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    Ski Binding Mounting Recommendations

    All Paradise Skis in the Vice Collection come with the centre labeled as well as two different recommended mounting points:

    • Aggressive: our recommended position, for the hard-charging freeriders.
    • Conventional: for those who like a more traditional feel.

    *All mounting points are measured with a straight tape pull from the tail.

    *Drill all skis using a 3.6 mm x 9 mm bit.

    Variations from manufacturer's recommended mounting points are possible depending on your skiing ability, style, and personal preference. Please consult your local ski shop.

    Paradise Skis Vice 97, 105, and Tour Binding Mounting Positions
    • Aggressive: - 50mm
    • Conventional: - 70mm
    Paradise Skis Vice 113 Binding Mounting positions
    • Aggressive: - 70mm
    • Conventional - 90mm

    Splitboard Binding Mounting Recommendations 

    Our splitboards are set up to accommodate most splitboard and alpine touring bindings, as well as traditional snowboard bindings. For traditional snowboard bindings, simply set your desired stance using the existing inserts, angle your bindings to suit, and you are set! Most traditional bindings can be mounted and adjusted at home using a simple screwdriver or built in tool-less adjustments.

    As there are many variations of splitboard bindings which are compatible, we recommend utilizing manufacturers instruction manuals to assist in binding mounting. Depending on which model of splitboard binding you choose, they will usually include an interface kit to mount onto the existing splitboard inserts. Most interface kits will include a touring bracket, climbing heel mounts and a set of riding plates. If you have any questions regarding binding compatibility, feel free to contact us!