Threaded inserts for skis - For use with any of our Flat-head, Small-head or Low-head screws. The inserts require a drill bit depth of 9mm or 9.5mm minimum. Binding Freedom inserts are not compatible with standard alpine mounting screws. Sold in bulk packs of 25.
If you have any questions about installation feel free to reach out or read over our insert installation instructions.
Before installation - clean the inserts with a de-greaser and wipe clean. Any grease or oil left on the inserts from the machining process could interfere with the epoxy. Never use LOC-TITE, use Vibra-Tite offered here.
Posted by Unknown on 4th Feb 2018
Nice piece of work that function very well.
Posted by Ian G Swope on 2nd Feb 2018
As skis become more and more specialized, many of us nowadays are skiing multiple skis. When a touring binding can run over $600 why have multiple bindings? Also great when you have old rock skis for late/early season.
Posted by C on 8th Dec 2017
I've used inserts from other companies in the past. These Binding Freedom inserts are much easier to install and appear to be great quality, plus they are less expensive
Posted by Luke on 27th Oct 2017
I've been using your inserts for almost 2 years and love them! Between friends and craigslist I'm able to pick up cheap skis, mount them and switch to the perfect ski for the conditions.
Posted by john smith on 11th Oct 2017
Excellent product from an excellent company. Customer support was awesome! Will put on to next pair of skis also
Posted by Unknown on 29th Jun 2017
A great product. The only think I'd add since my earlier review is that skis with dense binding mounting areas (i.e. maple, ash, etc.) can sometimes be a bit more difficult to install the inserts into, but that's a good thing.
I've added a step to the process. After tapping the holes, I run a screw back and forth in the holes (same thread pitch as the inserts' o.d. - 5/16-18).
Chasing the threads out in this manner makes for a smoother installation in these skis.
Posted by Thom Mackris on 28th May 2017
About the only thing I'd add to all of the stellar reviews is that if you think you'll be swapping bindings on a daily basis, you likely will not do this. I look at this as a solution which: (1) gives you better pull-out strength, (2) allows you to drill several locations to experiment with mount points without having to constantly plug/re-drill (3) Shift bindings a few times during the season (i.e. mount to rock skis in November and shift to another pair of skis later in the season). (4) Experiment with a ski you are considering re-purposing from in-area to touring use.
Posted by John Siemiarowski on 13th Jan 2017
I have used these inserts on 6 pairs of skis with multiple sets of bindings. Never a worry about bindings pulling out of skis. Easy to swap bindings. Good stuff!
Posted by Justin Spaulding on 22nd Dec 2016
Do it. It is very easy. I have done 6 pairs of skis so far without a hitch. Just make sure u print the hole pattern under the right size on the printer. Enjoy all.
Posted by justin spaulding on 20th Nov 2016
GREAT product. Be careful and measure measure measure before you drill.