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A fresh-picked apple, whiskey served neat, a gerbera daisy—the best things in life are often the simplest, and the Voile HD Mountaineer 3-Pin Telemark Binding is a simple skier's dream. It's strong, light, and compatible with nearly any tele boot, and, since it consists primarily of a toe-piece, this binding literally frees the heel from any hindrance. A friendly hello, perfectly cooked steak, untracked snowfield ....

  • 5052-H32 aluminum is strong and light
  • 3-Pin bail height for 13-19mm-thick duckbill boots
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simply solid

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

Simple, solid 3-pin binder. Lightweight. Accommodates tele boots with thick duckbills. Nice red and hammered anodizing. No frills, essentially perfect for what it is.
And Made in the USA!!!

Solid

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I have been out on these a few times now here in Colorado. They are very easy-peasy, user friendly and a solid binding with both my tele boots and my soft Nordic 3-pins.

Minus 1 star because they don't release, but that's the beauty of this dependable binding, so maybe I should give that star back.

Voile 3-pin Mountaineer

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I use this binding on top of the v-20 riser with its fitting heal block.

Scarpa T2x boots on Fischer Boundless Crown XCD skis ( 98-69-88 )



It provides an amazing amount of side support - with the 2 upper bail positions .



I can easily crank turns on the down in soft snow and even in wetter heavier snow.



I use this setup in early winter in now more than a foot ( 30 cm ) of soft snow on base.



Any deeper or heavier snow and touring /uphill skiing becomes rather uncomfortable. As there isn't enough free upward movement of the boot and the ski thus tends to submarine under the snow at every step . Having to lift the snow on the ski tops on every step is quite a workout.



This is a comon affair with non-hinged bindings.



But the feeling of 3-pins is so liberating ,if the conditions are fitting.

So they'll allways have a place in my heart and quiver.

For deeper snow i bring out my other skiis with 7tm Power-tours - a hinged free tour binding.



What binding should I get? I'm mainly...

What binding should I get? I'm mainly skiing lifts and groomers, but I like to ski glades whenever I can. Should I get this binding? or maybe hardwire or normal 3-pin. I have the Garmont syner-g

If you primarily ski downhill, do not get these. You will want cable bindings for the added performance. I have tried carving out turns with the HD bindings and it's not easy. Hardwires will be adequate for resort/lift service skiing, but if you ever see yourself venturing into the backcountry, I'd advise you get the Switchback model or similar cable bindings that switch between ski and walk mode.

Would these work with Garmont G-rex?

Would these work with Garmont G-rex?

Doesn't fit with BD Push boots...pins don't...

Doesn't fit with BD Push boots...pins don't line up and bail won't catch first notch. Any suggestions...trim boots?