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Contents 2010/2011 Shop Practices Manual Binding 1 Alpine Binding Liability Indemnification

4

Binding Quick Reference Chart

6

Retail Binding Systems 7 Preparation Installation

7 8

Binding-to-Boot Adjustments

14

Release Value Selection & Adjustment

15

Final Checking & Visual Inspection

17

Mechanical Inspection

18

Skier Instruction, Warning & Record Keeping 20

Rental & DEMO Binding Systems

22

Preparation

22

Installation

23

Binding-to-Boot AdJustments

24

Release Value Selection & Adjustment

25

Rental Visual & Mechanical Inspection

25

The 2010/2011 Shop Practices Manual is published by Salomon for Salomon Authorized Alpine Binding Dealers. This manual provides current technical information, certification requirements, and indemnification information. Please keep a copy of this Manual on hand as a quick, easy, and reliable reference for servicing Salomon alpine bindings. Because the content of the Manual changes every year, you should keep previous editions available as references for servicing older products. Your Salomon Certification Web site will one day provide a resource of archived material for your reference as well. Salomon continues to be the number one winter sports brand worldwide. Our goal is to advance our breakthrough technologies featuring innovation in safety and performance binding systems.

Skier Instruction, Warning & Record Keeping 29

Binding Maintenance & Repair Maintenance & Repair

32 32

Certification Program Technician Certification Exam

34 34

ALPINE SKI

38

Technical Features

39

Maintenance & Repairs

43

Boot 47 Standard Boot Norms

47

Technical Features

48

Salomon Foot Measurer

49

Advanced Fit Technology Liner

50

Custom Shell technology

52

Salomon Boot Technologies

54

Boot Concepts

55

Foot Anatomy And Fit

63

Helmet & Pole

66

Helmet Technology

67

Pole Technonolgy

69

Spare Parts

70

Warranty 85

Cover Photo Photographer: Scott Markewitz. Skier: Rick Armstrong. Rev. 01 - 101007

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Photo: Adam Clark. Skier: Cody Townsend

Technical reference for the complete line of current Salomon alpine bindings

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Introduction > 2

2010/2011 Certification program Salomon provides its Authorized Alpine Binding Dealers with information contained in this publication: 1. To help assure skiers that Salomon alpine bindings are properly selected, mounted, adjusted, and serviced.

Authorized Alpine Dealer Requirements While it is not necessary for an Authorized Location to have all of its personnel certified, sales people and managers are encouraged to remain aware of Salomon’s certification and record keeping requirements. • Salomon Authorized Alpine Binding Dealers must have at least one Salomon Certified Technician working at each Authorized Location selling, servicing or renting Salomon alpine bindings. • The technician who signs the Authorized Location’s workshop or rental form for any transaction must be currently Salomon alpine binding certified. • It is an Authorized Dealer’s responsibility to maintain sufficient records to identify its Certified Technicians.

2. To serve as a risk management tool for the Authorized Dealer.

Certification Fees Authorized Alpine Binding Dealers will be invoiced an administrative registration fee for technician certifications.

U.S. Dealers • For the U.S., a $12 fee will be invoiced for each Registration and Exam submitted on line at www.salomoncertification.com • The U.S. fee is $20 for each Registration/ Exam submitted by mail or fax to Salomon, or for technicians certified by any approved industry training program. Fax: (801) 334-4502 Salomon Certification/Customer Service Salomon U.S.A. 2030 Lincoln Ave. Ogden, UT 84401

Canadian Dealers • For Canada, a $30.00 fee will be invoiced for each Certification Kit sent to the dealer. Technicians must Register and take the Exam on-line at www.salomonhookup.ca

2010/2011 Certification Kit This manual forms part of a kit which is available each year to Salomon Authorized Binding Dealers. Enclosed in the kit you will find the necessary materials to certify your shop technicians for mounting and adjusting Salomon Bindings for the 2010/2011 season. This packet should have the following items: • 2010/2011 Salomon Shop Practices Manual & Spare Parts • 2010/2011 Salomon Shop Practices CD (instructional video & manuals) • Skier Classification Chart • Visual Indicator Adjustment Chart • Toe Height Adjustment Card If this packet is missing any of these items, or you need any more, please contact Salomon Customer Service at 1 (800) 654-2668 (in the U.S.) or 1 (800) 361-3398 (in Canada).

Electronic Documentation An electronic version of the 2010/2011 Shop Practices Manual is available both on the media CD included with this Certification Kit as well as online at www.salomoncertification.com (in the U.S.) or www.salomonhookup.ca (in Canada). The media CD PDF version of the manual is identical to the printed copy included in this kit, with the added convenience of a fully hyperlinked table of contents and reference boxes for easy navigation. The online PDF version of the Salomon Shop Practices Manual is continuously updated with the most current technical language and thus may have additions not appearing in the print version of the Salomon SPM. The printed version of the Salomon SPM is still completely valid and all procedures described within follow industry standards.

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Media CD The training video comes on a cross-platform CD-ROM (Windows, Mac & Linux) along with a fully indexed PDF of the Shop Practices Manual and several forms for convenient access, duplication and printing. To view the videos you’ll need a computer with any web browser with the Quicktime plug-in installed (if it is not already installed, your browser will provide a link to easily obtain the free software). In addition, to view the Shop Practices document and open the other forms you’ll need a PDF document reader such as the free Adobe Reader (available at http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html) Insert the CD into a computer, navigate to the top-level of the CD-ROM and double-click the “WELCOME-BIENVENUE.html” file – this should open the file in your internet web browser. Alternately, with the disk in the computer, you can launch a new internet browser window, choose “Open” from the “File” menu of the browser and navigating to location of the file on the CD-ROM.

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2010/2011 Certification program continued 2010/2011 Salomon Certified Technician Certification Process Only a technician sponsored by a Salomon Authorized Alpine Binding Dealer may be certified. Authorized Dealers can log onto www.salomoncertification.com (in the U.S.) or www.salomonhookup.ca (in Canada) to receive a current list of their Salomon Certified Technicians. To complete the technician certification process: 1. Read this manual and become familiar with required Salomon shop practices. A corresponding CD is available to assist in this process. For a copy of the CD, contact your Salomon sales or Customer Satisfaction Representative. 2. Be familiar with earlier editions of Salomon Shop Practices Manuals and Salomon Technical Updates.

3. Be familiar with Salomon bindings through hands-on experience. 4. For the U.S., log on to www.salomoncertification.com. For Canada, log on to www.salomonhookup.ca. Complete the on-line 2010/2011 Salomon Certified Technician Registration and Exam and receive confirmation of your certification instantly.

Technician Certification Validity Period and Transfer • Technician certification is valid for two years from the exam date (unless Salomon provides further notice). • Technician certification is not valid at a location that is not a Salomon Authorized Alpine Binding Location.

• Technician certification may be transferred from one Salomon Authorized Alpine Binding Dealer to another by contacting the certification coordinator by mail or telephone (Ogden, UT for U.S. dealers and Markham for Canadian dealers).

Instructions For Taking The On-line Exam Once you have become familiar with the procedures for mounting, adjusting, and testing Salomon bindings, take the exam on-line for instant results and obtain your certificate immediately. (If for some reason you are unable to take the test on line, please contact your Salomon sales representative.) Just follow these easy steps: 1. Log onto the certification website • In the U.S. log onto www.salomoncertification.com • In Canada log onto www.salomonhookup.ca 2. Register your information • Once you have signed in, you will get a prompt asking you to confirm your login-ID. Write this information down in case you need to stop your test in the middle and return later. 3. Take the on-line exam • Once the test begins, do not use your web browser to move “back” or “forward”. Doing this will result in a cancelled session and you will need to start at the beginning. • A score of 90%, or 23 correct answers, must be obtained to pass. • In addition, questions 12 to 25 are considered core questions and must be answered correctly.

4. Once you pass the test • In the U.S. click on the button to create a printable certificate. (The certificate will be created in Acrobat. If you do not have Acrobat Reader on your computer, click on the icon, and you can download it free from the web.) OR Write down your certificate number and return later to retrieve your printable certificate. An invoice for $12 will be generated and sent to your shop. If you do not pass, your shop will not be invoiced. Only passing exams will receive certificate numbers and generate an invoice. • In Canada, click on the Download Certificate box to create a printable certificate. (The certificate will be created in Acrobat. If you do not have Acrobat Reader on your computer, click on the icon and you can download it free from the web.) OR click on e-mail Certificate to receive an e-mail version.

Finding Currently Certified Technicians For Your Shop Finding currently certified technicians is a service only available the U.S. 1. Simply log onto the site and click on the button “Search for certified technicians”. 2. Enter your shop ship-to code or certificate number to search the certification database.

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3. You may retrieve printable certificates from the database for any certified tech. 4. If you need to know who in your shop is certified, log on and search for certified technicians for your shop. An updated list will appear so you have constant access to the information.

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Binding

Indemnification > 4

Alpine Binding Liability Indemnification Schedule of indemnified bindings Salomon alpine binding indemnification applies to the 2010/2011 Retail Binding Line, 2010/2011 Rental Binding Line, Non-current Retail Binding Line and Non-current Rental Binding Line models listed below. Indemnification does not apply to older non-indemnified binding models. Non-Indemnified Bindings Older models of Salomon bindings no longer on the Schedule of Indemnified Bindings may still be serviced, however Liability Indemnification will not be offered by Salomon for these models of bind­ings. Dealers wishing to service these models of bindings can reduce their liability risk by requiring an additional waiver and release agreement and attaching it to the Workshop Form. Such waivers should be reviewed by a dealer’s own legal counsel to ensure compliance with applicable laws. Salomon bindings are not designed or tested for use with Mono Boards, therefore bindings mounted on Monoboards will not be indemnified.

Retail Binding Line 2010/2011

Non Current

STH 16 STH 16 Steel STH 14 Driver STH 14 STH 12 Oversized STH 12 Driver Z 14 Z 12 Z 12 Ti Z 11 Z 10 Z 10 Ti Z 10 Women Z 10 Ti Women L10 L10 Jr L9 L7 T5

C610 Cp C610 C609 Ti C609 D+ C609 C608 FIS 17 C608 Cp C608 C607 C509 Dr+ C509 C305 / C305 MINI Z 920 Lab Z 916 Lab Z 914 Lab N 920 Equipe Race N 916 Equipe Comp. S914 Axe+ S914 Lab

S914 FIS 26.3/20/17 S914 FIS S914 Pe2 S914 S914 FIS Pilot S914 Pilot 914 F1S 20 914 FIS 914 S912 Ti Pe2 S912 FIS S912 FIS 24 S912 Ti S912 Ps S912 FIS Pilot S912 Ti Pilot S912 Ti SC Pilot S912 S910 T FIS 26,3/24/20 S910 T Ps

S910 FIS 24 S910 T S910 S910 T Ps S910 T Axe+ S812 Pa S811 PS S810 Ti S810 Ti Axe+ S810 Cp S810 Ps S810 S810 Ti Pilot S810 Pilot S810 Ti SC Pilot S810 Ti Ps S711 Ps S711 Pa S711 Cp 711

S710 Cp S710 Ti S710 S710 Pilot S710 SC Pilot S710 Ti Pilot S710 Ti Cp2 S710 Pa S710 DP S710 CP2 710 Smartrak Grip 710 C610 CP2 610 CP 610 609 D+ 609 S608 CP C608 CP2 608

607 C509 D+ S305 GROM C305 GROM C305 MINI GROM 305 Z 12 Ti Smartrak Control STH 12 Z 10 Smartrak Control Z 10 Ti Axe + Z 10 Ti Z 10 FIS 20 LZ 9 LZ 8 LZ 7 TZ 5

Q7 SC Q7 SR ST610 e2 C609 SC 609 SC 609 SR C608 SR C608 SC 608 SC C607 SC C607 SR 607 SR Quadrax 6 SC C509 SR C509 SC Q500 SC Drive Plus

Q500 SC Q500 SR Quadrax 5 SR Q5 SR Snowtrip ST 410 Q400 SR C305 SR 305 SC 305 SR S305 SC S305 Grom SC C305 Grom SR Q300 SC Q300 SR S300 SC Quadrax 3 SC

Quadrax 3 SR Q3 SC Q3 SR KRR Z 12 Ti KRR Z 12 Z 12 Ti Smartrak Z 12 Ti Smartrak Control Z 12 Ti SC KRR Z 10 Z 10 Ti SC Z 10 Smartrak LZ 8 SC LZ 7 SR

KRR TZ 5 SC TZ 5 SR TZ 5 SC TZ 5 SC Junior Track

Rental Binding Line 2010/2011

Non Current

KR Z 12 KR Z 11 KR Z 10 KR Z 10 W Z 12 SC Z 10 SC L 10 SC L 10 SR L 9 W SC L 7 SC L 7 SR T 5 SC T 5 SR

S912 Ti SC S810 Ti SC 712 e2 Cosmic S712 SC KRR 711 711 SC 710 e2 710 SC Cosmic S710 SR Cosmic S710 SC Cosmic S710 Q700 SC S700 SR S700 SC Drive Plus S700 SC

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Indemnification > 5

Alpine Binding Liability Indemnification continued Salomon Authorized Dealers Salomon offers liability indemnification to Salomon Authorized Dealers. Salomon will to the extent and within the limits that insurance coverage is available defend and indemnify a Salomon Authorized Alpine Binding Dealer against liabilities from claims presented by any customer of the Authorized Dealer arising solely from the use of Salomon alpine bindings, provided: A. The dealer purchased the alpine bindings from Salomon. B. The dealer has received written notice of a claim involving alpine bindings. C. The claim alleges use of the alpine bindings resulted in injury. D. All Salomon recommendations, procedures and policies in effect at the time of the incident were followed, including, but not limited to, those contained in the Salomon Shop Practices Manual, Salomon Technical Update (if applicable), Salomon Purchaser Policies and Salomon General Terms & Conditions. E. The Certified Technician is of legal age. F. The dealer uses workshop and/or rental forms the same as, or equivalent to, Salomon forms with currently approved Liability Release Language. G. The dealer maintains proper and complete records for all Salomon bindings mounted and/or adjusted for a period of two years or the statute of limitations of the state or province, whichever is longer.

H. The dealer provides written documentation of the ­technician’s employment and training (e.g., method of training, proof of certification, etc.). I. A copy of the properly completed workshop form or rental form, including a signed release, is submitted. J. A properly completed Post Accident Ski Equipment Inspection Report, the same as or equivalent to the exemplary form displayed in this manual, is submitted. K. Any other helpful information such as a Ski Patrol Incident Report Form is submitted. L. The dealer notifies Salomon in writing within ten days of the date on which the dealer first receives written notice of the claim. M. The dealer cooperates fully in the investigation, litigation and/or settlement of the claim. Salomon may terminate indemnification, with respect to Salomon alpine bindings, upon providing written notice to the dealer.

Legal Claims In the event a Salomon equipment user or anyone acting upon the equipment user’s behalf contacts the Authorized Dealer regarding a potential claim: 1. U  se your best efforts to determine the exact nature and details of the claim. 2. Avoid expressing opinions concerning the claim. You may, to the extent that you have complied with all ­recommended procedures, indicate to the claimant or the claimant’s representative that recommended procedures for service and adjustment of the equipment were followed. 3. Notify your insurance company. Salomon indemnification is not a substitute for liability insurance.

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4. Gather all information and documents required by Salomon listed in the Liability Indemnification section for that specific product and send the documents with a brief description of the incident to: U.S.A. Alpine Legal Claims Department, Salomon U.S.A., 2030 Lincoln Ave., Ogden, UT 84401.

Canada Legal Claims Department Salomon Canada Sports 2700 14th Ave Unit 1-4 Markham, On L3R 0J1

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Binding

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Binding Quick Reference Chart Ti Line High Lateral Transmission Removable Brake

Ski/Binding Interface

Adult / Junior Norms

Micro Simultaneous Automatic Vertical Progressive Pivot SCP (Salomon Control Pedal) (E) Elastic pedal / (S) Stomp pedal

Wing Adj.

Weight 1/2 pair (g)

US Size

Adj. Range

(mm)

lbs

Height (mm)

DIN Scale

Drill Bit Length

3.6 mm diameter (skis with no metal) (Ref. #)

kg

Skier Weight

Drill Bit Selection

4.1 mm diameter (skis with metal) (Ref. #)

80 mm - 123  mm (Ref. #)

70 mm - 116 mm (Ref. #)

56 mm - 99 mm (Ref. #)

Brakes

Jig Selecion (given ski width)

RETAIL À La Carte Models N STH16

102972 R90/R100/R115/R130

9.5

9-16

17.5

> 95

19 2.5 1161 S

S

A

N STH14 Driver

110723

9.5

6-14

17.5

58-130

127-286 19 2.5 1060 S

S

A

N STH14

102975 R90/R100/R115/R130

9.5

6-14

17.5

58-130

127-286 19 2.5 1025

A V

S

A

9.5

4-12

17.5

42-120

92-264 19 2.5 1025

A V

S

A

9.5

3-10

16.5

30-107

66-235 28 3.5 860

A

E

A

9.5

2,5-9

16.5

25-100

55-220 28 3.5 861

A

E

A

9.5

6-14

16.5

58-130

127-286 28 3.5 1050

A V

A

9.5

4-12

16.5

42-120

94-264 28 3.5 1050

A V

A

9.5

4-12

16.5

42-120

92-264 28 3.5 937

A V

A

Ti •

Drill Bit Ref. # 000892

Drill Bit Ref. # 000893

Jig Ref. # 001157

R80/R90/R100/R115 Jig Ref. # 001156

N STH12 Oversized 110601

R90/R100/R115

> 209

N L10

110604

B80

N L9

108044

B80

N Z14

110583

B75/B80

N Z12

110599

B80/B90/B100

N Z12 Ti

110453

B80/B90/B100

N Z11

110602

B80/B90

9.5

3,5-11

16.5

36-115

79-253 28 3.5 970

A V

A

N Z10

110603

B80/B90

9.5

3-10

16.5

30-107

66-235 28 3.5 970

A V

A

N Z10 Ti W

892976

B80/B90

9.5

3-10

16.5

30-107

66-235 28 3.5 857

A V

A

Ti •

8.0

2-7,5

16.5

22-85

55-187 28 3.5 861

A

E A&J

8.0

0,5-4,5

14

10-45max 22-100 44 5.5 561

A

E A&J

8.0

0,5-4,5

22

10-45max 22-100 104 13 681

A

E A&J

B75

9.5

6-14

23

58-130

127-286 100 15 1370

A V

A

Smartrak

B75/B80/B90

9.5

4-12

31.5

42-120

92-264 120 15 1310

A V

A

Smartrak

9.5

3,5-11

16.5

36-115

79-253 120 3.5 1305

A V

A

Smartrak

9.5

3,5-11

16.5

36-115

79-253 120 3.5 1157

A V

A

Smartrak

9.5

3-10

31.5

30-107

66-235 120 15 1305

A V

A

Smartrak

9.5

3-10

31.5

30-107

66-235 120 15 1030

A V

A

Smartrak

Ti •

9.5

3-10

31.5

30-107

66-235 120 15 950

A

E

A

9.5

2,5-9

31.5

25-100

55-220 120 15 950

A

E

A

9.5

3-10

31.5

30-107

66-235 80 10 950

A

E

A

111617 / 111623

B80

001156

N T5

111639 / 111619

NS

784061

111641

NS

247290

N T5 Juniortrack

001157

# 000814

N L7

# 000813

Junior • • Junior Track

110671

B80

J Z11

120026

B75

K Z10

110672 / 110673

B80

K Z10 Ti

102174 / 110677

B80

110674

B80

102192 / 104442

B80

111300

B80

J L10 J L9 J L10 Jr

# 000892

K Z11

# 000893

108772 / 108785

001157

120025

K Z12

001156

K Z14

# 788403

Bindings For Sets

RENTAL Smartrak Rental KR Z12

110605

B80/B90

9.5

4-12

31.5

42-120

92-264 120 15 1310

A V

A

Synchro-Center

KR Z11

110606

B80/B90

9.5

3,5-11

31.5

36-115

79-253 120 15 1305

A V

A

Synchro-Center

KR Z10

110607

B80

9.5

3-10

31.5

30-107

66-235 120 15 1305

A V

A

Synchro-Center

KR Z10 W

110608

B80

9.5

3-10

31.5

30-107

66-235 120 15 1305

A V

A

Synchro-Center

9.5

3-10

31.5

30-107

66-235 122 15 860

A

E

A

Synchro-Center

8.0

2-7,5

31.5

22-85

55-187 122 15 860

A

E A&J Synchro-Center

8.0

0,5-4,5

14

10-45max 22-100 56

572

A

E A&J Synchro-Rental

8.0

0,5-4,5

28

10-45max 22-100 86 11 810

A

E A&J Synchro-Center

Bindings For Sets 000893 000892

FR T5 SR

111622

NS

FR T5 SC

111640

NS

NR Z12 SC

110609

B80/B90/B100/B115

9.5

4-12

31.5

42-120

92-264 122 15 1386

A V

A

Synchro-Center

NR Z10 SC

110610

B80/B90

9.5

3-10

31.5

30-107

66-235 122 15 1370

A V

A

Synchro-Center

NR L10 SC

110612

B80

9.5

3-10

31.5

30-107

66-235 122 15 1100

A

E

A

Synchro-Center

NR L10 SR

110613

B80

9.5

3-10

18

30-107

66-235 80 10 952

A

E

A

Synchro-Rental

NR L9 W SC

107279

B80

9.5

2,5-9

31.5

25-100

55_220 122 15 861

A

E

A

Synchro-Center

NR L7 SC

111812

B80

8.0

2-7,5

31.5

22-85

55-187 122 15 1100

A

E A&J Synchro-Center

NR L7 SR

111618

B80

8.0

2-7,5

18

22-85max 55-187 80 10 958

A

E A&J Synchro-Rental

NR T5 SR

111642

NS

8.0

0,5-4,5

14

10-45max 22-100 56

572

A

E A&J Synchro-Rental

NR T5 SC

111643

NS

8.0

0,5-4,5

28

10-45max 22-100 86 11 810

A

E A&J Synchro-Center

# 000814

B80

# 000813

B80

111813

# 001040

110676

FR L7 SC

# 001003

FR L10 SC

7

# 000892

# 000893

# 001040

# 001003

Adult

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001003

# 000814

# 000813

# 001040

# 001003

Junior

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Binding Retail Binding Systems

Retail systems > 7

Photo: Dan Carr. Skier: Sammy Carlson.

Proper procedures for a Salomon Certified Technician to follow while mounting and adjusting Salomon Retail bindings.

Start out prepared with an efficient working area. Your bench should be the right height, with proper lighting, and with the necessary tools at hand. Familiarize yourself with all procedures before you start: being prepared is the best way to avoid errors and costly mistakes. It is important that all components match those listed on the workshop form. Refer to your workshop form and make sure the bindings are appropriate for the skier. If the bindings have been used, make sure they are in good condition and no parts are missing, broken, or showing signs of wear.

S TEP 1

Preparation

Boot-to-Binding Compatibility Before drilling the ski, be sure the boot you are using is compatible with the binding. Only boots that conform with applicable standards may be used with Salomon bindings. (See Standard Boot Sole Dimensions on page 47 for reference). If a boot sole is warped, worn or improp­erly canted, such that there is more than a 1 mm difference in sole flatness measured across its width, the boot is incompatible. Other Compatibility Problems You May Encounter • Cut-outs in the boot sole that prevent the brake from engaging properly.

Reference Page #

Section Name

18 47

Clean vs. Lubricated Test Standard Boot Sole Dimensions

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• E xcessive ramping or wear of the boot sole at the point where it contacts the binding. Any wear that inhibits binding function is excessive. • Tread, grid pattern or insignia present in the AFD area of the boot sole. This area must be flat over its entire surface. • Non-compatible boot sole composition. Low-grade thermoplastic (T.P.) boots may not be used with Salomon bindings. If you are uncertain as to the quality of the boot sole material, perform the Clean vs. Lubricated Test as described on page 19. Only adult norm boots may be used with adult bindings. Under no circumstances should a junior norm boot ever be used with an adult binding. Salomon bindings that can be used with both junior and adult norm

boot soles are: TZ5, S305, C305, Q300, S300, their mini equivalents, earlier model indemnified equivalents, and their various counter parts. (The added width of an adult norm boot sole somewhat limits the shock absorption capability of these models and they should not be used with a boot sole longer than 304 mm. As a result, it is recommended that an aggressive junior skier with an adult

norm boot sole use a model designed exclusively for adult norm boots.) A Salomon toe or heel may not be mounted with another manufacturer’s toe or heel. Indemnification and warranty are automatically voided for such mixed systems. For Rental specific preparation instructions, please refer to page 22.

Junior Boot To Binding Compatibility Chart Junior Boot Models Falcon 100 Course 90 Course 80 Course 70 Falcon 60 Performa T3 Performa T2 15 Mini Performa T3 Rental Performa T2 Rental

Boot Norms Adult Adult Adult Adult Junior Adult Junior Junior Adult Junior

IMPORTANT: Junior Bindings Only Salomon bindings that can be used with both junior and adult norm boot soles X

are: TZ5, S305, C305, Q300, S300, their mini equivalents,

X X

earlier model indemnified

X

counter parts.

equivalents, and their various

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Binding

Retail Systems > Preparation > 8

Installation Salomon bindings are installed 3 ways. “À la carte” bindings are installed by drilling holes into the surface of the ski with the aid of a Salomon jig. Pilot Systems require no jigs and are simply secured to pre-drilled holes on a premounted Salomon interface. Smartrak Systems can require a combination of these two techniques. Please refer to the specific instructions in this Manual.

Jig Selection & Use A

Legend

SD

F

G

H J K

S TEP 2

A Handle with Self-Centering Clamps S Toe Guide D Tip-of-Boot Sole Indicator F Locking Lever G Mid-Sole Indicator H Boot Size Indicator J Drill Bit Bushing K Self-Centering Guide for Heel of Boot

Ref. #

Jig

RETAIL JIGS 788403 Smartrak 001156

Adult Retail

001157 Wide Adult Retail 78406101 Junior Retail RENTAL JIGS Synchro Center & Synchro 001003 Rental/ Senior Junior Wide Synchro Center & 001040 Synchro Rental/ Senior Junior 24729001 TZ 5 Juniortrak Rental

Jig range

Application

70mm - 116mm Smartrak binding systems only STH 14, STH 12, STH 14 Driver, Z14, Z12 Ti, Z12, Z12++, Z10 FIS 20, Z10 Ti, Z10 Tiw, 710, 610 CP, 56mm - 99mm STH 16, 610, 609 D+, 609 Ti, 609, 608, L 8, L 9; Drill bit length 8 mm: 607, L 7 80mm - 123mm (Same as above) 56mm - 99 mm 305 and 305 Mini, TZ 5 56mm - 99mm

All SC and SR models both Senior & Junior (except TZ 5 Juniortrak)

80mm - 123mm All SC and SR models both Senior & Junior (except TZ 5 Juniortrak) 56mm - 99mm

TZ 5 Juniortrak bindings only

*Contact your customer service representative for additional jigs.

Jig Use (10 Steps) A jig ensures that all holes for binding mounting are drilled in the correct location. The bushings guide the drill bit so that it remains perpendicular to the ski.

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1. Select the proper jig for the binding model to be mounted by referencing the Jig Reference Guide. 2. Check the skis’ serial number to ensure you are mounting a matched pair. Place the skis on the workbench with the ski tips pointed to your left. 3. Open the jig by twisting both handles inward. Place the jig on the ski. 4. Open the locking lever. 5. Extend the jig to accept the boot. 6. Place the toe of the boot sole against the toe guide. Twist the

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rear handle to open the rear clamps and slide the heel guide snugly against the boot heel. Fig. A 7. Close the locking lever. (Compare the mid-sole mark on the boot with the mid-sole indicator on the jig. If the midsole mark on the boot and the mid-sole indicator on the jig do not agree, use the mid-sole mark on the boot. This requires leaving the boot in the jig to position it on the ski.) 8. Position the jig on the ski. Fig. S

a. If the ski has a mid-sole mark, align the mid-sole mark on the boot with the mid-sole mark on the ski. b. If the ski has a tip-of-boot mark, align the tip-of-boot sole indicator on the jig with the tipof-boot mark on the ski. c. If the ski has no visible markings for jig location, consult the ski manu­facturer for proper mounting position. 9. Once the jig is in position, release the handles simultaneously and the jig will center itself on the ski.

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10. Re-check your work. The ski is now ready to be drilled. (Customers may request that specific mounting instructions be followed. This is particularly true for skiers who want to initiate turns more easily. Make a note on the Workshop Form of any of these special instructions.)

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4-Hole Toe / Spheric Oversize 3-Hole Toe / Spheric Sport & Quadrax SC System Demo SR System Rental & Demo 

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Installation > Drilling, Tapping and Glue Drilling, Tapping & Glue Drilling Incorrect

For drilling and tapping Salomon skis, please refer to Drill Bit Selection For Salomon Skis (page 40). For other skis, follow the recommendations of the ski manufacturer. In their absence, Salomon suggests that you use the Salomon Drill Bit Selection Guide (below). When in doubt about the ski’s core composition, select a 3.6 mm diameter bit and drill one hole. If the bit comes in contact with any metal, re-drill with a 4.1 mm bit to ensure proper screw retention. Exceptions: for Equipe T, XW Fury Junior, Jade

Junior, Teneighty Fish, and Teneighty Kitten skis, drill using either a 3,6 mm diameter drill bit (for skis under 140 cm) or a 4,1 mm diameter drill bit for skis greater than or equal to 140 cm. Neither tap nor glue. Use a hand screwdriver only (3 Nm torque) to tighten the screws on the bindings. Drill through the jig’s proper bushings applying moderate downward pressure on the drill. Verify that the counter­sink bevel on the drill bit has properly de-burred the hole. Fig. A After drilling, turn the ski over and hit

Salomon Drill Bit Selection Guide Skis

Diameter 4.1 mm

Junior

(ski with metal)

Ref.

8 mm

000813 1x5 000814 1x5 000893 1x5 000892 1x5

3.6 mm

8 mm

4.1 mm

9.5 mm

(ski with no metal)

Adult

Length

(ski with metal)

3.6 mm

(ski with no metal)

9.5 mm

Aspect

Length Diameter

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the base several times with the palm of your hand to remove any debris from the drilled holes. When mounting thin skis or junior skis with adult bindings you may need to use shorter screws or add washers to the existing screws between the binding and the ski to prevent damaging the ski base. Before drilling any junior ski, check the screw depth by positioning the binding over the mounting area so that the binding screws on one side of the heel track appear alongside the ski sidewall. Fig. S Special Cases When Drilling Junior Skis • Use a 9.5 mm length drill bit when mounting Z10 Ti, Z10 Ti SC, Z10 SC, Z10, Z10 Fis 20, 710, 710 SC, 610, 609, 609 SR, 609 SC, 608, 608 SC, L 7 SC, L 8, L 8 SC bindings. These models use the same screws as the Salomon adult models and should be drilled and tapped accordingly. • As a general rule, the S910 Team is mounted on skis 170 cm or longer and the S608 or C608 on skis

140–170 cm. The S608 or C608 can also be used with skis 120–140 cm. The S305 Grom and C305 Grom are generally used with skis 80-140 cm*. The shorter the ski, the more likely washers will be necessary to avoid dimpling the ski base. • The new Salomon C607 junior accommodates adult norm boot soles and offers a 2 to 7 DIN scale. This new intermediate binding for 5 to 10-year-olds features shorter 6 mm screws for use on junior skis as short as 120 cm. • Whenever junior bindings are mounted on adult skis, an increased possibility exists of binding pull-out due to poor screw reten­tion. The penetration depth of junior screws into the ski core is only 7 mm. If neces­sary, use adult drill bits and screws to penetrate any mounting platform. • The hole must be deep enough to accommodate the screw length you are using or ski damage may result. *EXCEPTION: S305’s and C305’s cannot be mounted on the Crossmax 10 Team or XScream 10 Team models manufactured from 2001 to 2003 inclusively. Both bindings may be mounted on the 2004-2005 models of the Crossmax 10T and Crossmax T, 2006/2007 models of the X Wing T, and 2007/2008 X Wing Fury Junior and Jade Junior.

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Tapping

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Tap all binding mounting holes unless otherwise recommended by the ski manufacturer. Failing to tap when necessary can result in topskin delamination, sidewall delamination, broken screws or damage to the ski core. The tap should be mounted into a brace. Position the brace so the

Glue Glue must be used when inserting binding screws to: • Lubricate the screw during insertion. Place a drop of glue on the surface of each hole. As the screw passes • Create a watertight seal. through the glue it coats itself. • Ensure that the screws will hold while the ski is in use by acting as a Caution: Salomon strongly recomdampener. mends its own glue for Salomon skis.

Mounting A Posidrive No. 3 screwdriver, not a Phillips, is used to mount Salomon bindings. Consult the Salomon Spare Parts Catalog (page 70) for reference on the Salomon screws. They are available through your customer service representative.

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tap goes straight into the drilled hole. Fig. A Apply only enough pressure to the brace to start the tap, as the tap is a self-cutting tool. A ski mounting plate is usually no more than 8 mm below the topskin. Tapping any deeper than 8 mm can strip the hole or break

the tap. Each full turn of the brace cuts the tap approximately 2 mm into the ski. After tapping, turn the ski over and hit the base several times with the palm of your hand to remove shavings from the hole.

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Jig Selection & Use Retail Mounting Rental & Demo Mounting

PARTS (see page 70) Reference # Item Name

000821 Blue Plastic Plugs 000818 Black Plastic Plugs 000819 White Plastic Plugs 000822 Grey Plastic Plugs 000820 Red Plastic Plugs 000823 Orange Plastic Plugs 000870 Green Plastic Plugs 000816 Taps 000817 Tap Brace 000811 Glue 000862 Posidrive Screwdriver B18486 (CAN) Posidrive Bit

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Installation > General Retail Installation General Retail Mounting All Salomon bindings feature the E-Z Mount System with the screws already in place. Position the component over the prepared holes to begin installation (Fig. A). If a power screwdriver is used, adjust the clutch for the appropriate ski core construc-

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tion. Hand check each screw after mounting.

Toe Piece Toe Installation differs for 4-hole toe and 3-hole toe bindings. The former requires a criss-cross screwing pattern while the latter starts with a center mounting hole sliding track beneath the front of the toe.

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4-hole toe Installation Performance/Spheric Oversize A long bit is needed (Posidrive Bit, CAN. only Ref. #B18486, for power drills and Salomon Manual Screwdriver Ref. #000862) to mount the 4-hole pattern toes as the front two screws must be inserted through the binding housing. Fig. S

Use a crisscross screwing pattern and insert each screw until nearly seated. Fig. D Do not tighten until all the screws are in place. The baseplate of the AFD should be flush with the topskin of the ski and each screw should be flush with the baseplate of the toe piece. This procedure applies for all toe pieces with a four-hole pattern.

3-hole toe Installation Z-concept bindings, Spheric Sport and Quadrax For models with a 3-hole pattern, first pull the center mounting hole sliding track out from the binding far enough to insert the screw into the ski. A long bit is needed (Posidrive Bit, CAN. only Ref. #B18486, for power drills and Salomon Manual Screwdriver Ref. #000862) Fig. F

Heel Piece

Tighten the screw until it is firmly seated. Next, slide the toe piece towards the seated center screw until the two rear screws align with their respective holes. Tighten the rear screws until they are firmly seated. The base plate should be flush with the topskin of the ski and the head of each screw should be flush with the baseplate.

Ski Brake Heel Piece Installation Place the heel over the prepared holes and insert the screws using a crisscross screwing pattern. (Do not compress the ski brake before it is mounted on the ski.) Fig. G Do not over tighten.

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Ski Brake Installation Do not compress the ski brake before installing it. Place the two metal tabs on the front of the brake into the slots in the heel base plate Fig. H. Rotate the rear of the brake downwards to start the screw in the track. Tighten screws with a hand screwdriver (4 Nm maximum). Note: The brake can be removed to facilitate ski maintenance. To remove it: turn the center screw counterclockwise and remove the brake.

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Legend

Z12 Ti

Reference Page #

Heel Track Heel Housing Heel Lever Heel Cup

Treadle Brake Pedal Pressure Distributors

Spheric Pedal/ AFD Toe Cup

Toe Height Adjustment  Screw Visual Indicator Housing

Section Name

9 Drilling, Tapping & Glue 14 Binding-to-Boot Adjustments 23 SC System Demo 23 SR System Rental & Demo 32 Maintenance and Repairs

S912 Ti

Adjustment Screw Baseplate Brake Arm

Sliding Center Mounting Hole Lubrication Point*

PARTS (see page 70) Reference # Item Name

000905 Salomon Grease 000862 Posidrive Screwdriver B18486 (CAN) Posidrive Bit

* Use Salomon grease (Ref. #000905) on track.

