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Slatnar ST Touring Binding


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The excitement was palpable when we saw the first samples of the ST Touring binding from the high-end Slovenian CNC manufacturer, Slatnar. Wanting to create a high-performing and extremely durable touring binding, Slatnar drew upon their knowledge of producing World Cup and Olympic-winning ski jumping skis and bindings to do just that. Largely composed of aerograde 7075‐T651, the ST Touring binding is built to provide reliability and performance across a wide array of temperature and environmental conditions. This means whether lapping your local powder stash or dropping in from the top of Denali, you can expect consistent and reliable performance. The included adjustable freeride spacer provides excellent power transfer to the ski but can also be removed for weight savings. The heel piece has 6mm of fore/aft heel travel to compensate for ski compression, helping to smooth over rough snow as well as prevent pre-release. The heel risers provide an ample platform for even the worst skin tracks while their magnetic construction ensures they don't accidentally deploy when not needed. Because of its reliability, the SR Touring binding is trusted by the Slovenian Mountain Rescue teams operating in the Slovenian Alps. With its promise of performance, reliability, and durability, the ST Touring binding is a smart choice to bring home.

  • 50mm of BSL adjustment accommodates a whole family of boots.
  • 6mm of length compensation helps prevent pre-release and smooths over rough snow.
  • Burly metal construction is built to withstand the harshest environments.
  • Freeride spacer facilitates power transfer to the ski for uncompromising performance on the down.
  • Convenient race-style flaps facilitate quick transitions.
  • Crampon receptor and freeride spacer can be removed for additional weight savings.
convert to ounces
335g [7-8]
Weight (pair) 670g [7-8]
Boot Compatibility   Tech
Brakes (mm)   Leashes
BSL Adjustment   50mm
Riser Heights   2 + flat
Vertical Release   Fixed 5-6, 7-8, or 9-10
Lateral Release   Fixed 5-6, 7-8, or 9-10
Crampon Ready   Yes
Specs Verified Yes
Materials   Aluminum alloy 7075‐T651, stainless steel, hardened steel, high-strength plastic
Skimo Co Says
Usage Everyday touring
Notes Has 5-7mm of spring-loaded length compensation
Bottom Line A burly binding for everyday use
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Jack Z
Given the wider mounting pattern, do you think these would go well with a 120mm+ ski for a powder setup?

Also, are you guys able to mount these bindings in the shop? I assume you have a jig or a paper template?

Answer from Niko M
Hi Jack! The wider mounting pattern, particularly in the toe, is suitable for bigger skis. We are also able to mount these. Excited to be carrying these this year!
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Question from Anthony O
Interesting looking binding. Ramp angle? Happen to share any mounting patterns with atk? I'm used to skiing on a alpinist 12, do you think the 9-10 RV is too low?
Answer from jbo
Hi Anthony, we just took all our measurements. These have a +10.5mm pin height delta and a unique hole layout now documented in our list of mounting patterns. These are pretty burly so I suspect you'd be just fine with the 9-10; we will be putting them through some release testing soon.
Answer from Anthony O
True gapless (marker alpinists) or atk pseudo gapless as far as rearward travel, ie does it have heel gap? Interested to hear how the retention compares
Answer from jbo
Hi Anthony, these are spec'd at a 1mm gap (same Fritschi Xenic or Vipec Evo) so expect to feel some energy when coming out of a turn.
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Model: ST - touring set 1.0

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