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