If you look at a junior or children’s ski, the binding zone takes up a disproportionately large part of the overall ski length.
Traditional binding systems typically stiffen up that section of the ski. For longer ski lengths this is only a small impediment to a properly round flex. For children’s ski models, however, that stiffness represents a major restriction to the general functionality of the ski. Our developers recognized the problem and premiered a junior version of the 3Motion bindings system for shorter ski lengths. The benefit: by separating the attachment rails into two pieces, the Junior version no longer disrupts the flex behavior in the decisive binding zone. When put on edge, the ski carves a perfect curve and makes skiing even simpler for kids. At the same time, the 7.0 vMotion Jr. R also fulfills all technical requirements for maximum security. DIN-ISO: 2.0-7.0