The first riser is very snappy and has wide wings to easily manipulate with your poles.
As long as your Release value is within the stated range, you are good. You don't need to be right in the middle as the old saying went.
We only have the 12 with brakes.
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Question from Adam T
Can brakes be added to these if I wanted to add them later?
Answer from Emmett I
Adam, Yes. You would have to loosen up the heel piece, slide the brake under the the front two screws. And add the third brake screw.
Answer from Adam T
Thanks! Are they the same brakes as the backland/mtn pure?
Answer from Emmett I

The brakes are not the same, they use the same mechanism but attach differently. Sorry for the late reply!
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