|Type 1: Cautious Skiers and Beginners
Type 2: All other skiers who borrow club equipment
Type 3: Fast aggressive skiers. These are unlikely to put skis under type three forces while on the dry slope
|DISCLAIMER: This is for information only. Always have your bindings checked and adjusted by a trained ski technician. If the skier is unhappy with the setting a disclaimer must be signed before any changes are made.|
What is DIN? DIN is a German standard for the release settings on your ski bindings. The setting is determined by a combination of skier height, weight, boot sole length, and skiing ability.
Adjusting the DIN setting either compresses or decompresses a spring in the binding. That compression determines just how much force is required for the bindings to move and release the boot. Higher settings require more force, lower settings require less.
|Binding setting chart.pdf||12.35 KB|