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The future of lightweight tech bindings.
CNC-machined from top-shelf materials, the Plum Guide Binding brings a new level of precision, rigidity, and strength to the world of tech bindings (and they look simply wonderful). The burly construction and release range of 5.5 to 12 allow the Guide to provide the performance of an alpine binding but with an ultralight weight of just a pound and a half per pair. The screw-controlled 30mm of adjustment on the rear plate is easily fine-tuned using an included star driver, allowing you to switch boots without having to remount the binding, while the classic rotating heel riser can be easily manipulated with the tip of your ski pole. Unlike traditional tech bindings, the spindle base (where the heel riser pivot screw is located) is completely attached to the mounting plate, giving the Guide a stability that other tech bindings can't match.
- CNC-machined from high-quality aluminum and plastic
- Release values of 5.5-12
- 30mm of heel unit length adjustment
- Solid mounting plate
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I previously owned a pair of Dynafit FT's and they held up great. These bindings are lighter than the FT's and ski even better I think. They are slightly stiffer and lower to the ski so I enjoy them better. The machined aluminum looks even better. I know the price point is a tad higher but its worth every penny. Cant wait to buy Plum's race version! I also had a problem with the toe piece and Plum has a Customer Service operation in Colorado, they replaced the toe piece for me with a simple picture of what was going on. Super pleased with their customer service and even more with the actual binding. In the picture you can see from a distance how much better those bindings look than Dynafit's