DIN setting is the setting that determines the amount of pressure required to release the binding . It has and must be set for both the toe piece and the heel piece. This DIN calcualtor takes your weight, height, age, skiing level and boot sole length and calculates the proper DIN setting. Note that this is for your informational use only, always ask a qualified technician to do the job. These DIN setting recommendations are based on the information you provide. Therefore, this calculator is a mere tool for estimating your DIN setting.
Skier type depends on your ski experience level. How to determine your ski level? Determine what type of skier your are from one of the following groups:
Type I - Cautious skiing at lighter release/retention settings.
Type II - Average/moderate skiing at average release/retention settings.
Type III - Aggressive, higher speed skiing at higher release/retention settings.