TwentyTwo Designs HammerHead

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Trying to control today's fat, burly skis with a wimpy little telemark binding is like trying to lasso a dinosaur. 22 Designs developed the Hammerhead with enough lateral stiffness to bully the biggest skis out there. And with five different pivot point settings, you can customize the Hammerheads for your style and terrain.


The 22 Designs Hammerhead complete tail throw kit has all you need for your Hammerhead or Bombshell bindings. The tail throw was redesigned years back to fit newer boots better. Also with improved beaver tail action which provides near step in ease and a hole at the top to attach 22 Designs' Tail Leash. Also includes one replacement mounting screw (7/8" long, Pozidrive head).


The unmatched power and control of the HammerHead comes from adjustable underfoot cable routing, a large burly toeplate, and long smooth spring travel.


22 Designs HammerHead Telemark Bindings The HammerHead returns this year in a sexy understated black The cable guides from last year with the easiertoadjust buttons with dimples have slightly stiffened springs The unmatched power and versatility of the HammerHead is due to the adjustable underfoot cable routing the large toepiece with long wings that contacts the full length of the duckbill and the long smooth spring travelThe adjustable cable guides allow the binding to be optimized for any skiers preference Whether neutral or active the HammerHead will deliver a smooth solid ride on any ski To control todays bigger heavier skis you need a binding like the HammerHeadThe cable guides can be moved forward or removed for long uphill treks and popped back in for downhill performance in all snow conditions even with lighter bootsThe HammerHead is built to stand up to todays hard skiing telemarkers Ski it with confidence knowing that it wont leave you stranded in the backcountry no repair kit requiredFeaturesFive dramatically different cable guide positions Optimize your bindings for your skiing style and snow conditions and make long tours a breezeCables routed underfoot for maximum control plastic boots finally flex at the bellows instead of tiptoeingThe springloaded HammerHeel is the easiest to use climber available flip it up or down with your poles basket Climbing bails available in 3 different sizesPlastic boot rocker launch greatly reducedStrong durable 2000 lb test cableOnepiece toeplate construction no welds no rivets no double mount makes for a bomb proof bindingOver 2 inches of spring travel for smooth action and durabilitySuper easy onesizefitsall notool size adjustmentUnique heel throw for easy entry and greatly variable cable tensionUltrasecure mounting patternTwo year Warranty100 Made in USA


The Twenty Two Designs Hammerhead telemark bindings offer control and stability beyond description and with 5 flex/stiffness adjustments, just about anyone can use them. Ski HammerHeads with confidence because they're built to withstand today's hard-skiing telemarkers. 5 dramatically different cable guide positions optimize bindings for individual skiing style and snow conditions, making long tours a breeze. Cables are routed underfoot for maximum control; plastic boots flex at the bellows instead of tip-toeing. Cable guides can be moved forward or removed for long uphill treks and popped back in for downhill performance in all snow conditions. Over 2 in. of spring travel for smooth action and durability. Includes strong, durable 2,000 lb. test cable. 1-piece toe piece construction; no welds, no rivets and no double mounts ensure a bombproof binding. Spring-loaded HammerHeel climber is super easy to use; flip it up or down with your pole's basket. 1-size-fits-all, no-tool size adjustment is easy to operate. Unique heel throw for easy entry and highly variable cable tension.


TwentyTwo Designs HammerHead

previously retailed for:
$5.95 - $240.00

The TwentyTwo Designs HammerHead is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 1, 2014 at

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