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Installation > Model-specific Installation Smartrak System

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F

Smartrack Grip & Grip Plus (fixed toe systems): Insert metal band into the recessed slots in the plate. Fig. A

Install the heel unit by lifting the tab located just in front of the heel piece and sliding the heel assembly onto the Smartrak plate. Fig. F

Determine sole length in mm of boot.

Attach the brake in the usual manner.

Identify the letter on the metal band that corresponds to the boot sole length. If the boot sole length is between two numbers, choose the higher number.e.g.: For a boot sole of 320mm, choose setting “334mm D”.

Position the boot against the toe piece and slide the heel forward until it contacts the boot. Make sure the heel piece “clicks” and locks into position on the track.

Screw the center mounting sliding track into the correspondingly lettered hole at the front of the Smartrak plate. Fig. S Finish mounting the three hole toe as usual.

Push the boot into the system and verify the forward pressure.Once the forward pressure is correct, the number on the metal band directly in front of the heel provides a guide to the quick positioning of the second heel.

Smartrak Control, Response, and Prolink (adjustable toe systems): Insert the metal band into the recessed slots in center of plate. Fig. A Determine the sole length of boot to being used. Lift the tab behind the AFD on the toe piece and slide the toe piece from the rear of track to the front until the boot sole length number on the metal band corresponds to, or is slightly greater than, the sole length of the boot being used. For example: a boot sole length of 306mm would require that you chose a setting on the band of 308mm. Make sure the toe piece “clicks” and locks into position on the track. Fig. D

Install the heel piece by lifting the tab located just in front of the heel piece and sliding the heel assembly onto the Smartrak plate until the boot sole length number on the metal band corresponds to, or is slightly greater than, the sole length of the boot being used. For example: a boot sole length of 306mm would require that you chose a setting on band of 308mm. Make sure the heel piece “clicks” and locks into position on the track. Fig. F

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Smartrak System Installation There are two different mounting procedures for the Smartrack interface, based on the system type.

Install the break in the normal manner and proceed with binding to boot adjustments as described on page 14 or page 24.

Smartrak Interface Mounting The Smartrak interface is available for use with flat skis. Position the Smartrak metal jig (ref# 788403) so center mark on

jig aligns with center mark of ski. When installing a Smartrak plate make sure the recessed slots at the front of the interface are positioned towards the tip of ski

Proceed with drilling, taping, and gluing as described on page 9.

Assemble Smartrak binding following instruction as explained above in Smartrak System Installation.

Wide Ski Installation

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Wide Ski Brakes

a b

Wide Ski Jigs are available from Salomon to mount bindings on wide skis. Select the proper jig for the binding to be mounted by referencing the Jig Selection Chart. Reversible pads adapt fat ski jigs to different widths of skis. The pads are changed by pulling them off

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the jig and repositioning them to achieve the desired width. Fig. A The pads are properly positioned when they touch the jig shoulder. • 98-124 mm skis: Thin sides of the reversible pads are positioned to the inside of the ski. Fig. Sa

• 8 0-106 mm skis: Wide sides of the reversible pads are positioned to the inside of the ski. Fig. Sb Refer to the Wide Ski Brakes chart (right). The proper width fat ski brake must be installed for each specific system or indemnification for that system will not apply.

Ski Width (mm) 80 85 90 100 115 130

1999 to Current Bindings (except LAB & STH)* Leasure Performance (Quadrax) Ref. # Ref. # 78574801 78574801 78145901 78574901 78575001 78575101 78575201 78830601

2007 to Current (LAB & STH)* Freeskiing Ref. # 78575501

78575701 78575801 78575901 78855701

*See Spare Parts (page 70) for full details.

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Installation > Model-specific Installation (continued)

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Lightrak Plate

A

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D

F

Mounting and Adjusting Open and set the blade in straight position and place it on the plate with a rotational motion. Fig. A. Identify the length of the boot sole. Mount the toe piece: Identify the letter that corresponds the sole length and screw the toe piece (if you are between two letters, choose the higher one).

Mount the heel piece: Slide the heel piece on the interface from the rear using the manual lock to authorize the gliding. Fig. S.

Step in the boot and check forward pressure, the arrow on the lock must be within the scribed area. Fig. F.

Mount the brake following the usual procedure. Fig. D.

Note: the rear number on the blade is an indication for a quick adjustment of the second ski.

Position the boot in the toe and slide the heel until it touches the boot.

Steeringplate Interface Compatible with quadrax and Z binding. Mounting: according to the boot sole length selected, tighten the screws

on the toe and heel pieces (4Nm torque) in the corresponding position on interface: 253-281mm 273-301mm 293-321mm 313-341mm

333-361mm 353-381mm

6. Move the jig forward of the mid-sole the same distance as measurement A and drill the toe holes. 7. Re-align the jig’s mid-sole mark to the ski’s mid-sole mark. Move the jig backwards from the mid-sole mark the same distance as measurement A and drill the heel holes.

8. Install the bindings. (Verify that screw penetration will not exceed hole depth.)

Mount the brake following the usual procedure.

Jig Use With Extra Large Boot Soles Occasionally a boot sole is too large to fit a jig. In this instance, the following procedure should be used to allow correct mounting of the binding: 1. Open the jig to its fully extended position. 2. Place the boot heel into the jig against the heel guide.

3. Measure the length of the sole that extends over the toe arrow (viewed from the underside) of the jig. 4. Divide this length in half (measurement A). 5. Place the fully extended jig onto the ski with the boot mid-sole mark aligned with the mid-sole mark on the ski.

Competition Bindings > Intended Use Salomon distributes competition bindings to racers and coaches. These bindings are intended to be used by skiers with special reten-

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tion needs. If these bindings are used by recreational skiers, there is a far greater risk of injury due to the use of more powerful springs.

Refer to Requested Settings for instructions for skiers requesting settings not recommended by Salomon.

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Installation > Model-specific Installation (continued) LAB Binding installation Installation of the Z14 LAB, 914 LAB, 916 LAB, 920 LAB bindings WARNING: The 914 LAB, 916 LAB, and 920 LAB are the only bindings that should be installed on the ZZ interface

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Assembly Measure boot sole length in mm and then break the yellow plastic blade spacer (Fig. A) at the appropriate length (the resulting spacer should include the last tab which matches the boot length).

Slide the yellow blade spacer onto the metal blade until it rests against the black base plate. Make sure the metal blade is properly seated in spacer.

Insert the post of the metal blade lock plate between the rear two screws of the toe piece. Press firmly into place. Fig. D

Insert the end of the blade spacer into the recessed area on the bottom of the toe piece base plate. Fig. S

Lifter shims are an option on all LAB models except the Z14 LAB. If required, attach the appropri-

ZZ interface using the screw position number code (1 or 2) found in the ZZ Speed 2 Installation Chart. Fig. F

ward of the end of the stainless steel heel track. Fig. G Tighten the heel screws in a crisscross pattern.

Tighten the toe screws in a crisscross pattern.

Verify that the height suits FIS norm limits (50-55 mm).

Verify that the heel track is positioned correctly. The end of the metal blade should be 3 mm for-

Install the brake.

ate lifter shim, (yellow = 2 mm, black = 1 mm). Do not add more than 5 mm of lifters.

Mounting To begin mounting any LAB binding model onto any interface except the ZZ Speed 2 see the note below then procede to next step. To mount onto the ZZ Speed 2 interface, select a ski with the correct size ZZ interface plate (S, M, or L) for the boot sole length by referring to the ZZ Speed 2 Installation Chart. Align the binding assembly on the

ZZ Speed 2 Installation Boot sole Size Screw Position length Letter 1 2 (mm) Code 265-297 S 265-282 283-297 298-327 M 298-311 312-327 328-343 L (N/A) 328-343

Adjustment Place boot into binding system and adjust the toe as usual. Check the forward pressure: With the boot in the binding (closed posi-

tion), adjust the forward pressure to align the top of the head screw with the back of the heel track. Fig. H

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Note Installing any LAB binding model onto any interface except the ZZ Speed 2 requires a slightly different approach to assembly and mounting. Assembly: the yellow plastic blade spacer has letter codes corresponding to the boot sole length and must be broken at the appropriate tab. Make a note of this letter. The rest of the assembly is the same. Mounting begins by aligning the binding assembly’s center mark (arrow on the yellow blade spacer) to the corresponding letter code on the interface before tightening the toe screws and continuing with the rest of the mounting and adjustment as with current models.

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PARTS (see page 70) Reference # Item Name

000902 001023 001056 887528

Salomon Adjustment Tool Adult Binding Paper Jig Salomon Powder Option Poweraxe Paper Jig

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Binding-to-Boot Adjustments Adjusting Heel Position / Forward Pressure

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All forward pressure adjustments should be verified with the boot in the binding.

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D

Adjustment Tab Models. (All current retail models) Check that the tip of the boot sole is flush against the butt plate of the toe piece (or central roller of applicable models). The forward pressure is correct when the arrow on the adjustment tab lines up within the scribed area at the end of the heel housing Fig. A or when the arrow of the rear of the heel housing lines up within the

scribed area on the adjustment tab. Fig. S 2009/2010 models no longer have embossed arrows on the adjustment tab. The back edge of the tab should be used instead. Fig. D If this adjustment is incorrect, remove the boot from the binding, lift the adjustment tab using a Salomon Adjustment Tool and slide the heel to the desired position. Fig. F Re-insert the boot and check the adjustment.

Micro Metric Heel Adjustment for the STH 16 and 12. With the boot in the binding (closed position), adjust the forward pressure to align the top of the screw head with the back of the heel track. Fig. G

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F

G

Toe Cup Width

G Correct Independent Wing Adjustment Models. The adjustment screws for models with independent wing adjustments are located on each side of the toe piece. Adjust each wing snugly against the boot sole so that the boot is centered over the ski. Fig. G Do not over tighten Fig. H as it forces the boot backward, increasing the forward pressure. When properly adjusted, the

Incorrect toe contacts the boot sole at three points: the butt plate and the low friction inserts in each wing arm. Simultaneous Wing Adjustment Models. (916, S914, S912, S810, S850 Models and their predecessors). The adjustment screw for models with simultaneous wing adjustments is located on the left of the toe piece. Fig. J By turning this screw, both toe wings adjust ­

simultaneously. Adjust the wings snugly against the boot sole. Do not over tighten. The toe cup adjustment is correct when there are three points of contact: the butt plate and the low friction inserts on each wing arm. Automatic Wing Adjustment Models. Spheric Sport and Quadrax model toe wings adjust automatically. The C305 adjusts automatically to ac-

cept either children’s or adult norm boots. (The added width of an adult norm boot sole somewhat limits the shock absorption capability of the C305. It is suggested that aggressive junior skiers with an adult norm boot sole use a model designed exclusively for adult norm boots.)

Toe Height

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All Salomon retail binding models must have a clearance of 0-0.5 mm between the AFD and boot toe. Fig. K Automatic Wing Adjustment Models. Toe height adjusts automatically on all current automatic wing adjustment binding models (Z14 to TZ 5).

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Manual Models. Currently only the 914 binding model features manual toe height adjustment. Raise the toe by turning the adjustment screw, located on top of the toe piece, counterclockwise. Pull the boot back to create a gap between the boot sole and the binding AFD. Adjust the toe height to create a gap of not more than 0.5 mm or until the boot sole just touches the

AFD. You can use a Salomon 0.5 mm toe height adjust­ment card to gauge this clearance. Do not over tighten. (Always re-check the forward pressure adjustment after making any toe cup adjustments.)

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Release Value Selection & Adjustment Determining Skier Type It is the skier’s responsibility to determine Skier Type. Skier Type is not the same as skier ability and the two should not be confused. Skier Type must be indicated on the workshop form or rental form by the skier. The Skier Classification Chart is available in small and large poster size versions from Salomon and should be displayed to assist customers in classifying themselves. What type of skier are you? Determining your SKIER TYPE is your responsibility! Your skier type, height, weight, age and ski boot sole length are used by the shop to determine the visual indicator settings of your ski bindings. Be sure to provide accurate information, as any error may increase your risk of injury. Consult these descriptions to select your classification:

TYPE 1 “Cautious skiing at LOWER visual indicator settings” • Prefer slow to moderate speeds. • Prefer gentle to moderate terrain. • Receive lower than average visual indicator settings. This may increase the risk of inadvertent binding release in order to increase the likelihood of release in a fall. • Type 1 settings apply to “entrylevel skiers uncertain of their classification”. TYPE 2 “Moderate skiing at AVERAGE visual indicator settings” • Prefer a variety of speeds. • Prefer varied terrain. • Type 2 skiers are skiers who do not meet all the descriptions of Type 1 or Type 3 skier types.

If from experience, you have been dissatisfied with visual indicator settings resulting from your selected skier type classification, you may wish to consider: (a) changing your skier type classification; (b) selecting different skier type classifications for toe and heel components; (c) selecting skier Types -1 ("for skiers who desire visual indicator settings lower than settings for a Type 1 skier") or 3+ ("for skiers who desire visual indicator settings higher than settings for a Type 3 skier").

Requested Settings Skiers Requesting Settings Not Recommended by Salomon The 2010/2011 Salomon Adjustment Chart is the only release adjustment chart authorized for use by Salomon dealers during the 2010/2011 season. Salomon recognizes a skier’s right to choose settings outside those recommended as per the current Salomon Adjustment Chart (particularly when the skier’s preferred setting is also within the range of acceptable settings). If the skier requests a setting other than the one derived from the current Salomon Adjustment Chart, the shop may: • Adjust the system to individual requests IF the technician notes on the workshop or rental form the reason the higher or lower setting was requested. The customer must verify the request for the higher or lower settings by signing and dating the form by the noted reason of the setting request. (It is suggested that the shop have the skier sign a release identical to the Release Agreement printed on this page. The release must then be attached to the completed workshop or rental form.) NOTE: Current Salomon workshop and rental forms include a "Requested Settings" option for customer requested settings, which eliminates the need for a separate release in such instances. • Adjust the system to the setting derived from the Salomon Adjustment Chart and instruct the skier on how to change the setting.

Release Agreement I, hereby acknowledge that I have been advised by the

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These descriptions are compatible with ASTM and ISO documents.

TYPE 3 “Aggressive skiing at HIGHER visual indicator settings” • Prefer fast speeds. • Prefer steep terrain. • Receive higher than average visual indicator settings. This may reduce the likelihood of release in a fall in order to decrease the risk of inadvertent binding release.

(rental shop, sales department, etc.) that the setting which I have  ) requested for my bindings (Model  is not the setting recommended by the manufacturer of the bindings for a skier of my height, weight, age and skier type. I understand that as a condition of obtaining this setting on the bindings at the time of their delivery, I must agree to forever release the shop, its employees and agents, the manufacturer, and the distributor from any and all liability for injury or death which results to me or others from the use of these bindings. I acknowledge that there may be increased risk of injury or death to me as a result of my own personal preference for binding setting, particularly in view of the inherent and other risks of the sport of skiing. I hereby waive all claims arising from the use of the bindings and release from all liability the shop, the distributor and the manufacturer, their agents and employees and I further agree to indemnify them from any and all liability or harm or damage of any kind whatsoever which may result from the use of these bindings by myself or anyone I allow to use the bindings. I, the undersigned, have read and understand this liability release agreement, and agree that it is binding upon me, my heirs, guardians, administrators, assigns, and legal representatives.

Skier Signature (or, in the case of a minor, that of the skier’s parent or guardian)

Shop Manager’s Signature

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2010/2011 Salomon Adjustment Chart Torque Range

2010/2011 ADJUSTMENT CHART Initial Toe/Heel Indicator

Skier Weight lb kg

Height ft-in/cm

Skier Code*

<>231251271291311331230 mm 250 mm 270 mm 290 mm 310 mm 330 mm 350 mm 351 mm

5

18

8

29

11

40

14

52

17

64

20

75

23

87

27

102

31

120

41/2 4 31/2 31/2 3

37

141

J

51/2 5 41/2 4 31/2 3

43

165

K

61/2

L

71/2

3/ 4

3/ 4

3/ 4

B

1

3/ 4

3/ 4

C

11/2

11/4

11/4

1

2

13/4

11/2

11/2

1013

3038

1417

3947

1821

4856

2225

D

5766

2630

E

6778

3135

F

7991

3641

G

92107

42- <- 4'10" 48 <- 148 cm

H

31/2 3

108125

49- 4'11"-5'1" 57 149-157 cm

I

126147

58- 5'2"-5'5" 66 158-166 cm

148174

6778

175209

79- 5'11"-6'4" 94 179-194 cm

>210

>95

A

>- 6'5" >- 195 cm

Twist Forward Lean

by Boot Sole Length (mm)

2229

5'6"-5'10" 167-178 cm

REF.

In-use Range

(Newton Meters) Inspection Range

All current model Salomon bindings use the DIN adjustment scale. Release setting numbers on this scale are referred to as “visual indicator settings.” Some older model Salomon bindings were manufactured prior to the establishment of the DIN standard scale and use a different adjustment scale. Refer to previous Shop Practices Manuals to adjust these models. The 2010/2011 Adjustment Chart is the only release adjustment chart authorized for Salomon dealers during the 2010/2011 season. Only those settings recommended by Salomon should be used when determining the appropriate adjustment for each skier’s system. Refer to Skier’s Requesting Settings Not Recommended by Salomon (page 15) for skiers requesting other settings.

3/ 4

11/4

21/2 21/4 2 13/4 11/2 11/2 3 23/4 21/2 21/4 2 13/4 13/4 31/2 3 23/4 21/2 21/4 2 3 23/4 21/2

6

51/2

7

61/2

5

41/2

4

50

194

6

51/2

5

58

229

61/2

6

67

271

78

320

81/2

8

7

N

10

91/2

81/2

8

71/2

O

111/2

10

91/2

9

91

380

11

101/2

105

452

121

520

137

588

M

P

11

12

* Based on "Type 1" Skier

Determining & Adjusting Visual Indicator Settings The following procedure is used for determining visual indicator settings using the 2010/2011 Salomon Adjustment Chart. 1. Find the Skier’s Code. Locate the skier’s weight and height in the first two columns. If the skier’s weight and height are not in the same row, select the Skier’s code that is closest to the top of the chart. 2. The skier’s code is appropriate for Type 1 skiers: • For Type 2 skiers, move down on the chart one row. • For Type 3 skiers, move down on the chart two rows.

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• For Type -1 skiers, move up on the chart one row. • For Type 3+ skiers, move down on the chart three rows. • A skier may select different skier types for toe and heel piece. 3. For skiers age 9 and younger or age 50 and older, move up the chart one row. • For skiers 29 lbs. and under, no further correction is appropriate. • For skiers 38 lbs. and under, Skier Type -1 is inappropriate. 4. Locate the column that represents the skier’s boot sole length (in mm).

5. The box at the intersection of the skier’s boot sole length column and the Skier’s Code row shows the initial visual indicator setting for the skier. If the intersection of the row and column falls in a blank box, move left or right on the same row to the nearest box showing a visual indicator setting. 6. Record the visual indicator settings on the Workshop Form. • If a skier selects different skier types for toe and heel piece, it must be recorded on the workshop or rental form in the order toe/heel (T/H), using a (/) to separate the two types.

Visual Indicator Setting Adjustment Adjust both toes and heels of the system to the visual indicator setting derived from the adjustment chart. Sometimes a technician may experience difficulty determining exactly where the visual indicator should appear in the binding’s visual indicator window. For example, a setting of 51/2 is not precisely marked on the binding. The technician should use those values that are clearly marked on the binding as reference points and set the release adjustment as close as possible to the setting that is recorded on the Workshop Form.

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Retail Systems > Final Checking > 17

Final Checking & Visual Inspection While anyone can mount and adjust a Salomon binding, to receive ­indemnification from Salomon a Salomon Certified Technician must sign or initial the Workshop Form attesting that all systems inspections have been performed. A Final Check is your quality control measure to verify that all required procedures have been properly completed.

Visual Inspection of System Components Common Compatibility Problems The Boot • Inconsistencies with ISO and applicable norms. • Gross irregularities where the boot contacts the binding and the AFD. • Unacceptable low grade thermoplastic construction. • Rubber and/or metal tip protectors • Mold flashings. • Excessive wear.

• Stripped or jammed toe height and cup adjustment screws. • Jammed release adjustment screw. • Other visible wear. • Improperly installed leash or brake. • Irregular heel track function. • Bent or broken baseplate, track or heel.

Test for Elastic Travel & Return

A

S

Lateral Secure the ski. Hit the forefoot area of the boot with an object that will not damage the boot, such as a rubber hammer. Fig. A Use sufficient force to move the boot off-center, but not hard enough to release the system. The boot should move off-center at least 5 mm and return to center within 2 mm of its original position. Vertical Depress the heel lever while pulling forward on the upper cuff of the boot until the boot heel lifts at least 5 mm. Fig. S Release both hands simultaneously. The boot should return to the ski quickly and smoothly. This inspection can be performed either manually or by using a mechanical testing device. If a testing device is used, follow the recommendations of the test device manufacturer for proper procedure. If the system passes these tests, mark “Pass” ( ) on the Workshop Form for “Test for Elastic Travel & Return”. If the system fails, see Troubleshooting.

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The Ski • Mounting screws protruding through the base. • Delaminated sidewall. This can be detected visually or by running your fingers along the sides of the ski. • Binding baseplates not flush with ski surface. The Ski Brake • Improper brake arm length. • Improper installation. • Broken entry pedals. • Bent or broken brake arms.

• Delaminated topskin. • Pre-drilled holes. As a general rule, bindings should not be installed on skis that have previously been drilled for three or more sets of bindings.

• Strength of ski brake. A brake must not compress totally when the ski is set on a flat surface. • Other visible wear.

Visual Inspection of the Complete System Place the boot in the binding and check the accuracy of: • Toe height adjustment • Forward pressure adjustment. (if applicable). • Visual indicator settings. • Toe cup width adjustment • Symmetrical mounting of bind(if applicable). ings to ski center line (1 mm). • Central roller adjustment This should be in the same loca(if applicable). tion on both skis.

Test for Boot/Binding Compatibility Check the boot/binding combination to ensure all components are compatible. Unless a binding is specifically designed for use with both junior and adult norm boot soles, adult and junior systems cannot be combined, e.g., junior boots with adult bindings or vice versa. If the system passes this test, mark “Pass” ( ) on the Workshop Form for “Test of BootBinding Compatibility.”

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The Binding Components • Stripped, loose or missing screws. • Condition of the AFD (ripped, loose, imbedded dirt, boot sole pattern, tread imprint, etc.). • Condition of anti-friction inserts (where applicable). • Missing or unreadable visual indicators and missing windows. • Bent or broken baseplate, principal axis or housing.

• Debris lodged in the sole. • Warped or improperly canted boot sole. • Cut-outs in the sole that impede proper brake function. (If you are uncertain of boot compatibility, perform the Clean vs. Lubricated Test. Boots that fail this test or violate any of the above points should not be used with any Salomon binding.)

If you are not sure that the boot complies with standards or if you are not sure that the system components are compatible, see Troubleshooting.

Reference Page #

Section Name

47

Standard Boot Sole Dimensions Troubleshooting Salomon Workshop Form

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Retail Systems > Testing > 18

Mechanical Inspection It is a requirement* for Salomon indemnification that all ski/binding/boot systems be verified using a force or torque measuring device.** A previously damaged binding component or boot may break during the added stress of mechanical testing. Consumers should be advised of this possibility prior to any mechanical testing of their equipment.

Twist Test & Forward Lean Tests > Release Value Within Specified Range Twist Test (Toe)

3 Maximum Release Values 45, 40, 50 60, 50, 50 30, 40, 45 55, 65, 60

Exercise the toe by releas­ing it once in each direction. Measure and record the test result for both clockwise and counterclockwise directions Fig. A with a force or torquemeasuring device. The test result is the middle quantitative value of three measured release values. If the first

Middle Quantitative Value (Test Result) 45 50 40 60

Sample Systems Inspection Ranges Based on Skier Code "L"

x

43 50

REF

58

x

78

67

IN-USE RANGE

Examples of Middle Quantitative Values

INSPECTION RANGE

A

two measured values are the same, there is no need to take a third measurement. See Examples of Middle Quantitative Values (above)

as determined from the Salomon Adjustment Chart. See Sample Systems Inspection Ranges (above).

The toe passes this inspection if the test results in both directions fall within the “Inspection Range”

If your test results for clock­wise and counterclockwise release appear to be at opposite extremes of the

inspection range, you may have an installation error or an incompatible boot. This is known as asymmetric release. Troubleshoot the system and re-test after the problem has been corrected.

Forward Lean Test (Heel) Exercise the heel by releasing it once. Measure and record the test result using a force or torque measuring device. Fig. S The test result should be within the “Inspection Range.” If both twist and forward lean results fall

within the appropriate inspection range, mark “Pass” ( ) on the Workshop Form for “Release Value Within Specified Range.”

S TEP 6

S

Reference

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sary to record any of the test results on the Workshop Form. It is only necessary to record whether the system passed or failed each inspection and the final visual indicator settings. Any system component that repeatedly fails any inspection should not remain in use. When the technician is satisfied that all required procedures have been completed according

Section Name

16

2010/2011 Salomon Adjustment Chart Troubleshooting Salomon Workshop Form

19 21

Results Not Within the Specified Range If the Twist Test or Forward Lean Test results are not within the “Inspection Range” but are within the greater “In-Use Range,” the visual indicator of the component affecting the test result should be readjusted to bring the test result within the “Inspection Range.” If the test result is outside the “In-Use Range,” refer to Troubleshooting. It is not neces-

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NOTE to Salomon’s recommendations in this manual, he or she must sign the Workshop Form. (The signing technician must be currently certified by Salomon.)

*U.S. Dealers only; recommended for Canadian Dealers. **For Salomon indemnification to apply, the shop must follow the test device manufacturer’s requirements for: • Proper use. • Valid calibration. • Calibration check at recommended intervals. • Consistent results between technicians operating this device.

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Retail Systems > Testing > 19

Mechanical Inspection > Troubleshooting Boot/Binding systems wear with time. This is expected. Normal wear and/or fatigue of a system can be expected. If a system inspection indicates a system is not functioning as intended, the cause of the problem must be identified and corrective action should be taken.

Troubleshooting The first step is to re-examine each component of the ski/binding/boot system individually. If a problem is found, e.g., stripped toe height screw, out-of-standard boot sole, improperly mounted binding, missing AFD, etc., proper Binding-toBoot Adjustments cannot be made. No further work can be performed on the system. Mark “Fail” ( ) on this section of the Workshop Form.* On used bindings, inspect all boot to binding points of contact for excessive wear. If the system failed the Test for Elastic Travel & Return, check that all boot/binding interfaces are clean, smooth and clear of debris. If the boot is dirty, clean it with a solution of mild dish washing soap and water. If the binding is dirty, clean it according to the procedures described in Maintenance and Repair. Check that the boot enters the binding correctly. Make

sure the boot is properly positioned in the toe and heel cups. Check the visual indicator settings. They should not exceed the minimum or maximum setting and should be set appropriately for the skier. Re-test the system for Elastic Travel & Return. If the system fails this test, mark "Fail" ( ) on this section of the Workshop Form.* If the system failed the Test For Boot/Binding Compatibility, mark "Fail" ( ) on this section of the Workshop Form.* If you are not sure that the boot complies with the mandatory standards, or if you are not sure that the boot/binding system components are compatible, do a Clean vs. Lubricated Test. To perform a Clean vs. Lubricated Test, all adjustments to the system, e.g., visual indicator settings, forward pressure adjustments, etc., must be the same as when the system was previously tested. Lubricate the boot with a

mild dish washing soap wherever it contacts the binding and wipe off any excess lubricant. Perform the Twist Test and Forward Lean Test as done previously and record your results. Next, compare the results of the lubricated test with those of the previously performed non-lubricated clean test. Plot the results on the Compatibility Tables. If the results don’t fall within the shaded “Pass” window on the table, the BOOT is incompatible with the binding and should not be used. Mark “Fail” ( ) on the Workshop Form.* If no problems have been found with the system and the Release Value Within Specified Range cannot be obtained, further tests must be undertaken. First, switch testers to check operator accuracy. Next, check the accuracy of the testing device per the device manufacturer’s recommendations. Re-test the system. If the system releases

* The customer should be informed of, and authorize, action needed to correct the problem. Please refer to the Technical Reference section for warranty information on binding components covered under warranty.

outside the “In-Use Range,” mark “Fail” ( ) on this section of the Workshop Form.* If the customer refuses to have work done that is necessary to bring the system within standards, or requests work that violates the recommendations of this manual, the ­technician should check the box next to the statement ­indicating out-of-standard components on the Workshop Form. A note should be made in the Comment section of the form describing the problem and the skier should be warned that continued use of the system is inadvisable. The shop will not be indemnified for work done on that system.

Reference Page #

Section Name

17

Test For Elastic Travel and Return Test For Boot/Binding Compatibility Salomon Workshop Form Salomon Retail Binding Limited Warranty

17 21 85

Compatibility Tables: Clean vs. Lubricated Tests Twist Test

Forward Lean Test 400

90

360

80

320

Fail

70

Pass

60

240

Pass

200

Lubricated Test

40 30

Forward Lean (Nm)

Twist (Nm)

Lubricated Test

50

Fail

20 10 0 0

10

20

Twist (Nm)

30

Clean Test

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Fail

280

S TEP 6

100

40

50

60

70

80

90 100

160 120

Fail

80 40 0 0

40

80 120 160 200 240 280 320 360 400

Forward Lean (Nm)

Clean Test

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Retail Systems > Record Keeping > 20

Skier Instruction, Warning & Record Keeping Skier Instruction & Warning When the Certified Technician signs or initials the Workshop Form, the technician attests that all procedures have been completed. It is not necessary for the technician to personally provide the skier with instructions as long as the shop does. To help reduce your shop’s liability risk and to receive indemnification from Salomon, take the following steps whenever a skier picks up their equipment. (If the individual picking up the equipment is not the intended user, treat that individual as though they were the intended user. In the case of minor skiers, follow these steps in the presence of both the minor skier and a parent or legal guardian.)

recorded on the Workshop Form and have the customer verify that the settings recorded on the form agree with the settings appearing in the visual indicator window of the binding. (It is not necessary to explain how these numbers are derived.) Although skiers may work on their own system, suggest that if a problem develops, the system should be taken to a Salomon Authorized Binding Dealer.

Explanation of Entry/Exit/Re-entry The proper use of the system (entry, exit and re-entry) must be explained using the skier’s own system as an example.

Skier Signature on the Workshop Form The skier must read and understand the conditions specified in the Liability Release Agreement. Point out that the skier is signing a release of liability and that included in the release is a specific warning that the binding will not release under all circumstances nor is it possible to predict every situation in which it

Explanation of Parts and Release Adjustments Show the skier where the visual indicator adjustment caps/screws are located. Point out the bindingto-boot adjustments. Indicate where the visual indicator settings are

Receipt of In-Box Instructions When a skier purchases a new binding, it is required that they also receive the in-box pamphlet included in each binding box. The pamphlet should be reviewed with the skier so that it is fully understood.

will release, and it is, therefore, no guarantee of the skier’s safety. The Skier must then sign the Workshop Form, indicating the skier: • Has been instructed in the proper use of the equipment. • Has received the in-box pamphlet (new bindings only). • Has verified that the visual indicator settings correspond to the recorded settings on the Workshop Form. • Has read and understands the specific information on the Workshop Form that releases the shop, manufacturer and distributor from liability. • Understands that skiing involves inherent risks and that injuries are a common and ordinary occurrence of the sport. • Understands that included in the Liability Release Agreement is the specific warning that the binding will not release at all times or under all circumstances where release may prevent injury or death, nor is it possible to predict every situation in which it will release, and it is, therefore, no guarantee of their safety.

• Understands that the bindings should be maintained as per suggestions in Maintenance Guidelines prior to the beginning of each season and every 30 skier days per year. The person who signs the Workshop Form should be the intended user of the equipment. In the case of a minor skier, the signature on the form must be that of the skier’s parent or legal guardian. If someone other than the skier or the skier’s parent or guardian picks up the equipment, this person should be treated as though he or she were the skier and, therefore, must sign the Workshop Form. A note must be placed on the Workshop Form that the “agent” must transmit the information to the intended user. If a skier refuses to sign the Workshop Form, Salomon will not provide indemnification and the shop should consider refusing to provide service to the skier. Receipt of Workshop Form The skier must be given a copy of the Workshop Form that includes a signed copy of the Liability Release Agreement.

Retail Record Keeping

S TEP 7

A Salomon authorized shop is required to keep accurate records of work performed. Aside from the legal reasons, accurate records provide a permanent history of the customers you have serviced over the years. Workshop records must be kept for five years or for the statute of limitations of the state or province, whichever period is longer. The following is a list of information* that must be recorded every time a Salomon binding is mounted and/or adjusted. It is not necessary to use a Salomon Workshop Form, but any form that the shop uses should include all the information listed below.* 1. *Date of transaction. 2. *Name and address of the skier. 3. *Skier’s height, weight, age and skier type. 4. *Skis (brand, model and serial number). 5. *Boot (brand, model and sole length). 6. *Binding (brand and model).

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7. *Skier’s Code. 8. *System inspection results ("Pass" or "Fail" for all functional tests must be indicated). 9. *Visual indicator settings. 10. *Salomon Certified Technician’s initials or signature attesting that all functional tests and instructional procedures have been completed. 11. *Liability Release Agreement which is either the same as/ or substantial equivalent of the Salomon form. 12. *Skier signature (or that of the skier’s agent or, in the case of a minor, that of the skier’s parent or guardian) attesting that the skier: a. Has been instructed in the proper use of the equipment. b. Has received the in-box pamphlet (new bindings only). c. Has verified that the visual indicator settings correspond to the recorded visual indicator settings.

d. Has read and understands the Liability Release Agreement on the Workshop Form. e. Understands that there are inherent and other risks in the sport of snow skiing and agrees to assume those risks. f. Understands that included in the Liability Release Agreement is the specific warning that the binding will not release under all circumstances where release may prevent injury or death, nor is it possible to predict every situation in which it will release, and it is, therefore, no guarantee of their safety. g. Understands that bindings should be maintained as per suggestions in Maintenance Guidelines. 13. Notes on the boot sole’s material, shape and/or condition should be made when necessary.

14. If the visual indicator settings vary from the recommended setting, note the reason for this. Attach a signed release to the Workshop Form. NOTE: Current Salomon workshop and rental forms include a "Requested Settings" option for customer requested settings, which eliminates the need for a separate release in such instances. 15. Refusal to serve statement. This statement should be written so as to absolve the ski shop from any liability when the customer refuses to have work performed as per guidelines of Salomon and the shop

Note * Without this information, indemnification will not apply.

Reference Page #

Section Name

21 21

Salomon Workshop Form Liability Release Agreement Maintenance Guidelines

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8410009333 ©2005, Moore Wallace All rights reserved. - 0207

Skier Instruction, Warning & Record Keeping (Shaded areas for shop use only)

Salomon Workshop Form* Taken By:

Date Due:

Date:

Last

Name:

First

LIABILITY RELEASE AGREEMENT

M.I.

I understand that the binding system cannot guarantee the user’s safety. In downhill skiing, and skiboarding with skiboards equipped with release bindings, this binding system will not release at all times or under all circumstances where release may prevent injury or death, nor is it possible to predict every situation in which it will release. In snowboarding, cross-country skiing, skiboarding with skiboards equipped with non-release bindings, snowshoeing and other sports utilizing equipment with non-release bindings, the binding system will not ordinarily release during use; these bindings are not designed to release as a result of forces generated during ordinary operation.

Street City State

Zip

Phone # Your Weight

Your lbs. Height

ft.

in.

Age

Downhill Skiing

Snowboard Indicate Skier Type: Stance: Goofy Regular L ° R ° Acknowledgement of Personal Information, Equipment Instructions & Liability Release Agreement I have accurately represented the above listed information and it is true and correct. I will not use any of my equipment until I have received instruction on its use and I fully understand its use and function [including receipt of accompanying manufacturer’s instruction pamphlet[s] for new equipment]. I agree to verify that the visual indicator settings to be recorded on this form for downhill ski equipment, and skiboards equipped with release bindings, agree with the number appearing in the visual indicator windows of the equipment to be listed on this form. I agree to read and execute the LIABILITY RELEASE AGREEMENT on the back of this form.

