Adult or Child Boot Compatibility: This binding will allow the use of either Adult or Child labeled boots, which normally change between the 22.5 and 23.0 mondo sizes. This means you don't have to buy new bindings when your young one outgrows the size 22 boots and moves to size 23 boots. Automatic adjustment or a tab under the toe of the binding makes this adjustment, and your local ski technician can take the 15 seconds to show you.
Full Diagonal Toe: Intelligent 180degree release action both horizontally and vertically. Maximum safety in backwards crash situations.
ABS - Anti Blocking System: A rollable toe pad enabling no friction release for perfect release regardless of boot wear, icing up or dirt.
Dura-Coating: A scratch resistant coating to make the bindings look better for longer.
SX Junior Toe with TRP System: It looks slick, but more importantly, allows up to 30% greater retention force without compromising safety. There are 4 rollers at the toe that remain flexible (spring loaded) at all times to keep the boot centered and to absorb sharp impacts.
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I like the idea of changing between child and adult shaped boots as the kids grow bigger. But how do you make this adjustment on the binding itself?
Question by: Tom on 7/21/2014 1:15 PM
There's a tab underneath the toe of the binding that you can use to adjust the height of the nose piece. If you're unsure of how to do this, we highly suggest to bring the bindings into a local shop to show you but it's as simple as it sounds.
Would a size 20.5 boot be too small for this binding?
Question by: Pete on 5/1/2013 11:40 AM
They are meant for both adult and junior toe pieces so they will work with that size. Keep in mind that someone using a size 20.5 boot is usually pretty lightweight so they may not fit into the DIN range of this binding.
what does "SX 7.5 Ski Bindings" mean? Is it a fixed size or adjustable bindings? Would this work for a lady of 120 lb and 5'2"?
Question by: debby on 12/14/2014 2:46 PM
that is just the name of the binding. The SX 7.5 has a DIN range Max of 7.5 so it is meant more for junior skiers to petite beginner adult skiers. If you are a beginner skier, I think they should work just fine but you may want to upgrade if you are looking for some added toughness.
Answer by: Jonathan (Admin) on 12/16/2014 11:24 AM
My daughter is getting some 127 cm skis with the dimensions - 110x81x105. Is the brake width of this binding too narrow? Should I be looking at something with a 78mm brake width?
What would you recommend. She is 4'6", about 60lbs and is an intermediate skier, been skiing for about 3 years.
Question by: Jon on 11/29/2016 8:36 AM
Typically the 78mm brakes will fit over a ski of that width, as the 3mm is a very minuscule difference and should not be a problem. If you're also ordering the skis from us, then we'll make sure the brakes fit over the skis before we ship them out to you.
Answer by: Julia Dick (Admin) on 11/30/2016 2:43 PM
My son has moved from kids boot size (he had the adjustable 4.5-7.5 size roces boots and now he is adult boot size (28.0). How can the tyrolia Sx7.5 bindings be re-adjusted for the change in boot size? Do the bindings need to be re-drilled? He is still about 100lbs, so I think the current skis and bindings are ok, I thought I would get new boots, adjust the bindings, and would be good to go...
Question by: Paul on 12/11/2016 9:50 AM
If he's now in a mondo 28.0/28.5, that's going to be a pretty significant jump in boot sole length from the Roces boot the skis are mounted to. You'll want to take them in to a local shop with one of his new boots to have them remounted.
Answer by: Julia Dick (Admin) on 12/12/2016 1:38 PM
What is the maximum size boot that can be used with this binding?
Question by: David on 12/15/2014 3:30 PM
It doesn't have a max boot size because it is a fixed mount binding but if you are planning on using it with some larger boots (Which usually means larger skiers) I would probably recommend upgrading in binding. This one is really meant for junior skiers or Petite beginner adults.
Would this work for a 55 pound 4'3" competitive mogul skier?
Question by: mike on 12/1/2014 11:14 AM
If you crank up the skiers DIn above the Recommended setting, these would be the ones to go with. If you stick to the recommended DIN setting, I would stick to the SX 4.5 as he will be outside the minimum DIN setting for the 7.5's
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