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Ski Binding DIN Chart: Determine the force needed to release from your bindings.

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Ski Binding DIN Chart: Determine the force needed to release from your bindings.

What is Ski Binding DIN?​

The DIN is the force needed to release your ski boot from your bindings. It's set when bindings are mounted onto your skis.

DIN is the German Institute for Standardization, the industry-adopted scale of release force settings for ski bindings. The DIN setting is set based on your weight, height and skill level. The lower the DIN, the lower the force required to release from your bindings.


Skier Weight
25-65 lbs
30-100 lbs
50-165 lbs
65-200 lbs
65-240 lbs
65-250 lbs
130-285lbs
130-200lbs+
150-200lbs+
Ability Level
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.
DIN
.5 to 2.5

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