DIN Range Recommendation Chart
Please note that this chart os inoly to give you an idea of the DIN range that may be appropriate for you to help you narrow your search down. Never try to adjust the DIN of your bindings yourself and if you're unsure about your DIN, please give us a call.
|SKIER WEIGHT (LBS)||ABILITY LEVEL||SKIER PROFILE||DIN RANGE|
|50-165||Beginner-Intermediate||Heavier Beginner or more Advanced Junior Skier||2-7|
|65-200||Beginner-Intermidate||More Advanced Junior Skier or Lightweight Adult Beginner||3-10|
|65-240||Beginner-Advanced||Beginner Dkier or Lightweight more Advanced Adult Skier||3-11|
|65-250||Intermediate-Expert||Heavier Intermediate Skier or Lightweight Expert Adult Skier||3-13|
|130-285||Intermediate-Expert||Heavier or more aggressive Intermediate Skiers or Expert Adult Skiers||6-14|
|130-200+||Intermediate-Expert||Heavier, aggressive Intermediate Skier or very aggressive Advanced-Expert Adult Skiers||6-16|
|150-200+||Expert-Pro||Aggressive Expert, Big Mountain Skiers and Racers||8-18|
A quick note on brake widths; make sure to pick a binding that has a brake within 15mm of your ski's waist width. For example, if your ski has a waist width of 90mm, a binding with a brake width of 90-105mm should be suitable.
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