Salomon bindings are extremely popular among a variety of skiers due to their high performance, quality, and simplicity. Adjusting Salomon bindings is very easy as long as you know the length of the ski boots you are using. The length of ski boots is printed inside the boot. The actual process of adjusting the Salomon bindings takes a matter of minutes, and to know how far to adjust the bindings all you need to do is consult the sole-length scale which is located at either end of the bindings.
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Check the inside of your ski boot if you do not know your sole length. Push in the clips on either side of the binding and slide the binding to the marking or setting indicated by the sole-length chart.
Repeat Step 1 for the other binding. Typically, both boots are the same length, so the binding setting will be the same.
Put the skis on by inserting the toe of your boot into the front binding, then pressing your heel down in the other binding to lock it in place. Walk around carefully with the skis to make sure they feel secure.
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