I understand that the sports of skiing, snowboarding, skiboarding, snowshoeing and other sports (collectively "RECREATIONAL SNOW SPORTS") involve inherent and other risks of INJURY and DEATH. I voluntarily agree to expressly assume all risks of injury or death that may result from these RECREATIONAL SNOW SPORTS, or which relate in any way to the use of this equipment. I understand that a helmet designed for RECREATIONAL SNOW SPORTS use will help reduce the risk of some types of injuries to the user at slower speeds. I recognize that serious injury or death can result from both low and high energy impacts, even when a helmet is worn. I AGREE TO RELEASE AND HOLD HARMLESS the facility servicing this equipment, its employees, owners, affiliates, agents, officers, directors, and the equipment manufacturers and distributors and their successors in interest (collectively "PROVIDERS"), from all liability for injury, death, property loss and damage which results from the equipment user’s participation in the RECREATIONAL SNOW SPORTS for which the equipment is provided, or which is related in any way to the use of this equipment, including all liability which results from the NEGLIGENCE of PROVIDERS, or any other person or cause.

Equipment User’s Signature: Parent/Guardian Signature (if not adult user):

SKIS/SNOWBOARD/SKIBOARD Serial No: BOOTS Model: BINDINGS Brand: POLES Brand: Other:

Model

.

$

I further agree to defend and indemnify PROVIDERS for any loss or damage, including any that results from claims or lawsuits for personal injury, death, and property loss and damage related in any way to the use of this equipment.

Sole Length (cm): Model:

This agreement is governed by the applicable law of this state or province. If any provision of this agreement is determined to be unenforceable, all other provisions shall be given full force and effect.

Length: EQUIPMENT TOTAL

.

$

Work Requested

I, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS LIABILITY RELEASE AGREEMENT. FWD PRESSURE DIN SETTING TOE HEIGHT SCREW TENSION WAXED / EDGED TECH INITIAL:

Equipment Labor Sub-Total Tax TOTAL

RELEASE BINDING SYSTEM INSPECTION

User’s Signature: Date: .

$

Parent/Guardian/Agent: I verify that I am the parent, guardian or agent of the equipment user; I have the authority to enter into this agreement on behalf of the equipment user; and I agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of this agreement.

Skier’s Code

Visual Indicator Settings

R Toe L Toe

R Toe

L Heel

R Heel L Heel

R Heel

Comments: Technician’s Signature:

Parent/Guardian/ Agent’s Signature: Date:

Requested Settings

L Toe

Note *U.S. form shown.

Reference Name

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PASS FAIL N/A Binding-to-Boot Adjustment ( ) ( ) ( ) Test for Elastic Travel & Return ( ) ( ) ( ) Test of Boot-Binding Compatibility ( ) ( ) ( ) Release Value Within Specified Range ( ) ( ) ( ) Due to system components that are out of standard or otherwise unsuitable, the work cannot be performed. (See COMMENTS below)

Page #

Section Name

20

Skier Instruction & Warning

PARTS (see page 70) Reference # Item Name

B1WSFM (U.S. only) Workshop Form B10008 (Can. Bilingual) Workshop Form

Name

Name

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Rental & DEMO Binding Systems Photo: Dan Carr. Skier: Sammy Carlson.

Proper procedures for a Salomon Certified Technician to follow while mounting and  adjusting Salomon Rental and Demo bindings.

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Preparation For general Preparation Instructions, please refer to page 7. All rental skis must have an Identification Number and a method to record maintenance and testing information (e.g., Salomon sample Ski/Binding Maintenance Record and Boot Maintenance Record).

Boot-to-Binding Compatibility Bindings are designed to be used with specific norm boot soles, i.e., junior norm boot soles with junior bindings and adult norm boot soles with adult bindings. Under no circumstances should a junior boot be used with

an adult binding. The C305 and S305 are designed for use with junior norm boot soles and smaller adult norm boot soles.

Jig Selection

See page 24 for Synchro preset requirements. Contact your

Reference PARTS (see page 70) Reference # Item Name

001156 Adult Retail Jig 001003 Rental Jig 001040 Rental Jig Wide Skis 78313301 Extralight Jig

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Page #

Section Name

7

Boot-to-Binding Compatibility Jig Selection & Use Drilling, Tapping & Glue Rental Visual & Mechanical Inspections Maintenance Records

8 9 25 28

Models

Din Scale

Z12 SC 710 SC 609 SC 609 SR 608 SC 711 SC L 8 SC L 7 SC 607 SR L 7 SR 305 SC 305 SR TZ 5 SR TZ 5 SC TZ 5 Juniortrak

4 to 12 3 to 10 2.5 to 9 2.5 to 9 2 to 7.5 3.5 to 11 2.5 to 8 2 to 7.5 2 to 7 2 to 7.5 0.75 to 4.5 0.75 to 4.5 0.5 to 4.5 0.5 to 4.5 0.5 to 4.5 24729001

Wide skis 80 - 123 mm

Jig Ref. #

Jig Ref. # 001040

See Jig Selection & Use on page 8 for more information.

Rental Jig Selection Chart Ski width 56 - 99 mm

customer service representative for additional jigs to mount older models of Salomon rental bindings.

Jig Ref. # 001003

Two jigs are needed to mount current model Salomon rental bindings. The jigs can be used for both Synchro and non Synchro Systems. Please refer to the Rental Jig Selection Chart (right) for the reference numbers.

Boot Sole Range (mm) 260 - 382 260 - 382 260 - 382 230 - 308 260 - 382 260 - 382 260 - 382 260 - 382 230 - 308 230 - 308 216 - 304 190 - 246 190 - 246 216 - 304 200 - 308

Synchro Pre-Sets Required (Toe height & Toe wings) •

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Rental & Demo > Preparation 23

Installation There are two basic types of Synchro System bindings: SC and SR. While both have a moveable heel piece, only the SC (Synchro Center) models have a moveable toe, allowing both the toe and heel piece to be adjusted to “center” the boot.

Legend

S912 Light

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To set up the Synchro Systems, you will need: Salomon rental bindings with Synchro Heel Guides and the parts listed below

C608 SR

PARTS (see page 70) Reference # Item Name

Adult Retail Jig Rental Jig Wide Sizes Rental Sticker Salomon Boot Sole Measuring Device 000902 Rental Adjustment Tool

Heel Track Adjustment Loop Adjustment Screw

001156 001003 001191 001189

Visual Indicator Heel Lever Heel Cup Brake Pedal

Adjustment Range Indicators Spheric Pedal/ AFD

Toe Cup Toe Height Adjustment Screw Visual Indicator

Adjustment Screw Toe Length Adjustment Screw

Brake Arm Heel Housing Baseplate Lubrication Point*

* Use Salomon grease (Ref. #000905) on track.

Salomon Synchro System

A

S

Color-coded adjustment range indicators 2004/2005 and later Synchro Center Systems use color-coded adjustment range indicators. Simply read the boot sole length in mm’s (stamped on the side of the boot sole) and move the toe to the corresponding mm length range position Fig. G. Each range is individually color coded.

D

F

Then move the heel to the correct color coded mm length mark shown on the heel track cover Fig. H. Color coding makes it easier to read. For example: when the toe is positioned in the yellow (296 – 307 mm) range, look for the matching yellow rectangles (296 mm, 304 mm, 307 mm) on the heel track cover.

SR Models (non-moveable toe) are mounted using the Retail procedures. Non-Synchro System Follow Synchro System procedures, omitting measurement of boots and affixing Synchro Stickers. SC Models (moveable toe) are mounted using the procedures described below. First, set the jig to the proper position. It is imperative that the jig be set correctly and all bindings be mounted at the correct position. For consistent mounting, drill the jig and pin it in the correct position.

 ext, place the jig properly on the N ski, drill the ski and remove any shavings. Place a drop of glue onto the drilled holes. On SC (move­able toe) model bindings, mount the toe plate securely with the four screws provided Fig. A. Move the adjustment lever on the front of the toe to the left and con­tinue to slide the toe onto the plate Fig. S.

G

Lines on the heel track

H

300 to 303 mm

Heel piece position for a boot sole length of 302 mm (white triangle on the heel housing)

Slide the central plate onto the toe piece, Fig. D then position the heel over the central plate and holes, Fig. F and tighten using a crisscross pattern. Toe piece position for a boot sole length of 302 mm

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Binding-to-Boot AdJustments Adjusting Toe Position

A

Synchro Center Models. Move the button on the front of the toe to the left, and slide the toe to the Synchro position indicated. Ensure

Toe Height the toe locks firmly in place. For S850 and other non-current SC models, push the toe back, depress the button on the left side of the toe, and slide the toe into position. Fig. A The toe locks into place automatically. The adjust­ ment is correct when the mid-sole mark on the ski is aligned with the mid-sole mark on the boot.

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Heel Position / Forward Pressure

S

Finger Adjustment Models. Lift the adjustment loop at the back of the heel and slide the heel forward to the Synchro position indicated or until the binding heel cup contacts the boot heel. Fig. S Release the loop, push the

D

boot down and check the forward pressure indicator. The silver tab should be visible in the housing window. Fig. D (It is not necessary to put the boot in the binding for Synchro applications.)

Automatic Models. Sport/Quadrax toes have automatic toe height ­adjustment. Micrometric Models. Raise the toe by turning the adjustment screw, located on top of the toe piece counterclockwise. Pull the boot back and continue to

turn the adjustment screw counterclockwise until you see light between the boot sole and the binding AFD. Turn the screw clockwise until the gap is no more than 0.5 mm or preset for Synchro systems using a preset toe height.*

Toe Cup Width Automatic Wing Adjustment Models. Same as retail counterparts (see page 14). Independent Wing Adjustment Models. Same as retail counterparts (see page 14) or preset for Synchro systems using a preset toe width.*

Reference Page #

Section Name

15

Release Value Selection & Adjustment Pre-Season Inspections

25

Simultaneous Wing Adjustment Models. Same as retail counterparts (see page 14) or preset for Synchro systems using a preset toe width.*

Note * Synchro Presets. Micrometric toe heights, independent and simultaneous wing adjustments can be preset using a Standard Norm Boot Sole (page 47) for Synchro applications. A dab of silicone caulk can then be put into the slot of the adjustment screws to prevent tampering.

Junior TZ 5 SC Installation

A

S

G

H

The TZ 5 SC comes with an interface plate which must first be installed on the ski before sliding the toe and heel pieces onto its tracks. Mounting the TZ 5 SC interface plate requires a new jig (ref. #24729001) though the procedure should otherwise be familiar.

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Center the jig on the ski and drill as usual (refer to Jig Use as well as Drilling Tapping & Glue on pages 8 and 9). Mount the TZ 5 SC interface on the ski using the screws provided. Check the manual lock of the toe piece is totally opened (Fig. A)

D

and remove the brake lock from the brake. Slide the toe piece onto the front of the interface until it corresponds with or is just above your boot sole length (Fig. S). Make sure the toe unit clicks into place. Close the manual lock (Fig. D).

F

Slide the heel piece onto the back of the heel track while holding up the manual lock (Fig. F) until it corresponds with or is just above your boot sole length (Fig. G). Make sure the heel unit clicks into place. Caution: check again that the manual lock of the toe piece is closed (Fig. H).

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Release Value Selection & Adjustment 2010/2011 Salomon Adjustment Chart All current Salomon rental bindings must be adjusted according to the 2010/2011 Salomon Adjustment Chart. This is the only release adjustment chart authorized for Salomon bindings during the 2010/2011 season. For a detailed description of the charts and procedures recommended by Salomon, please refer to pages 15 & 16 of this Manual.

Rental Visual & Mechanical Inspection The mechanical inspections discussed in this section are required of U.S. dealers and are strongly recommended for Canadian dealers, both in the interest of consumer protection and as a sound risk-management strategy. Maintenance records must be kept for all bindings and boots in inventory for both pre-season and in-season inspections. Only Pass/Fail results should be recorded. If bindings are switched from one pair of skis to another, this should be noted on the records. To receive indemnification from Salomon, maintenance records must be kept on file for five years or the statute of limitations in your state or province, whichever is longer.

Rental Inspection Summary Since it is impractical to perform a full inspection each time a system is rented, a routine of preseason and inseason inspections has been

dure to identify and correct the deviation or malfunction. If this procedure does not correct the problem, the binding is removed from inventory. All rental boots, new and used, are visually inspected for damage, wear, contamination, broken or missing parts, or inferior materials

at contact points with the binding. In addition, one boot per “cell” is tested for boots that are new to the rental inventory. A cell is all boots of the same make, model, age, and shell size. A random selection of 5% of all boots, previously accepted into inventory, is also tested. Tests

are performed with a test device and a pair of specially selected reference bindings. If a boot fails, all boots from that cell are then tested. Boots that fail and cannot be repaired are removed from inventory.

that is available for rental and equipment that has just been rented. The equipment in the “as rented” category is from real skiers in the condition in which it is either dispatched or returned, while the “available for rental” equipment may be set up for fictitious skiers. Only single skis, not pairs, are

tested, and testing at the toe is only required in one direction. A count is maintained of test results that exceed allowable limits. The magnitude and frequency of these deviations determines the frequency of future inspections. Shops that fail an inspection must sample daily until the source of

the problem is found and corrected. Then, as inspection results improve, the frequency of sampling and inspection is relaxed.

Directions of Release: Unless otherwise specified (see Inseason Inspection), the directions of release to be tested are forward lean and clockwise and counter clockwise in twist.

Test Device: A device that meets ISO standard 11110 [or ASTM standard F1061] and has been checked and maintained in the manner specified by the device manufacturer.

Test Result or Release Torque: The middle quantitative value of three tests made in the same direction.

Pre-Season Inspection Preseason inspections are performed on components of the release system: bindings and boots. All rental bindings, new and used, are visually inspected, and then tested using specially selected Reference Boots. Bindings that fail go through a troubleshooting proce-

Inseason Inspection Inseason inspections are performed on complete rental systems to ensure that the equipment is adjusted appropriately and continues to function correctly. Typically 5% of the rental inventory is tested during each two weeks sampling period. The random sample is equally divided between equipment

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equivalent to that provided retail shop customers under current ISO [and ASTM] standards.

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procedures by the rental shop staff. Fully implemented, the procedures that follow provide rental shop customers a standard of care

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developed to verify release indicator accuracy, confirm correct equipment function, and assure proper assembly and adjustment

Important Terms Correction Factor: The value that must be added or subtracted from the initial visual indicator setting to bring the test result within the Inspection Tolerance (or Inspection Range).

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Rental Visual & Mechanical Inspection > (continued) Inspection Procedures Preseason Inspection

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Reference Boot Selection The Reference Boot is a boot of a designated sole length that is otherwise typical of the boot inventory. Use the procedure below if the boot inventory includes several models and a representative boot cannot be easily identified. 1. Select five single boots with sole lengths as specified in Table A for the binding type to be tested: adult, junior, or child. 2. Clean all five boots with a mild detergent and water. 3. Adjust a rental binding to the release indicator setting specified in Table A for the binding type. 4. Fit the binding to the boots and determine the Release Torque in all three directions of release (forward lean and both directions in twist). 5. Average the Release Torque for CW and CCW twist release. 6. Reject and replace any boot with a CW to CCW difference of more than 6 Nm for adult boots or 4 Nm when testing child boot types. 7. Rank the five twist results and select as the Reference Boot for twist, the middle boot. 8. Rank the five forward lean results and select as the Reference Boot for forward lean, the middle boot. Preseason Binding Inspection The procedure that follows is an integral part of preseason maintenance. It is also a good way to determine if maintenance is adequate and which units have outlived their usefulness and must be removed from inventory. 1. Clean areas of the bindings that contact the boot and perform all preseason binding maintenance.

Reference Page #

Section Name

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Final Checking Test for Elastic Travel & Return Release Value Within Specified Range Troubleshooting Standard Boot Sole Dimensions

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2. Visually or manually check: • AFD condition. • Brakes function. • Release indicator readability and travel. • Screw tightness. • [other product specific inspections if required] 3. Fit each binding to the Reference Boot and adjust the release indicators to the value in Table A. 4. Check that the heel track and toe track code (if any) agree with the sole length code (if any) of the Reference Boot. 5. With the Reference Boot in the binding, verify elastic travel of the toe piece by striking the boot toe with a mallet or dead hammer and checking that the toe piece returns the boot quickly and completely to center. 6. Verify elastic travel of the heel piece by lifting the boot while depressing the heel piece cocking lever and checking that the heel piece returns the boot quickly and completely to the latched position. [other product specific procedures if required] 7. Manually release the binding 3 times in each direction. 8. Lubricate all boot/binding interfaces with a mild liquid detergent and water solution. 9. With the Ski Binding Test Device determine the Release Torque for each direction of release (forward lean and both directions in twist). 10. Record “PASS” in the binding’s maintenance record if Test Results are within the Inspection Ranges provided in Table A.

11. Set the ski aside if the Test Result in any directions of release is outside the Inspection Range in Table A. 12. Follow Troubleshooting Procedure from the binding manufacturer’s tech manual for units that have been set aside and retest if changes in the unit’s condition or adjustment are made. 13. Record “FAIL” in the binding’s maintenance record if, after troubleshooting, test results in any direction of release are outside the In-Use Range. Replace the “failed” unit and retest before returning the ski to service. 14. If after troubleshooting, Test Results are outside the Inspection Range but within the In-Use Range, apply a Correction Factor to the unit and note the Correction Factor for that unit in the binding’s maintenance record. 15. If many bindings fail, check the test device and re-inspect the Reference Boot. If necessary, select another boot and retest the bindings. Preseason Boot Preparation The procedure that follows is an integral part of preseason maintenance. 1. Clean all boots with [a mild detergent and water], and repair or replace damaged or missing parts. 2. Visually check: • Conformance with ISO and other applicable standards. If the boot contacts the binding, brake, or AFD in areas other than the designated contact points, it may be incompatible with the binding. [product specific figure or description]

• Boot material. If the sole at the contact points with the binding or AFD can be scratched with a finger nail, the boot may be of inferior quality and incompatible with the binding. • Boot sole condition. If the boot sole is damaged, worn, or contaminated at contact points with the binding or AFD in a manner which can not be corrected, the boot may be incompatible with the binding. • Brake compatibility with sole. • Rubber and/or metal sole protectors. If such materials contact the binding or AFD the boot may be incompatible with the binding. • Mold flashings. Flashing which can be seen or felt at contact points with the binding, brake, or AFD must be carefully removed. 3. Remove from inventory all boots that have failed the visual check. Preseason Boot Sampling Although sampling eliminates the need to test every boot before the season starts, the sample chosen must be representative of the inventory. 1. For boots that are new to inventory or have never been inspected, take a single boot from each cell (a cell is all boots of the same make, model, year, and shell size). 2. For used boots, take a 5% (but not less than 16 or more than 80) random sample of the entire inventory. Make sure that there is at least one boot from each cell in the sample.

Table A : Preseason Binding Inspection* Sole Release Skier Binding Length Indicator Code Type (mm) Setting

Reference Torque (Nm)

Inspection Range (Nm)

Twist Forward Lean Twist Forward Lean F Children 270 2.5 23 87 20-27 75-102 J Junior 306 4.5 43 141 37-50 141-194 L Adult 327 6.0 58 229 50-67 194-271 * This is an example only. Check the manufacturer’s tech manual before proceeding

In-Use Range (Nm) Twist 17-31 31-58 43-78

Forward Lean 64-120 120-229 165-320

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Rental Visual & Mechanical Inspection > (continued) Inspection Procedures (continued) Preseason Boot Inspection The procedure that follows helps to assure both boot/binding compatibility and boot interchange ability. Note: when using Table A, in the Boot Inspection procedures that follow, the Sole Length and Release Indicator Setting columns should be ignored. 1. Randomly select a pair of bindings that have passed the preseason inspection from each binding type; adult, junior, child. 2. Lubricate all boot/binding contact points with a mild liquid detergent. 3. Without regard to whether the boot is new or used, sort the sample by sole type and length

according to the 20mm Sole Length Categories defined by the binding manufacturer’s Release Value Selection. 4. In each Sole Length Category rank the boots by sole length and select the middle boot. 5. In each Sole Length Category fit the appropriate reference bindings to this “typical” boot and adjust the two bindings to release as close as practical to the Reference Torque in Table A. Use the Reference Torque corresponding to Skier Code [L] for the Adult binding, [J] for the Junior binding, and [J] for the Child binding.

6. Rinse the lubricant from one binding and mark it “clean.” Mark the other “lubricated.” 7. Test each boot in the Sole Length Category with the clean Reference Binding and then the lubricated Reference Binding in both twist and forward lean (only one direction in twist is required for the clean binding). 8. Set aside any boots for which the lubricated Test Result is more than 20% less than the clean Test Result in the same direction of release or the lubricated Test Result, in any direction of release, is outside of the Inspection Range provided in Table A for the Skier Code used

to set up the Reference Binding (L, J, or F). 9. Repeat the Visual Check on all boots that have been set aside, correct any defects noted, and retest. Remove from inventory boots that fail the retest. 10. Check all other boots from the same cell (make, model, year, and shell size) as those that failed. NOTE: On completion of the preseason inspection, clean the liquid detergent from the equipment (and lubricate the binding before returning it to service).

Inseason Sampling And Inspection The Inseason Inspection is a test of complete systems and all the procedures used by the rental staff to assemble and adjust the system. The program uses random samples of rental inventory taken at routine intervals. Any sampling program that gives every unit of inventory the same chance as every other of being picked is valid.

Inseason Inspection 1. Take a random sample of the rental inventory as determined by Table B. Take half the sample from inventory as it is either rented or returned and the remainder from inventory available for rental. 2. Wipe the boot clean and cycle the boot/binding systems at least once in each direction. 3. Test sample units in Twist (one direction only) and Forward Lean. 4. Compare the Test Results with the Inspection Range for the appropriate Skier Code. 5. If the results are within the Inspection Range, the unit passes.

6. If the results are outside Inspection Range but within the In-Use Range, count the unit as a Class I Deviation. 7. If the results are outside the InUse Range, count the unit as a Class II Deviation. 8. Check elastic travel and visually inspect the ski brake function, interface areas between boot and binding, including AFD, lug height adjustment (if appropriate), and forward pressure. Count any deficiencies as Class I Deviations. 9. If more than the maximum number of Class I Deviations given in Table B are found in the sample, or a single Class II Deviation is detected the sample fails and daily sampling must be conducted until the problem that led to the failed sample is found and corrected. See the “Troubleshooting” chapter of the binding manufacturer’s

technical manual following a failed Inseason Inspection. 10. Record the date the sample was tested, the number of units tested, the number of Class I and Class II (or III) Deviations, whether the sample passed or failed and any actions taken. There is no need to record the identity of units tested or actual Test Results.

Table B : Sample Size Inventory Size (Pairs) 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900

Sample Maximum Size Class I (Units) Deviations 16 3 20 4 30 6 40 8 50 10 60 12 70 14 80 16 80 16

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Random sampling is conducted throughout the entire season. Frequency is as follows: 1. After 7 days of operation. 2. If the sample passes, the next sampling is taken after another 7 days of operation. 3. If two consecutive samples pass, sampling frequency is increased to 14 days. 4. If a sample fails at any time, daily sampling is instituted until two consecutive samples pass, at which point weekly sampling resumes.

Sample size is 5% of inventory but not less than 16 nor more than 80 units as noted in Table B. Sample size is based on average daily output. If rental output drops below 50% of capacity over the sampling period, the sample size can be reduced proportionately.

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Sample Frequency

Sample Size

Demo Inspections > Incomplete Systems Skis Bindings intended for demo applications, where customers supply their own boots, must be inspected using the procedures described for rental equipment. Whenever a demo or rental binding is used with a customer’s own boot, inspect the

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customer’s boot for Boot/Binding Compatibility as described on page 17. Reject any boots that fail visual inspection. Both boots of the pair must be inspected and the boot sole lengths of both boots verified.

Boots Whenever customers rent boots for use with their own skis, the customer’s binding system must be mechanically inspected (using the rental boot) according to procedures described for retail equipment.

Reference Page #

Section Name

17 17

Final Checking Test for Elastic Travel & Return Release Value Within Specified Range Troubleshooting

18 19

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Rental Visual & Mechanical Inspection > (continued) Maintenance Records SKI/BINDING Maintenance Record

Toe

Left Ski

Right Heel

Toe

Twist

Right Ski

Heel

Twist

Counter-clockwise

BOOT Maintenance Record

Clean Test

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Date of Service/Inspection

Norm Compatible Interchangeable

All Adjustments/Parts Functionsl

Repairs/Service Performed

Twist

Lubricated Test Twist

Legend: Clockwise

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Technician’s Initials

Sole Length: Forward Lean

Boot Model:

Invenory #:

Forward Lean

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Legend: Clockwise

Forward Lean

Correction Factors Left

Technician’s Initials

Binding Model: Forward Lean

Date of Service/Inspection

Repairs/Service Performed

Visual Inspection

Ski Serial #:

Invenory #:

Counter-clockwise

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Skier Instruction, Warning & Record Keeping Rental Skier Instrucion & Warning It is the Dealer’s responsibility to adequately assist each rental customer in equipment selection and to properly fit rental boots. Instructions regarding proper use of equipment must also be given at the time rental equipment is provided. When the Certified Technician signs or initials the Rental Form, the technician is attesting that all functional and instructional procedures have been completed. To reduce your shop’s liability risk and to receive indemnification from Salomon, you must take the following steps when the skier receives their equipment. (The individual picking up the equipment must be the intended user, or in the case of a minor, the user’s parent or guardian.)

1. Show how to step into the binding. 2. Show how to step out of the binding. 3. Point out the visual indicator settings on the binding’s toe and heel pieces. The skier must verify that these settings agree with the settings recorded on the Rental Form. 4. Ask the skier to read the Liability Release Agreement. Point out that the skier is signing a release that limits liabil-

ity. Included in this Liability Release Agreement is the specific warning that bindings will not release under all circumstances where release may prevent injury or death, nor is it possible to predict every situation in which they will release, and are, therefore, no guarantee of safety. 5. The skier must understand that there are inherent and other risks in the sport of skiing.

6. The skier* must then sign and date the Rental Form. 7. The skier must be given a copy of the rental form that includes a signed copy of the Liability Release Agreement.

Rental Record Keeping Proper rental record keeping is key to your shop’s risk management program. Without a properly filled out form, including a signed Liability Release Agreement, indemnification from Salomon will not apply.

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The following is a list of information that should be recorded for every rental transaction. It is not necessary to use a Salomon Rental Form, but any form that the shop uses must include the information* listed below. Without this information*, indemnification will not apply. 1. *Rental dates. 2. *Name and home address of the skier. 3. Skier’s home phone number. 4. Skier’s identification. 5. *Skier’s height, weight, age, and skier type. 6. *Boots' inventory number. (If the skier is using their own boots, the boot brand, model and sole length must be indicated on the Rental Form and the boot must pass visual examination.) 7. *Skis' inventory number. (If the skier is using their own skis, the system would fall under Retail guidelines and a complete system inspection,

including a mechanical inspection, must be performed and documented on a Workshop Form.) 8. *Visual Indicator Settings. 9. *Salomon Certified Technician’s signature or initials attesting that all required procedures have been completed. 10. Rental fee. 11. *Liability Release Agreement that is either the same as, or the substantial equivalent of, the Salomon release. Consult your shop’s legal advisor to be sure the language and type size of this agreement conforms to state or provincial law. If a form other than the Salomon form is used, the language shall accomplish the same purpose and have the same legal effect as the language contained in the Salomon agreement.

12. *Skier’s signature (in the case of a minor skier, the signature on the form must be that of the skier’s parent or legal guardian) and date attesting that the skier: a. Has been instructed in the proper use of the equipment. b. Has verified that the visual indicator settings correspond to the recorded visual indicator settings. c. Has read and understands the Rental and Liability Release Agreement on the rental form, releasing the shop from liability.

Reference Page #

Section Name

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Final Checking & System Inspection Salomon Rental Form Equipment Rental & Liability Release Agreement Post Accident Ski Equipment Inspection Report

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* On the 2010/2011 Salomon Rental Form, the skier (or in the case of a minor, the skier’s parent or legal guardian) must sign and date the Liability Release Agreement.

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A Rental Form must be filled out for each rental transaction (exchange of equipment is considered to be a transaction). A Liability Release Agreement the same as or the equivalent to the Salomon Liability Release Agreement must be included on the Rental Form. The skier must read, under­stand, sign and date this release. A copy of the properly filled out Rental Form must be kept on file for five years or the statute of limitations of the state or province, whichever is longer. Multiple skier forms that allow each skier to read and sign the same form may be used if the form meets the requirements outlined in this section. It is recommended that the form be reviewed by Salomon’s Legal department prior to use. The person who signs the rental form must be the skier who is going to use the rental equipment. In the case of a minor skier, the signature on the form must be that of the skier’s parent or legal guardian.

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Skier Instruction, Warning & Record Keeping PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY (shaded areas for shop use only)

Salomon Rental Form*

Date Out:

Date Due:

Total Rental Days: Last

First

M.I.

Downhill Skiing

Name:

Indicate skier type

Street

T

City

State

Zip

Phone #

Your Weight

Snowboard Stance: (check one)

Local Accommodations

Driver’s Lic.#

Regular

State Lbs.

H

Goofy

Your Height ft. in. Age Acknowledgement of Personal Information & Equipment Instructions

I have accurately represented the above listed information and it is true and correct. I will not use any of the equipment to be provided to me during this transaction until I have received instruction on its use and function. I agree to verify that the visual indicator settings to be recorded on this form for downhill ski equipment, and skiboards equipped with release bindings, agree with the number appearing in the visual indicator windows of the equipment to be listed on this form. Equipment User’s Signature:

Parent/Guardian Signature (if required):

Boot I.D.#

Sole Length & Synchro # (Downhill Skiing): Pole Code:

Ski/Board I.D.# Visual Indicator Settings

Requested Settings

L Toe

R Toe L Toe

R Toe

L Heel

R Heel L Heel

R Heel

Equipment Subtotal:

$

Equipment Damage Protection:

$

Total:

$

Technician’s Signature:

EQUIPMENT RENTAL & LIABILITY RELEASE AGREEMENT

I accept for use AS IS the equipment listed on this form, and accept full financial responsibility for the care of the equipment while it is in my possession. I will be responsible for the replacement at full value of any equipment rented under this form, but not returned to the rental facility. I agree to return all rental equipment by the agreed date. I understand that the binding system cannot guarantee the user’s safety. In downhill skiing, and skiboarding with skiboards equipped with release bindings, the binding system will not release at all times or under all circumstances where release may prevent injury or death, nor is it possible to predict every situation in which it will release. In snowboarding, cross-country skiing, skiboarding with skiboards equipped with non-release bindings, snowshoeing and other sports utilizing equipment with non-release bindings, the binding system will not ordinarily release during use; these bindings are not designed to release as a result of forces generated during ordinary operation. I understand that the sports of skiing, snowboarding, skiboarding, snowshoeing and other sports (collectively "RECREATIONAL SNOW SPORTS") involve inherent and other risks of INJURY and DEATH. I voluntarily agree to expressly assume all risks of injury or death that may result from these RECREATIONAL SNOW SPORTS, or which relate in any way to the use of this equipment. I understand that a helmet designed for RECREATIONAL SNOW SPORTS use will help reduce the risk of some types of injuries to the user at slower speeds. I recognize that serious injury or death can result from both low and high energy impacts, even when a helmet is worn. I AGREE TO RELEASE AND HOLD HARMLESS the equipment rental facility, its employees, owners, affiliates, agents, officers, directors, and the equipment manufacturers and distributors and their successors in interest (collectively "PROVIDERS"), from all liability for injury, death, property loss and damage which results from the equipment user’s participation in the RECREATIONAL SNOW SPORTS for which the equipment is provided, or which is related in any way to the use of this equipment, including all liability which results from the NEGLIGENCE of PROVIDERS, or any other person or cause.

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I further agree to defend and indemnify PROVIDERS for any loss or damage, including any that results from claims or lawsuits for personal injury, death, and property loss and damage related in any way to the use of this equipment. This agreement is governed by the applicable law of this state or province. If any provision of this agreement is determined to be unenforceable, all other provisions shall be given full force and effect. I THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS EQUIPMENT RENTAL & LIABILITY RELEASE AGREEMENT. User’s Signature:

Date:

Parent/Guardian: If equipment user is a minor, I verify that I have the authority to enter into this agreement on behalf of the equipment user and I agree to be bound by all terms and conditions of this agreement. Date:

Parent/Guardian’s Signature:

PARTS

Note

Reference

* U.S. form shown. The Canadian equivalent to this form has bilingual content.

Page #

Section Name

Reference # Item Name

29

Rental Skier Instruction & Warning

B1RSFM (U.S.) Salomon Rental Form B10019 (CAN) Salomon Rental Form

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Skier Instruction, Warning & Record Keeping Post Accident Ski Equipment Inspection Report Form A Post Accident Ski Equipment Inspection Report Form the same as or equivalent to the form provided must be filled out if a person returns the equipment, whether the equipment is theirs or belongs to someone else, and claims that they or someone else were injured. The report must be completed with “as is” mechanical inspection measured release values. An insufficient or improperly completed form may cause denial of indemnification.

Inspection Report Instructions General Information • All information should be printed clearly. • Any mistakes should be corrected and initialed. • If information is unknown, mark UNK in the appropriate area. • If information does not apply, mark N/A in the appropriate area. Skier Information Section • Skier information should be taken from the rental or workshop form. • Accident/injury information should be taken from the ski patrol accident report (if available). Equipment Information Section • Information should be taken from the visual inspection of equipment.

Facility/Personnel/Testing Device Section • The “Inspection Technician” should be a current Salomon Certified Technician. • The report should be reviewed by the shop manager.

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Workshop/Rental Form No.

Skier Information vACCIDENT DATE

NAME vWEIGHT

HEIGHT

vAGE

vSEX (circle one)

M

vSKIER TYPE (circle one) 1

F

2

3

-1

3+

INJURY RIGHT OR LEFT (circle one) vSKI AREA R

L

Equipment Information SKI MAKE

vMODEL

vLENGTH

SERIAL No.

vRENTAL I.D. No. (if applicable)

BOOT MAKE

vMODEL

BOOT SOLE LENGTH in mm

vRENTAL I.D. No. (if applicable)

BINDING MAKE

vMODEL

TOE VISUAL INDICATOR (DIN) SCALE

vHEEL VISUAL INDICATOR (DIN) SCALE

vSIZE

to to RENTAL FORWARD PRESSURE (SYNCHRO) SETTING(S):

Equipment Inspection/Tests Right Ski/Binding/Boot Left Ski/Binding/Boot N/A YES NO (check one) N/A YES NO (check one)

Boot sole within Industry Norm Standards

Boot sole within Industry Norm Standards

All boot parts present, working correctly

All boot parts present, working correctly

AFD OK and intact

AFD OK and intact

Forward Pressure correct

Forward Pressure correct

Toe Height correct

Toe Height correct

Toe Wings set correctly

Toe Wings set correctly

Brake fully functional

Brake fully functional

Ski damaged (bent etc.)

Ski damaged (bent etc.)

System passes visual inspections

System passes visual inspections

Rental heel forward pressure setting correct

Rental heel forward pressure setting correct

VISUAL INDICATOR SETTINGS

VISUAL INDICATOR SETTINGS

Toe: Heel:

Toe: Heel:

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Equipment Inspection/Tests Section • Refer to the most current Shop Practices Manual for Standard Boot Sole information. • Equipment inspections should be conducted on the equipment “as is”. • Inspection of binding adjustments should be in accordance with recommendations set forth in the most current Shop Practices Manual. • System visual inspections should be in accordance with recommendations set forth in the most current Shop Practices Manual. • Mechanical inspection tests should be conducted at room temperature. • The mechanical testing device should be properly calibrated and operated in the manner recommended by the device manufacturer. • Mechanical tests should be conducted on the equipment “as is”. • Test results should be recorded in Newton meters.

Post Accident Ski Equipment Inspection Report

CLOCKWISE TWIST MEASURED RELEASE VALUES* CLOCKWISE TWIST MEASURED RELEASE VALUES* I

II

III

I

II

III

COUNTERCLOCKWISE TWIST MEASURED RELEASE VALUES* COUNTERCLOCKWISE TWIST MEASURED RELEASE VALUES* I

II

III

I

II

III

FORWARD LEAN MEASURED RELEASE VALUES* FORWARD LEAN MEASURED RELEASE VALUES* I

II

III

I

II

III

* Record the number of results recommended by the manufacturer of the testing device. If not certain, record 3 values for each test.

