Dynafit TLT Radical FT Z12 Binding

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Free Shipping. Dynafit TLT Radical FT Brakes FEATURES of the Dynafit TLT Radical FT Brakes High connection plate in pressed carbon for maximum torsional rigidity Shock absorber Extremely hard wearing (basically indestructible) toe-piece Maximum width (75 mm) for broad-shovel skis Speed Step climbing bar Side Towers for quick binding entry with QSI-Inserts and greater side impact resistance Optimized eccentric cam Adjustable length +/- 12.5mm Stopper with gliding plate for excellent side release New torx screws Jig / template optimized at the toe Target Group: Free Touring Optimised hole pattern on the toe piece (only four instead of five screws) Extremely tough (unbreakable) toe piece

- Moosejaw

Dynafit TLT Radical FT randonee bindings are the solution for hard-charging backcountry skiers who log lots of miles skinning up mountains to ski couloirs, drops cliffs and float powder.

- REI

Revamped and redesigned for Fall 2012, Dynafit's TLT Radical FT Binding is ready to rip. Weighing in at less than three pounds, you spend less backcountry energy on the ascent so you're fresher on the descent. A low profile provides ample stability, and a carbon plate torsion bridge built between the toe and heel gives you an unbelievable amount of force distribution so that the execution of fast turns and hard landings doesn't result in a lost ski.

- Mountain Gear

Once again expanding the downhill performance of its freeride bindings, Dynafit introduces the TLT Radical FT Binding, which boasts the most powerful descent capabilities to date with the same lightweight, trusted Dynafit design. The TLT Radical FT is made with the strongest, lightest materials possible, including a carbon binding plate that connects the toe and heel pieces and provides incredible rigidity underfoot. With help from the reinforcing Side Towers on the toe piece, ski mountaineers and big mountain backcountry freeriders get the downhill security necessary for dropping into icy cirques and mile-long couloirs.

- Backcountry.com