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If you're not using a riser, you're not getting the most of your ski.

The Voile V Series binding risers are standard equipment for the Hardwire and Hardwire 3-Pin telemark bindings. Also sold as an add-on accessory for your binding, these risers have a wide, stable ball-of-foot platform that will clearly increase your skiing performance. It comes with mounting templates, screws and plugs. It has a 4 hole pattern that matches Black Diamond, G3, Voile bindings, and can be mounted on the K2 telemark ski inserts. It has a 2 degree wedge built into it that puts telemark boots at a more neutral position. Tech tip: The hole pattern of the new V Series riser matches the threaded insert pattern on new K2 telemark skis. Contact Voile directly for a unique screw pack to mount this riser to K2 skis.

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Will this riser work with the Rottefeller...

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Will this riser work with the Rottefeller Super Tele 3-pin binding?

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Yes sir. They have the same 3 bolt mounting pattern. That's how I have mine set up.

Yes sir. They have the same 3 bolt mounting pattern. That's how I have mine set up.

Can anyone tell me the spacing of the...

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Can anyone tell me the spacing of the 4-hole pattern? I am replacing an old pair of Riva 2 risers and I as the holes are rather large, I would prefer not to have to cut more into the skis. I can't find a template or dimensions anywhere online. Thanks for the help!

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Backcountry very kindly answered the question for me: The two smaller spacings ended up being 1 ¼” (side to side) and the wider spacing (front to back) measured out to be 4 ½”.

Thanks Backcountry! You rock!

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Do you have Canting Plates that go under...

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Do you have Canting Plates that go under the bindings, Outside of the foot to inside? Mel

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It's not the greatest piece of gear......

Ski binding risers aren't as cool as a 2oz stove or a 2# tent, but they do help initiate turns and make more radical turns with three pin bindings without hitting your bindings on the snow. This isn't a piece of gear to be excited about but I'm satisfied with its performance.

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It's not an exciting piece of gear but......

Ski binding risers aren't as cool as a 2oz stove or a 2# tent, but they do help initiate turns and make more radical turns with three pin bindings without hitting your bindings on the snow. This isn't a piece of gear to be excited about but I'm satisfied with its performance.

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NO booting out ever

I've used these risers for the past 4 years, never booted out on them, they're great, and help that tele carve!!

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Add a little leverage to your skiing

These give you the necessary rise to make quick edge to edge transitions while skiing. They also help defeat "wing out" when you turn, so they improve overall turning and stability.

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Quick to your edges

My new Voile binding risers are an improvement over my previous "red" risers. The wider foot and heel plates make for quicker edge-to-edge action and reduce the amount of over-all effort in skiing. I highly recommend them.