Facility/Personnel/Testing Device SHOP NAME

REPORT REVIEWED BY

vDATE

vINSPECTION TECHNICIAN

vDATE

vTESTING DEVICE BRAND

v­MODEL

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Binding Binding Maintenance & Repair

Photo: Alexander Klun. Skier: Kaj Zackrisson.

Maintenance & Repair > 32

All Salomon bindings have replaceable AFDs

Maintenance & Repair

Any incorrect use of a Salomon part or accessory or i­nstallation of a non-compatible brand accessory with a Salomon system will automatically void both the warranty and indemnification for that system.

Retail & Rental Guidelines Retail Guidelines Salomon bindings require a minimum of maintenance to enhance performance and their useful life. They should be cleaned, inspected and lubricated prior to each season and every 30 skier days per season as follows: • Inspect all components for damage or excessive wear. Repair or

replace damaged or excessively worn parts and/or c­ omponents. • Clean the exposed areas of the components with a cloth or rag. Wipe any dirt or grit from the binding housings, heel track and the region under the heel cup. Do not use solvents or high pressure

liquid cleaning systems to clean bindings. • Apply Salomon Grease (Ref. #000905) or the equivalent to the lubrica­tion points indicated for the appropriate model. Do not use silicone or penetrating oils unless the lubricant is specifically approved.

• C  lean the exposed areas of the components with a cloth or rag. Wipe any dirt or grit from the binding housings, heel track and the region under the heel cup. Do not use solvents or high pressure liquid cleaning systems to clean bindings. • Apply Salomon Grease (Ref. #000905) or the equivalent to the lubrication points indicated for each model. Do not use silicone or penetrating oils unless the lubricant is specifically approved.

• R  eplace the heel on the track. • This should be followed by periodic in-season inspections and when a binding looks particularly dirty or if visual inspection reveals that something may be wrong. This helps to ensure that all components are functioning correctly.

• R  ecommend to the skier that routine maintenance and inspections be performed by a Salomon Authorized Dealer. This will help ensure that any problem that may develop with the system can be detected and corrected by a trained technician.

Rental Guidelines Proper maintenance of rental systems includes a complete inspection of the entire rental inventory prior to the ski season. Bindings should be cleaned, inspected and lubricated in the following manner: • Inspect all components of each set for damage or excessive wear. Repair or replace damaged or excessively worn parts and/or components. • Remove the heel by sliding the housing off the rear of the heeltrack*.

Never attempt to interchange any SR, SC or retail toe baseplates or heel tracks with other model baseplates or heel tracks.

Cants > Acceptable Use

Note

Salomon bindings should not be altered in any way except as explicitly outlined in this manual. The use of cants with Salomon bindings is acceptable, provided: • The cants are of a high grade material designed for this use. • The cants are installed in a professional manner.

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Rental Post Season Storage To prepare rental equipment for summer storage: • All binding visual indicator adjustments should be reduced to the lowest setting. Do not attempt to adjust the release setting below the lowest setting as damage may result. • The binding heels should be stored in the closed position. • The equipment should be stored in a cool, dry and ventilated area away from direct sunlight.

• Proper screw penetration into the ski meets current norms. • The cants do not impede the binding’s function as it was designed,

including proper function of the brake.

* To remove heel pieces on tracks with heel locks, loosen the rear mounting screws at least three turns. Pull the heel piece back­ward while lifting it up over the heel lock. To replace the heel pieces, follow the removal proce­dure in reverse and tighten the rear mounting screws securely.

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Binding

Maintenance & Repair > Guidelines > 33

Maintenance & Repair > (continued) Screw Extractor/Repair Kit

A

Salomon offers a Screw Extractor/ Repair Kit (Ref. #000878) to remove/ replace broken binding mounting screws. The kit comes with two different length bits and a quantity of repair plugs. Fig. A Repair plugs may be ordered separately.

Stripped Screw Holes Follow instructions for the installation of repair plugs (below).

ment to let the shavings escape. Use caution not to hit the broken piece.

Broken Screw or Broken Tap Removal When a screw or tap breaks in a ski, it must be removed to avoid further damage. It can be removed as follows:

Continue to drill until the chuck touches the bushings of the jig. This is the correct drilling depth of 10 mm.

Fit the extractor drill bit into the electric drill with the shoulder touching the chuck.

Turn the ski over and hit the base lightly to remove all shavings.

Position the appropriate jig onto the ski with the jig bushing directly over the broken screw or tap. Drill slowly around the broken piece using an up-and-down move-

Remove the broken piece inside the extractor bit with a pair of pliers.

Follow instructions for the installation of repair plugs (below).

Installation of repair plugs The existing hole may need to be widened using an 8 mm diameter bit, however do not drill more than 10 mm deep. Place a drop of glue onto the top of the hole. Tap a repair plug into the hole with a hammer until it is flush with the topskin of the ski.

PARTS (see page 70) Reference # Item Name

Re-mount the binding. Clean the extractor bit after each use.

000905 Salomon Grease 000878 Screw Extractor/Repair Kit 000846 Repair Plugs

AFD/SCP Replacement TZ 5, TZ 5 SC & LZ 7-8-9 Anti Friction Plate Replacement

S

D

F

G

OR

NI

JU

H

!

JUN

IOR

A

1. Insert a 6-8 mm wide screwdriver at the front of the plate. Fig. A 2. Move over the screwdriver to eject the plate. Fig. S 3. Place the new plate and hand clip it. Fig. D & F Junior Performance AFD Upgrade TZ 5, TZ 5 SC, TC45 bindings were developed to fit both adult and junior boot standards, and are delivered with

a universal junior pedal which has been validated by dealers and the TÜV organization. Salomon also offers a specific Junior Performance AFD (ref. 89267001) upgrade meant to increase slope performance for junior specialists, which can be exchanged with the universal one. NOTE: The replacement junior pedal (red) must be used only with junior boot standards.

Other Models 1. 2. 3. 4.

SCP Reference Numbers

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Caution: for models with elastic pedal (range 08), check the presence of the elastic block under the pedal. Fig. H

Reference Page #

Section Name

47

Standard Boot Sole Dimensions

PARTS (see page 70) Reference # Item Name

54834001 TZ 5/TZ 5 SC Universal AFD 89267001 TZ 5/TZ 5 SC Junior AFD

Salomon Control Pedal Replacement

Dismount the toe piece from the interface or from the ski. Remove the AFD from the toe piece baseplate. Position the replacement AFD on the baseplate and press it into place. Remount the toe piece.

SCP Ref. N° Binding / System 78830001 914 FIS 20 / 914 Z12 Ti, Z12, Z12 Ti SC, Z10 Ti Axe+, Z10 TI, 78830101 Z10 FIS 20, Z10 Ti SC, Z10, 710 Ti, 710 SC, 710, 710 ITF. 78829401 Smartrak Prolink +914 Smartrak Prolink & 78829501 Smartrak Control+ Z14, Z12, Z10, 711 Smartrak Prolink & 78829601 Smartrak Control+ Z12 Ti, Z10 Ti, 710 Ti

Fig. G Specifically, it may only be used with junior boots with a toe thickness of 16.5 +/- 1.5 mm.

Note For instructions on replacing the AFD on Quadrax models, please refer to the 2006-2007 Salomon Shop Practices Manual For instructions on replacing the AFD on Spheric Performance and S710 Ti Spheric models, please refer to the 2005-2006 Salomon Shop Practices Manual

All Salomon bindings have replaceable SCPs. The specific SCP item numbers can be found in the Salomon Spare Parts catalog (page 70), though some SCP Reference Numbers are listed in the chart below.. Replacement procedures for SCPs are as follows. For Toes mounted on Interfaces and Skis (Smartrak Grip/Grip Plus, SC, and ITF) 1. Dismount the Toe piece from the Ski or The Interface by completely loosening the mounting screws. 2. Dismount manually the SCP on the Toe piece. 3. Take the new SCP and mount it manually under the Toe piece.

4. Tighten the Toe piece on the ski or the Interface (4Nm torque). For Toes mounted on Smartrak Prolink/Control/Response 1. Put the Toe Piece out the Interface. 2. Dismount the Toe piece from the Set by completely loosening the mounting screws. 3. Dismount manually the SCP+Stirrup on the toe piece. 4. Take the new Set SCP+Stirrup and mount it manually under the Toe piece. 5. Tighten the Toe piece on the Stirrup (4Nm torque). 6. Remount the Toe piece on the Interface.

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Binding Certification Program

Certification > Exam > 34

Photo: Mattias Fredriksson.

The technician who signs the Authorized Location’s workshop or rental form for any transaction must be currently Salomon alpine binding certified

Technician Certification Exam 2010/2011 Technician Certification Exam Questions Do not write on this form. Indicate answers on the Registration Form. A score of 90%, or 23 correct answers, must be obtained to pass. In addition, questions 12 to 25 are considered core questions and must be answered correctly. 1 Indemnified Bindings are: a) Those that appear on the 2010/2011 Schedule of Indemnified Bindings in the Salomon Shop Practices Manual. b) The 2010/2011 models only. c) Not something a technician needs to know about. d) Any Salomon binding still in use.

6

When is the forward pressure correct on the ZZ LAB and STH 12, 14 & 16. a) When the boot in the binding, adjust DIN number. b) Place boot in binding and center with mid boot mark. c) When the boot is in the binding and the top of the head screw is aligned with the back of the heel track. d) Thereís no need for adjustment it is automatic.

2

7

Mechanical inspections of rental equipment: a) Ensure that all components are functioning properly. b) Are required periodically in-season. c) Are required pre-season . d) All of the above.

8

Workshop or Rental Forms must: a) Be kept on file for 5 years or for the statute of limitations. b) Be signed by the customer and the Certified Technician. c) Be used for every transaction. d) All of the above.

3

4

Salomon Technician Certification: a) Never has to be renewed. Once you’ve past the exam. b) Is valid whether or not the employer is a Salomon Authorized Alpine Binding Dealer. c) Is valid for 2 years from the exam date and may be transferred between Salomon Authorized Alpine Binding Dealers. d) Does not require that Certified Technicians be familiar with Salomon Bindings through hands-on experience. What is Skier Type? a) Unnecessary information. b) A classification system based on “cautious,” “moderate,” or “aggressive” skiing preferences. c) The degree of skill a skier possesses. d) A person who enjoys skiing. When a skier picks up their equipment from your shop make sure: a) You wish them luck. b) You only hand it over to the intended user. c) Someone explains the use of the equipment to them and provides them with signed copies of the Workshop/Rental Form and Liability Release Agreement. d) They speak with the technician who did the installation/adjustment.

5 A mechanical testing device: a) Never needs re-calibration. b) Requires properly trained technicians for consistent results. c) Gives consistent results even when it is operated incorrectly. d) Is only used in rental shops.

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9 A Post Accident Ski Equipment Inspection Report form: a) Is a critical tool in defending liability claims. b) Must be completed each time an accident is reported. c) Answers A and B. d) Is only necessary in the case of lower body injuries. 10 If the mid-sole indicator on a Salomon jig and the mid-sole indicator on a boot do not agree, you should: a) Not install the binding. b) Leave the boot in the jig and use the mid-sole mark on the boot to position the jig on the ski. c) Use the mid-sole mark on the jig to position it on the ski. d) Position the jig by splitting the difference between the two marks. 11 When adjusting the toe height on Salomon Quadrax (Leisure) bindings, you should: a) Use a Salomon rental adjustment tool for the toe height screw. b) Check your adjustment with a Salomon toe height card. c) Answers A & B. d) None of the above; toe height adjustment is automatic.

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Binding

Certification > Exam > 35

Technician Certification Exam > (continued) 2010/2011 Technician Certification Exam Questions (continued) 12 What should the initial visual indicator setting be for a 220 lb, 6’5”, Type 3+ skier who is 25 years old and uses boots with a sole length of 310 mm? a) 11 b) Ask the customer. c) Not possible to determine. d) 12 13 When testing the toe for elastic travel and return, the boot should: a) Elastic travel only occurs while skiing and cannot be tested in the shop. b) Move off center at least 5 mm and return to within 2 mm of its original position. c) Move slightly off center then release completely. d) None of the above. 14 A skier weighs 165 lb and measures 5’8” tall. He is a Type 1 skier who is 59 years old. What is his Skier Code on the Chart? a) H b) J c) L d) K 15 When mounting bindings, Salomonís recommendation for tapping is: a) Always tap. b) Always tap unless the manufacturer cautions against it. c) Never tap. Itís too easy to damage the ski or break the tap. d) If you countersink the holes with the drill bit, there is no need to tap. 16 Skiers requesting personal settings higher or lower than are indicated by the 2010/2011 Salomon Adjustment Chart should: a) Be given the settings they want provided they sign a Requested Setting Release Agreement. b) Be asked if they wish to identify themselves as Type 3+ or Type -1 and use the indicated settings. c) Be instructed to adjust their bindings themselves. d) Answer A or B. 17 A six year old is being fitted for her first pair of skis. She weighs 42 lb. What Skier Code would you use to help determine the visual indicator setting of her bindings? a) B b) A d) 3/4 c) -1 18 A boot is considered incompatible with a Salomon binding if: a) It does not pass visual inspection. b) There is more than a I mm difference in sole flatness across its width. c) It does not conform to Standard Boot Sole Dimensions. d) All of the above.

19 If the mid-sole indicator on a Salomon jig and the mid-sole indicator on a boot do not agree, you should: a) Leave the boot in the jig and use the mid-sole mark on the boot to position the jig on the ski. b) Use the mid-sole mark on the jig to position it on the ski. c) Position the jig by splitting the difference between the two marks. d) Not install the binding. 20 If the forward pressure indicators on the heel are not aligning properly you should: a) Ignore it if they are close. b) Remove the boot and move the heel forward or back to correct. c) Make sure (adjustable) toe wings and toe height are correct. d) Answers B & C. 21 You are testing a used boot-binding system on a mechanical testing device. The Salomon binding has a visual indicator setting of 6 and the boot sole is 320 mm long. What is the In-use Range for twist? a) 58 Newton meters b) 58 to 78 Nm c) 43 to 78 Nm d) 50 to 67 Nm 22 If there are no manufacturerís recommendations for drill bit selection you should: a) Drill the ski with the bit in your drill, you can’t go wrong. b) Use a 3.6 mm bit, you can always increase the torque on the screwshooter. c) Drill one hole with a 3.6 mm bit and check for metal before switching to a 4.1 mm bit. d) Always use a 4.1 mm bit, all mounting platforms contain metal. 23 What is the correct maintenance procedure for Salomon binding? a) Cleaning all exposed area of the components with a cloth or rag, cleaning binding housing, heel tracks and apply grease. b) You may use any solvent or high pressure liquids to clean bindings. c) Bindings are self cleaning and do not need maintenance at any time. d) None of the above. 24 What should the visual indicator setting be for a skier who weighs 69 kg, height 152 cm, boot sole length 310 mm, skier type II, age 52? a) 3 b) 3.5 c) 4 d) 4.5 25 Examples of Salomon bindings that may be used with both junior & adult boot sole norms are: a) 607 & 608 b) STH 12 & STH 16 c) TZ 5 & C305 d) You canít use an adult norm sole with a Salomon junior binding.

On-line Registration Instructions Applying technicians must complete the 2010/2011 Salomon on-line certification registration and test. A score of at least 90% (23 correct answers) must be achieved to pass the exam. Applying technicians are not certified until a passing score is achieved. • U.S. dealers will find the on-line certification registration and test at: http://www.salomoncertification.com • For the U.S., a $12 fee will be invoiced for each Registration and Exam submitted on line at www.salomoncertification.com

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• The U.S. fee is $20 for each Registration/ Exam submitted by mail or fax to Salomon, or for technicians certified by any approved industry training program. Fax: (801) 334-4502 Salomon Certification/ Customer Service Salomon USA 2030 Lincoln Ave Ogden, UT 84401

• Canadian dealers will find the on-line certification registration and test at: http://www.salomonhookup.ca

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Binding

Adjustment Chart > 36

Torque Range

Initial Toe/Heel Indicator

Skier Weight lb kg

Height ft-in/cm

Twist Forward Lean

by Boot Sole Length (mm)

Skier Code*

<>231251271291311331230 mm 250 mm 270 mm 290 mm 310 mm 330 mm 350 mm 351 mm

2229

1013

A

3/ 4

3/ 4

3/ 4

3038

1417

B

1

3/ 4

3/ 4

3947

1821

C

4856

2225

D

5766

2630

E

6778

3135

F

7991

3641

G

92107

4248

108125

<- 4'10" <- 148 cm

REF.

11/2 11/4 11/4

In-use Range

2010/2011 ADJUSTMENT CHART

Inspection Range

(Newton Meters)

5

18

8

29

3/ 4

11

40

1

14

52

17

64

20

75

23

87

27

102

31

120

2 13/4 11/2 11/2 11/4 21/2 21/4 2 13/4 11/2 11/2 3 23/4 21/2 21/4 2 13/4 13/4 31/2 3 23/4 21/2 21/4 2

H

31/2 3

49- 4'11"-5'1" 57 149-157 cm

I

41/2 4 31/2 31/2 3

37

141

126147

58- 5'2"-5'5" 66 158-166 cm

J

51/2 5 41/2 4 31/2 3

43

165

148174

6778

5'6"-5'10" 167-178 cm

K

61/2 6 51/2 5 41/2 4

50

194

175209

79- 5'11"-6'4" 94 179-194 cm

L

71/2 7 61/2 6 51/2 5

58

229

>210

>95

M

81/2 8

67

271

N

10 91/2 81/2 8 71/2

78

320

O

111/2 11

91

380

105

452

121

520

137

588

>- 6'5" >- 195 cm

P

* Based on "Type 1" Skier

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3 23/4 21/2

7 61/2 6

10 91/2 9 12

11 101/2

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37

Technician Certification Answer Form 2010/2011 Technician Certification Answer Form This form is for U.S. dealers only. Get all your certification needs at www.salomoncertification.com

Fees On line certification test:

$12

Faxed or mailed test:

$20

Technician & Store Information Exam Date

Technician’s Name (PRINT CLEARLY)

Store Account #

Store Name

Shop Phone #

Store Address

Instructions Please print clearly your information above and fax or mail your Certification Answers to (801) 334-4502. A score of 90%, or 23 correct answers, must be obtained to pass. In addition, questions 12 to 25 are considered core questions and must be answered correctly. Please circle your answer for each question. All answers must be clearly marked. Any partially circled answers could be marked incorrect.

Answer Section a b c d

a b c d

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Mail or Fax To: Salomon Certification Salomon U.S.A. 2030 Lincoln Ave., Ogden, UT 84401 Fax: (801) 334-4502 Phone: 1 (800) 654-2668

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Technicians Signiture

Signiture Date

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ALPINE SKI

38

Photo: Hal Thomson. Skier: Rick Armstrong.

Technical reference for the complete line of current Salomon alpine skis

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Alpine Ski

Technical Features > 39

Adult Ski Length Selection For the Salomon skis, find the corresponding centimetre length for your weight. Add to that number any additional length from the boxes below according to your ability, aggressiveness, the snow conditions you ski most of the time and the kind of skis you want to choose.

WEIGHT Kg

Corresponding

SKI LENGTH cm

< 47

48 - 52

53 - 58

59 - 65

66 - 73

74 - 82

83 >

140 cm

145 cm

150 cm

155 cm

160 cm

165 cm

170 cm

LEVEL

+

1. BEGINNER

2. INTERMEDIATE

3. ADVANCED

4. EXPERT

5. SPECIALIST

You are skiing the first week (rental skis)

Able to ski most runs in good conditions

Able to ski all runs in good conditions

Able to ski on all runs in any conditions

Able to ski on all runs in changing conditions

Discover first ski sensations

Prefer moderate speeds

Prefer a variety of speeds

Prefer high speeds

Prefer highest speeds

- 20 cm

- 5 cm

+ 0 cm

+ 5 cm

+ 10 cm

TERRAIN

+

Most of the time on groomed piste or on hard snow conditions

Most of the time off piste or on soft snow conditions

+ 0 cm

+ 5 cm

KIND OF SKI

+

SKI

SKI

3V Powerline; 24 Hours; 24 Daytona; 24 Hours Powerline S5; 24 Hours Powerline S3; Select Touch; Vital Touch; Fresh Touch

2V Powerline; Crossmax; 24 Hours Powerline LM; 24 Hours Powerline S1; 24 X / 24 GT Pro / 24 Sport; X-Wing; Rocker / Czar / Shog un / Lord / Knight; El Dictator / Sentinel / Twent y Twelve; Pro Pipe / Suspect / Threat; Geisha / Lad y / Maï Taï / Vamp; Origins Diamond, Origins Opal, Origins Topa; Origins Pearl / Origins Amber

- 1 cm

=

+ 4 cm TOTAL

This total centimetre length is a guide, your preferred length will be the ski closest to the recommended total.

Junior Ski Length Selection Ski length (and binding) according to weight and height of children* Child Height Child Weight* Approx. Age of Child XW Fury Junior XS 102861

Jade Junior XS 102868 24 Junior 111236 XW Fury Junior S 102860

Jade Junior S 102867 24 Junior 111236 XW Fury Junior M 102858

Jade Junior M 102866 24 Junior 111237 XW Fury Junior L 102857

Jade Junior L 102862 24 Junior 111237

85 to 95 cm

95 to 105 cm 105 to 115 cm 115 to 125 cm 125 to 135 cm 135 to 145 cm 145 to 155 cm 155 to 165 cm 165 to 175 cm

10 to 14 kg

14 to 18 kg

70 cm

80 cm

18 to 22 kg

22 to 26 kg

26 to 30 kg

90 cm

100 cm

110 cm

100 cm

110 cm

Beginner 3 to 7 Intermediate years old Good Beginner 3 to 7 Intermediate years old Good

T5

80 cm

37 to 45 kg

120 cm

130 cm

45 to 55 kg

55 to 65 kg

140 cm

150 cm

T5

T5

90 cm T5

T5 T5

Beginner 6 to 10 Intermediate years old Good

T5

T5

T5

120 cm 120 cm T5

T5

130 cm

T5

130 cm

L7

L7

L7

Beginner 8 to 15 Intermediate years old Good

140 cm

6 to 12 Intermediate years old Good

110 cm T5

L7

140 cm

150 cm

110 cm

120 cm

130 cm

110 cm

120 cm

130 cm

140 cm

120 cm

130 cm

140 cm

Beginner Shogun Junior 111203 Mai Tai Junior 111204

30 to 37 kg

Skiing Aptitude

T5 T5

T5 T5 L7

L7 T5 L7

L7 L7

L7

150 cm

L7

L7

140 cm L7

L7

L7

Example for Shogun Junior / Mai Tai Junior: a 6-year-old child weighing 25 kg (and measuring 120 cm), skiing at an intermediate level, must choose a 115 cm ski with a “TZ5” binding. *If weight is over 45 kg (142 Ibs), SALOMON strongly recommend to use an ADULT ski.

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Alpine Ski

Technical Features > 40

Drill Bit Selection For Salomon Skis Ski Model Equipe T, XW Fury Junior, Jade Junior, Shogun Junior, Mai Tai Junior All other models (except those above)

Ski Size < 140 cm

Drill Bit Diameter Tapping 3,6 mm No >= 140 cm 4,1 mm

All sizes

4,1 mm

Glue*

Torque

No

3 Nm (for these skis, use a hand screwdriver only to tighten the screws on the bindings.)

Salomon glue 4 Nm or epoxy

No

*Put the glue at the bottome of the hole

Recommendations For Use of Skis According to the Mass of Skier To guarantee the sufficient parameters of safety (i.e. the resistance of the screws to wrench), skiers must use skis, approximate with groups 1 to 4, in connection with the mass of the skier**.

Group of Ski 1 1, 2 1, 2, 3 (1, 2) 3, 4

Skier Weight (kg) greater than 65 kg 65 kg or less 45 kg or less 25 kg or less

**Extract from NF ISO 8364 June 2007

Ski Technical Reference Chart

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Sandwich Sidewalls Monocoque Edgy Monocoque Twintip Full Full Woodcore Composite All Mtn. All Mtn. Powerline Bamboo layer Basalt layer 3D Race Frame Double Double Ti Laminate Wider Edges Total Edge Reinforcement Edge Armor Race Base 4000 4000 Ptex XL (85) XL (85) Chassis (mm) Body (mm) 4000 L (79) 4000 L (79) 4000 L (79) 4000 M (75) 2000 M (75)

Oversized Pulse Pad; 3D Stealth Tip; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

2000 S (72)

Pulse Pad; 3D Stealth Tip; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

2000 S (72)

Pulse Pad; 3D Stealth Tip; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

4000

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

4000

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

4000

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

4000

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

4000

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

4000

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

4000

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

Protrak

Z12

Protrak

Z12

Protrak

Z11

Smartrak

Z10

Smartrak

L10

Lightrak

Double

Z12

Double

Protrak

Double

Z12

T

Double

Protrak

T

Carbon Double

Z14

T

T

Double

Protrak

T

T

Double

Z12

Full

Protrak

Race

Z14

Full

Lightrak

Race

L10

Full

Lightrak

Race

L10

Lightrak

Full

C

Z10

Race

C

Smartrak

Full

C

Z11

Platinum

Single

Oversized Pulse Pad; 3D Stealth Tip; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

Single

Oversized Pulse Pad; 3D Stealth Tip; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

4000

Double

T

Oversized Pulse Pad; 3D Stealth Tip; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

4000

Double Double

T

Single

Full

Titanium

Protrak

Oversized Pulse Pad; 3D Stealth Tip; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

Z12

T

Protrak

Z12

Full

Wide Sensitive Plate; Oversized Pulse Pad; Square Tail; All Terrain Rocker; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

Full

T

Double

Wide Sensitive Plate; Oversized Pulse Pad; Square Tail; All Terrain Rocker; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

Double

System

T

Double

Binding

2000

H 24 Sport + JL10 B80

Protrak

Specific Features Other

Single

K 24 GT Pro + Z10 B80

Base

Single

K 24 Daytona + Z11 B80

Z12

Full

K 24 Hours + Z12 B75

Edges

Race

K 24 X + Z12 B75

49.5 50.2 51.0 51.8 52.5 53.2 54.0 54.8 44.4 45.0 45.6 46.2 44.4 45.0 45.6 46.2 47.4 48.3 49.2 50.1 47.4 48.3 49.2 50.1 47.4 48.3 49.2 50.1 46.0 45.8 47.5 48.3 49.0

260 270 280 290 260 270 280 290

T

Full

K Crossmax + Z12 B75

47.0 47.7 48.5 49.3 47.0 47.7 48.5 49.3 46.3 47.1 47.9 48.7 49.5 47.1 47.9 48.7 49.5 47.1 47.9 48.7 49.5

ON PISTE: Race / Allround

K 3V Race Powerline + Z12

2130 2230 2330 2430 1850 1950 2050 2150 2000 2070 2140 2210 2280 1990 2060 2130 2200 1710 1780 1850 1920 1760 1880 2000 2120 1740 1860 1980 2100 1620 1725 1830 1935 1515 1620 1725 1830 1935 2180 2250 2320 2390 2300 2400 2500 2620 2300 2400 2500 2620 2130 2230 2330 2450 1900 1980 2080 2180 1900 1980 2080 2180 1900 1980 2080 2180 1720 1790 1860 1930 2000 1575 1680 1785 1890 1995 1535 1640 1745 1850 1955

K 3V Race Powerline + Z14 B75

706 744 781 816 706 744 781 816 633 668 704 740 776 668 704 740 776 668 704 740 776 645 685 725 766 645 685 725 766 642 678 713 749 599 642 678 713 749 680 721 752 783 680 721 752 783 638 663 690 720 638 663 690 720 645 687 730 774 645 687 730 774 645 687 730 774 611 648 686 725 765 606 641 676 712 748 606 641 676 712 748

Magnesium Magnesium Titanium

K 2V Race Powerline + Z12

14.0 15.6 17.4 19.3 14.0 15.6 17.4 19.3 11.4 12.9 15.6 16.3 18.2 12.9 15.6 16.3 18.2 12.9 15.6 16.3 18.2 12.0 13.6 15.3 17.2 12.0 13.6 15.3 17.2 12.2 13.2 14.1 15.1 11.4 12.2 13.2 14.1 15.1 16.0 17.0 17.5 19.0 16.0 17.0 17.5 19.0 11.2 12.0 12.5 13.2 11.2 12.0 12.5 13.2 12.1 13.6 15.1 16.8 12.1 13.6 15.1 16.8 12.1 13.6 15.1 16.8 10.4 11.7 13.1 14.6 16.3 11.9 12.8 13.9 14.8 15.7 11.9 12.8 13.9 14.8 15.7

C

Alium

K 2V Race Powerline + Z14

109 110 111 112 109 110 111 112 104 105 106 107 108 105 106 107 108 105 106 107 108 101 102 103 104 101 102 103 104 100 101 102 103 99 100 101 102 103 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 98 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 99 101 103 105 99 101 103 105 99 101 103 105 101 102 103 104 105 98 99 100 101 102 98 99 100 101 102

3D Race 3D Race 3D Race 3D Race

H X-Wing 4 + JL10 B80

82 83 84 85 82 83 84 85 76 77 78 79 80 77 78 79 80 77 78 79 80 73 74 75 76 73 74 75 76 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 70 71 72 73 70 71 72 73 70 71 72 73 69 70 71 72 73 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72

Reinforcement

Waist Width

3D Sport

H X-Wing 6 + JL10 B80

163 127 108788 170 127 119924 177 127 184 127 163 127 127 111687 170 177 127 184 127 152 120 159 120 111127 166 120 173 120 180 120 159 120 120 111135 166 173 120 180 120 159 120 120 119981 166 173 120 180 120 152 120 120 111136 160 168 120 176 120 152 120 120 111137 160 168 120 176 120 151 114 115 111139 158 165 116 172 117 144 113 151 114 111140 158 115 165 116 172 117 164 112 112 120030 171 178 112 185 112 164 112 112 111101 171 178 112 185 112 155 117 118 120031 160 165 119 170 120 155 117 118 111104 160 165 119 170 120 154 119 119 111113 162 170 119 178 119 154 119 119 111100 162 170 119 178 119 154 119 119 111116 162 170 119 178 119 148 119 155 119 111118 162 119 169 119 176 119 144 115 151 116 111120 158 117 165 118 172 119 144 115 151 116 111741 158 117 165 118 172 119

Construction & Core

3D Sport

H X-Wing 8 + KZ10 B80

Weight (g per 1/2 pair)

K XW Storm + Z11 B80

Midsole (mm)

N XW Tornado Ti

Radius (mm)

K XW Tornado Ti + Z12 B80

Tail (mm)

ALL-MOUNTAIN SKIS: X-Wing

K XW Tornado Ti Pl + Z12 B

Waist (mm)

N XW Enduro

Tip (mm)

K XW Enduro + Z12 B90

Length (cm)

Ref. and Commercial Designation

Option Rocker Shape (mm)

MEASUREMENTS SIDECUTS

Thickness

TECHNICAL RECAP

10/14/10 4:28 PM


Alpine Ski MEASUREMENTS

SPM 11 EN.indb 41

Lightrak

Lightrak

L9

Full

C

C

C

C

C

Single

L9

C

Lightrak

225 250 300 210 210 210

• •

4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 4000 2000

T

4000

Z10 Ti

4000

Lightrak

2000

Z10 Ti

T

2000

G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

2000

Protrak

G1 ISO Norm

G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

2000

Z10 Ti

• C

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm

G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

4000

Full Full Full

Sandwich • •

Pulse Pad; Twin Rocker FS; G1 ISO Norm

Oversized Pulse Pad; 3D Stealth Tip; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector Oversized Pulse Pad; 3D Stealth Tip; Women Stance (Fwd mounted binding (+ 8 mm)); G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector Pulse Pad; Women Stance (Fwd mounted binding (+ 8 mm)); G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector Pulse Pad; Women Stance (Fwd mounted binding (+ 8 mm)); G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector Women Stance (Fwd mounted binding (+ 8 mm)); G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

Women Stance (Fwd mounted binding (+ 8 mm)); G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

Women Stance (Fwd mounted binding (+ 8 mm)); G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

Women Stance (Fwd mounted binding (+ 8 mm)); G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

W T A

4000

N Vamp

Lightrak

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm

Semi Twin Tip Tail; Rocker; G1 ISO Norm

W T A

4000

N Mai Tai

L9

Pulse Pad; Semi Twin Tip Tail; Rocker; G1 ISO Norm

W T A

4000

N Lady

C

Lightrak

Semi Twin Tip Tail; G1 ISO Norm

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm ; Wide Body Shape (>– 85 mm)

W T

2000

N Geisha

Lightrak

Single

H Origins Amber + JL9 B80

Z10 Ti

Single

N Origins Pearl

Lightrak

Single

H Origins Pearl + JL9 B80

C

Z10 Ti

L9

W T

W T

Single

H Origins Pearl + JL9 B80

Pulse Pad; Semi Twin Tip Tail; Rocker; G1 ISO Norm

W T A

Single

N Origins Topaz

G1 ISO Norm ; Wide Body Shape (>– 85 mm)

Full

WOMEN: All-Mountain

H Origins Topaz + KZ10 Ti

W T A

Full

H Origins Opal + KZ10 Ti B

Pulse Pad; Semi Twin Tip Tail; Rocker; G1 ISO Norm

Full

K Origins Diamond + Z10 Ti

46.3 47.1 47.9 48.7

W T A

W T

H Fresh Touch + JL9 B80

H Vital Touch + KZ10 Ti B8

Pulse Pad; High Twin Tip Tail; Rocker; G1 ISO Norm

W T

WOMEN: On piste

H Select Touch + KZ10 Ti B

N Threat

N Suspect

C

N Twenty Twelve

112 112 112 116 116 116 115 115 115 115 115 112 112 112 112 112 98 99 100 101 102 98 99 100 101 102 98 99 100 101 102 104 105 106 107 100 101 102 103 100 101 102 103 100 101 102 103 98 99 100 101 102 98 99 100 101 102 98 99 100 101 102 98 99 100 101 102 114 116 118 112 113 114 115 115 115 112 112 112 112

FREESKI: Park & Pipe

N Dumont Pro Pipe

112

N The Knight

Flat Tail; Rocker; G1 ISO Norm

W T

Double •

N Lord

38.3 40.0 44.7 54.9 20.6 23.1 25.9 28.7 13.6 15.4 17.4 19.5 14.2 16.3 18.5 19.6 15.7 18.0 20.5 17.6 19.7 21.9 13.0 15.1 17.3 18.5 19.7 14.0 14.2 16.3 18.5 19.6 11.9 12.8 13.9 14.8 15.7 11.9 12.8 13.9 14.8 15.7 11.9 12.8 13.9 14.8 15.7 11.4 12.9 15.6 16.3 10.5 12.0 13.6 15.3 10.5 12.0 13.6 15.3 10.5 12.0 13.6 15.3 10.5 11.4 12.2 13.2 14.1 10.5 11.4 12.2 13.2 14.1 10.5 11.4 12.2 13.2 14.1 10.5 11.4 12.2 13.2 14.1 18.5 20.6 23.1 11.9 13.6 15.4 13.0 15.1 17.3 14.0 14.2 16.3 18.5

• •

N Shogun

115 118 121 123 116 118 120 122 113 114 115 116

Pulse Pad; Square Tail; All Terrain Rocker; G1 ISO Norm

W T

L (79)

581 626 670 670 250 300 350 400 210 210 210 210

105 108 111 114 97 99 101 103 85 86 87 88 85 85 85 85 85 85 85 91 91 91 86 86 86 86 86 85 85 85 85 85 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 76 77 78 79 72 73 74 75 72 73 74 75 72 73 74 75 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 95 97 99 84 85 86 86 86 86 85 85 85 85

W T

4000

2020 2120 2220 2318 1852 1944 2040 2140 1690 1790 1890 1990 1560 1660 1760 1800 1785 1885 1985 1785 1885 1985 1560 1650 1740 1790 1840 1285 1560 1660 1760 1800 1515 1620 1725 1830 1935 1515 1620 1725 1830 1935 1515 1620 1725 1830 1935 1750 1820 1890 1960 1620 1740 1860 1980 1620 1740 1860 1980 1360 1480 1600 1720 1410 1515 1620 1725 1830 1410 1515 1620 1725 1830 1150 1255 1360 1465 1570 1410 1515 1620 1725 1830 1640 1852 1944 1590 1690 1790 1560 1650 1740 1283 1560 1660 1760

