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TLT Radical ST

rated 5 of 5 stars Very good bindings. Low price and good quality. Recommended 100%. Full review

TLT Radical ST

rated 5 of 5 stars With the Dynafit TLTs, my entire ski setup weighs less than my daughter's downhill skis, but I can bomb through crud with ease on a slope. In a word, these bindings are tough. I can climb all day, easier than climbing in snowshoes, and the pivot is perfect, it feels like a natural gait. These bindings are deceptively simple but so well designed that you will LOVE them. I started out Alpine Touring with Silvretta 500 bindings, and I liked them. I was reluctant to upgrade, but after researching Dynafit… Full review

MS Feline Gore-Tex

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Tread like a buzzsaw and tears up the trails. I finally decided to get a new set of trail shoes since the old ones had been worn bald and were growing holy. I had no idea that Dynafit made running shoes but I am aware of their excellent ski bindings so I decided to give a pair a try.  Fit The first thing I noticed when slipping into the Feline is the way the cut out tongue allows the laces to be tightened without creating pressure where they tie. For some reason this has been a problem for me with… Full review

Mercury TF

rated 5 of 5 stars A great "quiver of one" boot that is equally capable of driving your skis on piste, doing laps in the side country, as well as downhill focussed backcountry touring. I had been using the Garmont Radiums to ski my K2 Hardsides (170cm long / 98mm underfoot) with the G3 Onyx binding. However after three return trips to the boot fitter, the Radiums just wouldn't do the job for me (they had too much volume for my feet). So the retailer swapped them out for a lower volume boot. After re-evaluating… Full review

TLT Radical ST

rated 4.5 of 5 stars They work. Light weight. Secure holding when locked down. Enjoyed using these bindings this last winter. A few challenges learning how to get locked in and managing the steps but after the second trip, things were good. You can, with a pole tip, turn the heal piece all the way around to switch from walk to ski or back. Took some practice.   Though I am a lightweight, have no problems carving the hard pack on the way back to the lodge. These are much better than the clunky first pair of bindings… Full review

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