Components and their Functions|
A ski binding is an attachment which connects the ski boot to the ski. Ski Bindings have numerous Components. You can learn more about how they ensure your safety and how it can provide you a great Skiing performance. Read here for more information.
Having the Correct Release Setting|
Aside from connecting your skis to the boots, Ski Bindings also has another feature which is called the Prerealese. Know how to avoid unnecessary releases and how to find the correct Release setting for your Ski Bindings here.
How to Buy Ski Bindings|
You have already learned the components and functions of Ski Bindings and having the correct release setting in the previous sections. Now, we're going to look at some basic guidelines in choosing the appropriate Ski Bindings.
I still do not know what the 3 letters in DIN (bindings adjustment) stand for.
It's called a DIN setting because the standards for Alpine ski binding settings are issued by the Deutsches Institut für Normung which in English means the German Institute for Standardization. Hope that answers your question.
What makes a "Jib" ski binding different from a standard alpine binding? Jibbing just means doing tricks on something like a rail, ramp, jump, half pipe, etc.?
How many springs in a binding and what is their use? Is it just for the DIN setting? Thanks so much