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It's early. Way too early for most people. But here you are, taking in the beautiful morning sunrise, clicking into the Ski Trab TR Race Bindings, and pushing off for your fourth rando race of the season. These wickedly lightweight bindings feel solid throughout the grueling course.

  • Lightweight, hardened-steel pivots have a slot for boot-hole cleaning
  • Climbing levers with option to lock or unlock position of the jaws for a much more comfortable position when you climb uphill and alleviate stress on your lower calves and Achilles tendon
  • Back bindings allow you to easily switch from uphill touring to downhill skiing

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Do these come with a place to attach a ski crampon?

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Yes they do - those small brackets shown in the "hardware" picture screw into the toe piece to accommodate Dynafit / B&D standard tech crampons.


Nice and light

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I've used this binding a few times and it is great. I'm using these on a pair of double camber metal edged XCD skis (Madshus Glittertind) with Scarpa Alien 1.0 boots for a super light setup for covering distance in the mountains. The flat heel position these bindings provide works great for kick-and-glide on flat and rolling portions. Downhill portions are much more fun with this setup than my old SNS-BC setup.

Release isn't adjustable, but I can twist out of the heel using muscle power and so far haven't had problems with pre-release. On bindings with adjustable release I have them set at DIN 7.

Unanswered Question

What is the approximate (fixed) release...

What is the approximate (fixed) release value on these bindings?