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Dynafit ST Rotation 10 Binding

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ST Rotation 10 Binding

The Radical 2.0 was all the rage last year, and Dynafit continues to push the limits in backcountry performance with its new ST Rotation 10 Binding. The binding 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 so you aren't missing the heel piece every time you go to step into the binding.

Dynafit also integrated the heel unit into the baseplate, which strengthens and stiffens the heel for performance on the descent. Not only is the ST Rotation 10 Binding more solid on the downhill, but by updating more of the binding material to aluminum, Dynafit was able to knock 50 grams off the Radical 2.0. With uncompromising performance on the uphill and downhill, the ST Rotation 10 throws a big middle finger to those clunky frame bindings your buddy keeps insisting are worth the weight.

  • A lightweight tech binding fit for hard-charging skiers
  • 4-10 DIN range suitable for most skiers and conditions
  • Compatible with TLT (tech) alpine touring boots
  • Spring-tensioned toe piece ensures a quick step-in
  • Heel integrated into the baseplate for added stiffness
  • Pivoting toe piece for better downhill performance
  • 10mm of forward pressure in the heel
  • Item #DNF00D2

forged aluminum, stainless steel, Chromaly
Release Rating
Boot Compatibility
Brakes Included
Safety Features
pivoting toe piece, 10mm forward pressure in heel
Claimed Weight
[pair] 2lb 10oz
Recommended Use
backcountry skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5


I've put it through the wringer

The ST rotation 10 bindings are as reliable as touring bindings come. The rotation safety feature in the toe took a moment to get used to stepping into, but within a few transitions it became second nature. The added safety of the rotation gives me more confidence in the releasability of the binding in a fall. I have had the opportunity to inadvertently test this in a couple bad falls and I am certain that the rotation feature saved my knees from injury. They are not the lightest bindings on the market, but are built to go the distance in the mountains year after year.

>Rating: 5

Great Binding

I've put it through the wringer

This is my only binding and it has worked great for me in all conditions. I use the binding touring in the back country as well as skiing downhill on the resort. Very easy to step into , tours efficiently, DIN certified, and very reliable. I have had no issues with the binding to-date. - Dynafit employee

>Rating: 4

Lightweight Champion of the World

I've put it through the wringer

I have these binding on the skis I work in as a ski touring guide and avalanche educator for the Colorado Mountain School in Boulder CO. I have probably skied 50 days on this binding so far. As far as an all around performing biding that inspires confidence at a light-weight this is a great option. I would consider it for any quiver killer setup. While you could always get a lighter binding for more specialized application the rotation 10 is great if your not trying to build an excessive quiver as it incorporates some of the best of dynafits din/release technologies as well as having a wide range of adjustably if you want change boots of let someone try out your skis. If your only going to have one touring setup this is a great option. Thanks dynafit for hooking it up I am stoked to clip in every time.

would this be okay with resort at well ?

>Rating: 5

Tried and True

These have been great in the backcountry, but I have tested these hard in the resort, a few times this season. I was nervous, especially going fast. But, I've gotten over my fear because they are great. They have supported me in every situation. I have yet to take any big crashes or falls, so can't speak to that. But, I'm not worried. This is a solid product.

>Rating: 5

I love these!

I've put it through the wringer

I got these after having Dynafit Speed Radicals on my last touring skis. These are a bit harder to get used to locking in and definitely feel harder to lock, but I love that they have brakes and the DIN releases when I tomahawk!

>Rating: 5

solid safe

I've put it through the wringer

I have not had this issue. For me the heel turned as for any other Dynafit type binding (ie Speed Turn, Low Tech Racing, Plum Guide). I found the rotating toe made heel step in more thought-provoking, but the divot which centers the binding on the forward axis of rotation helps to center the toe piece so you can enter the heel clean and tight. I do think it's a more forgiving binding on the knee, but have not released. It has a bit of the elasticity of an alpine binding at much less weight. All other features (touring, heel lifts) are as for a Radical as far as I can tell. Used for 1 season without issue. Used for 2017-8 on a 108 wide firm ski, tlt7s boots and no issues. Reviews on Wildsnow and are spot on, and SkiAlper too.


great photo and gear review!!

>Rating: 2

Not a fan of new heel rotation mechanism

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I have been a proud owner of Dynafit since 2010, but this version of their bindings is not going to work for me due to difficulty to rotate the heel into ski mode. I do not like to remove my skis when I transition to ski mode, but have been unable to rotate heel into ski mode without removing ski. It requires a lot of force and two hands to do. I've litterally drawn blood doing it with bare hands. If you are a skier who likes to lock, strip skins, and go, then stick to the classic Radicals and Verticals.

I have the exact same problem. Always loved my prior dynafits. Hate this version. Takes so much force and effort to rotate the heel piece. Definitely can’t do it with the ski still on. It’s so bad I’m considering buying a different pair despite just spending so much money on these.

Do you realize that you can rotate the heel (very easily) with a ski pole? Flip one (only one) of the heel risers up and then insert the tip of your ski pole into the slot and rotate counter-clockwise. Much easier (and safer) than using your hand.

Bret B - genius! I never realized that.


Are these TUV certified like their predecessor?

Hi Jacquelyn, Thanks for reaching out to us with your question! It appears these bindings are TUV Certified as well. Feel free to reach out to me with any more questions!