Rossignol Axial2 100 XL Ski Binding

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    Style: RC1A019

    The Rossignol Axial2 100 XL Ski Binding is for wider skis up to 100mm under foot. This aggressive binding is made with an ultra-durable Teflon AFD to give you better leverage, more consistent release when you need it, and less unwanted ejections. 25mm of travel at the heel provides the most forgiveness available, and allows you time to recover before you get a release. The Axial 100 Binding has angled-down lateral arms for agile response, and is specifically designed to provide the maximum control when riding wider skis.

    • DIN Range: 3-10
    • Furthest traveling ski binding on the market
    • Brake accommodates skis up to 100mm underfoot
    • 45mm toe lateral elasticity for fewer unwanted releases
    • 25mm heel elasticity for extra travel
    • Dual Action toe piece has multi-directional release
    • Wide screw pattern for extra leverage over wide skis

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    Q:
    "How do I know what size I should get. (L, XL, XXL, ect.)"
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    Question by Clain on 8/11/2014 - 4:50 pm
    A:
    "Sizing is based off of the waist size of your ski. Usually the measurement is comparable to the number in the style name. So this binding is called Axial2 100 so it can accommodate a ski with a waist size up to 100. The L, XL, XXL is not uniform within ski companies so it's best to pay more attention to the actual number measurement. "
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/11/2014 - 4:56 pm
    Q:
    "So what should the size be for an 85 Waist width?"
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    Question by Clain on 8/16/2014 - 2:51 pm
    A:
    "If you have a ski with a waist of 85 then you would need a 90mm binding. I would recommend the Marker Griffon 90 Ski Binding or the Salomon Z 12 90 Ski Binding!"
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/18/2014 - 11:43 am

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