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The MFD ALLTIME Alpine Touring binding system was specifically designed for freeriders in the USA. Until now skiers had to choose between touring bindings that have limited performance during the decent and alpine bindings that mostly cannot be used for touring. BLACK Compatible with Rossignol FKS 140/180 and Look Pivot 14/18 ski bindings S/M fits boot soles 267 - 320mm. M/LG fits boot soles 310 - 350mm (Recommended ski width > 90) BLUE Compatible with Salomon STH Driver 12/14/16, STH 12/14and Atomic FFG Team, FFG ski bindings S/M fits boot soles 265 - 318mm. M/LG fits boot soles 312 - 365mm (Recommended ski width > 90) a Pendulum Pivot(TM) brings your pivot point higher, allowing you efficient ski touring while using your Alpine Bindings. a Dually Bearings(TM). Torsionally strong. Replaceable. a Alpine DH bindings directly screw to MFD ALLTIME channel. 3M ThreadlockerA(R) capsule included (glue for your ski screws!) a Free Floating Chop Block(TM). Lets your Heel Lock float with the flex of your ski while allowing the ski to flex more naturally. a Pole activated climbing riser. The quickest, highest and most efficient riser system on the market. O, 6, 14 degree touring positions. a Weight (per side): 600g. a Materials: 6061 T6 aluminum, Dupont ZytelA(R) a Designed, Developed and Manufactured by MFD in the USA
Die-hard backcountry skiers have long been faced with the dilemma of having to compromise the performance of the high-DIN downhill bindings they love in order to access and ski the terrain they live for. The Alltime AT Binding from MFD is the solution. Simply mount your favorite downhill binding to the Alltime Channel and you're ready to rip. The Alltime boasts the lowest stand height of any AT binding systems for resort-worthy power transmission, and the Chop Block floating heel piece allows your ski to maintain its natural flex dynamics. With the new Click Lock system, the entire binding setup can be quickly switched to another pair of skis mounted with MFD switch plates so you can always head to the backcountry with the right pair of skis for the conditions.