166 125 128 111143 174 182 131 190 133 164 126 128 102732 173 182 130 191 132 161 128 128 102735 169 177 128 185 128 151 122 122 107490 161 171 122 176 122 161 122 111146 171 122 181 122 163 123 111147 171 123 179 123 151 122 161 122 111148 171 122 176 122 181 122 141 122 151 122 102752 161 122 171 122 176 122 144 115 151 116 111161 158 117 165 118 172 119 144 115 151 116 111163 158 117 165 118 172 119 144 115 151 116 111165 158 117 165 118 172 119 152 120 120 111150 159 166 120 173 120 144 120 120 111156 152 160 120 168 120 144 120 120 111154 152 160 120 168 120 144 120 120 118469 152 160 120 168 120 137 112 144 113 111416 151 114 158 115 165 116 137 112 144 113 111157 151 114 158 115 165 116 137 112 144 113 118468 151 114 158 115 165 116 137 112 144 113 111159 151 114 158 115 165 116 153 124 102734 164 126 173 128 153 128 102748 161 128 169 128 151 122 111170 161 122 171 122 141 122 122 102753 151 161 122 171 122

M (75)

745/775 780/810 816/846 853/883 730 770 810 850 706 748 791 835 713/738 740/775 820/855 851/886 796 845 895 803 843 882 692/742 742/792 792/842 817/867 842/892 666/691 713/738 740/775 820/855 851/886 614 649 684 720 756 614 649 684 720 756 614 649 684 720 756 633 668 704 740 614 653 693 733 614 653 693 733 614 653 693 733 581 607 650 686 721 581 607 650 686 721 581 607 650 686 721 581 607 650 686 721 690 730 770 664 706 748 692/742 742/792 792/842 666/691 713/738 740/775 820/855

N Czar

4000

720

M (75)

290

4000

840

M (75)

111691 192 147 127 137 48.5

2000

N Rocker

Pulse Pad; Flat Tail; All Terrain Rocker; G1 ISO Norm

S (72)

270 280 290 300

2000

1900 2000 2100 2200

119 120 121 122

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

W T

S (72)

715 754 792 832

93 94 95 96

C

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

2000

17.8 19.8 21.1 24.3

129 129 129 129

Lightrak

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

S (72)

N Sentinel

170 111145 177 184 191

L10

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Tip Protector

2000

300

Specific Features Other

S (72)

2600

Double

856

Single

111144 194 139 114 124 43.4

Smartrak

Full

N El Dictator

Z10

Full

1680 1785 1890 1995

T

Full

641 676 712 748

Full

72 99 12.8 72 100 13.9 72 101 14.8 72 102 15.7

Full

116 117 118 119

Protrak

H 24 Hours Pwline S1+ L10

151 111694 158 165 172

Z12

Magnesium Titanium

1790 1860 1930 2000

Alium

648 686 725 765

• •

11.7 13.1 14.6 16.3

T

• •

ON PISTE: Japanese Demo FREESKI: Exploring FREESKI: Big Mountain

K 24 Hours Pwline S3+ Z10 B

70 71 72 73

Base

Sandwich Sidewalls 3D Race Monocoque Edgy Monocoque Twintip • Full Full Woodcore Composite Alium Magnesium Titanium Race Powerline Bamboo layer Basalt layer 3D Race Frame Single Double Double Ti Laminate Wider Edges Total Edge Reinforcement Edge Armor Race Base 2000 4000 4000 4000 Ptex Chassis (mm) Body (mm)

45.8 47.5 48.3 49.0

119 119 119 119

Protrak

Dbl. 3D Sport •

102 103 104 105

155 111467 162 169 176

Z14

• •

Thickness 44.4 45.0 45.6 46.2 47.4 48.3 49.2 50.1

Edges

Double •

Weight (g per 1/2 pair) 2300 2400 2500 2620 1900 1980 2080 2180

Reinforcement

Double •

Midsole (mm) 638 663 690 720 645 687 730 774

• •

Radius (mm) 11.2 12.0 12.5 13.2 12.1 13.6 15.1 16.8

System

Tail (mm) 102 102 102 102 99 101 103 105

Construction & Core

Waist Width

Binding

Waist (mm) 67 67 67 67 70 71 72 73

Length (cm)

155 117 K 24 Hours Powerline LM+ 120033 160 118 165 119 Z14 170 120 154 119 K 24 Hours Pwline S5 + 162 119 111471 170 119 Z12 178 119

Ref. and Commercial Designation

WOMEN: Freeski

Option

Tip (mm)

SIDECUTS

Rocker Shape (mm)

TECHNICAL RECAP

Technical Reference > 41

C

10/14/10 4:28 PM


Alpine Ski

RENTAL: Junior Rtl

RENTAL: Women Rtl R: Freeski

FR Crossmax 120 + L10 SC B

111209 125 112 78 102 10.5

556

1580

713/738 740/775 820/855 851/886 581 607 650 686 721 581 607 650 686 721 585 635

1560 1660 1760 1800 1550 1655 1760 1865 1970 1150 1255 1360 1465 1570 1460 1560

L10 SC

ITF Loc

1240 1360

T5 SC ITF Loc Junior

FR 24 Jr R S + T5 SC FR 24 Jr R XS + T5 SR FR XW Fury Junior L + L7 S

100 111820 100 110 103 70 91 111824 80 96 90 100 107 111815 140 150 108

65 65 65 65 65 65 65

84 7.0 86 7.5 75 4.5 79 5.0 83 5.5 88 13.0 89 14.0

405 450 300 330 365 585 635

980 1000 760 800 890 1460 1560

T5 SR ITF Loc Junior

FR XW Fury Junior M+ T5 SC

106 65 111822 120 130 107 65

86 9.5 87 11.0

485 535

1240 1360

T5 SC ITF Loc Junior

FR XW Fury Junior S+ T5 SC FR XW Fury Junior XS + T5 FR Jade Junior L+ L7 SC

100 111821 100 110 103 70 91 111825 80 96 90 100 107 111816 140 150 108

65 65 65 65 65 65 65

84 7.0 86 7.5 75 4.5 79 5.0 83 5.5 88 13.0 89 14.0

405 450 300 330 365 585 635

980 1000 760 800 890 1460 1560

T5 SC ITF Loc Junior T5 SR ITF Loc Junior

FR Jade Junior M+ T5 SC

106 65 111818 120 130 107 65

86 9.5 87 11.0

485 535

1240 1360

T5 SC ITF Loc Junior

FR Jade Junior S+ T5 SC

100 111819 100 110 103 70 91 111826 80 96 90 100

84 86 75 79 83

405 450 300 330 365

980 1000 760 800 890

T5 SC ITF Loc Junior

SPM 11 EN.indb 42

L10 SC

ITF Loc

L7 SC ITF Loc Junior

T5 SC ITF Loc Junior

L7 SC ITF Loc Junior

L7 SC ITF Loc Junior

T5 SR ITF Loc Junior

C C C C C C C C C C C C

1840

C

1840

C

1840 1840 1840 1840 1840 1840 1840 1840

C

1840

C

1840

C

4000 M (75)

C

2000 S (72)

G1 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Size Color Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Mat Top Sheet (only C/O version is concerned); Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector

2000 S (72)

Pulse Pad; Women Stance (Fwd mounted binding (+ 8 mm)); G1 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Mat Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector

G1 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Mat Top Sheet (only C/O version is concerned); Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector

2000 M (75)

Sandwich Sidewalls 3D Race 3D Race 3D Race 3D Race Monocoque Edgy Monocoque Twintip Full Full Full Full Woodcore Composite Powerline Bamboo layer Basalt layer 3D Race Frame Double Double Double Double Ti Laminate Wider Edges Total Edge Reinforcement Edge Armor Race Base 1840 4000 4000 4000 4000 Ptex Chassis (mm) Body (mm) • • • • • •

ITF Loc

485 535

FR Jade Junior XS+ T5 SR

• Lightrak

86 9.5 87 11.0

7.0 7.5 4.5 5.0 5.5

C

106 65 111817 120 130 107 65

65 65 65 65 65

• ITF Loc

Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm

G1 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Size Color Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector

4000

L10 SC

C

FR 24 Jr R M + T5 SC

NR Origins Crystal R

14.2 16.3 18.5 19.6 10.5 11.4 12.2 13.2 14.1 10.5 11.4 12.2 13.2 14.1 13.0 14.0

L10 SC

C

ITF Loc

FR 24 Jr R L + L7 SC

FR Origins Crystal + L10 SC

112 112 112 112 98 99 100 101 102 98 99 100 101 102 88 89

L10 SC

C

151 122 122 111217 161 171 122 176 122 137 112 144 113 111216 151 114 158 115 165 116 137 112 144 113 102820 151 114 158 115 165 116 107 111814 140 150 108

NR The Knight R

85 85 85 85 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 65 65

Lightrak

Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector

4000

NR 24 Sport R

C

W T

G3 ISO Norm; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Tip Protector

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Size Color Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector

4000

FR 24 Sport R + L10 SC B80

Pulse Pad; G3 ISO Norm

Pulse Pad; G1 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector

Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Tip Protector Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet G3 ISO Norm; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Tip Protector Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Tip Protector Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet

Bar Coding; Size Color Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Mat Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector Semi Twin Tip Tail; G1 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector

2000

RENTAL: On piste

HR 24 GT Pro R + Lightrak

C

Pulse Pad; G3 ISO Norm

G3 ISO Norm; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Tip Protector

2000

FR XW Focus + L10 SC B80

C •

Pulse Pad; G3 ISO Norm

Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet

4000

NR X-Wing 6 R

C

Pulse Pad; G3 ISO Norm

S (72)

FR X-Wing 6 R + L10 SC B80

C

Specific Features Other

G3 ISO Norm; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Tip Protector

4000

RENTAL: All-Mountain

HR X-Wing 8 R + Lightrak R

Base

Women Stance (Fwd mounted binding (+ 8 mm)); G1 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Mat Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector

S (72)

N Mai Tai Jr

Edges

1840 1840 1840 1840 1840 1840 1840 1840 1840 1840 1840 1840

N Shogun Jr

Reinforcement

JUNIOR: Freeski Jr

N Jade Junior XS

C

N Jade Junior S

C

N Jade Junior M

C

N Jade Junior L

C

N XW Fury Junior XS

C

N XW Fury Junior S

106 102858 120 130 107 90 100 102860 100 100 110 103 91 102861 70 80 96 140 107 102862 150 108 106 102866 120 130 107 90 100 102867 100 100 110 103 91 102868 70 80 96 110 92 99 111203 120 130 106 140 122 110 92 99 111204 120 130 106 140 122 144 120 152 120 102808 160 120 168 120 176 120 137 112 113 111328 144 151 114 158 115 111218 165 116 172 117 137 112 144 113 102815 151 114 111212 158 115 165 116 172 117 111331 125 112 135 113 116 111467 145 155 119 165 122 119391 175 123 144 115 151 116 111205 158 117 165 118 172 119 144 115 151 116 111207 158 117 165 118 172 119 144 115 151 116 111208 158 117 165 118 172 119

C

JUNIOR: All-Mountain Jr

N XW Fury Junior M

C

N XW Fury Junior L

C

N 24 Jr

Lightrak

3D Sport

JUNIOR: On piste Jr

N 24 Jr

L10 Jr

3D Sport

1360 1460 880 1000 1100 1200 400 440 530 620 640 1100 1200 880 1000 530 620 640 400 440 1100 1200 880 1000 530 620 640 400 440 715 905 1095 1285 715 905 1095 1285 1620 1740 1860 1980 2100 1550 1655 1760 1865 1970 2075 1150 1255 1360 1465 1570 1675 1580 1690 1800 1910 2020 2130 1495 1600 1705 1810 1915 1635 1740 1845 1950 2055 1235 1340 1445 1550 1655

3D Race

585 635 485 535 585 635 300 330 365 405 450 585 635 485 535 365 405 450 300 330 585 635 485 535 365 405 450 300 330 487 532 577 666 487 532 577 666 606 645 685 725 766 573 599 642 678 713 749 573 599 642 678 713 749 556 545 595 645 695 755 606 641 676 712 748 606 641 676 712 748 606 641 676 712 748

13.0 14.0 9.5 11.0 13.0 14.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 7.0 7.5 13.0 14.0 9.5 11.0 5.5 7.0 7.5 4.5 5.0 13.0 14.0 9.5 11.0 5.5 7.0 7.5 4.5 5.0 19.5 17.0 15.5 14.0 19.5 17.0 15.5 14.0 10.5 12.0 13.6 15.3 17.2 10.5 11.4 12.2 13.2 14.1 15.1 10.5 11.4 12.2 13.2 14.1 15.1 10.5 13.0 13.5 14.0 14.5 15.0 11.9 12.8 13.9 14.8 15.7 11.9 12.8 13.9 14.8 15.7 11.9 12.8 13.9 14.8 15.7

Lightrak Jr

88 89 86 87 88 89 75 79 83 84 86 88 89 86 87 83 84 86 75 79 88 89 86 87 83 84 86 75 79 84 91 98 112 84 91 98 112 100 101 102 103 104 98 99 100 101 102 103 98 99 100 101 102 103 102 93 96 100 103 107 98 99 100 101 102 98 99 100 101 102 98 99 100 101 102

65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 65 76 78 80 85 76 78 80 85 72 73 74 75 76 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 78 74 74 74 74 74 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72

L10 Jr

• •

107 117955 140 150 108 120 106 130 107 111237 140 107 150 108 70 91 80 96 111236 90 100 100 100 110 103 107 102857 140 150 108

11.5 11.9

920 980

525 560

88 10.0 91 10.5

105 63 111306 130 137 108 63

Smartrak Grip

H 3V Race Jr + JL10 Jr B80 H 24 Jr + JL10 Jr B80

Z11

905 12.8 1050 13.64

595 630

Lightrak Jr

93 11.0 96 11.5

Smartrak Grip

110 64 120037 144 151 112 64

Z11 L10 Jr

J 3V Race Jr + Z11 B75

870 12.65 970 13.5 1060 14.6 850 10.9 935 11.6 1020 12.45

625 660 695 540 575 610

Midsole (mm)

17.0 17.0 17.5 14.0 14.0 14.0

Radius (mm)

84 86 88 80 83 86

Tail (mm)

64 64 64 63 64 64

System

Waist (mm)

101 103 105 96 101 104

Construction & Core

Waist Width

Binding

Tip (mm)

H 2V Race Jr + JL10 Jr B80

151 120035 158 165 130 111304 137 144

J 2V Race Jr + Z11 B75

Thickness

Length (cm)

Ref. and Commercial Designation

Option Rocker Shape (mm)

MEASUREMENTS SIDECUTS

Weight (g per 1/2 pair)

TECHNICAL RECAP

Technical Reference > 42

Women Stance (Fwd mounted binding (+ 8 mm)); G1 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Mat Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector G3 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base G3 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base G3 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base; Tip Protector Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base Screw Length < 6 mm +/- 0,5; G3 ISO Norm; Bar Coding; Reinforced Structured Top Sheet; Reinforced Black Base;

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Alpine Ski

Maintenance & Repair > 43

Maintenance & Repairs Ski maintenance Good ski maintenance is just as important for the recreational skier as for the racer. A fine-tuned ski lasts longer. A well-prepared ski turns better, grips the snow better and glides better on all types of snow. The ski tune-up involves three steps: 1. Daily check-up - at the end of everyday of skiing. 2. Machine tuning - for quick work. 3. Complete hand tuning - for skier’s specific needs.

Check-up • Visually check to see if any rust has developed on the edges.

• Remove any traces with fine, 220-230 grit sandpaper.

• If necessary, sharpen and polish edges using sandpaper wrapped around a file.

• Clean the base and wax with Swix wax.

Machine tuning

S

A

D

Ski check-up • Visually check to determine what needs to be tuned. • Remove major deep scratches on edges with whetstone (see page 44 for repairing). • Remove any traces of wax or grease.

Fa

Fb

Fill in any holes in the base (see base repairs on page 45)

Depending on the conditions of the base and materials available: a) Grind entire base surface. Fig. A b) Fill-in scratches with base repair material. c) Repair any large damaged areas with base patch/die.

Stone grinding the ski base Surface Smoothing Grinding Rotation speed 1000 t/mn Pressure 2,5 Ski feed speed 10 m/mn Dressing Dressing rate 9 - 12 mm/s

(depending on the condition of the ski)

Semi Finishing Grinding Rotation speed 800 to 900 t/mn Pressure 2,5 Ski feed speed 10 m/mn Dressing Dressing rate 4 - 16 mm/s

Finishing Grinding Rotation speed 400 to 500 t/mn Minimum Pressure Ski feed speed 10 - 11 m/mn Dressing Dressing rate 7 - 8 mm/s

Dressing speed Dressing speed Dressing speed Micro automatic (1300 t/mn) (1300 t/mn) (1300t/mn) Values from Wintersteiger machines (Micro 81 – Micro 91) or equivalent machines.

Ski tuning on beveled/recessed edges Parameter of the Beveled edge machine Program 1 Angle 1° Program from Wintersteiger machine (Trim Disc).

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Recessed edge Angle 1°

Stone grinding For Prolink skis, install the Binding-Bridge kit according to the Maintenance Specifics paragraph on page 44. a) Surface smoothing – Place the skis on a flat surface. – Eliminate any excess polyethylene on the base with a hand base plane to decrease the risks of contaminating the stone. b) Semi Finishing – Stone grind until the base becomes flat and glossy. – Avoid overheating and use of a dirty stone (lengthwise streaks on base are from stone contaminant). – Dress the stone regularly to keep it in good condition (when using a belt grinding machine: use 80 grit belt).

c) Finishing Fig. S – Stone grind to obtain a fine structure (when using a belt grinding machine: use 150 grit belt). – Do not use a dirty stone which creates fluff/hair. d) Beveled/recessed finish For skis with beveled/recessed finish, we recommend a straight, fine stone-ground structured base. Note: always make the last run in this direc­tion: Tip – Tail. Concerning the machine parame­ters, consult the machine manufacturer.

Edge finishing We recommend grinding the edges with a cup grinding wheel. Fig. D • Check the angle adjustment beforehand. • Make sure the stones are well lubricated. • Make sure the edges are not burnt (brown color). • Check the tuning lengths.

• Smooth the edges by hand with a soft stone (Fig. Fa) or Scotch Brite® (Fig. Fb) • Make sure all burrs are removed and smooth down again, if necessary. For non equiped retailers they can do a classic tuning.

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Maintenance & Repair > 44

Maintenance & Repairs (continued) Machine tuning (continued)

G

Lateral finish (Fig. G): • Lateral finishing with lubricated 220 belt (or use the smallest grit possible). • Pass over the edges 1-2 times depending on the condition of the edges.

K

H

• A double sided sharpener will maintain the ski’s proper side cut. • For a performance preparation, polish the base edge with a pol­ ish­ing stone or whetstone to elim­in­ ate any file marks on the edges.

L

J

• Remove burrs and polish edges with a lubricated Scotch Brite® belt machine at a slow speed. Fig. J • Be careful to lubricate sufficiently to avoid burning the base.

:

• Carefully remove all burrs with a soft stone. • Quickly wipe the ski to avoid staining from the dried lubricant.

A well-sharpened ski is always sharper underfoot than at the extremities of the ski.

Tools: • Wax remover • Iron with thermostat • Wax applicator • Plastic scraper • Brush

Waxing, scraping and brushing a) Waxing (Fig. K) - It’s best to use melted wax. - Clean the base thoroughly. - Make sure the iron is set at the appropriate temperature so that only the wax is melted. (Temperature 110 °C +/- 5 °C or 230 °F +/10 °F).

Excess heat (above 120 °C or 248°F) can be harmful to both wax and ski, and can even cause permanent loss of glide qualities in the base. - Choose a wax according to the wax manu­facturer’s recommendations. - Melt the selected wax over the entire length of the base, and let the wax cool to room temperature.

b) Scraping (Fig. L) - Remove the excess wax with a plastic scraper from tip to tail to leave only a very thin layer. - Remove wax from the base groove and ski edges as well.

structure desired) working from tip to tail. - A rotating brush removes the structure of the base for good glide. Strap the skis together. Position the straps at the base contact points.

c) Brushing (Fig. :) - Brush the base with a nylon brush (or other type depending on the

Note: The skis can be stored readywaxed (unscraped) for an extended period of time (e.g. between ski seasons).

Hand tuning A true bar is the basic tool for checking and assessing: • ski base flatness, • that the edge is slightly recessed from the base, • the extent of base scratches and appropriate repair. The edge angle checking tool is used to verify that the edge has an angle of 90°.

Ski check-up • Check the base and edges of your skis with a true bar. • If repairs are necessary, see instructions on page 45.

Smoothing the base and edges (Fig. D) Classic finish: If damage is only minor, use a file to tune ; otherwise the ski must be tuned on a machine. Beveled/Recessed finish: the recommended bevel is between 1° and 1.5°.

Edge sharpening (Fig. D) • Sharpen base edges. • Sharpen side edges. On classic finish: make sure the edges are at 90°.

Cleaning the skis > Warning Pressurized cleaners are prohibited, as well as the following solvents:

› Acetone › 95° alcohol (due to risk of damaging the cosmetics of the top surface of the ski).

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On Beveled/Recessed finish: make sure that the beveled and recessed edge angle is between 1° and 1.5°. • Round off the tip and tail slightly. • Remove any burrs with soft stone or Scotchbrite®.

Polishing the edges Polish the edges with a whetstone, starting first on the base and then the sides.

Waxing, scraping and brushing Follow the same instructions as in machine tuning.

Tools: - Square - 20 cm (8 inch) file - Whetstone - Soft stone - Scrapers - Brushes

- Scotchbrite® - Sandpaper (220-320 grit) - Central holding vise - Swix wax

De-tuning the edge angle at the extremities Important: After all finishing operations (by hand or machine) it is essential to remove any burrs from edges and to polish the edges to ensure good ski performance.

Maintenance specifics > Prolink adapter Tuning skis with prolink on automatically programmable machines and machines with a lead: To be able to tune skis with the Y and V prolink, we have developed a specific tuning kit in cooperation with the Wintersteiger company.

This new Prolink adapter can be mounted on the adjustable Wintersteiger bridge (ref. 2000: 7217-0111-V01) and is available at Wintersteiger under the reference 7217-0111- V05.

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Alpine Ski

Maintenance & Repair > 45

Maintenance & Repairs (continued) Repairing the surface of skis and snowblades

A

S

D

F

G

H

J

K

L

:

11

12

There are two methods for repairing the ski surface: 1) ‘One colored’ paste + Araldite® 2) ‘Multi colored’ Araldite® + white + coloring

Repair process: 1. With a cutter, outline the area to be repaired, then cut the top surface. Fig. A 2. Result after cutting the top surface. Fig. S 3. With a cutter, score area to repair (fibers) to improve bonding. Fig. D 4. To protect top surface, put adhesive tape around the area to repair. Fig. F 5. Prepare Araldite® resin with gun. 6. Which type of repair to choose: a) One-color surface repair b) Multicolored surface repair 7. Add a small quantity of coloring paste to the Araldite® resin. Gently mix (in order to avoid

The TPP top surface All the adult and Rental models are protected by the TPP (Transparent Polyamide Protection). Regarding the Junior models, they are protected by TP (Transparent Protection). The transparent tops cover the cosmetics underneath, which guarantees the durability of the cosmetics.

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bubbles) to obtain a homo­ge­ neous mixture. Add a small quantity of coloring paste (White DW 0131) to the Araldite® resin. White paste is used as a primer in order to have the desired colors afterwards. Gently mix (in order to avoid bubbles) to obtain a homo­ge­neous mixture. Fig. G 8. Apply thicker than top surface of the ski in the areas to be filled. Wait a few moments to eliminate bubbles if necessary. Fig. H 9. Put adhesive tape on the area to avoid running. Let it dry for 12 hours. Fig. J 10. After 12 hours of drying, remove the adhesive tape from the mixture. Do not remove the adhesive tape around the area which protects the top surface from scratches. Use the flat side of a cutter to scrape off the excess mixture. Fig. K

Base repairs

Superficial scratches Machine tuning will make the scratch disappear (see the ski maintenance repair)

11. Smooth it down with 600 grain sand paper. Remove the adhesive tape. Fig. L 12. Finish sanding gently in order to obtain a smooth surface. Be careful of the ski’s decor/cosmetics.

16. Using a dust-free cloth, wipe off the excess Araldite® to obtain a smooth, even surface. Let it dry for 30 minutes. The repair is 12 finished. Fig. ●

Create a decoration

13. For the coloring stage, do not try creating tone on tone to create the exact color of the ski. Trying to reproduce a motif of the ski design already present elsewhere is better and easier. The final layer of Araldite® tends to lighten colors. Fig. : 14. Use the Araldite® gun for a varnish finish which will protect the ski surface from cuts from the edges. A small quantity of Araldite® is sufficient. 15. Apply a fine layer of Araldite® with a cutter to avoid excessive 11 thickness. Fig. ●

Not very deep scratches or marks to be filled by machine - Pour the polyethylene. - Wait 10 minutes for the material to harden. - Remove the excess polyethylene with a steel spatula for a flat surface. - Proceed with machine tuning.

Materials needed: • Araldite® 2011 • Araldite® gun 50 ml • Araldite® coloring paste for smooth color (DW 0131 White, DW 0133 Red, DW 0137 Black, DW 0132 Yellow, DW 0134 Green, DW 0135 Blue) • White paste for undercoating for decoration (DW 0131 White) • Felt pen to color the design, type 3 points, permanent (Ref: Pantone 87828 color number).

Accessories: • Cutter • Adhesive tape • Towel • Sand paper, Grain 600

Deep cuts - Cut out the damaged area with the base patch die. - Cut a piece of the base material with the base patch die. - Glue it into the damaged area. - Hold it in place with a clamp and press repair (glue the pieces with Loctite® 406 or slow Araldite®). - Proceed with machine tuning.

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Alpine Ski

Maintenance & Repair > 46

Maintenance & Repairs (continued) Replacing the tip protector

A

a

S

D

b

F

J

G

H

a

2007/2008 Rental Tip Protector “Triangle” tip protector (fig. Aa). “Hexagonal” tip protector (fig. Ab). 1. Check that the tip protector is on the right position (Salomon logo on top foil side (fig. S). 2. Set up the tip protector on the lateral groove with a rubber hammer (fig. D&F). 3. Set up the tip protector on the central groove (fig. G). 4. Finish the mounting on the second lateral groove with a rubber hammer (fig. H).

Others rental models use rental tip protector range 05 ”Triangle” tip protector (fig. Ja). “Hexagonal” tip protector (fig. Jb). 1. Insert the tip protector on the ski. 2. Place the 2 screws in the 2 holes face the running base and screw on (1N.m).

b Replacing edges

A

S

F

G

D

Repair process: 1. Verify that the ski can be repaired. 2. Remove the binding and clean the ski. 3. Check the length of the edge to be replaced. Fig. A Cut out the base where the edge must be changed (10 mm beyond) with the base patch die or cutter (in this case, make a reproducible cut-out). Fig. S 4. Cut the 2 sides of edges between two wings with 45° angle, as illustrated. 5. Cut out the edge carefully with cutter or wood chisel, then roughen the area with 80 grit sandpaper. Fig. D 6. Cut the new edge, trim it and remove the grease.

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7. Place the new edge and screw 2 wings near the tip. Wedge in place in order to maintain a good profile and keep the edge horizontal. Fig. F 8. Apply epoxy to affected area and heat slightly with heat gun, concentrating on each wing. 9. Put plastic over cut out area and insert piece of new base material. 10. Cover the affected area with mold release paper and place ski in heat press. Fig. G 11. When the epoxy has cured, remove the ski from the heat press and remove base patch and plastic film.

12. Reapply epoxy to the affected area. 13. Carefully insert piece of base material into cut-out area. 14. Cover affected area with mold release paper and place ski in heat press. 15. When the epoxy has cured, remove the ski from the heat press. 16. Grind base and edge locally. 17. Plane patch area to obtain proper geometry with base plane or file. 18. Repair any damage to top layer with a mixture of epoxy and colorant. 19. Tune and wax the ski.

Materials • screw (wood, 1,5 x 15 mm) • epoxy • epoxy colorant or methane glue • mold release paper or PE film • base patch die (KT Technic) • cutter, ruler • scale model drilling machine with cutting disc • narrow screwdriver • heat gun • wood chisel • repair press 200 mm length • base plane Wintersteiger, file • belt grinder • stone grinder

PARTS (see page 70) Reference # Item Name

S90190 Standard Salomon edges for all skis

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Boot

47

Photo: Christoffer Sjostrom. Skier: Kaj Zackrisson.

Technical reference for the complete line of current Salomon alpine boots

Standard Boot Norms Standard Boot Sole Dimensions > ISO 5355 The Alpine boot soles are standardized and bindings are designed accordingly. The standard norm concerns not only the shape and dimensions as illustrated, but also the friction coefficient of the area of the sole which is in contact with the anti-friction plate on the binding. In practical terms: The boot manufacturers who display one of the following markings: DIN, ISO, ÖN, UNI guarantee that they use standard norms. In the absence of any of these, check first with the boot manufacturer. These boots are designed for use with a pair of classic skis, and not with a monoski, snowboard or skiboard. It is the skier’s own responsibility if (s) he chooses to take the additional risks. When a pair of used boots is brought in, make sure that any worn parts are still within the norm.

Legend (measurements in mm) A B C D*

F E G

E F G H I RA RB RC RD

Adult boot 69 ± 2 70 70 100 (L < 300 mm) 120 (L >= 300 mm) 5±1 19 ± 1 30 ± 2 30 ± 1 4±1 41.5 ± 3.5 18 ± 1.5 ±4 4037min. 36.25 ± 0.75

Junior boot 62 ± 2 65 50 80 (L < 240 mm) 90 (L >= 240 mm) 3±1 16.5 ± 1.5 25 ± 2 1,5 27.5max. ±2 3±1 35 ± 3 16 ± 2 27 ± 3 34.5 ± 1

*L = boot sole length

Boot Toe

RB

RA

A

5 min. B

7±1

1,5 max.

F E

(bottom view)

G

40 min.

(side view)

Boot Heel

RC

RD I

H

6 min. 8±1

(side view)

A

D

C

(bottom view)

Boot Modification Any performance or fit modification of a boot that could effect the function between the boot and binding should be inspected to verify that the boot meets Standard Alpine Boot Norms. Mechanical Inspection is recommended after any such modification.

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Standards & Technical Features > 48

Technical Features Boot sole lengths MODELS X3 LAB X3 RC CS / X3 10 CS / X3 CS / GHOST / SHOGUN / POISON / X3 JR PRO / X3 JR MISSION RS / DIVINE RS MISSION / DIVINE pro Model/Kaïd/Keira/ KAos/Kreation IMPACT / IDOL / IMPACT JR CHARM FOCUS FOCUS GT X3 60 T3 T2 / Team T1 PERFORMA / IRONY SYMBIO RENTAL

15

208

16

17

208

18

223

19

20

21

240

240

247

257

240 223

240

247

259

22 22.5

MONDOPOINT SIZES 23 24 25 23.5 24.5 25.5 275 285 295

26 26.5 305

27 27.5 315

28 28.5 325

29 29.5

265

274

285

295

305

315

326

336

268 268

278 277

288 288

298 298

308 307

318 317

328 328

338 339

267

277

287

297

307

317

327

337

267 265 267 277 267 266

277 274 277 277 277 276

287 286 287 297 287 285

297 295 297 297 295 296

307 307 307 317 307 306

317

327

317 317

327 337

267 263

277 275

287 284

298 296

307 306

319 317

329 326

30 30.5

31 31.5

32 32.5

33 33.5

358 350

358 360

378

378

337

347

357

337 337

357 357

357 357

339 336

349 345

359

380

380

Last Recap Per Concept Models X3 LAB X3 / Instinct Impact / Idol Mission RS / Divine RS Mission / Divine Charm Quest Focus

95 mm Last •

98 mm Last

100 mm Last

102 mm Last

104 mm Last

106 mm Last

108 mm Last

Custom Shell Custom Shell • • • • •

Rental: Intelligent Color Coding

S

A

Rental : global solution provider. Available on all Salomon Rental boots. Color coding on the boots (Fig. A) matches the Synchro Center toe piece markings (Fig. S).

Color Coding Per Concept Size Color Code

Black

Green

Yellow

Orange

Red

Purple

Blue

274-288

289-304

305-318

319-334

335-348

349-384

23/23,5 24/24,5

25/25,5

26/26,5 27/27,5

28/28,5

29/29,5 30/30,5

31/31,5

22/22,5 23/23,5 24/24,5

25/25,5

26/26,5 27/27,5

28/28,5

29/29,5

30/30,5 31/31,5 32/33,5

22/22,5 23/23,5

24/24,5

25/25,5 26/26,5

27/27,5

28/28,5

Boot Sole Lengths (mm) 260-273 Impact/Idol

22/22,5 267 mm

Mission RS Divine RS

277 mm

278 mm

Quest

287 mm

278 mm

278 mm

297 mm

288 mm

298 mm

288 mm

298 mm

307 mm

308 mm

308 mm

317 mm

318 mm

318 mm

327 mm

337 mm

328 mm

347 mm

338 mm

328 mm

357 mm

358 mm

358 mm

378 mm

338 mm

Focus RS/ RS W / Jp

22/22,5

23/23,5 24/24,5

25/25,5

26/26,5 27/27,5

28/28,5

29/29,5

30/30,5 31/31,5

Mission/Divine

22/22,5

23/23,5 24/24,5

25/25,5

26/26,5 27/27,5

28/28,5

29/29,5

30/30,5 31/31,5

Symbio

22/22,5

23/23,5 24/24,5

25/25,5

26/26,5 27/27,5

28/28,5

29/29,5 30/30,5

Focus GT

Warning! 1 shell length for 2 sizes

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267 mm

268 mm

263 mm

277 mm

278 mm

287 mm

288 mm

275 mm

284 mm

22

23

277 mm

297 mm

277 mm

298 mm

296 mm

24

297 mm

25

297 mm

307 mm

307 mm

317 mm

317 mm

306 mm

317 mm

26

27

317 mm

317 mm

327 mm

337 mm

328 mm

326 mm

339 mm

336 mm

28

337 mm

357 mm

350 mm

357 mm

360 mm

345 mm

29

337 mm

30

357 mm

31

357 mm

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Boot

Salomon Foot Measurer > 49

Salomon Foot Measurer Warning, procedure, and recommendations Warning Salomon developed a foot mea­sur­er that will help you provide better customer service by being able to recommend the size that cor­re­sponds to the dimensions (length and width) of the skier’s feet. However, using the measurer can never replace trying on a boot. The volume fit can be measured in two dimensions. The morphology of the foot and physical sensitivity of each individual, according to his/her sports activities and level (comfort/­ performance ratio), are also determining factors in the choice of size. The Salomon measurer can be used for all Salomon footwear products

(Alpine, X-C, Hiking, In-line skates, Snowboard) and takes into account the two fundamental dimensions of both feet. › The length (main measure­ment) : it can be read directly on 5 international size scales (US men’s/ US women’s/ UK / EUR / Mondopoint). › The width in direct correlation with the length measured. The width measurement is partic­u­larly useful to refine the mea­sure­ment in Mondopoint because it orients the customer towards the .0 sizes (narrow feet) or .5 sizes (wide feet).

Procedure 1. Have your customer take off his/her shoes and make sure that he/she is wearing appropriate ski socks (size and thickness). 2. With your customer standing up, legs parallel and knees slightly bent, make sure his/her heels and medial side of both feet are touching the sides of the measurer. 3. Slowly move the length guide Fig. A until it touches the tip of one foot. IMPORTANT: When you are moving the black transversal length guide, make sure you don’t put any pressure on the toes when measuring the foot. All you need to do is to barely touch the end of the longest toe. Too much pressure on the toes could lead to errors in reading by a few millimeters. 4. Read the size written vertically where the red line is in the window. Fig. S For Mondopoint, you have to take the width into account in the following manner: if the length of the foot measured is situated in this zone, this means the foot measures between 260 mm and

269 mm. Then, to choose between 26.0 and 26.5, you must look at the width scale Fig. D (in this case, make it correspond to the maximum foot width with size 26).

