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Convert any Voile telemark bindings to releasable with the Voile Brake-Equipped Release Kit. Improvements in this popular design result in a kit that installs easily and is easier than ever to get back into after a release. The shim even screws into 4-hole standard telemark inserts. Voile trimmed the shim to allow easy brake swing which makes them a snap to put back on after a yard sale. The Release Kit also features a more consistent release and retention to make life easier when you take a digger in three feet of pow.

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Write your question here...can you use a...

Write your question here...can you use a toe piece off a crb three pin with the release kit

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The description says, "any." Heck, if the screw pattern matches up, you could probably use a non-Voile binding. Don't tell them I said that.

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Write your question here...Would BD 02 fit...

Write your question here...Would BD 02 fit on this release kit?
Jeff

For touring, rolling descents and a little...

For touring, rolling descents and a little in-area skiing is the Voile release Kit with Voile 3-pins Mountaineering adequate or would the 3-pins CRB (with cables) be the one to go after?

My boots are Alpina BC 1575.

BTW I'm not into jumping 20'-high cliffs nor telemarking in moguls...I'm more of the long and slow telemark turns type. I'm also just an intermediate skier at both touring and telemark skiing.

Thanks for your comments.

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Cables will give you better performance, by far, especially if you're using hard boots.

Unanswered Question

For touring, rolling descents and a little...

For touring, rolling descents and a little in-area skiing is the Voile release Kit with Voile 3-pins Mountaineering adequate or would the 3-pins CRB (with cables) be the one to go after?

My boots are Alpina BC 1575.

BTW I'm not into jumping 20'-high cliffs nor telemarking in moguls...I'm more of the long and slow telemark turns type. I'm also just an intermediate skier at both touring and telemark skiing.

Thanks for your comments.

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I have existing Fischer telemark skiis...

I have existing Fischer telemark skiis with 3 pin Rottefella bindings 4 screws. So, will these screw on using the same screw pattern & binding bolt onto this top plate? What affect does the 20 mm space have on performance?

Since these share a common screw pattern...

Since these share a common screw pattern with the 22 design could they also be used with the Hammerheads?

5 5

Love These !!!!

I bought these after my knee surgery so that I would release from my tele skis. They were easy to put on my K2 Mount Bakers and I don't ever pop out unnecessarily. I've skied on them all year including several backcountry hut trips. I love the security of knowing that I will release before too much torque is placed on my knees.

5 5

Safe knees

I love my CRBs And like the added protection for my knees. I rarely ever release from my binding when I hadn't wanted them to.