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Knee Binding Mist Womens Ski Bindings

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Women have greater chances of knee injuries than men do. The Knee Mist steps us to help protect female skiers. The Mist has three different areas of release, without compromising any downhill performance, forward, twisting and rearward twisting falls you are covered. Knee Bindings even have the capability of releasing your boot sideways for the ultimate in protection. Free-Flex Mounting allows your skis to flex evenly, and the Lever Edge Technology has a platform that is was wide as your boot sole, that will improve your leverage to turn skis and fantastic edge hold on the snow. The Mist also has an optimal fore-aft stance just for the ladies, and a slightly more upright stance that will put less tension on your knees. If you want the ultimate in protection against knee injuries the Knee Mist will be the only binding for you.

  • Pure Lateral Heel
  • Flex-Float Mounting
  • Lever Edge Technology
  • Made in the USA


Skill Range: AdvancedIntermediate-Expert

Ski Gear Intended Use All Mountain Category Downhill Max Din Setting 3-12
Actual Din Range 3-12 Recommended Weight Range 60+ lbs. Binding Weight 5 lbs.
Warranty One Year Skill Range Advanced Intermediate - Expert Model Year 2018
Model Number MIST 90 Product ID 293446   

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Q: These do not list a range for ski width. Is 90 mm the max? Would these work with Salomon QST Lux 92 skis?
Asked : Feb 11, 2017
By : BC, Ogden, UT
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A: A 90mm brake will accommodate skis 90mm or lower at the waist. An experienced technician can stretch out or shave down some of the plastic if needed to fit the extra 2mm on the Lux.
Answered : Feb 13, 2017
By : Adam, United States
Q: Is there anything different about the Mist90 Knee binding vs the other Knee bindings that makes it unique for women? Was there any change in the 2016 Mist 90 compared to the 2015 Mist binding? Thanks.
Asked : Feb 15, 2016
By : buying, boise
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A: The Mist has a small 2mm riser plate underneath the toe piece that can relieve the stress on the female knee. Women have a different center of mass that is in the hips and backside, while men carry their mass in the belly. The plate creates less resistance during a backwards twisting fall. There were no changes to the Mist from the 15 to the 16 seasons.
Answered : Feb 16, 2016
By : Adam, United States
Q: My girlfriend has 2013 Knee Binding Carbons mounted on her skis. We like the design BUT she has difficulty getting into and out of them. They are extremely stiff and awkward to the point that she practically has to risk injury just clicking in and out. I compared the release mechanism manually to other bindings I am used to and concluded it is the binding, not her to blame. Her DIN setting is professionally set correctly by Telluride Bootfitters where I purchased them. Do you offer any advice? Have newer years models improved on this design flaw? Is the Mist more user friendly?
Asked : Dec 12, 2014
By : jonboy, Telluride
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A: Knee bindings are on the more difficult side to step in and out of. They are aware of the issue. In order to give you Pure Lateral release the binding does take some effort to enter and exit. The difficulty stepping in and out does not effect the release of the binding in cases of falls.
Answered : Dec 15, 2014
By : Adam, United States
Q: I am considering replacing some Knee Binding Carbons with Knee Binding Mist. Will the mount holes be the same?
Asked : Dec 12, 2014
By : jonboy, Telluride
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A: The screw pattern of all of the Knee bindings is the same. Knee bindings like all other bindings should always be mounted by a certified binding tech.
Answered : Dec 15, 2014
By : Adam, United States


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