D

S

A

F

A foot that measures 261 mm would fit in size 26.5 (wide foot), whereas a foot that measures 268 mm can fit in size 26.0 (narrow foot). Fig. F NOTE: The increases in Mondopoint sizes represented by two triangles in a rectangle is made to remind you that the boot sole lengths change at the whole sizes, not the half sizes.

Remember that the size indicated on the measurer should be used to help the dealer orient the customer towards the proper size.

The New Salomon SIDAS Measurer This measurer allows measures of: • Length: real Mondopoint/french sizes/UK sizes/US sizes • Floating width in mm with the integration of the cos18 factor to extrapolate the length first head/fifth head. • Precision: +/- 3 mm • No care

The final choice as to the appropriate size should be left to the customer depending on whether he/ she prefers a snug fit or not. In principle, a technical skier who appreciates a snug fit will choose the size indicated on the measurer, while a ‘recreational’ skier will prefer a roomier fit and will choose one size higher.

Maintenance recommendations Use a damp cloth to clean the measurer. It is prohibited to use chemical agents, hot water, pressurized water, gasoline, alcohol, detergents, solvents or aerosols, which could permanently damage the plastic materials and erase the marks.

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Boot

Advanced Fit > 50

Advanced Fit Technology Liner Technical description

Liner Models New CustomFit generation

Thermoforming A

Thermoformable zones:

G D

A Straight and anatomical

tongue

- A thermoformable internal side that provides precision and comfort. - An external side that is more rigid on the tibia and more sup­ ple in the flex area for excellent pressure distribution without hindering flex. S Opened ankle area For ideal morphological adap­ta­ tion regardless of the size and shape of the bones.

Non-thermoformable zones: D Asymmetrical and rigid cuff Distributes pressure for instan­ ta­neous transmission of efforts.

J

F

S H

G Specific cuts for women and men to avoid pressure points on the lower calf. H More supple zones allow for easy entry/exit of the boot. J Forefoot – The space in front of the metatarsal is not ther­ mo­formable, which allows the toes to move freely.

Middle layer: For foot envelopment and power transmission - Thermoformable PE (CustomFit) or self-molding PU (Autofit)or preformed PE (Thermic Fit) suppleness Transmission foam coming from the Neoprene family for quick reactions.

Internal layer for foot hold: For warmth and comfort - Polyurethane (PU), open cell foam envelopment, breathability,  comfort High density CustomFit foam for superior envelopment.

External layer for contact with the shell: For pressure distribution and thermal insulation - Polyethylene, closed cell foam: insulation, warmth, lightness, better fit - PVC (Thermic + Rental): protection, ruggedness, durability - Sensifit cuff construction for envelopment of the leg - Supple exterior for contact with the shell and foot envelopment - Anatomical tongue

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Best performance. Extra low volume Compact Race liner (3 layers). Specific World Cup tongue allowing shock absorbing.

My CustomFit Race: Best performance. Low volume Compact Race liner (3 layers). Rigid sole.

My CustomFit Sport: Better customization of the tibia and ankles. One layer liner: thermoformable foam 70 % on original areas. My CustomFit Comfort: Better tibial customization. One layer liner: thermoformable foam 60 % on basic area (tongue).

My CustomFit Performance: F Watertight gusset

Layer construction

External layer Middle layer Internal layer

My CustomFit World Cup:

Women’s liner with anatomic tongues made of highly moldable foams for better shin and instep comfort in sensitive foot zones. A Sliding band Helps the heel slide in. S Specific tongue Autofit and CustomFit foams for better shin and forefoot comfort. D D My CustomFit Performance For a total CustomFit. F Polar fleece and/or fur Forefoot warmth. G Therm-ic™

Better comfort on the heel, metas & sole without altering performance. Two layers liner: thermoformable foam 80 % on all sensitive areas (heel + metas + sole).

Old CustomFit generation Course CF Pro / CustomFit Pro:

Autofit: Comfort, warmth,

CustomFit technology + bi-material technology. 100 % foot hold and contact with the shell. Due to a specific 3 layer performance construction.

insulation and personalized foot envelopment. Self-molding foams allow the liner to take on the shape of the foot allowing anatomical adaptation of the foot’s sensitive areas: the tibia, ankle, forefoot and anklebones. ThermicFit: Comfort and warmth - Pre-formed zones protect the tibia and the forefoot. - A pleasure to slip into due to its construction and materials.

3D CustomFit / CustomFit: Comfort, warmth and ‘customized’ envelopment. Thermoformable foams allow the liner to take on the shape of the foot after a heating procedure is performed with a special machine designed by Salomon. + Thermoformable insole (3D CustomFit) AutoCF: Automoulding foam in the foot envelopment for exceptional comfort. CustomFit tongue for a better tibial customization.

XFit and Biovent Xfit Active: A comfortable, single layer constructed thermo moldable liner with customizable tongue area for shin comfort and a wide ankle area, positioned at the back of the leg, for heel lock. XFit Advanced: A comfortable, single layer constructed thermo moldable liner with customizable tongue area for shin comfort. The wide ankle area positioned at the back of the leg and metas covers all the critical foot comfort zones. XFit Comfort: A comfortable, single layer constructed thermo moldable liner with a customizable tongue area for shin and ankle comfort.

Biovent: The very first breathable liner in a ski boot to keep feet warm all day. This technology helps regulate body temperature thanks to a multilayer construction inspired from apparel.

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Advanced Fit > 51

Advanced fit technology liner > (continued) Thermoforming machine > Procedure Before using the machine for the first time, return the guarrantee card to your Customer Service Representative. Follow the instructions for the thermoforming machine closely and pay particular attention to the rules on safety. To guarantee good thermoforming, we have adapted a thermal sensor to our machines. If something is abnormal during the heating process, the machine will work alternately. If this is the case, contact the customer service in your country. Do not take the machine apart. This machine is for exclusive use with Salomon CUSTOMFIT liners. Any other use is forbidden.

Preparing for use (Fig. A-S)

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WARNING Salomon CustomFit Liners should only be heated for molding using the Salomon CustomFit Machine. Any other unit may cause injury by overheating.

1. Remove the machine from its box and place it on a flat surface. Verify that the voltage used is the same as indicated on the machine. 2. Lift the hood.

3. Lift the nozzles using the handles provided. 4. Close the boot’s buckles and slide the boots onto the nozzles. Make sure that the top edge of the boot touches the obturator.

Important: Any insoles used other than the ones received in the boots at the time of purchase should be removed before the heating procedure begins. Re-install them after heating to mold the liners.

5. After having read and understood the machine’s instructions, especially those on safety, you can now plug the machine in.

Starting the machine

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Set the timer for 15 mins. Warning: For optimal results, it is important that: - the heating process lasts 15 minutes. Using the machine for more than 15 mins can damage the liner. - operate the machine with both boots in place. Putting the boot on 1. When thermoforming, you should only use ski socks that have the following characteristics: - socks that go higher than the top of the boot, - socks with at least 45% wool.

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Wearing normal, low-cut socks could cause skin reactions to the heating process. 2. Remove the boots from the machine. 3. Close the hood. 4. The machine is now available for thermoforming another pair of boots. 5. Open the boot buckles. 6. The boots must be put on immediately following the end of the 15 min heating cycle. If you feel any discomfort whatsoever when stepping-in, take your boots off immediately.

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7. Close the buckles with medium pressure, not too tight. Fig. D 8. Close the strap more firmly. 9. Tap the heel on the floor to make a good impression of the Achilles’ heel. Fig. F 10. Wait 10 min in a standing position. 11. Remove the boots.

the 10 minute cooling process to simulate the anklebone movements when skiing. Fig. G › It is recommended to wait 1/2 hour before skiing with the boots, to allow for complete stabilization of the thermoformed liner.

Practical advice › Salomon recommends that no CustomFit liner be thermoformed more than three times. › To optimize the results of the thermoforming process, it is recommended that you make several flex movements during

When drying the CustomFit liners with a drying machine, it is important to respect the drying time recommended by the manufacturer and that the temperature not exceed 40°C.

Drying with a machine

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Advanced Fit > 52

Custom Shell technology Custom Shell Thermal Forming A new patented Kaprolene™ material has been inserted on the shell of the boot near the metatarsal area. Simply heat the shell, step in and allow the shell to form to the contours of the feet. This personalized fit gives unprecedented precision for improved on snow performance.

Customization Procedure

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We recommend the use of the Sidas bootfitting oven Fig. A. Make sure the customer uses only ski socks which go higher than the top of the boot. 1. Remove liners from shells. 2. Put the shells in the oven with buckles open Fig. S.

3. Close the door and start the machine, set the timer for 10 minutes. Warning: Make sure to wear insulated gloves when removing boot shells. Do not allow customers to touch the boot, avoiding possible burns. 4. Switch off the oven and remove the shells. 5. Put liners back in. 6. Help the customer to step in Fig. D.

7. Close the boots with minimum tightening (first tooth of the buckle) and make sure the forefoot shell seals stay in the right position. Warning: Ask your customer to stand still. Avoid bending or walking with warmed shells. 8. Make sure the shell has been fully deformed before starting the cooling process. (It takes approximately 2 min).

9. Cool the boots: in cold water for 6 minutes (level of water: above the seal) Fig. F. Warning: Water level should not be higher than forefoot shell seals to avoid getting liners wet. - with cold packs for 6 minutes Fig. G. - in snow for 6 minutes Fig. H. - naturally for 20 minutes Fig. J. 10. Take boots off, the Custom Shell boot is ready.

Recommendations For Experienced Bootfitters You can use your regular heating tools though they would be less practical than the oven: • heating elements Fig. K. • gun Fig. L. • boiling water Fig. :.

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Warning: Kaprolene™ has been created to be deformed by the foot’s natural pressure. Be very careful if you need to use a pushing machine on the Kaprolene™ areas and NEVER push on the sides areas where Kaprolene™ meets the PU shell.

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Advanced Fit > 53

Custom Shell technology > (continued) Custom Shell FAQ Can the shell change forms several times? As many times as you want! The wider the foot, the more the shell will expand. But it won’t come back…

Should the custom soles be done before or after? Mold the soles before. The customer should then step in the warmed Custom Shell with the insoles.

From what foot width will the Custom Shell be useful? In size 26, from last 100 or 102 mm, the customer will feel a real difference. The Custom Shell is also useful for thinner feet in order to reposition the foot even if the change is not measurable on the shell.

Should other areas of the shell be changed before or after? A modification of the metatarsus’s area can affect the positioning of the foot. First, the Custom Shell should be complete. Then, the areas of the toes, ankles, and navicular bone... can be changed as usual, though avoid pushing on the borders of the Custom Shell insert.

What is the maximum width the shell can expand to? Up to 6 mm with the push of the foot only. What is the advantage compared to normal bootfitting? Here, it is the foot which changes the shell, there is no more risk of misinterpretation, the precision is perfect. Also, this process saves time (30 min. to do everything & the customer leaves with his/her boots) and an easier manipulation (every KOTF can do it).

Can I push in the Custom Shell area with my bootfitting machine? Yes, but it is not recommended. Since the Custom Shell material has not been created to resist to a push that is superior the feet’s push, avoid the side areas of the insert.

Does the plastic retract the same as normal boots when cooled? Yes, but two times less than normal plastic: approximately 25% after the boots have been taken out (a shell pushed out 4mm could come back to 3 mm). What is the benefit of Custom Shell versus the Custom Fit? Should you do it before or after? The work done on the shell must be done before. This will solve problems and last over time. The molding of the liner must be done after in order to put the finishing touches on the fit. How do I know when the plastic is warm enough? It is the same process as usual when done with a manual test. What is the ideal temperature to form the Custom Shell? 80°C at core of the plastic. How many years of R&D did it take to develop the Custom Shell technology? 3 years.

Which is the impact of the new material on the performance of the boot? There is no effect because the material has the same PU base as a normal boot. The boot has exactly the same behavior on snow. On the other hand, once a boot is fit with the Custom Shell, precision is increased. If a customer wants an injected liner, should it be done before or after? In general, injection is done before work on the shell. I usually put normal boots in the oven, how is Custom Shell different? The normal plastic is going to change very little and comes back to the original position more often. The deformation is thus quite low. Why is Custom Shell not used in World Cup? In World Cup races, one person is dedicated to each racer; everything is done by hand and each pair is adapted to each discipline. Then you could say having Custom Shell is like having your own race technician!

Thermolight Quest Pro Pebax Liner Formatting > Procedure 1. Put on the client’s boots at room temperature. The client must have the sensation of tightness in the shell. 2. Identify possible painful areas (pressure points) 3. Protect those areas by applying cut foam pads (not included) directly on the foot, not the sock. - Be careful not to take off or move the pads when putting the socks back on. 4. Put the Thermolight liner without insoles in the Custom Shell Oven for 10 minutes at 100°C max (preferably pre-heated) 5. At the end of 10 minutes, add insoles (original, custom or orthopedic) in the liner and put them into the shell. - Take care to insert the right liner in right shell and vice versa (the liners aren’t marked but differentiated only by the shape of the sole!) Advice: prepare one foot at a time (preserve the liner not yet fitted in the oven)

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6. Put on the client, taking care to push the client’s heel all the way down to the liner to correctly set the heel on the bottom and thus avoid creating bends. 7. Tighten the Quick Lace 8. Fasten the shell starting with the forefoot buckle and making sure to lock the backbone in the action position. 9. Provide a clamping adapted to the morphology of the foot: - Strong (2nd, 3rd and 4th tooth) for a wide foot - Low (1st, 2nd and 3rd tooth) for a thiner foot Repeat the same operation for the second liner 10. Cool down 15 minutes at room temperature and in a natural standing position, without exaggerating the bending on the front.

NOTE: Salomon does not recommend the use of the Custom Fit machine (or any other similar machine) because it does not allow an acceptable and effective Thermolight liner process.

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Boot Technologies > 54

Salomon Boot Technologies Tool Free Catches Adjustment

Canting Adjustment (With Lock)

Upper catches are also adjustable, with or without tools, to adapt the volume of the upper cuff to your calves. - To move upper catches, turn them 90°, move them laterally (+ 15mm), then place them back to their horizontal position. - To move lower catches, loosen the screw with a 3mm Allen wrench, position the catches in the desired position (+/- 20mm) and tighten the screw.

Buckle Teeth Adjustment Offers a greater range of lower leg adjustment (+/- 20 mm): - Loosen the screw with a 3 mm Hexagonal Key. - Re-tighten the screw and buckle teeth in the new position.

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The Canting is integrated into the shell for reliable transmission and protection. It allows alignment of the cuff to the skier’s lower leg shape. - The factory preset position for the canting is + 2,5° - First, loosen the internal and external Canting Lock with the Hexagonal Key n° 5. - To adjust inwards to + 1,5° (a knock kneed stance), turn the external adjuster one-half turn.*

- To adjust externally to + 3,5° (a bow legged stance), turn the internal adjuster one-half turn.* - Re-tighten the canting lock. *Note: Never turn both the internal and external adjustments as this will raise the whole cuff without adjusting the canting.

3D Buckle Adjustment Micro Buckle Adjustment

The 3D buckle adjustment allows the position of the instep buckle to be changed for personalised foot hold: - Unscrew the buckle with a 3 mm Hexagonal Key. - Position the buckle over the plastic lug on the shell. - Re-tighten in the alternate position.

Fine tune the buckle closure by turning the part that grips the buckle teeth.

Extended Lever Buckles

Auto 3D Buckle Adjustment

Extended lever buckles require 30% less effort when closing.

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Walkadin Pads Walking is easy and safe, skiing is compatible with alpine DIN standards.

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Without using any tools, the Auto 3D buckle adjustment modifies the position of the instep and/or lower leg buckle to personalize foothold:

- Lift the buckle up a - Hold the lock down b - Move the buckle to the desired position  c - Release the lock d

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Boot Concepts > GHOST/SPK & Impact > 55

Boot Concepts Ghost/Pro Model

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Technical description – Ghost & PRO MODEL

L oop to tongue Shin pillow Quicklace Wide strap Leather finishing

SCS (Salomon Cushioning System) Walkable sole 2 densities heel cushioning system

PU lower shell and PP cuff Micro alu overshaped buckles Extra padded spoiler

My CF PRO liner with faux fur Nailed strap Insole rubber grip Absorbing footboard

PU lower shell Double dismountable canting Backbone Cuff hytrel by Dupont

M  y Custom Fit Performance liner Custom shell

X3 / X3 LAB

D Technical description – X3 LAB World Cup Advanced Shell technology World Cup shell Last 95 Racing Kit

Pu either lower shell and cuff Flex 120 or 130 My Custom Fit World Cup liner

World Cup claw strap 45mm Back bone Double dismantable canting

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Adjustments and personalization World cup claw strap - Increases cuff fastening: a more powerful fastening for a better envelopment than a traditional strap. - More reliable: it can’t open while flexing the boot (both before and during the curve).

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Back bone - Increases the junction between cuff & shell for flex management in a forward position: entering the curve, increasing power on skis. - Provide support and power to skiers in a rear position while getting out of the curve (rebound effect): the more powerful the rebound the more back support you need to control your skis.

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Concepts > Falcon/Instinct/Gun/Scarlet > 56

Boot concepts > (continued) X3 CS / Instinct CS / X3 RC CS / X3 10 CS / X3 JR Pro / X3 JR

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Technical description – X3 RC CS Racing Kit Flex 130 World Cup advanced shell technology My CF Race Sensitive liner. Sensifit™ liner wings.

Lower shell and cuff Energyzer Canting adjustment. Canting Lock. World Cup claw strap. 3D buckle.

Technical description – X3 JR PRO Custom Sole Adjustable buckle teeth Micro adjustable buckle Custom Shell Backbone

World Cup advanced shell technology My CF Pro liner Sensifit™ liner wings. Lower shell and cuff Energyzer

Canting adjustment. 360° 35mm strap 3D buckle. Adjustable buckle teeth

Micro adjustable buckle

Adjustments and personalization

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A RACE Kit Shin plate (Fig. A) Used to reinforce the forward support and stiffens the flex. The height and lateral position are adjustable. - Choose the forward or internal position and use a 5,5 mm drill bit to drill the 1st hole in the cuff where marked (the shin plate is marked by a cross inside the cuff of the boot). - Choose the desired height and attach the plate using the “T” insert and bolts provided. - Align the plate correctly and use as a guide to drill the 2nd hole and attach as shown.

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Rear spoiler (Fig. S) The rear spoiler (from the performance kit) increases rear support (with 3 height settings) and forward lean by + 2°. - Choose the desired height and attach using the screw provided, in the predrilled hole. Delta H lift (Fig. D) The 4 mm heel lift (from the performance kit) can be used to improve instep/heel hold and put the skiers weight forward for faster initiation. Remove the liner and position the wedge in the hole provided in the rear of the Custom Sole.

Softening the Boot Even if the flex is more progressive than with tradtional racing boots, it can be soften further more: Reversible Method: Remove the canting lock screws. This reduces the flex by 5-10 %. Place the plugs from the Racing kit into the screw holes on the outer cuff. Non Reversible Method: This involves cutting the ‘V’ in the top rear of the lower shell and should be performed by your specialized Salomon dealer.

Additional Features Custom Sole Standard Buckle Teeth Adjustment Micro Buckle Adjustment 3D Buckle Adjustment Canting Adjustment 54 Salomon Boot Technologies 60 Performance Accessories

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Boot Concepts > MISSION & DIVINE > 57

Boot concepts > (continued) Mission RS / Divine RS

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Adjustments and personalization

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Sensifit™ Fig. A A soft material over the instep for improved envelopment and easier step-in.

Adjustable Women spoiler Fig. S - To move the spoiler, turn the screw 180° with a 5mm Allen wrench. Biovent liner The very first breathable liner in a ski boot to keep feet warm all day. This technology helps regulate body temperature thanks to a multilayer construction inspired from apparel.

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Additional Features Tool Free Catches Adjustment Two Extended Lever Buckles Canting Adjustment Micro Buckle Adjustment 54 Salomon Boot Technologies 60 Performance Accessories

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Technical description – Mission 12 Loop on tongue Wide strap Tool free catch adjustment

Spaceframe shell profile second skin last and shell Pads Canting

Micro adjustable buckles My Custom Fit Pro liner Biovent Dismantable flex rivet

Mission / Divine Adjustments and personalization

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Romavable Rear Spoiler You remove it by clipping

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Additional Features

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Tool Free Catches Adjustment Two Extended Lever Buckles Micro Buckle Adjustment 54 Salomon Boot Technologies 60 Performance Accessories

Technical description – Mission 6 Sensifit liner wings Strap Tool free catch adjustment 3D sensifit

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Pads Wings sole technology Micro adjustable buckle

Removable spoiler X Fit Fusion Advanced liner

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Boot Concepts > IMPACT & CHARM > 58

Boot concepts > (continued) Imapct / Idol

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Adjustments and personalization > Procedure

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For a perfect fit Sensifit™ (Fig. A) A soft material over the instep for improved envelopment and easier step-in.

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For a precise transmission Adjustable Rear Spoiler (Fig. S) Customisation of the rear support to suit the shape and size of the skier’s leg and increase the rear support: - Loosen the screw with a 5 mm Hexagonal Key, - Choose the height (the higher the spoiler, the stronger the rear support), - Tighten the screw.

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Additional Features Walkadin Pads Buckle Teeth Adjustment 3D Buckle Adjustment Micro Buckle Adjustment Canting Adjustment 54 Salomon Boot Technologies 60 Performance Accessories

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Technical description – IMPACT 10 CS Sensifit liner wings Wide strap Adjustable buckle teeth 3D articulated buckle Walkadin pads

Spaceframe shell profile second skin last and shell Lower shell and cuff energyzer Canting

Canting lock Micro adjustable buckle My CF Pro Custom Shell

Charm Adjustments and personalization > Procedure

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Adjustable rear spoiler Fig. A Customize the rear support to suit the shape and size of your leg and increase the rear support: - Loosen the screw with a 5mm Allen wrench. - Choose the height (The higher the spoiler the stronger the rear support). - Tighten the screw. Oversize Sensifit™ Fig. S The Oversize Sensifit™, designed with supple material, offers easy entry/exit and an optimum level of comfort.

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Ski/Walk adjustment Fig. D The easy-to-use SKI/WALK button releases the cuff for relaxing and easy walking. (Push the button down for the WALK position) Step in strap Fig. F The Step-in strap offers the possibility to put the boot on effortlessly, with only one hand.

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Additional Features Walkadin Pads Buckle Teeth Adjustment Micro Buckle Adjustment 54 Salomon Boot Technologies 60 Performance Accessories

Technical description – Charm 7 Wide strap Tool free catch adjustment Walkadin pads

Ski/walk position Micro adjustable buckle Warmest liner

Thermic prepared Auto calf adjustment

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Boot Concepts > Quest > 59

Boot concepts > (continued) Quest 12/Quest Pro Pebax 2

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Technical description – Quest 12 & Quest PRO PEBAX Last 100 Cushioning system (tongue and heel pad) Magnesium backbone

Ride & Hike body postioning Alpine Touring pads

Contagrip extended rubber sole My CustomFit Pro liner + Biovent

Forward pressure plate Quicklace kit Racing spoiler

Touring Pads Quicklace Ultralight Thermoformable liner

Waterproof gusset Pebax lower shell Polylight cuff

A Unique & Patented Ride & Hike Technology

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Alpine Back Support Management The magnesium backbone, technology from the X3 LAB (Fig. A), provides strong back support, power transmission and progressive forward flex management when skiing down (Fig. S). Alpine Forward Flex Management The specific inner shell (V cut-out) (Fig. D) guarantees a wide cuff opening when hiking or walking (Fig. F). Combined with the inside part of the magnesium backbone,

contributes to back support and progressive forward flex.

New Body Positioning 15.1°

30° Forward Lean (Fig. G) Quest 12 boots offer 15.1° forward lean, while Quest Pro Pebax offers 13.5° forward lean. The result is better balance in powder and track up snow.

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Cuff Opening (Fig. H)

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Boot Concepts > Quest > 60

Boot concepts > (continued) Quest 12/Quest Pro Pebax (continued) Mountain Pros Interchangeable Sole Pads • Switch from DIN (Alpine) to touring pads • Easy to remove & fully compatible with all the standard compliant bindings on the market • Contagrip® material with deep studs for a perfect arch grip in all walking conditions If you change the pads, you have to use bindings associated with the appropriate standard: ISO 5355 (alpine standard) or ISO 9523 (touring standard). Ultralight Thermoformable Liner • 280 g (for a size 26,5 boot) • Heat moldable for a perfect foothold

Boot Concepts

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Ultralight skin shell (Fig. A) Second skin shell. Women specificities • PP Women cuff • Women light back calf • Specific liner: my Customfit Comfort liner.

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Contagrip extended rubber shell (Fig. S) Contagrip® extended rubber sole. Waterproof gusset to guarantee a perfect waterproofness.

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Upper Buckle Walk Position Hook: For a better walk position, you can catch the upper buckle in the first position (red one) (Fig. D) Adaptable leash: if needed, you can add a leash on your boots. A specific buckle has been added on the forefoot zone (Fig. F)

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Additional Features Tool Free Catches Adjustment Rear Spoiler 54 Salomon Boot Technologies 60 Performance Accessories

Quicklace Replacement Kit

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Boot Concepts > Quest > 61

Boot concepts > (continued) Quest 12/Quest Pro Pebax (continued) Procedure > Strap Replacement

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Strap replacement 1. Remove the rear Perf hold to access rivets (Fig. A) 2. Drill rivets with a Ø 5.2 drill (Fig. S) 3. Assemble new strap + plate with inserts and screws M4 (Fig. D-G) 4. Attach the rear Perf hold (Fig. H)

Procedure > Cover Replacement

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Remove the cover and toe buckle teeth 1. Drill toe buckle teeth rivets with Ø 5.2 drill (Fig. A) 2. Drill cover rivets with Ø 5.2 drill (Fig. S) Reassemble the new cover + fuel racks 3. Drill the buckle teeth shell + cover Ø 5.4 to put the M4 insert (Fig. D-F) Attach the cover and the buckle teeth with insert with M4 screw 4. The insert must be flush with buckle teeth mounted on cover (Fig. G) 5. Mount the cover buckle teeth with M4 screws (Fig. H)

Procedure > Backbone Replacement

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Backbone replacement Mounting kit (Fig. A) 1. Remove the damaged axis by cutting off the reveting part (Fig. S) 2. Place the 2 springs in their cavities (Fig. D) 3. Do not forget to put the steel pin before screw and nut (Fig. F) 4. Mount the new backbone (Fig. G)

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Boot Concepts > Symbio > 62

Boot concepts > (continued) Focus

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Technical description – Focus RS PU materials to prevent scratches Aluminium buckles for lasting Liner: mesh tested and chosen to ensure long lasting comfort. Biovent: less time needed to dry liner on the shelves

Soles: build to last and to avoid folding with textured effect (Salomon patented) Kit Oversize tool free catch 2 buckle fastening My AutoCustomShel liner + Biovent

Articulated sensift for step-in Auto Custom Shell technology Rental plate for barcode

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Auto Custom Shell: comfort solution technology • Directly derived from our Custom Shell technology • Auto Custom Shell is 100% comfort oriented, providing comfort benefits with no process • Last evolution from 104 to 108 • Insert are derivated from PU, same durability

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Symbio™ Rental Model 6

Symbio 440 Plastic buckles PU Shell Replaceable toe and heel pads

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Adjustable lower leg lever Thermic liner Bar code integrated to the liner

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Adjustments and personalization > Procedure

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Lower leg adjustment It is possible to change the lower leg adjustment according to the morphology of the skier’s lower leg.

› Adjusting the lower leg cable - Place the lower leg cable in the desired setting of the buckle teeth on the medial side of the boot. (Fig. A)

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Longer or shorter cables are avail­ able from the spare parts catalog (page 70) to adapt to all shapes and sizes.

Additional Features 60

Performance Accessories

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Repairs > Procedure Replacing the lower leg buckle tooth insert 1. Remove the liner and open the cuff completely. 2. Drill the rivet inside the shell. 3. Remove the damaged buckle tooth insert and its rivet. 4. Put a new buckle tooth insert in place and proceed as follows : Using a T-nut a. Place the threaded insert in the rivet hole on the inside of the boot.

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b. Put the buckle into place and install the screw tightly. The prongs on the threaded insert should be completely imbedded into the cuff material. c. Loosen the screw. d. Put the washer into place. This will prevent the tip of the screw from going too far. e. Tighten completely. Using a Rivet. Use a rivet on the outside and a washer inside and proceed with riveting.

Replacing the buckle and/or forefoot buckle teeth 1. Remove the liner. 2. Drill the rivets in the buckle or the damaged buckle teeth. 3. Remove the damaged buckle or the buckle teeth and the rivet. Save the washer. 4. Put in a new buckle or buckle teeth and attach with a rivet or T-nut. Using a rivet. Use a new rivet and the original washer and proceed with riveting.

Using a T-nut. Put the threaded insert into the rivet hole from the inside of the boot. Put the buckle in place and tighten completely. The prongs on the threaded insert should be completely imbedded in the material.

To remove the liner Turn the clip on the inside of the liner 1/4 turn with a screwdriver.

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Boot

Foot Anatomy & Fit > Notions of Anatomy > 63

Foot Anatomy And Fit Notions of anatomy A basic knowledge of anatomy of the foot is essential if you are going to understand and solve your customers’ problems and needs since each foot is unique.

The bones of the foot

Types of legs A. Posterior tarsus 1. Calcaneus 2. Talus (Astragalus) 3. Trochlear surface B. Anterior tarsus 4. Navicular bone (Tarsal Scaphoid) 5. Cuboid bone 6. 3 cuneiform bones C. Metatarsus 7. 5 metatarsal bones D. Toes 8. 14 phalanges

Distortion of foot when weighted Normal knees.

Varus knees.

Some people naturally have varus or valgus knees. The boot cuff follows the profile of the leg. Therefore, the boot sole forms an angle with the ground (i.e.: the ski is not flat).

When the foot is weighted (standing position), it can change in size: - lengthwise, it can get 5 mm longer, - widthwise, it can get 12 mm wider. When the foot is flexed, we notice: - the circumference of the ankle increases about 2 mm,

- the axis between the talus (astragalus) and calcaneus becomes off-centered which increases the surface area at the base of the foot.

Valgus knees.

The canting adjustment by canting the cuff allows the boot to follow the morphology of the leg to keep skis flat

The ski boots can be adapted to the shape of the leg by canting the cuff.

Therefore, to be accurate, feet should be measured when the person is standing with his/her weight distributed on both feet and knees slightly flexed.

Types of feet A deeper analysis of the customer’s feet (Fig. F) is necessary to observe the possible deformations that can become problem areas. Salomon has parts (page 70) at your disposal that will help you to easily adapt the boots to these deformations.

F

High arches: The skier needs an arch support that can relieve pressure on ‘overloaded’ areas. Pronated flat foot

G

J

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Normal foot

H

K

Supinated high-arched foot

Arch supports can be attached to the footboards. (Fig. G) Supinated or pronated feet: This is the deviation of the foot’s vertical axis towards the medial or lateral side, which can lead to problems in the areas of the anklebones, navicular bone or talus. To adapt to this deviation of the foot, it is possible to place wedges directly on the footboard. However, this wedge should only be used if the lateral articulation under the ankle bone is mobile. (Fig. H)

High instep: You can grind the footboard (Falcon and X Wave) to increase the volume. This sole is realized in grindable PU foam. To increase the volume of the boot or to change the position of the foot. Caution, grind on the top surface only. Grinding the base will effect the interface with the Chassis. A depth gauge is marked front and back for even grinding. (Fig. J) Low instep: The height and inclination of the footboard can be modified by adding: - heel lifts (Fig. K)

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Boot

Foot Anatomy & Fit > Recommendations > 64

Foot anatomy and fit > Recommendations (continued) Recommendations & Performance Accessories The modifications that can be made on the Salomon boots should be considered as the ‘final touch’ of personalization. Before undertaking this type of operation, it is important to observe certain basic rules:

- Always proceed step by step, starting with temporary measures before going on to permanent changes. - If you decide to proceed with the permanent modifications as a last resort, they are entirely your responsibility.

They require the proper tools and should be undertaken only for big problems and by experienced specialists. For example: - Stretching the shell. - Grinding the liner (not recommended for manufactured liners). - Grinding the shell.

Important: Boots whose lower shell material is not made of Polyurethane (PU), should not be heated (risk of damaging the material).

Problems, Causes & Solutions Chart Problems

Causes

Solutions

FIRST METATARSAL PRESSURE (medial side of the forefoot)

Shell too narrow. Prominent first metatarsal.

Solutions all products: › Stick adhesive foam around the first metatarsal on the medial side of the liner. › Stretch the shell locally with a heat gun* and other tools designed for this purpose (such as SIDAS) (except Symbio and Rear Entry). X Wave, Ellipse, Performa: Be careful not to overheat the Sensifit or instep gusset of the boot during the heating operation (there is a risk of deforming it due to how thin this part is).

FIFTH METATARSAL PRESSURE (lateral side of the forefoot)

Shell (or liner) too narrow. Prominent fifth metatarsal.

Solutions all products: › Remove the insole (increases volume). › Stick adhesive foam around the painful area to dissipate the pressure. › Stretch the shell locally using a heat gun* and other tools designed for this purpose (such as SIDAS) (except Symbio and Rear Entry). X Wave, Performa and Verse: Be careful not to overheat the Sensifit or the instep gusset of the boot during the heating operation (there is a risk of deforming it due to how thin this part is).

ANKLEBONE PRESSURE Pain/pressure behind one or both ankle bones.

Prominent medial and lateral ankle bones. Heel shape.

Solutions for Falcon, X Wave, Performa: Special precautions are required when stretching the shell: › heat* the inside and outside of the cuff and lower shell simultaneously (so that both will be at the same temperature despite their different thicknesses and layers), › place the stretching device on the inside, close the boot during the stretching operation, and proceed with very small successive degrees of stretching to avoid creating a space between the cuff and the shell. Falcon and X Wave: Be careful not to heat the metal parts (there is a risk of damaging the plastic). Solutions for Rear-Entry models: › Remove the insole to increase the volume. › Stick a C-shaped foam pad in the area around the ankle bones (on the liner). › Remove some foam from the liner in the area around the ankle bones. › Add shims to blue heel envelopment plate.

* Caution: The boots whose lower shells aren’t made of Polyurethane (PU) must not be stretched with heat (there is a risk of damaging the material).

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Foot Anatomy & Fit > Recommendations > 65

Foot anatomy and fit > Recommendations (continued) Problems, Causes & Solutions Chart Problems

Causes

Solutions

HEEL PRESSURE

Lack of room in the boot. Prominent calcaneus (exostosis).

Solutions all products: › Stick a chevron (foam pad in the form of an inverted V) above the calcaneus to push the foot forward in the shell and reduce the pressure on the heel. › It is possible to remove some PU from both sides of the Achilles tendon on the cuff (grinding) and/or on the lower shell (Falcon, X Wave, Ellipse and Performa).

HEEL MOVEMENT

Very narrow heel.

Solutions all products: › Stick a chevron above the calcaneus on the liner. › Stick an L-shaped piece of foam under each ankle bone (for better grip). › Add a shim to the top of the liner (forward position that pushes the foot backward in the boot and increases pressure on the heel). › Use a thicker insole. › Add a shim under the footboard. › Add heel lifts.

Achilles tendon axis very hollow. Thin ankle.

INSULATION AND NUMBNESS Cold, numb feet.

Poor blood circulation caused by pressure on the blood vessels/ nerves. Poor foothold distribution (especially with children).

CRAMPS Muscle pain under the arch, in the calf, pressure points, irritations.

Pronounced arch, high instep or flat foot. Pronated foot. Thick lower leg.

SHIN BITE

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Lack of pressure distribution.

Solutions all products: › Make sure the adjustments are not too tight. › Remove the insoles from the liners. › Add a small arch support and varus wedge (or a shim on the inside of the heel under the footboard from the performance series). › Grind the footboard.

Solutions all products: › Add or remove the arch support. › Add an insole or propose a custom insole. › Remove all shims under the footboard. › Modify the angle of the forward lean to distribute the skier’s weight differently. › Grind the footboard. › Grinding the Custom Sole: To increase the volume of the boot or to change the position of the foot. Caution, grind on the top surface only. Grinding the base will affect the interface with the Chassis. A depth gauge is marked front and back for even grinding. Falcon: › Add a shin wedge on the cuff (choose the mounting position according to the height of the skier).

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Helmet & Pole

66

Technical reference for the complete line of current Salomon helmets andâ&#x20AC;Żpoles

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Helmet & Pole

Helmet > 67

Helmet Technology Helmet Technical Information Salomon channelled all its experience for your protection and pleasure but don’t lose your head! Our helmets combine our recognized professionnalism and pure design to create protection for the senses.

