A little bit of race, freestyle, and freeride technology wrapped up in a solid biding for all-around slaying.
Lock yourself into the 4FRNT Deadbolt 13 Ski Binding for security during backseat landings and sketchy recoveries in and out of the park. The 4-13 DIN keeps intermediate and expert park, pipe, and all-mountain skiers attached to their skis, while its safety features ensure release during awkward falls that can result in injury.
- With a DIN range of 4-13, this binder was made to ski everything with a vengeance and is best suited for lighter rippers or advancing intermediates
- Diagonal Toe piece features Four Rollers and gliding inserts that provide 180-degree releasing capability (both vertically and horizontally), which provides protection to your knee ligaments during forward or backward twisting falls
- Oversized Anti Friction Device prevents getting hung up on your toe piece during violent rag-dolls down a landing
- BoilerPlate Forward Pressure uses a reinforced steel forward pressure track to ensure a reliable lock and plenty of durability throughout your season
- Zero Ramp Angle yields easy switch riding and provides a neutral position as you roll into big kickers
- Hard plastic and steel components keep the weight down and provide durability for charging the park and big-mountain terrain
- Choose a 97mm, 115mm, or 130mm brake width (depending on availability) to match your plank
- Deadbolt 13 is compatible with the MFD Alltime AT touring plate (sold separately) so you can turn this alpine binder into an alpine touring setup for skinning up to backcountry zones
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how much do theses bindings weigh
how much do theses bindings weigh
would these fit on the liberty double...
would these fit on the liberty double helix?
Yes, the 130mm brake option would fit great.
How do these compare to the Tyrolia LD...
How do these compare to the Tyrolia LD series? Reading the specs it appears that the Tyrolia LD has a diagonal heel but these do not..?
..not sure what a diagonal heal is exactly. I guess I'm just wondering how performance compares.. or to the Marker Griffon for that matter. I am 165 lbs fairly aggressive expert skier though no huckster. Thanks!
The Diagonal Heel on some of the Head/Tyrolia/4FRNT bindings allows sideways release from the heel, but only once you've started to lift the heel piece. IMO this isn't proven to be helpful for preventing ACL injuries as those injuries tend to be caused by backwards twisting falls.
The heels on the deadbolt series have more elasticity so better retention, great if you are skiing hard or dropping cliffs.
If I were to get these for 4frnt yles,...
If I were to get these for 4frnt yles, would the 130 brake be way too wide? They yles have a 118 waist.
Nope! When you break it down, you'll only have 6mm leftover on each side of your ski, which is less than 1/4 inch. If you do find yourself bothered by it, you can always swap out the brakes for something like a 120mm!
Are these good big mtn/powder bindings as...
Are these good big mtn/powder bindings as well?
These are the perfect binding for that type of riding. 4frnt targets these bindings to park, big mountain freeride skiers. The DIN range is 13, so it's definitely suitable for aggressive intermediate or advanced skiers. If you are of a larger, taller build and are a really aggressive skier who hucks cliffs, you may want a different binding with a higher DIN, but this is perfect for most skilled intermediate/advanced skiers.
If you weight over 180lbs I'd pay the extra bucks for the deadbolt 15's (I think the toe piece is better), but these are a great binding overall.
When will these solid looking bindings be...
When will these solid looking bindings be available. Can you ship them to the Great White North, Canada?
yes they do ship these to canada. here is a list of brands they cant ship out of the us.