Dynafit TLT Vertical FT 110mm Z12

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Dynafit's TLT Vertical FT 110mm Z12 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Dynafit TLT Vertical FT randonee bindings offer a lightweight setup to aggressive freeride skiers who require a DIN 12 release setting for maximum lock-down during steep descents.


You want your legs to be as fresh as possible when you attack tight chutes and navigate rocky cliffs. This means light equipment, steel thighs, and max lock-down for the descent. Dynafit made the TLT Vertical FT Binding both light and strong, just for you.

- Backcountry.com

Dynafit's TLT Vertical FT-12 is the lightest FreeTouring & FreeRide-Touring binding in the world. The patented mechanical four-point link between binding and boot, along with the intricate - torsion-bridge - between toe and heel, provides a previously unknown degree of force distribution to the ski. The low profile and perfect load transfer angle to the boot (10 mm heel elevation), combined with ideal comfort (weight reduced to the minimum), are only some of its unique features.

- CampSaver.com

You're hard-pressed to find a dependable AT binding lighter than Dynafit's TLT Vertical FT 12. At just over a pound, they add little weight to your setup, allowing you to spend less backcountry energy on the ascent so you're fresher on the descent. A low profile provides ample stability, and unique 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

Dynafit TLT Vertical FT 110mm Z12

previously retailed for:
$219.93 - $579.95

The Dynafit TLT Vertical FT 110mm Z12 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 31, 2015 at REI.

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