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Step into your tours and release out of your falls.

Touring fiends in search of an alpine style DIN binding with the up-the-hill easy pivoting of a dedicated tourer can rejoice, the Garmont 7tm Power 2 Step-In Binding is here. In tour mode the Power2 pivots at the tip of your toe for maximum stride and slide efficiency. Climbing bars flip up under the step-in heel to make steep ascents easy as pie, and when it's time to descend this binding locks down fully. DIN releasability provides dynamic protection against a forward or backward twisting fall should you biff it on the way down. Burly, reliable, and designed for the down as much as the up, the 7tm offers the supreme performance of a hybrid design for rallying through turn-earning days.

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I recently purchased the Garmont Mega lite...

I recently purchased the Garmont Mega lite mountaineering boot. Does this Binding fit that particular boot?

If not what bindings do? and what would be a good Ski for this set-up considering i will be skiing all types of terrain?

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No. This is a telemark binding. Any AT binding will work. If you want to go light, a tech-system (i.e. Dynafit system) binding is the best. Your ski choice will depend on many factors: In-bound vs. backcountry, aggressiveness/ability, lightweight vs. DH performance. Most skis will work, but keep in mind that the Megalite is a lightweight boot that may not drive bigger/stiffer skis well.