G3 Spring Cartridges

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit G3's Spring Cartridges page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

For the ultimate range and binding activity look to the G3 Enzo 4 Piece Spring Set for telemark bindings. Compatible only with the G3 Enzo binding (sold separately), this durable spring set offers three types of stiffness to satisfy your tele needs.

- Backcountry.com

Description of G3 World Cup Cartridge SetG3, the first manufacturer to use compression spring cartridges in telemark bindings, has set what is now the industry standard. We offer three versions of cartridges with appropriate spring stiffnesses for compatibility with different telemark boots variety of flexes. FeaturesMaximizes ski control and performanceExtended length to accommodate bigger boots Up to 30mm 1.15in Durable stainless steel casingEasily adjustable for fine-tuning perfectionMaintenance free, dry spring design

- US Outdoor Store

Dial in the flex, spring, and stiffness of your bindings with G3's TARGA cartridge set. Four different styles of these maintenance-free cartridges offer maximized ski control for a wide range of boot lengths.

- Mountain Gear

G3, the first manufacturer to use compression spring cartridges in telemark bindings, has set what is now the industry standard. They offer three versions of cartridges with appropriate spring stiffnesses for compatibility with different telemark boots' variety of flexes. The item comes with four cartridges.

- CampSaver.com

G3 Spring Cartridges

MSRP:
$55.53

The G3 Spring Cartridges is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at Backcountry.com.

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