Scott Warden 13

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Scott Warden 13 2015

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Regular Price: £165.00

Special Price £125.00

Freeski Binding DIN 4-13

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Regular Price: £165.00

Special Price £125.00

The Warden 13 binding is essentially the toe and tail pieces of the Guardian Hike and Ride binding.  The most notable modification is the introduction of a sliding plate under the forefoot of your boot to facilitate the easy egress once the binding decides to let go of your boot.  The high degree of elasticity that the binding will permit before a release is triggered is going to be of great benefit to both Freestylers and Freeriders who are looking for the longest possible time to recover a potential fall without increasing the risk of injury. 

TECH SPEC

DIN 4-13

Adjustable toe height

Stand height 21mm

Increased skiing performance using double freeflex construction

Available in brake widths 90mm,100mm, 115mm

Tech Spec

Brand Scott
Binding type All Mountain, Freeski

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Posted by Nick on Sunday, 12 November 2017

Question:

Hi there, my skis are 88mm underfoot. Which width of binding brake do you recommend?

Answers:

  • Posted by John Sturgess on Sunday, 12 November 2017

    Hi Nicky

    Thanks for your enquiry about brake width on the Warden's and we'ddefinitely recommend the 100mm ones.  The 90's would just fit but would present problems when "locking and unlocking" your skis by their brakes when stopping at restaurants and at the end of the day, possbly to the point of embarrassed frustration!

    the 100's will make that practice much easier and at the same time not be so wide when you are clipped into the bindings as to risk their Shoulders grounding as your angulate during your turns.

     

    Hope this helps.

     

    Kind regards

     

    John and Team

    at Snowfit/Revolutionz

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