Dynafit TLT Speed Radical Binding

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Dynafit's comfortable evolution of the legendary TLT Speed combines maximum comfort and light weight.

- CampSaver.com

The classic Dynafit Speed binding has been radicalized.-- Still insanely light, but so much easier to use that it will not make you insane-- New Side Towers for quicker binding entry and side impact resistance-- New Speed Step climbing bar. No longer necessary to twist the heel around for every climbing height

- OMCgear

Built to be light, fast, and super-simple to use, Dynafit designed its TLT Speed Radical Binding to withstand the forces of traditional alpine touring and maintain the low overall weight that ski-mountaineers demand.

- Backcountry.com

Sick of hauling around ski brakes that you never have to use The Speed Radical offers similar features to the Radical ST at a lower price and weight because it doesnt come equipped with brakes Tech bindings 1982 to nowSearch for patents that include the word Dynafit and youll find a history of innovation that extends all the way back to 1982 the same year the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 1046 a gallon of gas cost less than a buck and the first CD player was sold in Japan According to WildSnowcom everything started with German inventors Manfred and Fritz Barthel Their dream A lightweight binding suitable for both touring and downhill skiing They built the first binding licensed the technology to Dynafit and decades later tech bindings are in use on every backcountry trailhead in the world Why choose a tech bindingTech bindings are designed to be as light as possible thus making it easier to skin up the hill and then ski down Instead of using a frame to secure the toe and heel of the binding a tech binding uses the sole of your boot to accomplish the same task Compared to alpine bindings tech bindings are significantly lighter for touring but strong enough to ski downhill with little to no decrease in performance The Barthels 1982 dream is now a realityFeatures IncludeSpeed Step climbing barSuper light 341 gram weight per bindingSide towers AKA Power Towers that make for better power transfer while preventing prereleases on the descentAn adjustable release value from 410adjustable length 125 mm

- Bentgate.com