Free 2-Day Shipping on Orders Over $50

Detail Images

  • Dynafit - TLT Speedfit Binding - Yellow

Current Color

  • Dynafit - TLT Speedfit Binding - Yellow

Dynafit TLT Speedfit Binding

sale $269.97 $449.9540% Off

Free 2-Day shipping on orders over $50. Learn More

Select style & size:

Select options
  • Select options
    • Yellow, One Size
      sale $269.97

    3 Reviews


    Charge up to charge down.

    Climbing snowy peaks is fun, but getting to ski down is even better. The Dynafit TLT Speedfit Binding is a lightweight, minimalist offering that will help you fly up the skintrack so you can get to the fun part faster. Weighing in at 620 grams per pair, these bindings won't weigh you down on long approaches and multi-day traverses, and the two heel risers adjust easily to fit changing terrain. Ice Breaker pins work to keep snow and ice out of the tech inserts on your boots, ensuring proper retention so you won't walk out of them.

    • A lightweight tech binding for cruising up the skintrack
    • Adjustable release values accommodate different-sized skiers
    • Durable stainless steel components for added reliability
    • Two heel risers for uphill efficiency
    • Ice Breaker pins keep your boots free of snow and ice
    • Optional brakes available (sold separate)
    • Item #DNF00D1

    Tech Specs

    stainless steel, chromoly, forged aluminum, Syntetic
    Release Rating
    Boot Compatibility
    Brakes Included
    Heel Elevators
    Claimed Weight
    (pair) 1lb 5.9oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry skiing, ski mountaineering
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

    Have questions about this product?

    Dynafit quality and ease of use.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Another great offering from Dynafit. Pretty light considering how much metal is in the bindings, more metal is a good thing. Only complaint is similar to another review. The heal pieces are tough to spin to ski mode while on your boot. No biggie as just kick them off, switch them over to ski mode, and enjoy your surroundings with another handful of gorp.

    Great BC ski binding

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I went w/ the speedfit binding for simplicity and weight. I have been backcountry skiing for 15 years and have tried all kinds of bindings and gear. I personally really like Dynafit for backcountry touring. I wanted a binding that wouldn't hold me back on the uphill and that didn't force me to use brakes. I bought brakes , but have yet to install them. I don't use these in the resort and have enjoyed around 20-25 days in northern Utah mountains and Canada skiing these bindings. The toe piece clicks in similar to other Dynafit bindings, so you need a compatible boot. The heel piece swivels to accomodate uphill and downhill travel. My one complaint about these bindings is sometimes it's hard for me to swivel the heel piece when I'm transitioning from uphill to downhill and I don't want to take the ski off. I have to crouch down really low and get the right angle to have the force to turn it. When it's cold, it's harder to turn.
    The heel piece doesn't raise as high as my other Dynafit bindings, which are about 3 versions ago, but I have found that I do fine even w/ the steep uphill tracks common in the Wasatch.
    5 stars for durability, light weight, price (esp on sale), and 4.5 stars for ease of use. Great binding!


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

    I bought these for my roommate who is making her first foray into ski touring. Based off the title, I expected this binding to be a resort/frontside oriented binding for skinning up groomers before work. But, I quickly figured out that the "fit" part of the title simply means that the binding is a bit heavier and as such, will be better for those who are more interested in fitness.

    The binding has plenty of retention, is easy to step into, and is very easy to adjust climbing modes. It is hard to beat the value of this binding when considering price, weight and performance.

    I see myself picking up a couple pairs of both the TLT Speed and TLT Speedfit next year

    Confused about how these are "heavy." The pair weighs in at 708 grams / 1.5 lb per pair (no brake). That’s light. For comparison, here are few more tech binding weights: Radical ST 2.0 w/brakes = 1.2 kg / 2.6 lbs; the G3 ION 12 w/brakes 1.25 kg; G3 ION LT no brakes = 920 g /2 lb and the Fritschi Vipec no brakes = 1kg. These seem like some of some of the lightest tech bindings around.

    Sorry for being unclear. By speedfit being heavy, I was speaking relative to the Dnyafit Speed binding. I was a bit confused by the nomenclature at first but it all makes sense now