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Tyrolia Attack2 13 Ski Binding

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AAAttack2 13 Ski Binding

The AAAttack2 series features alpine ski bindings that thrive on the feet of aspiring freeriders who demand control, reliable release, and a lightweight feel. The 13 DIN rating is great for lightweight or intermediate skiers who are starting to hit jumps and explore the freeride potential of the mountain.

  • Freeride specific binding for lighter riders who want to progress
  • 4-13 Din works for intermediate skill levels or lighter riders
  • Metal AFD provides reliable horizontal release for piece of mind
  • NX FR Heel handles wear and tear of freeriding, limits prerelease
  • FR FR Pro² Toe limits swing weight and drives power to your edges
  • 17mm stand height adds a solid feel and limits power loss
  • Durable brakes keep your skis nearby after a surprising spill
  • Item #TYI0003

DIN
4 - 13
Brake Width
85mm, 95mm, 110mm
Boot Compatibility
alpine (ISO5355), GripWalk
Safety Features
FR Pro² Toe, AFD Metal GW, NX FR Heel
Stand Height
17mm
Claimed Weight
4lb 5oz
Recommended Use
all-mountain skiing, freeride/powder skiing, park & freestyle skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

Lightweight, trusted.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

Low stack height for a "close to the ski" feel. Durable and easy to get in/out of. Currently riding these on my '21 Prodigy 3.0's (106) underfoot and went with the 110mm brake.

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Tyrolia Attack 13 Product Video

>Rating: 5

Bargain binding

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I’ve been using the Tyrolia AAAttack 13 binding in the bright green for around a month now. I have it mounted to the Blizzard Rustler 11 ski. The AAAttack might be the best cost effective binding on the market. It’s easy to get into and out of, even in deeper snow. I haven’t had any unusual releases and it has been very reliable. Don’t let the price point fool you as this binding is just as good as it’s competitors from Marker and Look at in some cases is a third of the price. The only negatives would be that there were already some paint chips by the time I brought them home mounted from the Backcountry retail store. The brakes are also a smidge narrow for the Rustler 11 that I think could have been rectified when being mounted. Overall a great binding and a great deal.

The way to rectify a ski binding brake that is a little to narrow is to bend it outward after the binding is mounted with the ski in the ski vice so it will not twist as you gently bend the brake. If you have a 172cm or 180cm Rustler 11 it has a 112mm waist so you should be able to accommodate it. The 188cm is 114 mm wide and the 192 cm is 116 mm wide so both of those ski lengths could be a problem. The brake metal tends to spring back when you bend it so in my experience you can’t go to wide. Be aware the in soft deep snow which the Rustler 11 is designed for the snow will pack in along the side of the heal piece and if it freezes up the brake will not clear the side of the ski and remain in the up position. I speak from experience with a 90 mm brake on a 90 mm waisted ski. I always go wider than the waist width when selecting and mounting bindings. Good luck⛷⛷👍

Will the brake of the Tyrolia Attack 13 95 clear the head Kore 93? Thanks

>Rating: 5

they work

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

i put these on my black crows and they work great. good price too

>Rating: 5

Awesome Bindings

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

If you are looking for some great value in bindings at a low cost, these bindings are great! The binding has a very safe and secure feel and performed really well for me!

>Rating: 4

Gets the job done

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I picked up a pair of these bindings because I was looking for an inexpensive option for my resort skis. I am impressed with how well they perform. They sit close to the ski which provides a really responsive feel. My only complaint with this binding is that it does not provide the confidence inspiring thunk that Marker bindings have.

>Rating: 5

Great Binding

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I bought a new pair of Volkl Mantra M5 skis and needed a "wide" binding for them. I have used Tyrolia bindings in the past and these were well recommended and very well built so I had them mounted up. The function and skiability have been awesome! As I said - Great binding! Look it up.

>Rating: 5

Great Lightweight Binding

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Mounted these on some ARV 106's for days all over the mountain. After about a season, I have zero complaints and no concerns about performance. Really like the light weight of the binding and at this point, I don't really need anything with a din higher than 13.

>Rating: 5

Solid binder!

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I picked these up for my dads new Armada Invictus 95 and we have been really happy with them. Nice low profile puts you on the ski and offers good feel and response, while also being pretty lightweight. They also seem to be really well built and feel very solid both to the touch and when clicking into them. Consistent release when they do need to come off. Love the color options in them as well we got the red and they look awesome in person. 95mm option fit on a 95mm waist ski perfectly. Overall really happy with this purchase and feel like they offer a really good bang for the buck.

>Rating: 5

Love them so far.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

With one of the lowest mount heights in the industry, the AAAttack will offer tons of ski feel and response. They are low profile as well. I have never had issues with the release.

>Rating: 5

Best binding you can buy!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Love how light and secure these bindings are with such a simple and small design. I have had both marker and looks in the past and would defiantly recommend these to some one look for a lighter binding them this two and built better then markers.

>Rating: 5

Burly Without The Bulk

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

The AAAttack 13's are a perfect option for those who don't an ultra burly and heavy binding, but still want a durable and reliable option for everyday riding. The low stack height and wide platform make for an ultra responsive feel as well.

>Rating: 4

So Far So Good

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

One of my ski buddies recommended these to me due to their low weight. I've been skiing Look Pivots for years so I was skeptical but I decided to give them a shot. I only have a few days on them but so far they've been great. They are indeed light weight but feel like a heavier binding when you're clicked in. They also offer a very low stack height, keeping your boot sole close to the ski. Overall, this is a whole lot of binding in a very small package.

>Rating: 5

Solid bindings

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

These bindings get the job done! very reasonable in price compared to other bindings. They have taken everything i have thrown at them.

>Rating: 5

Light, Secure, and sexy as hell!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Just got these put on to accept my new Atomic 130 XTD's for some 'front-side fun' and could not be more pleased with them. Great binding, classic Tyrolia 'click', and stellar price/value.

Just
>Rating: 5

Solid option!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

If you are looking for a no nonsense downhill binding look no further, The Tyrolia Attack 13 is an extremely lightweight and pairs great with average sized skis. Currently using them on a pair of faction 2.0's and couldn't be happier with this lightweight binding.

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Is this price for one or two bindings?

These are two bindings!