Access All Areas.
Operating under the creed "Access All Areas," Tyrolia has utilized countless years of experience producing top-tier alpine bindings to produce the Adrenalin 16 Alpine Touring Binding. Designed to be the ultimate in freeride touring bindings, the Adrenalin features a Freeride Pro Toe, AAA-Ascender lock, and In-control climbing aid, all of which are geared towards making the trip to the top of your line as effortless as possible. In addition to the climbing components, the descent is where the Adrenalin really shows of its alpine heritage with an extra-wide heel track, Freeflex design, and lateral stiffness.
- The 5-16 DIN setting provides ample hold for even the most aggressive riders
- The Freeride Pro Toe is specially constructed with a lateral spring for an ergonomic center of rotation that translates to easy climbing and walking
- The AFS toe gliding element combines with an adjustable heel to allow the binding to be easily paired to both alpine and touring boots over a range of seven different sizes
- Available in two lengths, the shorter is for boot soles between 270-330mm while the longer fits soles between 300-360mm
- Freeride Pro Heel sports an extra-wide track for increased power transmission and stability
- The Freeflex platform allows the binding to flex with the ski, enabling the ski to retain its full flex and natural dynamics
- The AAA-Ascender lock allows the binding to be switched between hiking and skiing modes with a pole without ever stepping out of the binding
- In-control climbing aid offers three different angles for matching the pitch of the climb that can be easily adjusted with a ski pole
- Brakes not included with this binding, sold separately
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I am using the new tyrolia adrenalin 16 binding on my primary work skis (188 K2 SideSeth) for patrolling. This binding has been great, no real problems with them. I have skied Marker barons for the past few years and there are many things that I like more about the tyrolia. First off, the ease of stepping in and out of the tyrolia is so much better. I never fight them as well as they never pop in without my boot like the markers. All of the adjustments are easy to use and access. Overall the binding skis like a dream and responds well with the ski. Other aspects I love about this binding is the ease of switching in/out of tour mode. The tyrolia system is smooth and works well. Not having to exit my boot out of the binding is a nice switch from the markers as well. They are a bit on the heavy side but they are made to be a strong inbound binding that can go and do some touring. I still think that they weigh less than the marker duke. They have on one occassion had some ice build up under the binding while touring but that always happened with my markers as well. Seems to be a snow condition issue and not a binding issue. Like glopping on skins, not a proble with the skins but snow conditions. I dont really need a 16 din binding but tyrolia will have a 13 din model for next year. I would highly recomend these to anyone looking for a resort/backwoods binding. Cheers!
Could someone take a picture of the mounting bolts? I want to use these with quiver killers but I heard the mounting screws are unique.
They are completely different than the Peak binding. Tyrolia sends the binding out with a Adrenalin specific paper template.
Tyrolia actually has a specific jig for this binding.
I used the paper template without any problems.
When will the crampon for this binding become available? I cannot find it anywhere.
What is the minimal width ski that these bindings could be mounted on? I have a 2007 Rossi B2 Bandit with a 78mm waist that I'd like to mount it on.
From looking at the pics and video, it appears this binding would be similar to the baron/duke with out the drawback of having to take the boot out of the binding to go in and out of Touring mode (if you consider that a con).
Hi - Tyrolia suggests a minimum ski width of 80mm for this binding. Not sure if it could be made to work with a slightly narrower ski but you'd probably be in the realm of voided warranty and such. The climbing bar is 80mm wide and is directly under the heel so you might drag it when carving turns.
You do not have to step out of this binding to go from tour to ski mode - it functions more like the Salomon Guardian than the Marker Duke.
Has anyone toured with both these and one of the marker touring bindings? How do they compare in uphill and downhill performance? Have been really happy with my Markers downhill performance but hate how ice builds up in them when touring. I am wondering if these tour better and if the downhill performance is comparable to any of the marker touring set ups.
I have the Duke and the Adrenalin 16,
Honestly they tour the same, the Tyrolia is lighter but as far as how they tour, it's the same.
The convenient thing about the Tyrolia is they don't ice up like the Marker style bindings.
Downhill performance is excellent for the Tyrolia, they addressed the issue of a dead spot that Marker has with the sliding clamp design of the binding allowing the ski to flex naturally.
UPS Shipping to Japan
Is the width 115mm brakes?
I want to buy a brake of 115mm.
Are there any stock.
UPS Shipping price to Japan
I'm in Hawaii this week.
Please tell me UPS shipping price
Is this what the actual bottom of the binding looks like? I am concerned that snow will pack into the bottom of the binding.
Apparently the bottom of this year's production version is sealed.
This description says that the brake is sold separately. Does Backcountry sell the brakes for this binding? Or does it actually come with a brake? and if so, what width?
Brakes are on the way shortly. They come in 88mm, 97mm, 115mm, and 130mm.