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The 2022 Salomon STH WTR 13 is the legendary successor to the STH 16 while in a smaller package but delivering the same precise driving functionality and transmission, now updated for modern skis and hard charging. The ski binding allows optimum boot-hold for maximum precision and transmission, with a progressive feel and increased dampening, and are compatible with alpine boots and WTR boots to make walking easier with no compromise on safety and performance.
DIN Scale: 5 - 13
Adjustment Range (mm): 28
Adjustment Range (US Sizes): 4
3D Driver Toe
+ Elastic Travel
Extra-Wide Toe Pedal (>60mm)
WTR (Walk To Ride) TUV
Height (mm): 24.5
Weight (1/2 pair): 1145g
Extra-Wide Toe Pedal (>60mm)
A super-wide pedal that ensures the best lateral power transmission from skier to ski. Designed for intense freeskiing, perfect stability and enhanced confidence.
3D Driver Toe
A patented toe concept that ensures multidirectional release options.
The ultimate elastic travel on the wings. It holds the boot back when faced with bigger shocks and minimizes the risk of pre-release.
Progressive Transfer Pads
Strengthening pads that provide progressive feel with increased dampening and forgiveness.
Long wings that envelop the tip of the boot perfectly in order to provide increased power transmission and confidence in freeride bindings.
Oversized Heel Platform
A super-wide platform for the heel enabling high levels of energy transfer even on wide skis.
Low Profile Chassis
Low stand height for increased terrain feedback and enhanced power transmission.
A dedicated polyamide reinforced with fiber-glass which makes bindings lighter, durable, and with more tolerance on skis.
A rigid and strong construction that allows enhanced power transmission.
WTR (Walk To Ride)
A technology which makes walking easier without compromising safety or performance thanks to the TÜV-approved walk-sole compatibility.
Binding tested and certified by the TÜV safety monitoring agency, the reference entity for safety certification.
As a company, Salomon has never been an extrovert. At times, they might have even been considered secretive, but this has never prevented them from being a responsible company. Being 100 percent connected to mountain sports since the first day of Salomon’s existence in 1947 in Annecy in the French Alps has been focused on respecting their playground — nature. In addition, Salomon’s social programs have long been a clear priority within their head office, development centers, factories and sales organizations. A few examples that illustrate their commitment toward sustainability. The Salomon Foundation was created in 1999 in order to support mountain professionals and athletes injured during their professional sport activities. It has distributed more than 1.2 million euros since its inception and has supported more than 350 professionals and their families. Solomon has completed yearly systematic social audits at all partner factories since 2007 using third-party audits, managing and annually updating Restricted Substances Lists specific to their core product categories. Salomon has been a bluesign® System Partner since 2013 and is committed to the use of more sustainable textiles chemistry. Salomon has been a Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC) member since 2016 and is an active participant in the Higg Index roll out.
Salomon’s global headquarters at the Annecy Design Center (ADC) has been ISO14001 and ISO50001 certified since 2017 (energy, water and risks management) and has signed the United Nations Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action in December 2018 and has committed to reduce its carbon emissions by 30% by the year 2030. They aim to deliver ambitious business targets, but clearly confirm their intent to deliver this growth while reducing environmental impact and contributing to social development. Thus, the Salomon Play-Minded Program is addressing the company’s immediate and long-term objectives and intentions in several areas relating to operating a more sustainable business. The Program has four key areas of focus: the Toys (the products themselves), the Playmakers (the people who create the products we use to play outdoors), the Playground (the places where they practice these sports), and the Players (the people who make up the communities of our outdoor sports). The Salomon Play-Minded Program has outlined an ambitious plan with 9 objectives through 2025 covering these four key areas. They are committed to make Salomon more open and more transparent toward our key stakeholders: consumers, retail partners, media, professional organizations and our communities. Salomon aims to be a responsible and proactive player making business more sustainable and encouraging stakeholders to do so as well. Salomon is just at the start of their journey.
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