Replacing quiver killer from last year, Binding Freedom is your go to for customers wanting the most flexibility out of their set ups. The inserts are stainless steel and sealed, increasing the strength of the mount, protecting the core of the ski from moisture and allowing your customers more choices. These newer inserts feature a slotted top with a specific insert installation tool speeding up the install process. There are also more tools to support easier installs. Also new for this year are screws with a Pozi drive head and better shapes for interfacing with a binding. Binding Freedom will increase shop labor, create a buzz and, give your customers more options. Popular uses for Binding Freedom inserts include…
- Going for the extra sale by offering one set of bindings for 2 skis. A 1 ski quiver is nice but 2 specific skis are better, take the price of another binding out of the equation and sell another ski. Or if a one ski quiver is a must for traveling light you could mount a tele and alpine binding on one set of skis or an alpine binding and a tech binding.
- When a customer buys a new flat ski, whether they are transferring a binding over or buying a new one, offer to drill the old ski and install the inserts into that ski. The customer will now have options for rock skis and can save the newer ski for better conditions. Shops will still benefit from the labor to install the inserts.
- Park set ups can be simplified by drilling the ski twice for a center mount set up to slay rails and take park laps, while another set could be set back for deep days. The inserts will also increase the strength of the mount if bindings ripping out of a ski have been an issue.
- If your customers travel a lot, invite them to have their skis drilled for one binding and they can travel with more room in their ski bags. Ski stack better flat and that will allow for more choices on ski trips, never miss out on great conditions by not bringing the right ski.
- Increase the strength of tele mounts and stop worrying about too much force on the toe of a tele binding.