Magne-Traction and mounting ski bindings
We have spent an amazing amount of time figuring out where to put the Magne-Traction bumps on the ski as they relate to the binding mounting location. The farther forward you mount your binding on the ski the farther ahead of the largest Magne-Traction bump your boot center gets. The has the tendency to amplify the way a regular skis rides when you are center mounted. Take that into consideration as you mount your new Lib Techs.
Where do I mount ski bindings on Lib Tech Skis?
The binding mounting badge on your new Lib Techs will help you decide where to mount your bindings. The “Sweet Spot” is where you want the boot center if you normally ski with a more traditional mounting position. The “Core Center” line on the badge is the contact center of the ski, so if you are going be skiing or landing backward regularly move your boot center forward. Where you mount your binding is a matter of personal preference. Good luck, you’re going to love your new skis.
What kind of ski bindings on mount on Lib Tech Skis and where do I get them mounted?
Any modern Alpine, touring, or Tele mark binding that is designed to be mounted to a flat ski will work on your new Lib Techs. Any competent ski shop can do the work for a case of beer or sometimes they want money.