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Compare Salomon 910ti to Salomon Z10

post #1 of 11
Thread Starter 
If I have two bindings in front of me, both 10 din, same brand but these two different models
910ti or z10, which one would you pic to go on my 90 mm waisted ski, and why?
post #2 of 11
Griffon.

910 is a driver toe, a bit more elasticity and a more solid interface.
post #3 of 11
Thread Starter 
Griffon it is!


I have a pair of Salomon Z10's on hand, but I don't have an urge to use them for anything. My gut told me that the 910ti was a bit better. Thanks for confirming.

Anyone want a good deal on a Z10with 100 mm brakes
post #4 of 11
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Anyone want a good deal on a Z10with 100 mm brakes
What about the 910Ti?
post #5 of 11
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by krp8128 View Post
What about the 910Ti?
Did someone say I had 910ti's?
Hmmmm?
post #6 of 11
Unless you are heavier &/or seriously ripping, I'm a fan of the Zs. No manual toe/wing adjustment. IMO, unless you are gonna stay on top of the wings, the auto-adjust is a huge win. For any normal skier say 150-ish or under, the Z10 or Z12 (depending on DIN need) is a great uber-lightweight binding. Heck, unless you are skiing pretty darn hard the Z12 is fine for many heavier skiers too.

I like the Jester family too...
post #7 of 11
Thread Starter 
To be clear. I have had great luck with the Salomon driver series, but have had no experience with the Z series. I happened to pick up a pair of z10's with wider brakes late in the spring, which are still in my attic.

All the discussion about the binding quality and technology has me thinking about the differences.

I've learned a lot about bindings recently and would like to continue to learn.
post #8 of 11
I know there are many driver toe fans, but I've had no problems w/ z12 or STH 12 toes. And as I said, I really, really like not having to keep checking that manual adjustment - or having to tweak it if I loan someone my skis. While not an especially oomphy skier, I am over 200 pounds.

I spent most of last season on Jesters & Dukes though...
post #9 of 11
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I have a pair of Salomon Z10's on hand, but I don't have an urge to use them for anything.
http://forums.epicski.com/showthread.php?t=68483
post #10 of 11
I'm very finicky about the bindings I mount on skis with waists around 90mm because they are the ones I will most likely use to ski crud, crud piles and powder/crud filled moguls where I need the most retention. I haven't skied Z12s in crud but I have used other Salomons with that style toe without much luck. Stick to the 910s.
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Did someone say I had 910ti's?
Hmmmm?

I missed the "If"
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