Dynafit Low Tech Race Binding

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Dynafit's Low Tech Race Binding page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

It wasn't so long ago that running was something you did in the summer with short shorts and lightweight shoes, but with the Dynafit Low Tech Race Binding you're going to be able to take (ski)running to a whole new season. The engineers at Dynafit modified the Low Tech Race Binding so it now weighs in at 115g, which when combined with Dynafit skis and boots make for a ski-running set up that will rival the weight of your favorite summer sneakers.

- Backcountry.com

With Dynafit's Low Tech Auto Binding we have the ultimate lightweight. Thanks to a totally new mix of materials, this new binding achieves an exceptionally low weight of 120 g! New innovations, materials, technologies and production processes all mean that what we thought was impossible has just been surpassed.

- CampSaver.com

Stop: you've just found the lightest race bindings ever. Whether you want to save weight, are a ski runner, or a racer, outfit your set-up with Dynafit's Low Tech Race Binding. Crafted out of aluminum to cut out excess weight they also feature strong magnesium accents and titanium, instead of steel, screws. The toe automatically clamps down when you step in even as the climbing platform flips down for ascents & flips back so you can step down & descend without a struggle.

- Mountain Gear

Dynafit Low Tech Race Binding

previously retailed for:
$479.97 - $799.95

The Dynafit Low Tech Race Binding is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at Backcountry.com.

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