- Do not use any type of gasoline products, solvents or any other chemical substances. - Do not modify the helmet in any way. Do not varnish it or add any coloring products. - After receiving an impact, the helmet may be damaged to the point that it is no longer adequate to protect the wearer’s head against further impacts. Even if the damage is not visible, it is necessary to replace the helmet.

Be smart and protect your head in style.

Examples of the main tests of norms:

Roll off Dynamic fastening Impact test test device test

Covered areas measurement

My Perfect Fit

S

!

Standards

Instructions for use and maintenance - IMPORTANT: the helmet must always be fastened on the head (chin strap buckled under the chin). - Check the adjustment and the condition of your helmet before each use. - Always take care of your helmet, even when not using it. Store it away from any heat source and sunlight (since prolonged expo­sure to the sun weakens all plas­tic materials, it is recommended to replace your helmet at least every 3 years). Let it dry in a ventilated area. - For cleaning the outside surface of the skull cap, use soap and water only.

Helmets don’t offer absolute protection, so ride within your limits and take care.

Our comprehensive winter sport helmet range meets applicable helmet standards and uses the unique Advanced Fit Technology design for your comfort and performance.

Visibility measurement

All Salomon helmets respect the following standards :

OSFA

CE - EN 1077 (helmets for alpine skiers*) - TÜV certified.

ASTM F2040 (helmets for recreational* snow sports). * Non motorized winter sports

A D Developed with a specialized sport trauma physician

Sound System In order to meet consumer’s needs in terms of safety, head hold and comfort Salomon uses two construction technologies: Standard technology and In Mold technology. Both provide performance in terms of resistance, absorption, deflecting impact and resisting penetration. In Mold technology: an external PC layer molded together with the EPS cap to provide the best ratio lightness / resistance to the helmet. Injected technology: an external cap made of ABS combined with an internal cap made of EPS. Fit foams: All our models are benefiting from specific Fit foams disposed on the anatomical areas to increase head comfort.

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Custom Air System (Fig. A): new adjustable system for a perfect fit. OSFA (Fig. S) With this adjustment system the helmet is covering several sizes: one helmet for sizes 51-55cm and one helmet for sizes 55-58cm. Beanie Convertible (Fig. D)

Women Customization Pimp My Helmet

Warning: For use with Salomon snowsports helmets only. Headphones used in snowsports may cause the skier/rider to not hear other skiers/riders. This can lead to an accident and possible injury or death. Always stay in control. Skiers/Riders downhill from you always have priority, so it's your priority to make sure you avoid them. Headphones will also restrict your ability to hear what your edge/edges are doing on the snow and may distract you. They

may distract you from focusing on skiing or riding safely which may lead to less control. Care and handling: The earpad sound system is built to handle cold, snowy conditions. However, this system is not waterproof. Do not submerge the Earpad or cord in water or any other liquid. Do not attempt to clean or to disinfect your helmet with the earpad sound system installed.

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Helmet & Pole

Helmet > 68

Helmet Technology > (continued) Choosing the right size for your helmet YOUR SIZE Head perimeter (cm)

51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62

Adult women

xXS (53-54)

Divine Origins Custom Air, Divine Custom Air, Icon Origins Custom Air, Poison Custom Air, Poison, Venom, Venom Audio CA Elyse Saugstad

S (55-56)

M (57-58)

XS (54-55)

L (58-59)

Adult Men

Equipe*, Valdez*, X-Wing Custom Air, Ranger Custom Air BT, Impact Custom Air, Ranger Custom Air, Patrol Custom Air, Patrol, Brigade Audio, Brigade Ghost Custom Air, Brigade Pro Model, Patrol CA Mike Douglas, Brigade Audio CA Cody Townsend

XS* (54-55)

M (57-58)

S (55-56)

L (58-59)

XL (60-61) XXL (61-62)

* Size NOT available for Equipe, Valdez helmets

ADULT WOMEN OSFA SYSTEM:

xXS/S (53-56)

Icon Origins, Pearl Origins, Divine Origins

ADULT MEN OSFA SYSTEM:

XS/S (54-56)

Ranger, Cruiser

JUNIOR

*Equipe JR, Jib, Kiana, Patrol Junior OSFA System Zoom, Zoom Combo

M (57-59) M (57-59)

L (60-62)

XXS (51-55) JR (51-52) xXs (53-54)

S/M (55-58) s (55-56) M (57-58)

L/XXL (59-62)

Choosing your size (see table): The helmet is a safety product. To ensure optimal protection, comfort and head hold, the helmet must be chosen in the correct size. To choose the correct size, it is nec­es­sary to measure the cranial perime­ter of the head in cm (from the fore­head to the most prominent back part of the head). Helmet adjustment: The helmet must be properdine positioned on, and adjusted to the user’s head to ensure maximum comfort and protection. A properly positioned helmet must not be too far forward or backwards on the user’s head ; the chin strap must always be properly adjusted and in the closed position. In case of children’s helmets, an adult should always check that the helmet is properly secured.

* Size ONLY available for Equipe JR (White Red)

Head Measurer Use & Maintenance

H

J

Warning: Salomon has developed a head mea­sur­er that will help you to better serve your customer by being able to recommend the helmet size that corresponds to the circumference of his/her head.

The helmet is a safety product: it must be chosen in the size that is suitable to its user and be properly positioned on his/her head (the chin strap adjusted in the closed position) to ensure optimum protection, comfort and hold.

This measurer can be used for all Salomon Alpine and In Line Skate helmets.

Recommendations for use: - Loosen the roller (A) to be able to place the measurer easily on the head. - Position the measurer on the head according to (Fig. H), touching the brow (B) and the occipital bone (C). Important: Make sure the headband (D) does not compress the ears, which would affect the measurement.

Please remember that the size given by the measurer (centimeters) should be used only as an indication to help you orient your customer toward the proper size. The final selection of the appropri­ ate size should be left to the customer. Using the measurer should never replace trying on the helmet.

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K

- Hold the measurer in this position and turn the roller (A) (rotate it clockwise). - Turn the roller until it disengages (Fig. J). - Carefully remove the measurer from the head, pulling the rear upward, while maintaining pressure on the nose (Fig. K). - Read the measurement on the graduated scale (E) in the window (Fig. L). - Choose the helmet according to the size given by the measurer. - Try the helmet on. Switch sizes if there is a problem with the fit. Salomon has provided for stickers that can be put on the head measurer for a better understanding of how to use the roller.

L

Maintenance recommendations: To clean the measurer, you can use a cloth with soap and water. It is prohibited to use chemical products, hot water or pressurized water, gasoline, alcohol, detergents, solvents or aerosols that could permanently damage the plastic materials and erase the markings. Warning: Salomon does not cover any damage to the head measurer that is a result of transportation, storage or not abiding by the instructions for use or maintenance.

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Helmet & Pole

Pole > 69

Pole Technonolgy Pole Technical Information Choosing a pole size

Maintenance Recommendations

- Turn the pole upside down with the tip pointing up, - Hold the pole right under the basket, - Your arm will form a right angle (90°) when you have the ideal size.

Mounting the replaceable baskets > Procedure Salomon has made 3 types of replaceable baskets available to you:

1

A) Mounting: at the same time, screw the basket on and push it towards the handle of the pole. Fig. A. Removing: at the same time, unscrew the basket and pull it toward the tip of the pole.

2

B) Screw the basket on completely until you hear four clicks (wear gloves as a precaution). Fig. S

Use a cloth with soap and water to clean the poles. It is prohibited to use chemicals, hot water or pressurized water, gasoline, alcohol, detergents, solvents or aerosols that can permanently damage the plastic materials and erase the cosmetics.

Benefits of main technical features - Spaceframe shaft: specific 3D shapes (wing and AHT) for advanced performance: higher resistance and stiffness. - Bi-material grip: › hard part for precision, › soft part for comfort. - Racing grip: specifically designed for racers, a closer grip to the pole for higher precision. - Ultra light foam grip: the best grip if you need lightness and comfort with or without gloves.

- Gripfit: the grip with the best fit and right shapes for less efforts. - NPS (No Problem Strap): dual side strap, easy to use and with improved comfort. - Interchangeable baskets: the big one fits off-pists and powder, the small one is more adapted for all other uses. - Carbide tip: bi-material tip for higher resistance and durability.

Rental Poles - Salomon designed specific poles for rental adapted to a professional and intense use. - This warranty will not apply for damages resulting of rental use of poles that was not designed specifically for rental.

Pole Shaft Materials > Technical Features Aluminium range - Salomon know-how in aluminium is proven with bindings, ILS and Mavic wheels. - According to this experience, we defined three levels of strength:

Aluminium Technology by Salomon

Al HHHH 40% stronger

Al HHH 15% stronger

Al HH Competitive strength/price ratio

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Composite range - We do our pole’s shafts the same way that golf companies do their own golf shafts. - We defined three levels of Carbon grade:

Carbon Technology by Salomon

C HHHH 80% of Carbon

C HHH 40% of Carbon

C HH 15% of Carbon

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Spare Parts

Contents > 70

SPARE PARTS – CONTENTS Alpine Binding

SKIS

POLES

ALPINE BOOTS

NORDIC

SNOWBOARD BOARDS

SNOWBOARD BINDINGS

SNOWBOARD BOOTS

FOOTWEAR

71

76

76

76

79

81

81

83

84

This catalogue is for product display only. Salomon reserves the right to modify or discontinue any product. Every product not available in all countries. SALOMON reserves the right to limit or to modify color and/or aesthetic versions of spare parts. These spare parts will nonetheless continue to be distributed in their original functions.

All rights reserved. Any reproductions, partial or in full, are prohibited.

(All prices in U.S. dollars. Prices are subject to change at anytime.)

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Spare Parts

Alpine Bindings > 71

Alpine Binding Track 1X2

78829401 $$ 20.00 78829601 $$ 20.00

Smartrak Prolink + 914

Smartrak Prolink & Smartrak Control + Z12 TI • Z10 TI • 710 TI 04-05 S912 TI SC • S810TI SC • S712 SC • S710 TI SC • S710 SC • C609 SC • C608 SC • 1X2 C607 SC • C509 SC • 06 Z12 TI SC • Z12 SC • Z10 TI SC • Z10 SC • 710 SC • 609 SC • 608 SC • 09 711 SC • L9 SC • L7 SC • L10 SC 04-05 S305 SC • 06 305 SC • 07 KRR TZ5 SC • NRR TZ5 SC • 08 NR TZ5 SC • FR TZ5 SC 1X2 • 09 T5 SC

78378501

$$ 9.00

78378701

$$ 9.00

001178

$$10.00

10833301

$$7.00

12027001

$$6.00

Adjustable Toe Base Plate 1X2

S900 Eq SC 99 • SC 04+: All products • IFT Free & fast 04+: All SC products

1X2

HI 09+: All products starting with 09/10 range

1X2 Z Speed all models: Lever adjustment

Quadrax Toe Track S700 • S700 SR • S700 T • S700 TSR • S710 • S708 TSR • S710 SR • S711 SR • S710 Ti • S711 Pa Z12 TI • Z10 • Z10 TI • Z10 FIS 20 • 710 • 610 • 609 • 609 SR • 608 • Smartrak Grip + Z12 • Z10 • Z10 TI • 710 TI • 611 • 610 • 609 • 609 TI • WARNING CHANGE THE SCREW FOR: 1X2 Z10 TI AXE + (788314) • 610 CP (000930) • 609 D+ (001101) • 607 (000896) • 607 SR (000896) Smartrak Prolink & Smartrak Control + Z12 TI • Z12 • Z10 • 711 • 710 • Z12 TI SC • Z12 SC • Z10 TI SC • Z10 SC • 609 SC • 710 SC • 608 SC • ITF: 711

78379001

$$ 4.75

78829701

$$ 4.75

78829801

$$ 4.75

1X2 07 Junior TZ 5 • TZ 5 SR • 08 LZ 7 • 09 T5 • T5 SR • L7 • L7 SR • L9 • L9 SR

54833901

$$ 4.75

1X2 08 LZ 8 • LZ 9

10061901

$$ 4.75

78385801

$$ 4.00

1X2 920 LAB • 916 LAB • 914 LAB • 920 ZZ LAB • 916 ZZ LAB • Z920 LAB SS • Z916 LAB SS

78576301

$$ 6.00

1X2 920 LAB • 916 LAB • 914 LAB • 920 ZZ LAB • 916 ZZ LAB • Z920 LAB SS • Z916 LAB SS

1X2

Position Indicator 1X2 ITF Free & Fast SC 04+: All products

Central Plate 78829901

$$ 5.00

Smartrak Prolink/Control + 914 • Z12 • Z10 • 711

78833601

$$ 9.00

Smartrak Prolink/Smartrak Control + Z12 TI • Z10 TI • 710 TI

78833801 $$ 13.00 78833901 $$ 9.00

Smartrak Grip + 914 • Z12 • Z10 • 611 • 610 • 609

78834001 $$ 13.00 $$ 9.00

1X2 Smartrak Grip + 609 TI • 710 TI • Z10 TI Smartrak Rental

10056601

Lightrak senior HL

10832901

$$ 9.00

Lightrak senior JL

10833001

$$ 9.00

Heel Guide Or Heel Track Housing 1X2 C&S: All products 99- Except: Junior 1X2 04-05 S710 SR • C609 SR • C509 SR • 06 609 SR

001173

$$ 5.00

268-348 mm: 78379501

$$ 6.00

1X2 04-05 C305 SR • 06 305 • 06 TZ5SR

190-246 mm: 78379201

$$ 2.00

1X2 SC Senior: All products

260-382 mm: 12030101

$$13.00

1X2 04-05 C305 CS • 06 305 SC • 07 KRR TZ5 SC • NRR TZ5 SC • 08 NR TZ5 SC • FR TZ5 SC

216-304 mm: 78379301

$$ 2.00

1X2 Z Speed: Brake plate

12027101

$$3.50

1X2 Flat Ti: All products

78389701 $$ 13.00

1X2 Smartrak Ti: All products

24729201 $$ 28.00

Track

Lever 1X2

All C&S products • Kaikki C&S • Tuotteet • 99+ Except: Junior • Cosmic • Racing • 900 • 850 • 700 • 725 • 600 • 509 • 400

Parts Count 04: year

How to read the tables 230-308 mm: dimensions (T175): size ##### while quantites last

78393901

$$ 8.00

Reference ##### New

(All prices in U.S. dollars. Prices are subject to change at anytime.)

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Spare Parts

Alpine Bindings > 72

V.I. Window 1X2 C305 • S305 • S 305 SC • C 305 SR

(0,75-4,5) 78146601

$$ 5.00

78830001

$$ 7.50

Anti Friction Plate 1X2 914 FIS 20 • 914

78830101

$$ 7.50

611 • 610 • 610 SC • 610 CP • 609 • 609 Ti/D+ • 609 SC • 608 • 608 SC

78830201

$$ 6.00

607 • 607 SR

78830301

$$ 6.00

78830401

$$ 6.75

1X2 Z12 TI • Z12 • Z12 TI SC • Z12 SC • Z10 TI SC • Z10 • 710 TI • 710 SC • 710 • 710 ITF 1X2

1X2 914 LAB All S914 models (except S914 T Fis 17) • S912 • S910 • S875 • S850 • S812 • 811 • S810 • S900 Eq Poweraxe • S900 Eq AL Poweraxe S900 Eq Axe plus 99 • S900 TI • S900 Eq FIS 1X2 • S900 Carbon 99 • S900 Eq AL 99 • S900 Eq SC 99 • S711 Ps • S711 • S711 Pi Sp • S710 Pi Sp SR

887608 $$ 13.00

1X2 00-05 All C products • Except: C607 • C607 SR

888134 $$ 12.00

Quadrax 600 (except Q600 Equalizer) • Q675 • Q700 Synchro C • Q400 • Q300 • Q300 SR • Q300 Synchro C • Q300 mini • Q500 • Q600 • Q600 Drive Plus 99 • Q600 Poweraxe • Q500 SR 1X2 • Q500 Drive Plus 99 • Q400 SR • Q500 Synchro C (Drive +) • Q725 Drive + • Q725 Poweraxe • Q575 • C509 sr • C509 • C407 SR • C407 • C305 Grom SR • C305 Grom • Mini Grom • C610

000934

$$ 8.00

001134

$$ 7.00

1X2 Universal AFD (adult & junior boots norms) for: 07 Junior TZ 5 • TZ 5 SR • TZ 5 S

54834001

$$ 8.00

1X2 Junior Performance AFD (Junior boots norms only) for: 07 Junior TZ 5 • TZ 5 SR • TZ 5 SC Universal AFD (adult & junior boots norms) for: 08 Junior TZ 5 • LZ 7 • LZ 8 • LZ 9 1X2 09 Junior T 5 • L 7 • L 8 • L 9

89267001

1X2 S300 • S300 SC • S305 • S305 SC 05-

10056701

$$ 4.00

1X2 07 STH 12 • 08 STH 14

54834101

$$ 8.00

1X2 07 STH 16

54834201 $$ 10.00

1X2 08 STH 14 Driver

10447501

$$ 6.00

1X2 Z Speed all models

12027301

$$7.00

Toe Housing Z12 TI • Z10 • Z10 TI • Z10 FIS 20 • Z10 TI AXE + • 710 • 610 CP • 610 • 609 D+ • 609 • 609 SR • 608 • 607 • 607 SR • Smartrak Grip + Z12 • Z10 • Z10 TI • 710 TI • 611 • 610 • 609 • 1X2 609 TI • Smartrak Prolink & Smartrak Control + Z12 TI • Z12 • Z10 • 711 • 710 SC: Z12 TI SC • Z12 SC • Z10 TI SC • Z10 SC • 609 SC • 710 SC • 608 SC • ITF: 711 • STH 12

78856001 $$ 10.00 78856101

$$ 8.00

10833201 $$ 10.00

Z 14 • STH 14 • Z 12 oversize • STH 12 oversize

Brake 887610 $$ 12.00

1X2 Junior SC: Q300 SC • S300 SC • S305 SC • 305 SC 06 1X2

Junior SR: Q300 • Q300 SR • S300 • S305 • C305 SR • 305 SR 03-07 • 305 06 Junior mini: Q300 Mini • MiniGrom • 305 mini 06

887611 $$ 10.00 887609 $$ 10.00 54834301 $$ 12.00 10055301 $$ 10.00

1X2 Junior: TZ 5 • TZ 5 SR 07 1X2 Junior: TZ 5 SC • TZ 5 Juniortrak 07

R75 DG X 100:  78575401   $$ 15.00 R80 DG X 100:  78575501   $$ 15.00 R90 DG X 100:  78575701   R100 DG X 100:  78575801  $$ 25.00

S920 LAB • S916 LAB • S914 LAB • 920 ZZ LAB • 916 ZZ LAB • 1X2 914 ZZ LAB • STH 16 • STH 14 Driver • STH 14 • STH 12 Oversize • STH 12 • Z14 LAB • Z12 LAB • Z Speed (all models)

R115 DG X 100:  78575901   $$ 25.00 R130 DG X 100:  78855701 $$ 25.00 B75 DG X 100:  78574501   $$ 15.00 B80 DG X 100:  78574801   $$ 15.00 B85 DG X 100:  78574901  $$ 15.00 B90 DG X 100:  78575001   $$ 25.00

1X2 Other range models

B100 DG X 100:  78575101 $$ 25.00 B115 DG X 100:  78575201   $$ 25.00 B130 DG X 100:  78830601 $$ 25.00 C609 SC on Snowblade DG = Double Grip

L l

B85 G X 100:  78855801 $$ 15.00

G = Grip B 85 G x 100 R 100 DG x 100 l L

(All prices in U.S. dollars. Prices are subject to change at anytime.)

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Spare Parts

Alpine Bindings > 73

Jigs All Senior products Q300 • Q300mini • S300 • S305 • C305 • Mini Grom 1X1 TZ 5 Juniortrak Synchro Center+Rental: Junior/Senior Z Speed: All models

56-99 mm: 001156     $$100.00 80-123 mm: 001157 $$100.00 56-99 mm: 78406101 $$80.00 56-99 mm: 24729001 $$100.00 56-99 mm: 001003     $$100.00 80-123 mm: 001040 $$100.00 70-116 mm: 11139301 $$50.00

Tools 1X1 Deflex/Hangl & Poweraxe Race GS: Drill bit

1X5 Drill bit

1X1 Pilot: Torx bit for electric screwdriver 1X1 Posidrive screwdriver 1X1 Adjustement tool 1X2 Pilot & Poweraxe Race GS / Hangl 00: Torx bit 1X100 Repair plugs 1X1 Special binding mounting glue

Ø 4,6 X L 11,5 mm: 001121

$$40.00

Ø 3,6 X L 8 mm : 000814  

$$78.00

Ø 4,1 X L 8 mm: 000813  

$$78.00

Ø 4,1 X L 9,5 mm: 000893  

$$78.00

Ø 3,6 X L 9,5 mm: 000892

$$78.00

Fein 25 mm: 887607

$$16.00

7 mm: 000862

$$14.00

000902

$$20.00

25 mm: 887606

$$16.00

000846

$$16.00

000811

$$10.00

Ø 4,5 mm: (white) 000819   (black) 000818

$$3.50

1X1 Tube of grease

000905

$$5.00

1X2 Transparent demoboard + straps

001188

$$20.00

15 mm: 78491501

$$20.00

78497501

$$34.00

1X100 Plastic plugs

Plate Kit 1X2 Cosmic & Z Axe plus 1X2 Snowblade release

(All prices in U.S. dollars. Prices are subject to change at anytime.)

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Spare Parts

Alpine Bindings > 74

Screws (Together column number and reference # = screw positions)

ø

Référence Reference

L

ø L

Voir tableaux pages suivantes pour les modèles correspondants See charts on following pages for the concerned models

} e.g.:

17/ 000900

14

15

mm: Ø x L mm: Ø x L Longueur • Length

000834 000836 000899 000900 000908 000957 001004 001018 001085 001087 001099 000829 000830 000832 000894 000895 000896 000897 000909 000910 000911 000912 000930 000958 000960 000961 001057 001058 001082 001083 001086 001100 001101 001102 001136 001138 78385901 78831301 78831401 78832201 78832801 88813801 88813901 10115201

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

16

17

10 x 13,5 10 x 20,5 10 x 16,5 10 x 23,2 10 x 25,0 10 x 27,5 10 x 18,3 10 x 21,3 10 x 36,0 10 x 29,0 10 x 32,5 10 x 13,5 10 x 15,0 10 x 23,0 10 x 11,8 8 x 13,0 9 x 15,0 10 x 18,8 9 x 10,0 10 x 16,5 9 x 18,0 9 x 29,0 9 x 16,5 9 x 12,5 9 x 27,0 9 x 8,5 9 x 19,5 9 x 32,5 9 x 21,0 9 x 25,5 10 x 19,5 9 x 24,0 9 x 23,0 10 x 34,0 9 x 10,7 9 x 34,0 8,8 x 14,35 9 x 17,3 9 x 26 BN8 4 x 10 8,8 x 12,7 10 x 12 10 x 20,5 8,8 x 12,6

001153 001101 000912 001102 001057 001083 78831501 78831701 78832001 (All prices in U.S. dollars. 78832501 Prices are subject to change at anytime.)

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79491501

787169 - 787170 SMARTRAK CONTROL + Z12TI . Z10

78497501

$$ 13.00 $$ 13.00 $$ 8.00 $$ 14.00 $$ 15.00 $$ 14.00 $$ 15.00 $$ 15.00 $$ 10.00 $$ 10.00 $$ 10.00 $$ 12.00 $$ 8.00 $$ 10.00 $$ 13.00 $$ 10.00 $$ 10.00 $$ 10.00 $$ 13.00 $$ 14.00 $$ 13.00 $$ 15.00 $$ 14.00 $$ 12.00 $$ 15.00 $$ 13.00 $$ 15.00 — $$ 10.00 $$ 10.00 $$ 10.00 $$ 12.00 $$ 12.00 $$ 10.00 $$ 10.00 $$ 12.00 $$ 8.00 $$ 9.00 $$ 9.00 $$ 8.00 $$ 8.00 $$ 10.00 $$ 13.00 $$ 10.00

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Spare Parts

Alpine Bindings > 75

Toe (prices and screw positions on page 74) col./ref. C305 Grom • C305 SR • Mini Grom • 305 SR • 305 • 305 mini 06 • Junior T 5 & T 5 SR 07 • L 7 • L 7 SR 08  2/ 000894 S305 Grom  2/ 000958 S810 Ti Pi Edge • S810 Pi Edge • S914 Fis • S912 Ti • S912 Fi • S912 • S910 Team • S810 • S810Ti • S914 Pi FR • S914 Fis 24 • S914 Fis 20 • S910 Fis 24 •  2/ 001057 S910 Fis 20 • S912 Ti Pi FR • S810 Ti Pi FR • S914 Pi Edge • S912 Ti Pi Edge • S912 Fis 20 • S812 Pi Edge • S910 Ti C610 • C509 • C509 SR • C608 SR • C608 • C608 Fis 20 • C608 Fis 17 • C710 • C609 Ti • C609 SR • C609 •  3/ 000930 S710 • S708 T • S708 T SR • S710 SR • S711 SR • S710 Ti • S710 Pi FR  2/ 000911  4/ 001082 S711 • S711 Pi FR  3/ 000912 Plaque Axe + 99+ S914 • S912 • S811 • S810 • S910 T • S810 Ti • S810 CP • S912 Ti • S810 SR  1/ 000960 S710 Axe+ • S708T • S710 CP • S710 Ti CP • S711 CP  4/ 001083 C610 Axe+ • C608 CP • C610 CP • C710 CP • C710 Ti CP  4/ 001101 Plaque Drive+ 500 • 600 • C509 Drive+ • C609 Drive+ S305 SC  8/ 000961    6/ 000958 Junior T 5 SC 07  8/ 000961    9/ 000958    3/ 000894 S912 Ti SC • 810 SC • S 810 Ti SC  3/ 000911    5/ 000909 S710 SC • S711 SC • S712 SC • S710 Ti SC  6/ 000930    5/ 000909    6/ 001057 C509 SC • C608 SC • C609 SC  6/ 000930    6/ 000911    5/ 000909 LZ 8 SC 08 • L 7 &• L 9 SC 09  5/ 000909    12/ 000958    9/ 000829 920 LAB • 916 LAB • 914 LAB • 920 ZZ LAB • 916 ZZ LAB • Z920 LAB SS • Z916 LAB SS  16/ 001101    16/ 001082  4/ 001082 Pilot S710 Cosmic S920 • S916 • S914 Fis 17 • S920 Race • STH 16 07   4/ 000910    4/ 000911 LZ 8 • LZ 9 08 • L 9 & L 10  09  7/ 000829  4/ 78385901 C607 SR • C607  3/ 001101 S914 Fis 26,3 • S910 Fis 26,3  5/ 000909    6/ 000930    6/ 001057 Z12 Ti SC • Z12 SC • Z10 Ti SC • Z10 SC • 710 SC • 609 SC • 608 SC 06 Z12 Ti • Z10 Ti • Z10 Fis 20 • 710 • 610 • 609 • 609 Ti • 609 SR 608 06 •  6/ 000930    6/ 78831301 Smartrak Grip+ 610, 611, 710 Ti, Z10 Ti, Z10, Z12, 609, 609 Ti 06 • Z14 08 Z12 Ti AXE+ • 610 CP 06  2/ 000960    2/ 78831401  1/ 001100    1/ 001101 609 D+ 06 914 Fis 20 • 914 • Smartrak Grip + 914 06  1/ 000930    1/ 78831301 Smartrak Prolink & Smartrak Control + 914, Z12 Ti, Z12, Z10 Ti, Z10, 711, 710 Ti 06 • Z14 08  1/ 78832201 Smartrak Prolink + 914 06  1/ 78832801 Smartrak Prolink & Smartrak Control + Z12 Ti, Z12, Z10 Ti, Z10, 711, 710 Ti 06 • Z14 08  2/ 10115201 STH 12 07 • STH 14 • Z14 LAB 08 6/ 000930    6/ 000911 STH 14 Driver 08  3/ 000911

Brake (prices and screw positions on page 74) col./ref. Brake

 5/ 000829

Heel (prices and screw positions on page 74) col./ref. Pilot Edge Loc SC: S912 Ti Pi Edge • S810 Ti Pi Edge  17/ 000830    17/ 000829    17/ 000900 Pilot Free Ride Loc SC: S912 Ti Pi FR • S810 Ti Pi FR • S711 Pi FR  17/ 001086    5/ 000957 C305 Grom • C305 SR • Mini Grom • 305 SR • 305 • 305 Mini 06  2/ 000834    2/ 000899 S305 Grom  8/ 001004    11/ 001018 S914 Fis 17 • 914 • Z12 TI • Z10 TI • Z10 • 710 • 610 • 609 • 608 06 • C608 Fis 17 • S710 • S608 • C610 • C509 • C608 • C710 • S710 Ti •  11/ 000894    11/ 001004 C609 Ti • C609 • Z14 & Z12 08 • LZ 8 08 • LZ 9 08 • Z12++ 09 • L 9 & L 10  09 609 SR 06 • S710 SR • S711 SR • S708 T SR • C509 SR • C608 SR • C609 SR  1/ 000894    1/ 000836 S912 Ti • S912 • S810 • S711 • S910 T • S810 TI • S914 Fis 24 • S910 Fis 24  3/ 000897    6/ 000957 C608 Fis 20 • 914 Fis • S914 Pi FR • S912 Ti Pi FR • S810 Ti Pi FR • S914 Pi Edge • 914 FIS 20 • Z10 FIS 20 06 •  11/ 000830    11/ 000900 S810 Ti Pi Edge • S810 Pi Edge • S912 Ti Pi Edge • S812 Pi Edge • S912 Fis 20 • S914 Fis 20 • S910 Fis 20 Plaque Axe + 99+ S850 • S914 • S912 • S811 • S810 • S710 • S711 CP • S912 Ti • Z10 TI AXE+ • 610 CP 06 •  11/ 001101    11/ 001102 S608 T • C610 • S910 T • C608 CP • C610 CP • C710 CP • S710 CP • S810 CP • C710 Ti CP  11/ 000911    11/ 000908 Plaque Drive + • C509 Drive + • 609 D + 06 S305 SC • 305 SC 06

 6/ 000957    11/ 001099

 9/ 001083    9/ 001102 S850 SC (Drive+) • C608 SC • C609 SC • S912 Ti SC • S810 SC • S810 S • S712 S • S711 SC • S710 S • C509 SC • S810 Ti SC • All SC 02+ 920 LAB • 916 LAB • 914 LAB • 920 ZZ LAB • 916 ZZ LAB • Z920 LAB SS • Z916 LAB SS  16/ 001100    16/ 001138    16/ 000897 S920 • S916 • STH 12 & 16 07 • STH Driver 14 08 • STH 14 08 • Z14 LAB 08 • STH12++ 09  4/ 000897    4/ 000829    4/ 000912 C607 SC  17/ 001100    17/ 001102 C607 SR • 607 SR 06 • L7 SR 08  17/ 000909    17/ 001004 C607 • 607 06 • L7 08 S914 Fis 26,3 • S910 Fis 26,3

 2/ 000899    2/ 000909  7/ 888139    7/ 001087

Z12 TI SC • Z12 SC • Z10 TI SC • Z10 SC • 710 SC • 609 SC • 608 SC 06 • LZ8 SC 08 • L 9 & L 10  09

 1/ 001085    2/ 001083

Smartrak Prolink & Smartrak Control + 914 • Z12 TI • Z12 • Z10 TI • Z10 • 711 • 710 TI 06 • Z14 08 Junior T 5 & T 5 SR 07 Junior T 5 Juniortrak 07 Junior T 5 SC 07

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 1/ 78832201  11/ 000896    2/ 000899  11/ 000908    11/ 001101  11/ 001099    11/ 000912

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Spare Parts

ALPINE Skis > 76

SKIS Tips 1X2 Verse 8500 00-03 • Verse 590 03 • X-Scream 700 01-02 • Crossmax 700 01-04 • Scleaver 790 03 • Scrambler 400 04 1X2 1X2 1X2 1X2 1X2

1X2 1X2

Crossmax 10 Pilot Rental 01-02 • Crossmax 8 Pilot Rental 01-03 • Crossmax 7 Pilot Rental 01-03 • Scleaver 7.9 Pilot Rental 03 • Verse 10 Pilot Rental 01-03 • Crossmax7 TX Pilot Rental 03 • Verse 8 Pilot Rental 02 • Scream 10 Pilot Rental 01-02 Equipe SC • Equipe GC • Equipe 9GC • Demo 10 3V • Demo 10 2V • Demo9 • Demo8 • •Demo Lady • Crossmax V12 • Crossmax V10 • Rush n°10 • Rush n°7 • Rush 700 • •Streetracer 10 • Streetrace r8 • Streetracer 7 • Streetracer 6, 600, 800 05-06 • •Rush 6, 600, 800 05-06 • Equipe 10 T 3V 05-06 • Demo Lady 06 Scrambler Hot • Scrambler 9 • Scrambler 8 • Scrambler 7 • Scrambler 6 • Scrambler 5 • Scrambler Custom • Scrambler 700 • Scrambler 400 • Siam n°10 • Siam n°7 • XW 5, 6, 8 • 400, 700 06 • XW Fury • Hurricane 06 • Siam n°5, 400 05-06 • Axess 06 Crossmax 10 Pilot 03-04 • Crossmax 9 Pilot 04 • Crossmax 8 Pilot 04 • Teneighty 02-04 • Scream 10 Hot 03-04 • Scream 10 Xtra Hot 03-04 Equipe GC • GC Race • GC Series • SC, SC Race, 3V • Streetracer 8, 10, 800, 80,8 TX, Sport • Demo X 2V, X 3V, XR, XT • Crossmax V8, V10, V12, V800 • 9000 replica 06 Equipe 3V, GC Series, GC Race, SC Race • Aero GT, X • Demo X3, XR, XT, GTX • Crossmax V8, V10, V800, W12 • XW Cyclone, Typhoon 07 Equipe GC, GC Series, SC Race, RC • Aero GT R, GT, XSI • Aeromax Ti, STi • Demo XR, XT • Crossmax V10 • Origins Amethyst, Amethyst 800 08 XW 3, 4,4 Tx, 10 • Siam N3, N4, N8, N10, N 40, Flirt, Origins, Sinsation • XW Blast, Tornado, Sandstorm, Vector, AT, X Radiant 06 XW 4, 6, 800, X3, X7, Attack, Tx, STX, Vector, Tornado, Fury, Sandstorm, Storm • Jewel Amber, Crystal, Diadem, Opal, Origins, Pearl, Topaz - Demo lady 07 XW 4, 6, 8, 10, 500, 800, X7, X9, Fire, Cyclone, Hurricane • Origins Amber, Amber 500, Pearl, Ruby, Diadem, Crystal, Jade, Opal,Topaz • Demo lady 08 Equipe 2V Race 07 • Demo X2, Ti, RT 07 • X Wing 500 07-08 • Aero Ti, S, RT, GTI, Ti Rental, S Rental 07 • Jewel Amber 500 07 • Instinct Fever 500 07 • Aeromax RT, SR, GTS 08

89249301 $$ 10.00 78570801

$$ 8.00

78571001 $$ 10.00 78325101 $$ 10.00 78799401

$$ 6.00

78799501

$$ 6.00

24729101

$$ 8.00

10077101 $$ 15.00

1X2 XW Fury 08 • XW Tornado, Tornado Ti 08-09 • Origin Diamond 09-10 • Enduro 10 1X2

89249201 $$ 10.00

XW Storm 09 • XW 8, 6, 4 09 • 8R, 6R 09 • Origin Opal, Topaz, Crystal, Amber, Diadem, Crystal R 5 09 • XW Typhoon, Hurricane, Twister 09

10832701 $$ 10.00

1X2 Czar, Lord, Dumont, Suspect, Threat, Lady, Mai Tai 08-10 • Shogun, Vamp, Geisha 09-10 • Knight 10

10879901 $$ 12.00

1X2 XW Focus 10

12145601

$$10.00

1X2 Select, Vital, Zen, Fresh Touch 10 • Powerline Daytona, 24 Speed, 24 Sport, 24 Sport R, GT Pro, GT Pro R 10

12145701

$$10.00

S90190

$$ 6.00

S90158

$$ 8.00

10853701

$$ 6.00

10853901

$$ 6.00

10854001

$$ 6.00

10854201

$$ 6.00

1X2 Xwave & Rush • Falcon & Instinct • Impact & Idol • X3 (collier/cuff)

Collier / Cuff: 10809301

$$ 5.00

1X2 Xwave & Rush • Falcon & Instinct • Impact & Idol • X3

Coque / Shell: 10817901

$$ 5.00

Collier / Cuff: 12006901

$$3.00

99493501

$$ 5.00

Collier / Cuff: 12007001

$$2.00

Edges (25cm) 1X2 For all models

Base Material (50cm) 1X1 For all models

POLES Baskets Carbon Poles: Rental Composite 06-10 • Element 08-10 • Element Vario 10 • Origins 08 Aluminium poles: Origins 09-10 08-10: Rental Anodized Adult, Artic, Artic Origins, Northpole, Divine Origins 1X2 09-10: Racer, Northpole Origins, F-One, Allium, X-Wing, Fury, Patrol, Brigade 10: X-W, Mai Tai, Topaz 09-10: Rental Anodized JR, Equipe Junior, X-Wing Junior 1X2 10: Kitten 1X2 Strap Rental Adult 1X2

ALPINE BOOTS Buckle Tooth Insert

1X2

1/4 turn buckle: Performa & Irony • Xwave & Rush • Impact 880 & Idol 880 • Mission & Divine• Mission RS & Divine RS

1X2 Performa & Irony • Elios & Charm • Mission & Divine 1X2 Focus • Quest • SPK • Ghost • Shogun • Poison

(All prices in U.S. dollars. Prices are subject to change at anytime.)

