Size Guide: Ski Bindings
Not sure what size ski of bindings you need? Curated Experts know how important finding your perfect fit is. Find sizing information for ski bindings here.
Here on Curated, your Ski Expert wants to find the best products for you. That starts with finding the perfect fit. But with so many ski bindings options, finding the right pair can be daunting. This guide is designed to help users compare the sizing of different products.
Don’t forget to chat with a Curated Expert for free advice and recommendations on the best ski bindings for your needs.
Ski Bindings Size Chart
|Din||0.5 to 2.5||0.75 to 4.5||2 to 7||3 to 10||3 to 11||3 to 12||6 to 14||6 to 16||8 to 18|
|Skier Weight (lbs)||25 - 65||30 - 100||50 - 165||65 - 200||65 - 240||65 - 250||130 - 285||130 - 200+||150 - 200+|
|Ability Level||Beginner - Intermediate||Beginner - Intermediate||Beginner - Intermediate||Beginner - Intermediate||Beginner - Advanced||Intermediate - Expert||Intermediate - Expert||Intermediate - Expert||Expert - Pro|
|Brief Description||Lightweight Children||Junior Skiers||Heavier Beginning Or Beginning To Advanced Junior Skiers||Intermediate Junior Skiers Or Lightweight Beginning Adult Skiers.||Beginning Skiers Or Lightweight Intermediate To Advanced Adult Skiers.||Intermediate Skiers Who Are Heavier Or Lighter Weight Expert Adult Skiers||Heavier Or More Aggressive Intermediate To Expert Adult Skiers.||Heavier Skiers, Very Aggressive Advanced And Expert Adult Skiers.||Aggressive Expert Big Mountain Skiers And Racers.|
With so many gear options to sort through, it can be really helpful to chat with someone who understands your needs and provides guidance. If you have any questions about finding the right ski bindings, chat with a Ski Expert here on Curated for free, personalized recommendations.