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Why We Like The Voyager XIV Bindings
We are tired of getting to the top of the skin track and realizing we are going to have a lack of freestyle control and freedom on the downhill. To fight this we click into the Moment Voyager XIV Bindings. These bindings offer solid uphill performance but really shine on the downhill. When you are slashing pow and dropping cliffs on the way down the elasticity and power provided by these bindings will have you smiling ear to ear.
- Touring bindings that focus on freestyle caliber downhill control
- Aluminum and steel combine for weight savings and durability
- Springless toe prevents ice build up for reliable retention, release
- 12mm of elasticity ensures natural flex and vibration damping
- Freeride spacer boosts power transfer and increases retention
- Multiple heel risers promote natural strides on variable slopes
- Oversized mount pattern translates to better power transfer to edges
- Item #MMTG06O
- 7075 aluminum, stainless steel, POM
- Release Rating
- 8 - 14
- Boot Compatibility
- tech (ISO 9523)
- Brake Width
- 97mm, 102mm, 108mm, 120mm
- Brakes Included
- Safety Features
- 12mm elastic travel, freeride spacer, dynamic AFD
- Stand Height
- [toe] 36mm [heel] 43.5mm
- Heel Elevators
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- backcountry skiing, ski mountaineering
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
What do you think about this product?
December 21, 2020
Tech is KING.
Moment made the brilliant decision to work on getting these bindings here in the US. - The styling on these is perfect. The way the heel risers flip back and forth is so satisfying and simple. The design is beautiful and functional. The toe piece is "spring"less and that makes icing a non issue. - they are BURLY. at the retention rating - roughly 14 "DIN" (not exactly) - but these are extremely strong and can be skied with that freeride intention with ease of mind. - They are ridiculously light for their weight class. I've only had a day on them so far, but i might be a convert. I paired these up with some Line Sakanas for a wild powder kit - I will add more notes to my review with more days on snow.
December 30, 2020
Have a handful of half day tours on them but so far, I’m pretty happy with these bindings. They are a very similar platform to the BlackDiamond Helios. Moment licenses these from ATK, an Italian binding company that knows how to make Formula 1 like AT bindings! The guys at Moment did their homework on these! They are solid bindings (all metal) and they look sick with the murdered out color scheme. I got mine from the moment factory in Reno, the crew at moment was well versed on the bindings tech and I could tell they had some noteworthy time on them. They seem to ski very well, have easy toe entry and are super efficient to tour in! Transitions are easy and can be done without stepping out of the toes. So far, they stay on my ski shoes! I did have an issue the other day with the brake lock before starting my tour, however I believe there was some ice in the assembly, they were left in the ski box overnight after a tour. The 5 riser positions are pretty cool and easy to use but so far, I’ve only used three in the 180 heel piece position. If you’re looking for a super light binding that skis closer to an alpine binding and has some forgiving and safety elasticity, you should check these out. They aren’t cheap but when it makes touring more enjoyable, it’s worth it!
January 22, 2021
How do you adjust the toe from soft to medium to hard?