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You're pushing the sport of telemarking, it's about time your bindings did the same. G3G??s ENZO binding is the result of a lifetime of telemarking R&D. The ENZO steps it up with a bomber unibody toepiece, larger diameter springs, oversized front pivot, and direct pivoting connections for the underfoot cable routing which completely eliminates cable fatigue. With efficient touring and reliable retention - plus swapability between skis, the ENZO is the ultimate backcountry binding.
- Mountain Gear
When you get your kicks from touring in uncharted terrain or surging ahead in the heat of a tight race, you can't afford to have an equipment malfunction leave you stranded. The Enzo Backcountry kit contains all of the essential replacement parts you need for your G3 Enzo Telemark Bindings so you never get stuck in an undesirable situation.
Travel prepared with essential ENZO binding replacement parts.
The only Telemark binding you may ever need, the G3 Enzo is designed for optimum actuation, latching, activity adjustment, strength, range of pivot motion, and downhill performance.
Innovative design and features, durable materials, and sweet performance characterize the G3 ENZO telemark binding. G3 has dialed in great adjustability with three settings, allowing the telemarker to dial-in their preference for conditions, terrain, and flex.-- Stainless steel, one-piece toe plate, with stainless pivots and lock-down bar, and glass reinforced nylon shim with anti-ice plates -- 2,000 pound test strength, stainless steel cables exceed rivals-- Push Button Pivot Actuation switches easily from ski to tour mode-- Optimally located toe pivot offers 60deg of motion range for care-free climbing-- Pole-activated climbing heel-- Two sizes. Med/Large fits boots approximately 25.5 and larger, Small fits boots size 25 or less-- Available in three spring options: Black/Soft for lighter skiers who want easier flex; Silver/Medium for most skiers; and Gold/Stiff for heavier and/or aggressive skiers who prefer a binding with sick resistance