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ST Rotation 10 Binding - 2024

4.888888888888889 out of 5 stars
9 Reviews



ST Rotation 10 Binding

Previously, the Radical 2.0 was all the rage, and Dynafit continues to push the limits in backcountry performance with its new ST Rotation 10 Binding. This midweight tech-toe option utilizes the same rotating toe piece and 10mm of forward pressure in the heel that made its predecessor so popular with hard-charging skiers, but Dynafit added a spring-tensioned toe-piece that auto-realigns itself to keep your boot in line with the heel-piece while clicking in.


  • Lightweight tech-binding is updated with lighter and stronger materials
  • Predominantly aluminum construction knocks 50 grams off from the Radical
  • Improved heel and baseplate offer added stiffness for big descents
  • High-performance construction is suitable for hard-charging skiers
  • Bayonet lock is easy to use and keeps you secured when touring
  • Item #DNFZ138
forged aluminum, Cromoly, Synthetic
Release Rating
Boot Compatibility
Brake Width
90, 105, 120mm
Brakes Included
Heel Elevators
Claimed Weight
1lb 5.1oz
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Overall Rating

5 based on 9 ratings

Review Summary

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5 out of 5 stars

December 11, 2022

So far, awesome.

I just mounted my rotations on a set of free 107s. I’ve only skied two days on them. One in the backcountry, one in the resort to see how they hold up on variable snow. So far, very pleased with both uphill and downhill performance


Originally reviewed on Dynafit

5 out of 5 stars

November 1, 2021

I've been skiing on these bindings for the past 4+ seasons, mostly backcountry in the White Mountains of NH, with terrain ranging from mellow trails to "do not fall" gullies, and a couple resort days here and there. While they are on the heavier side of touring bindings (to be expected given the features), I've found them to be really solid up and down: no issues and no unexpected releases.


Originally reviewed on Dynafit

5 out of 5 stars

January 25, 2021

Works really well for more descent based touring. Trust these way more than the really light Dynafits and so far have never pre-released like I do from the lighter ones occasionally. They are heavier, but when skiing either deeper backcountry pow or a tight icy chute know these are certified on the release is very important and allows me to not lock out the toes which is also a bonus since if I'm in a big crash or avalanche I do not want these still connected to me. My only complaint and I didn't take a star off is that getting into them with the movable toe is tough in deeper snow and getting them into tour mode on the heel takes some muscle compared to my other dynafits. Minor overall and completely recommend.

Originally reviewed on Dynafit

4 out of 5 stars

March 31, 2020

These are great beefy tech bindings that can handle anything you throw at them. I am a lighter skier, but I have never had any issues with release or power while mounted on Icelantic Shamans (110 underfoot BEEFY skis). The pivoting toe binding gives a little more peace of mind that the toe will release when you need it to and won't when you don't. They have a wide adjustable range and were able to accommodate a 2cm jump in boot sole length when I bought new boots. The risers are a breeze to flip up or down with your ski pole handle. Getting the brakes down while rotating the heel tower to go into tour mode isn't the easiest, but having brakes is a plus for riding in-bounds. I would buy lighter tech bindings for serious backcountry only ski set ups, but these bindings do well in or out of bounds and could be mounted on a quiver-killer do-it-all ski setup.

Originally reviewed on Dynafit

5 out of 5 stars

March 14, 2019

Work great, function well even in super cold conditions.


Originally reviewed on Dynafit

5 out of 5 stars

January 2, 2019

so far the Dfit rotational has worked great ! breaks lock down when the should for touring and climbing plates flip with ease , they stay in tour mode better than G3 bindings.

Originally reviewed on Dynafit

5 out of 5 stars

December 30, 2018

Great bindings! These are my first tech bindings, I've previously used Marker Duke and Marker Baron's for my backcountry and in-bounds setup. I'm 6'2", 225 lbs and ski at the expert level. The bindings are set at the recommended DIN setting of 8.5. They are mounted on DPS Whaler 112 skis and my boots are Technical Cochise. I live in the Rocky Mountains so mainly ski softer snow. I was a little nervous going to a tech setup, I wasn't sure if they would be beefy enough for in-bounds/everyday skiing as well as backcountry but I've had 10 days on them now and have skied a wide variety of terrain and snow conditions (bumps, steeps, hard and fast carving corduroy, powder, heavy crud, hard pack. No big jumps though-my knees can't take that anymore, and no ice either-why would I want to ski ice anyway?!). The bindings have felt rock solid throughout. No pre-ejections. I've ejected once when one of my skis got hung up in some brush and the binding ejected smoothly. Touring is way better than the Marker's, the stride is much more natural. They take a little getting used to getting the pins engaged when stepping into them but it's not too bad. Can't speak for the durability as I've only been on them 10 days but at this point I'd have no issues using them in place of my alpine setup for everyday use, inbounds and out.


Originally reviewed on Dynafit

5 out of 5 stars

December 4, 2018

Only a few days out with these so far but liking them. Seem really robust and heel risers very easy to deploy when compared to older df bindings. The rotation component of the toe makes locking into ski mode require a tad more finess. Putting toe into walk mode first helps. Nice binding and the orange color looks sharp.


Originally reviewed on Dynafit

5 out of 5 stars

October 10, 2017

Easier to use and lighter than the Radical 2.0.


Originally reviewed on Dynafit