In the 2021/22 season, our bindings have new markings to show the boot compatibility. The former "AT" marking becomes "MN" [Multi Norm bindings] and "GW AC" changes to "GW CA" to be in line with the industry standard.
ALPINE SKI BOOTS (ISO 5355)
WALK SKI BOOTS (ISO 23223)
TOURING BOOTS (ISO 9523)
*marking can be found in the product name and sometimes also on the binding
Binding without any indication
Binding marked "GW CA" CA*
Binding marked "GW"*
Bindings marked with "MN"*
These bindings will fit Alpine ski boots (both ISO 5355 TYPE A & TYPE C) and all Walk ski boots (ISO 23223 TYPE A & TYPE C). No further adjustment to boot sole height is necessary.
These bindings fit adult Alpine ski boots (ISO 5355 TYPE A) and adult Walk ski boots (ISO 23223 TYPE A). No further adjustment to boot sole height is necessary, except for the ATTACK models. Optimal height shall be tested with the boot height adjustment tester.
Bindings marked "MN" will fit Alpine ski boots (ISO 5355 TYPE A), adult Walk ski boots (ISO 23223 TYPE A) and all Touring ski boots (ISO 9523). The height of the AFD needs to be adjusted to the ski boot sole height. Optimal height shall be tested with the boot height adjustment tester.
Where is the marking on the binding?
Multi Norm bindings will have the "MN" logo on the AFS:
Junior bindings will have the "CA" indication in the product's name and the GW logo on the toe: