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Tyrolia
Attack 14 GW Ski Binding - 2024

4 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$268.95
Color:Blue

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Attack 14 GW Ski Binding

This season, we’re striving to ski steeper and deeper lines. The Tyrolia Attack 14 GW Binding offers us the same durability as the Attack 13, but with a redesigned toepiece and an easier DIN adjustment for extra confidence while dropping cliffs.


Details

  • Reliable alpine ski bindings for ripping on and off-piste
  • 4-14 DIN range suites a wide range of weights and heights
  • Large platform transfers power to your edges with ease
  • Updated heel piece easily adjusts the DIN
  • Item #TYIA03Z
Material
AFD metal
DIN
4-14
Brake Width
85mm, 95mm, 110mm
Boot Compatibility
Alpine, GripWalk
Safety Features
FR Pro 3 toe, NX FR heel
Stand Height
17mm
Claimed Weight
[pair, 95mm] 4lb 9.8oz
Activity
ski
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

April 18, 2022

Tyrolia Attack13 binding in red

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Size Bought:
N/A
Height:
6' 1"
Weight:
185

Mounted traditional on a new pair of Volkl Mantra M5 in 178cm for me. I'm certainly comfortable skiing anything in the resort, I call myself lower advanced as I have friends whom shoot commercials, competed in olympics, etc.. They are advanced. These bindings are nice. I had Marker Griffon before. I notice with the low "toe" it take a little more to get the fat ski on edge, but super solid feel. The clicking in is easier and as a result of taking less energy, you also don't get the massive "thud" of the marker. Having said that, I only run DIN at 7 and ski pretty steep terrain in full bumps and I've had ZERO issue with releasing. To date I haven't crashed so I can't speak to release during crash, but skiing advanced terrain they hold well at lower DINs. If I had any complaint, you need to have the heal go straight down into the rear to get the solid snap. if your a bit sideways or lazy it'll "latch" but won't snap and then you realize it's not quite right. So in the morning, I snap in "proper" and look to verify and it's never an issue. I would recommend for new sticks if you like Tyrolia. To me, Griffon/attack/other. It's just a good binding and it does the job. The red looks nice with the red accent ski's. By the way more easy to unlock than Griffon at the end of the day, but who cares about that, your going for a beer at the bottom. Duuh

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