Mountains are just playgrounds for big kids.
- An effortless ski/tour switch eliminates the need to do acrobatics when it’s time to tour or hit the downhill
- Pole-activated heel lifts make life easier on the skin up
- Burly components give the binding high boot retention, and keep your skis where you want them most
- Crampon compatible
- Includes brakes or leash
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
a bit hard to swap between boards, and slightly too complex for what could be a good competitor to Dynafit. But for a cheaper pair of bindings when you need a couple pairs of skis; awesome
Truth be told
This binding really only has one advantage over the much lighter Dynafit bindings and that is you can go from ski to tour without taking the ski off.
But at the price it really is not worth all the other plastic and moving parts that come with it, lets be honest it looks like a nightmare in the back county.
That being said it has not broke yet and it seems to work smooth.
So I would say get it if your more 70% Resort 30% back country other wise look at some of the new Dynafit bindings there getting better each model year.