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Spare Parts Buckle

Poles > 77

(M* = Micro • V* = Vario)

M* Alu: Ghost • Shogun • Poison • Pro Model • Kaos • Kreation • Kaïd • Keira • SPK 1X2 M* Alu: Course X3 • Falcon • Instinct • Impact • Idol • X Wave • Rush • Mission RS • 1X2 Divine RS • Mission • Divine M* Alu: Quest 1X2 M* Plastic: Mission • Divine • Mission RS • Divine RS • Charm • Performa 1X2 V* Symbio: 500 • 440 1X1 V*

Symbio

1X2 Plastic: T3 • T2 • X3 60 • Team 1X2 Quest Backbone

S: 10818001 L: 10818101 $$ 20.00 S: 10818201 M: 10818301 L: 10818401 $$ 15.00 S: 12007101 M: 12007201 L: 12007301

$$7.50 $$8.00

S: 12007401 M: 12007501 L: 12007601

$$3.00

S: 78396901   L: 78397001

$$ 7.00

Cable length: 540 mm / 22.0-25.5: 882844 $$ 12.00 Cable length: 560 mm / 26.0-30.0: 882845 $$ 12.00 Cable length: 580 mm / 78862701 $$ 13.00 $$3.00 S: 12007701   L: 12007801

$$3.00

12009601

$$4.50

23.5: 12001622   24.5: 12001624   25.5: 12001626   26.5: 12001629   27.5: 12001631   28.5: 12001633

$$85.00

22.5W: 12001756   23.5W: 12001722   24.5W: 12001724   25.5W: 12001726

$$50.00

26.5: 12001729  27.5: 12001731  28.5: 12001733   29.5: 12001736  30.5: 12001738  31.5: 12001741

$$50.00

24.5W: 12001824   25.5W: 12001826   26.5W: 12001829

$$50.00

27.5: 12001831   28.5: 12001833   29.5: 12001836

$$50.00

Innerboot 1X2

My Custom Fit Race: Falcon • Instinct • X3 JR

1X2 Rental AutoCustom Shell: Focus • SPK

1X2 Rental Thermic Fit Biovent: Quest

1X2 Rental Thermic Fit: Performa (M&W)

22.0W: 78400219   23.5W: 78400222   $$72.00 24.5W: 78400224   25.5W: 78400226   26.5: 78399929   27.5: 78399931   28.5: 78399933   $$ 72.00 29.5: 78399936  30.5: 78399938   31.5: 78583741   32.5: 78583743   33.5: 78583745 $$ 78.00

1X2 Rental Thermic Fit: Symbio

1X2

Thermic Fit: Performa T 3 • T 3 Rental • Kaïd • Keira

1X2

Thermic Fit: Performa T 2 • T 2 Rental • Kaïd

1X2

22.0: 489681   23.5: 489683   24.5: 489685   25.5: 489687  26.5: 489689   27.5: 489691   $$ 50.00 28.5: 489693  29.5: 490429 30.5: 489695 22.0: 12001919   23.5: 12001922   24.5: 12001924   25.5: 12001926   26.5: 12001929  

$$30.00

18.0: 12002010   19.0: 12002012   20.0: 12002054   21.0: 12002055  

$$25.00

Thermic Fit: Impact JR

22.0: 78399719   23.5: 78399722   24.5: 78399724   25.5: 78399726   26.5: 78399729   27.5: 78399731

$$62.00

1X2

My Custom Fit Pro: Falcon 100 • X3 JR 09

22.0: 78862919   23.5: 78862922   24.5: 78862924   25.5: 78862926   26.5: 78862929   27.5: 78862931

$$86.00

1X2

My Custom Fit Performance: Impact Idol 

1X2

Rental Thermic Fit: Impact Idol  

1X2

XFit Fusion Advanced: Mission Divine  

1X2

XFit Fusion Advanced: Mission Divine  

1X2

Rental Thermic Fit: Mission RS & Divine RS

  22.0 W: 55472419   23.5 W: 55472422   24.5 W: 55472424   25.5 W: 55472426  

$$90.00

26.5: 55472429   27.5: 55472431   28.5: 55472433   29.5: 55472436   30.5: 55472438   31.5: 55472441

$$90.00

  22.0 W: 55472519   23.5 W: 55472522   24.5 W: 55472524   25.5 W: 55472526  

$$70.00

26.5: 55472529   27.5: 55472531   28.5: 55472533   29.5: 55472536   30.5: 55472538   31.5: 55472541

$$70.00

  22.0 W: 55472619   23.5 W: 55472622   24.5 W: 55472624   25.5 W: 55472626  

$$88.00

26.5: 55472629   27.5: 55472631   28.5: 55472633   29.5: 55472636   30.5: 55472638   31.5: 55472641

$$88.00

22.0 W: 11105519 23.5 W: 11105522 24.5 W: 11105524 25.5 W: 11105526 26.5: 11105529 27.5: 11105531 28.5: 11105533 29.5: 11105536 30.5: 11105538 31.5: 11105541 22.0 W: 10078319 23.5 W: 10078322 24.5 W: 10078324 25.5 W: 10078326

$$60.00

26.5: 10078429 27.5: 10078431 28.5: 10078433 29.5: 10078436 30.5: 10078438 31.5: 10078441 32.5: 10078443 33.5: 10078445

$$88.00

$$80.00

(All prices in U.S. dollars. Prices are subject to change at anytime.)

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Spare Parts

Alpine Boots > 78

Bootfitting 1X1 Heating machine

1X1 Measurer

U.S. & Canada: Z15620   $$ 295.00

10877101

$$80.00

Bootfitting 18.0: 10078610   19.0: 10078612   20.0: 10078654   21.0: 10078655   22.0: 10078619  23.0-23.5: 10078621  24.0-24.5: 10078623  25.0-25.5: 10078625   $$ 5.50 26.0-26.5: 10078628  27.0-27.5: 10078630   28.0-28.5: 10078632  29.0-29.5: 10078635   30.0-30.5: 10078637   31.0-31.5: 10078639  32.0-32.5: 10078642  33.0-33.5: 10078644   22.0: 55473119   23.0-23.5: 55473121   24.0-24.5: 55473123   25.0-25.5: 55473125   $$ 15.00 Therm-ic Insoles 26.0-26.5: 55473128   27.0-27.5: 55473130   24.0-24.5: 88164023   25.0-25.5: 88164025   26.0-26.5: 88164028   $$ 12.00 Footbed: Standard (black) 27.0-27.5: 88164030   28.0-28.5: 88164032   29.0-29.5: 88164035   22.0-23.5: 489965   24.0-25.5: 489966   $$ 12.00 Footbed: Performa Prolink+Sport • Evolution 26.0-27.5: 489967   28.0-29.5: 489968     2 • Verse • Ellipse • Performa 30.0-33.5: 78592037 $$ 6.00 Sealing gaskets $$2.50 22.0-27.5: 12002101   28.0-31.5: 12002201 Mission, Divine 22.0-25.5: 55472301   $$ 8.00 Sealing gaskets Impact Idol 26.0-31.5: 55473001 $$ 8.00 22.0-25.5: 10078701   $$ 12.00 Lower leg strap 35 mm (black/red) 26.0-33.5: 10078801

1X2 Rental Insoles 1X2 1X2 1X2 1X4 1X4 1X2

78591901

$$ 5.00

1X4 Course Ellipse: Canting rivet

78399001

$$ 8.00

1X4 Course X2: Canting screw

78399101 $$ 14.00

1X4 X-Wave • Impact • Mission RS • Divine RS • Falcon • Instinct: Canting rivets

78399201

1X20 Toothed nut M4 & screw

10078901 $$ 10.00

1X10 Screw + insert (teeth + 3D plate)

12002301

1X2 Pre-cut foam sheet (4mm)

10079101 $$ 35.00

1X8 Lateral cap Y/C (grey)

Innerboot Adaptation / Bootfitting

$$ 8.00 $$2.50

22.0-25.5: 882397   26.0-30.0: 882398 24.0-25.5: 882399   26.0-30.0: 882400

$$ 7.00 $$ 7.00 $$ 7.00 $$ 7.00

1X2 Back: Performa • Evolution • Performa T3 • Symbio 440 05 • Elios • Charm

8 mm / 22.0-33.5: 487450

$$ 6.00

Front: Performa • Evolution • Performa T3 • Symbio • Performa 04 • 1X2 Verse 04 • Ellipse 04

8 mm / 22.0-25.5: 489617   8 mm / 26.0-33.5: 489618

$$ 8.00 $$ 8.00

1X2

Prolink Forward Lean Adjustment Wedge : (All products Course • Performa Prolink) (black)

1X2 Prolink innerboot adaptation plate

Bootsole + Screws

1X2

Walkadin Back: Verse • Ellipse & Siam • Performa & Irony • Course 60 (22-26.5) • Impact • Idol • Mission • Divine

Walkadin Front: Ellipse & Siam • Performa & Irony • Symbio 440 05 • 1X2 Course 60 (22-26.5) • Impact • Idol • Mission • Divine • Mission RS • Divine RS • SPK • Elios • Charm Alpine Pad Front: Quest (grey/black) Alpine Pad Back: Quest • Mission • Divine • Mission RS • Divine RS (black/grey) Back: W-Wave (M&W) • Course XR Japon • Course GT • Course T • 1080 • 1080 Japon 1X2 • Course 100 • 90 • 80 • 70 1X2

12 mm / 22.0-33.5: 55473201

$$8.00

12 mm / 22.0-25.5: 53527601  

$$ 8.00

12 mm / 26.0-33.5: 53527701

$$ 8.00

12002401

$$4.00

 10079001 $$ 15.00  881642

$$ 5.00

1X2 Evolution2

 490353

$$ 6.00

1X2 Back: Team 3.0 • team 3.5

 489763

$$ 5.00

 16.0-17.0: 488030

$$ 4.00

1X2 Front: Performa T2 • Performa T4 Small • Course 60 (18-21)

 882381

$$ 6.00

1X2 Back: Performa T2 • Performa T4 Small • Course 60 (18-21)

882382

$$ 6.00

1X2 Back: 12 Mini • 15 Mini

(All prices in U.S. dollars. Prices are subject to change at anytime.)

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Spare Parts

Alpine Boots > 79

NORDIC Laces 1X1

Quickfit (see page 84: ref 86065701 Footwear)

1X10 Quickfit Holder

95 cm: 86065701

$$ 6.00

 10108001

$$ 4.00

(black): 10108101   $$ 10.00 (grey): 10108201 $$ 10.00

1X2 Zip 1X2 Lace

10107201

$$ 7.00

1X2 Strap Velcro

25823701

$$ 6.00

1X5 Carbon Pro • Racing Skate 9 • Active 9 Skate • Vitane 9 Skate

10106801

$$ 4.00

1X5 861 • Active 8 Skate CL • Vitane 8 Skate CL • Equipe Combi

10109201

$$ 4.00

1X5 Nail Active 08 Black

12011801

$$2.00

9K: 25823652   10K: 25823608   11K: 25823610   12K: 25823612   13K: 25823654   1: 25823616   2: 25823617   3: 25823656   4: 25823621   5: 25823623   6: 25823625   7: 25823627   8: 25823629   9: 25823631   10: 25823633   11: 25823635   12: 25823637   13: 25823639   14: 25823641

$$ 8.00

Rivet

Insoles 1X2 Durafresh 5 mm

$$ 8.00

Screw Chart 1X100 Profil Equipe Junior 1X100

Profil Equipe Skate+Classic • Profil Active SC SNS Propulse RC, SNS Propulse RC 2

1X100 SNS X Adventure Raid

  Ø 6,3 / 14,5: 78859901 $$ 19.00   Ø 6,3 / 17,7: 890111 $$ 14.00   Ø 6,3 / 26: F872020 $$ 14.00

SNS X Adventure Raid Pilot Equipe Skate • SNS X Adv Access • Profil Auto Men/ Women Pilot Sport Skate/Classic/ Women 1X100 Plaque SPS Pilot Sport Skate/Classic/Women

  Ø 6,3 / 19,5: 890109 $$ 13.00

Pilot Equipe Classic Profil Equipe Skate - Profil Equipe Classic - Profil Active SC SNS Propulse RC, SNS Propulse RC 2 Profil Auto JR Pilot Equipe Classic 1X100 Profil Snow/Monster

  Ø 6,3 / 14,5: 890112 $$ 13.00

Pilot Sport Junior - Pilot Junior Profil Equipe JR Plaque SPS Pilot Junior 1X50 Profil Auto Junior (Skis < 140) 1X10 Vis Réglage / Adjustment screw • Equipe Classic Pilot

 Ø 6,3 / 12: 108797

$$10.00

  Ø 5,4 / 10: 000909 $$ 13.00 55454101

$$ 3.00

Pull Tab 1X10 Pilot Equipe Skate - Pilot Active Skate

(yellow): 10106201 $$ 12.00

Plugs Pilot Equipe Skate • Profil Equipe Skate+Classic • Pilot Active Skate • Profil Auto (Men/ women/Junior) • Profil Active SC • SNS X adventure Raid+Access

  890094

$$ 4.00

1X10 Profil Equipe Classic • Profil Equipe skate • Profil Active SC

  10102101

$$ 6.00

1X1 Screw cap Pilot équipe Classic

  55454201

$$ 3.00

1X1 Screw cap Pilot sport

  55454301

$$ 3.00

1X10

Cap

(All prices in U.S. dollars. Prices are subject to change at anytime.)

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Spare Parts

SKI NORDIQUE > 80

Flexor Profil Equipe Skate 1X2 Profil Equipe Classic

115: (red)  10104201   125: (red)  10104301

$$ 5.00 $$ 5.00

85: (yellow)  10102201

$$ 5.00

Profil Active SC

105: (grey)  10105101

$$ 5.00

Profil Auto Men

105: (black)  10104801

$$ 5.00

1X2 Profil Auto Women Profil Auto Junior 1X2 SNS X Adventure Raid

95: (grey)  10104901

$$ 5.00

Junior: (yellow)  10105001

$$ 5.00

185: (grey)  10104401

$$ 5.00

Ridge Plate 1X2 Profil Equipe

  78846901 $$ 10.00   78847201 $$ 10.00

1X2 Ridge plate Profil Auto Universal

  78847101 $$ 10.00

1X2 Ridge Plate Pilot Skate

1X1 S/E Plate Pilot Equipe Classic

55454001 $$ 18.00

1X1 SPS Plate

25823501

$$ 5.00

  78847301

$$ 8.00

Steel Link 1X2 Steel link: Pilot

Service Products 1X1 Jig • Pilot • Profil • BC • X Adventure 1X4 Reversible jig pads • Pilot • Profil • BC • X Adventure 1X5 Drill bit - Profil Automatique Junior 1X1 Drill bit 1X1 Special repair plug drill bit 1X100 Repair plugs 1X1 6 face posidrive bit Sticker Pilot Equipe

891000 $$ 65.00   10106401 $$ 15.00 Ø 3,6 x L 8 mm:  000814 $$ 78.00 Ø 3,6 x L 15 mm: 10105201 $$ 30.00 10105301 $$ 32.00 000846 $$ 16.00 78504801 $$ 16.00 55453901

$$ 5.00

(All prices in U.S. dollars. Prices are subject to change at anytime.)

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Spare Parts

Nordic > 81

SNOWBOARD BOARDS Snowboard Tip Protector 1X1 Rental boards (black)

55473801

$$ 8.00

S: 55473954   M/L: 55473955

$$ 8.00

SNOWBOARD BINDINGS No spare parts for S PRO TEAM bindings

Transmission Pads 1X2 L+R Base Pad all SP models (khaki/black) 1X2 L+R Base Pad all SPX models (black)

S: 78858454   M: 78858456   L: 78858458 $$ 30.00

1X2 L+R Base Pad all Force & Grace models (black) 1X2 L+R Base Front Pad Slasher: all Slasher models, Arcade, Stella, Celeste, Patriot 1X2 L+R Base Pad all Relay models (black)

Black: S: 53527254   M: 53527256   L: 53527258 $$ 18.00

1X2 Cover disc Pad + Screw for transfer base: L+R Transfer models

Black: S: 10832554   M: 10832556   L: 10832558   White: S: 10834254   M: 10834256   L: 10834258  

$$4,00 $$4,00

1X8 Screw + washers for disk - All Models (except 98 Rental)

88999301

$$ 5.00

1X2 6 holes Disk IMS + Screws + Washers - All Models (except 98 Rental & Speedfit)

78855401

$$ 8.00

S: (black) 12023654   M: (black) 12023656   L: (black) 12023658 S: (white) 12023754   M: (white) 12023756   L: (white) 12023758 S: 53527454   M/L: 53527457 S: (black) 78563554   M/L: (black) 78563557 S: (white) 10134054   M/L: (white) 10134057

$$10.00 $$10.00 $$ 3.50 $$ 4.00 $$ 2.50

78839301

$$ 3.00

53527501

$$ 5.00

S/M: 78374919   L: 78374921

$$ 5.00

S: 78836255   L: 78836258 $$ 10.00 S: 10832254   M/L: 10832257

$$4,00

4x4 Disks

Straps 1X2 Toe Strap - All Models + M4 Toolfree 1X2 Toe Adjuster - All S and SP Models (black) 1X2 Toe Adjuster - All SPX, Force, Grace & Relay Models (black) 1X2 Holding toe strap adjuster - All Relay and Slasher models (black) 1X2 Holding toe strap adjuster - All Force and Grace models (white) 1X2 Toe Sawblade - All SP Models 06- (black)

S/M: 78837054   L: 78837057 $$ 7.00 $$2.00 S/M: (black) 12023855   L: (black) 12023858 1X2 Narrow Toe Sawblade 19 mm + Holding fast fit pin: All models with narrow buckle 10+ $$2.00 S/M: (white) 12024055   L: (white) 12024058 S/M: (black) 78837155   L: (black) 78837158 $$ 12.00 1X2 Toe Sawblade 24 mm + Holding fast fit: All Models 09- except SP models. (black) S/M: (white) 10134155   L: (white) 10134158 $$ 2.50 1X2 Toe Sawblade - All SP Models 06+ (black)

1X2 Alu TOE Buckle All Models 09-

78855301 $$ 25.00

1X2 Alu ANKLE Buckle All Models 09-

78836901 $$ 28.00

TOE ratchet viper for sawblade 19 mm 1X2 width All Models 10+

12024101

1X2 ANKLE buckle viper & screw All Models 10+ 1X2 Ankle Strap All Relay Models (black) L+R 1X2 Ankle Strap All Relay Models (white) L+R 1X2 Ankle Strap All models (SP, SPX, Grace). (black) L+R 1X2 Ankle Strap All models (SP, SPX, Grace). (white) L+R 1X2 Cored Out Ankle Strap L+R All models except Relay. 1X2 Ankle Sawblade + Ring + Toothed Nut M5 All Models

$$7.00

12024301

$$7.00

145 mm / S/M: 99494055   165 mm / L: 78560054 145 mm / S/M: 99494155   165 mm / L: 78838755 165 mm / S: 78560054   185 mm / M/L: 78560057 165 mm / S: 78838755   185 mm / M/L: 78838758 (black) 165 mm / S: 12024455   (black) 185 mm / M/L: 12024458 (white) 165 mm / S: 12024555   (white) 185 mm / M/L: 12024558 (black) 78839201 (white) 10131401

$$ 25.00 $$ 33.00 $$ 25.00 $$ 40.00 $$ 33.00 $$ 33.00 $$ 40.00 $$ 40.00 $$10.00 $$10.00 $$10.00 $$10.00 $$ 4.00 $$ 2.50

(All prices in U.S. dollars. Prices are subject to change at anytime.)

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Spare Parts

Snowboard Bindings > 82

1X2 Ankle Adjustment Kit Ring + Toolfree Adjuster M4 + Tooth Nut All models

(black) 12024601 (white) 12024701

$$2.50 $$2.50

1X2 Aesthetic Strap Washer + Strap Screw M5: Relay screw outside

(white) 78839101

$$ 3.00

1X2 Aesthetic Strap Nut + Strap Screw M5: Relay screw inside

99493801

$$ 4.00

Strap Kit (screw M5/nut M5/wascher M5) - (Toe/Ankle) All SP models 1X4 Strap Kit (screw M5/nut M5/wascher M5) - (Ankle) All SPX models

889905 88999701

$$ 5.00 $$ 6.00

1X4 Strap Kit (screw + nut) - (Ankle) All Force & Grace models .

78836801

$$ 6.00

Spoilers • Highback 1X2 Highback Rotation Screw: All Relay models

78839401

$$ 3.00

1X2 Toolfree FWL Adjuster: All models (grey)

78837501

$$ 7.00

1X1 Highback + FWL Adjuster + Screw: All W models except Relay (white) 1X1 Highback + FWL Adjuster + Screw: All models except Relay

S/M: 78839755 $$ 16.50 S/M: 78839855   L: 78839858 $$ 13.00 $$ 5.00

1X2 FWL Adjuster: Only Force model (grey)

99493901

1X2 FWL Adjuster: All models 06- except Force & Relay (black)

78857701

$$ 6.00

1X2 Length Base Adjustment Kit: All Force & Grace models (black)

78858001

$$ 6.00

Rental • Speedfit / Fastec 1X2 Disk: Speedfit & Fastec models 1X8 Screw 4X4 M6X20: Speedfit & Fastec models

78333801 Aftermarket $$ 30.00 78620501

$$ 4.00

Rental • Speedfit 1X2 Ankle Strap

78697201 $$ 22.00 $$10.00

1X2 Aluminum Buckle + Screw M5 + Save nut M5 X 8

12025801

1X2 Plastic Buckle + Screw M5 + Save nut M5 X 8

78619001

$$ 8.00

1X2 Quick cricket: Tool free ankle strap adjustment

78619101

$$ 8.00

1X2 TOE: Sawblade Fast Fit Tooth Straps

9,5 mm hole: 78619201

$$ 4.00

1X2 ANKLE: Sawblade straps for bolt gard 05+

9,5 mm hole: 78619301

$$ 4.00

1X2 Holding Fast Fit: Toestrap snap support easy base

78619401

$$ 4.00

1X2 Toestrap L/XL . (S/M couper 1 trou pour petite taille)

78619559 $$ 15.00

1X2 Heelcup lever

78620601

$$ 4.00

1X4 Highback screw + bush + nut M6 .

78620701

$$ 4.00

1X2 Forward lean screw + washer + savenut M5 X 10

78620901

$$ 4.00

1X1 Highback + FWL adjuster + screw 10-

S/M: 78621101 $$ 16.00 L/XL, S/M: 12026601

$$7.00

S/M: 78621301

$$ 6.00

1X2 Forward lean adjuster HB + screw & nut M5 x 10 10-

L/XL: 78621401

$$ 6.00

1X2 Forward lean adjuster HB + screw & nut M5 x 10 10-

L/XL, S/M: 12026901

$$2.00

1X1 Highback Cored Out + FWL adjuster + screw 10+ 1X2 Forward lean adjuster HB + screw & nut M5 x 10 10-

1X2 Scratchs + Springs + Covers + Levers + Screws L&R

78840001 $$ 20.00

1X6 Plug for base plate

12027401

$$7.00

S/M: 10834655   M/L: 10834658  

$$4,00

1X2 Kit Ankle strap Fastec L+R

10835401

$$15,00

1X2 Kit Toe strap Fastec

10835501

$$15,00

Toe strap adjuster

10835601

$$4,00

Ankle strap adjuster ( special nut, screw M5x8, safety washer,connection nut)

10835701

$$4,00

ARS Autorelease buckles KIT ( M5x8 screw ,Buckle cam, Nut M5, safety washer)

10835801

$$10,00

S/M M/L: 10835955   L/XL: 10835957  

$$20,00

1X2 Front Pad + Screws L+R

Rental • Fastec

1X2 L+R 1X2 L+R 1X2 L+R 1X2 L+R

Scratchs + Springs + Covers + Levers + Screws

(All prices in U.S. dollars. Prices are subject to change at anytime.)

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Spare Parts

Snowboard Bindings > 83

SNOWBOARD BOOTS Liners 1X2

FULL CUSTOM FIT Pro All Models Except Talapus & F models

1X2

CUSTOM FIT All Models Except Talapus & F models

23.0‑23.5: 78835921   24.0‑24.5: 78835923   25.0‑25.5: 78835925   26.0‑26.5: 78835928   27.0‑27.5: 78835930   28.0‑28.5: 78835932   $$ 122.00 29.0‑29.5: 78835935   30.0‑30.5: 78835937 23.0‑23.5: 78836021   24.0‑24.5: 78836023   25.0‑25.5: 78836025   26.0‑26.5: 78836028   27.0‑27.5: 78836030   28.0‑28.5: 78836032   $$ 74.00 29.0‑29.5: 78836035   30.0‑30.5: 78836037

Inner Soles 1X2 All models except Talapus

23.0: 78611721   23.5: 78611722   24.0: 78611723   24.5: 78611724   25.0: 78611725   25.5: 78611726   26.0: 78611728   26.5: 78611729   $$ 11.00 27.0: 78611730   27.5: 78611731   28.0: 78611732   28.5: 78611733   29.0: 78611735   29.5: 78611736   30.0: 78611737   30.5: 78611738

Laces 1X2 Power Lace handle (All models) with Power Lace

78396101

$$ 8.00

1X2 Lace Pulley (All models) with SPL lace

10836201

$$3,00

1X2 Combo closed + lace: for SPL models only

10836101

$$2,00

1X2 Minicombo Main Part 09- All models except Kamooks and Talapus

99494501

$$ 7.00

1X2 Minicombo Main Part 10+ All models except Kamooks and Talapus

12038601

$$2.00

1X2 Power Lace Locker (All models)

78396201

$$ 5.00

1X2 LINER Kevlar Lace Locker (All models)

78396301

$$ 5.00

1X4 Open Top Hook Block / Crochet • All authentic models 08- Lace hook or Top Block

78396501

$$ 5.00

1X4 Closed Bottom Hook Block / Crochet • All authentic models 08- Eyestack Block

78396601

$$ 5.00

1X2 Open Eyestay block (Fusion models only)

19578501

$$ 4.00

1X2 Closed Eyestay block (Fusion models only)

19578601

$$ 4.00

1X8 Open Top Hook Block: All Authentic models 09+

10837301

$$4,00

1X4 Closed Eyestay / Bottom Hook Block: All Authentic models 09+

10837101

$$4,00

10837401

$$2,00

(black) 25.5: 78396026 28.5: 78396733 31.5: 78396841   (black) 225 cm / 31.5: 12038941   (white) 225 cm / 31.5: 12039041 (dark brown) 225 cm / 31.5: 12039141   (red) 225 cm / 31.5: 12039241  

$$2.00 $$2.00 $$2.00 $$2.00 $$2.00

1X2 Metal hook

1X2 Lace (all Power Lace models)

1X1 (All models) Liner kevlar lace (black)

25 m  78396401 $$ 17.00

1X2 Big Speed Lace Locker + Lace

78836101 $$ 10.00

1X2 Speed Lace Locker + Lace

88935501

$$ 2.50

1X2 New combo («tongue lace locker with springs»)

99494701

$$ 4.00

1X2 BOA coiler reel • O6 (B521) All BOA models 06-

19578701 $$ 40.00

1X2 BOA coiler reel • H2 (B779B) All BOA models 10+ 1X2 BOA Lace cable • All BOA models 1X2 BOA Lace cable • All BOA models 10+

12038701

$$18.00

130 cm / 22.0‑26.5: 19578801   $$ 14.00 $$4.00 140 cm / 27.0‑31.5: 12039301

(All prices in U.S. dollars. Prices are subject to change at anytime.)

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Spare Parts

Footwear > 84

FOOTWEAR Laces 1,60 m: 86065401   1,80 m: 86065501   2,00 m: 86065601   1,00 m: 86065101   (black) 1,30 m: 86065201   (grey) 1,30 m: 86065301 (black): 86065701   (grey): 86065801 (black): 12012301   (grey): 12012401

$$ 6.00 $$ 6.00 $$ 6.00 $$ 6.00 $$ 6.00 $$ 8.00 $$4.50 $$4.50

1X10 Plastic (black)

86067301

$$ 6.00

1X10 Lace Hook

86067401

$$ 8.00

1X2 Mountain Lace (grey) 1X2

Junior lace (black) Footwear lace

1X2 Quick Lace Kit 1X2 Quick Lace Small Kit

Poulies • Lace Hooks & Loops

Inner Soles 1X2 EVA insoles decut & perforated

1X2 Molded Felt Sockliner

3,5/4: 86065921   4,5/5: 86065923   5,5/6: 86065925   6,5/7: 86065927   7,5/8: 86065929   8,5/9: 86065931   9,5/10: 86065933   10,5/11: 86065935   $$ 10.00 11,5/12: 86065937   12,5/13: 86065939 3,5: 86068220   4,0: 86068221   4,5: 86068222   5,0: 86068223   5,5: 86068224   6,0: 86068225   6,5: 86068226   7,0: 86068227   7,5: 86068228   8,0: 86068229   8,5: 86068230   9,0: 86068231   9,5: 86068232   10,0: 86068233   10,5: 86068234   $$ 14.00 11,0: 86068235   11,5: 86068236   12,0: 86068237   12,5: 86068238   13,0: 86068239

(All prices in U.S. dollars. Prices are subject to change at anytime.)

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Warranty

Warranty > 85

Salomon Retail Binding Limited Warranty Salomon Retail Alpine Bindings are covered under warranty against defects in materials and manufacturing for a period of five years from their date of purchase to the original customer. In the absence of proof-of-purchase, this warranty period will be five years from date of manufacture of the product as indicated by production code. This warranty only covers the defective component, not the full pair or set, i.e., left toe piece, brake, right heel, etc. Abuse and normal wear are not covered by this warranty.

Replacement Procedures Step One. Verify by customer receipt or production code that the defective component is under warranty. (Warranty claims should be handled through Authorized Dealers to ensure speed and accuracy of product replacement. Please do not refer a customer directly to Salomon.) Step Two: Call customer service for return authorization number. (There is no longer an express warranty form.) Step Three: Return the defective set to Salomon with the return authorization number clearly printed on the outside of the package. Return the entire set, unless otherwise instructed by customer service. Ship the package freight pre-paid to: USA Canada Salomon Service Center Salomon Canada Sports Building 5X, Bay 6 Division of Amer Sports Canada Inc. 710 West Amidan Drive 3545 Thimens Blvd. Ogden, UT 84404 Saint-Laurent, Quebec H4R 1V5 Upon a dealer’s request to Customer Service, a warranty replace­ment component can be shipped in advance to the dealer before it is inspected at Salomon’s Service Center. Salomon will invoice the dealer for the replacement component and issue a credit when the defective component is received and verified. If the defective compo­nent exchanged for the advance replacement is not received within 45 days from the issue of the Return Authorization Number, or proves not to be defective, no credit will be issued for the replacement product. Step Four: Salomon will ship the replacement product to the dealer, surface freight pre-paid, after verification of the defect.

Mechanical Inspection Failures Normal wear is expected with the use of a product. Should a component fail a mechanical inspection (measured release values that fall outside the “In-Use Range”) within its warranty period, include the following information with the returned component. • Description of inspection that the component failed. • Brand of test device and date of most recent calibration. • Skier Code and visual indicator setting. • Boot brand, model and sole length. • All measured release values and name of the technician.

Every Salomon binding component is precision tested to assure its accuracy during manufacture. It is extremely rare that a component would be out of calibration unless there is visible damage. All bindings returned due to mechanical testing failures are inspected. No replacement product will be issued unless all required information is included with the product.

Product Age Verification Verification that the product is within the warranty period can be made in the following two ways: 1. Customer receipt indicating product was purchased within the last five years. 2. Component production code* indicating manufacture of product within last five years.

Note * All Salomon binding components are stamped with a two- or three-digit code upon their final production to indicate month and year of production. Normally, codes are a letter followed by a number, with the letter indicating month of produc­tion. Each number corresponds to the actual year of production, i.e., 3 would indicate 2003, 4 would indicate 2004, etc. To simplify the warranty process, product age is determined by the year of production only. Retail bindings with a production code indicating that the bindings were manufac­tured in 2006 (e.g., A6, M6) will be warranted until the end of the 2010/2011 ski season. Production codes are stamped in various places on all binding components.

Salomon Service Center In the event an unusual situation is encountered or a technical question arises please call the Salomon Service Center at: USA 1-800-654-2668 CAN 1-800-361-3398 ext. 1142

Salomon Alpine Skis, Snowblade & Boot Warranty Salomon alpine skis, Snowblade and boots are warranted for a period of 2 years from date of original purchase. To determine the period covered by the warranty, the customer has to show the sales receipt. The Salomon Snowblade warranty can only function if the customer presents the Snowblade unit to the dealer as it was sold (ski and binding). If not, the warranty cannot be honored. Salomon Pilot set warranty The skis are covered for 2 years from the date of original purchase. The bindings are covered by a 5 years warranty from the date of original purchase.

Ski: if there is a problem that is covered by the warranty (breakage, pulled edge…) that occurs during the warranty period (2 years), Salomon will  replace either the Ski + Binding unit or the Ski Only at our discretion. Binding: if there is a problem that is covered by the Salomon warranty (breakage, binding pulled-out…) that occurs during the warranty period (5 years), Salomon will replace the Binding Only, except if the damage concerns the brake or the AFD plate. In this case, Salomon will replace the defective part(s) with spare parts. Salomon’s only liability as regards this warranty will be to repair or replace the

defective product with a model or pair within the limits of available stock. These warranties cover skis, Snowblade, bindings against manufacturing defects. However, these warranties do not cover damage resulting from transport, handling, storage, failure by the cli-

ent to follow the instructions for use, modification of the product or normal wear and tear. In case of damage to a product caused by an accident or misuse, please consult Salomon Customer Service for advice on possible repair or replacement.

Ski problems not covered by the warranty Problems Bent skis Top surface Tip protector Tail protector Running surface Binding pull-out Pulled edge

Solutions Contact subsidiary for more information Can be repaired Can be repaired with spare parts Cannot be repaired Can be repaired Can be repaired with inserts Can be repaired

For all other problems, contact the subsidiary Customer Service.

Salomon Helmet & Alpine Pole Warranty Salomon helmets and poles are guaranteed against defects in materials and manufacturing for a period of one year from their date of purchase*. This warranty only covers the defective compo­nents. Claims arising from improper storage of product, modification, abuse and normal wear are not covered

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by this warranty. This warranty applies only to products sold by an Authorized Salomon Dealer. For warranty service, present the defective helmet with the original sales receipt to your nearest Authorized Salomon Dealer. * This warranty may vary in some countries.

Salomon’s only liability regarding this warranty will be to repair or replace the defective product with a model in an available version. Warning: The Salomon helmets are designed only for the following activities: ski, snowboard and skiboard (Snowblade®).

They are not designed to be used on motorbikes or for other sports, mechanical or not. The Alpine Salomon poles are designed for cross­country or downhill skiing only, except for the adjustable poles that can be used for downhill skiing and hiking.

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