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Recent Telemark Binding Reviews
Not the binding you want if you are an aggressive telemarker. Was a good binding to learn on, if only because it was hard to ski! This was my first telemark binding, and I used it for about half a season, probably 50 days. It was used at the time I bought it. I was impressed that they held up, given that I had heard a lot of horror stories of these breaking. First off, let's start with the pros: These are super light, super easy to mount and switch out parts as necessary, and they work. The… Full review
TwentyTwo Designs Axl
Absolute best binding for touring and performance. Easy switching between modes and resistance levels. Sturdy. This is the perfect backcountry binding for the true telemarker. First off, we have to start with the performance. The free release touring mode makes going up a cinch because you have zero resistance on your heel. It's very easy to switch between modes, you just use your pole and the ski can stay on. Once in ski mode, it skis like an aggressive alpine Tele binding. It is not quite as… Full review
G3 Targa Ascent
This is a 15-year-old binding at this point, likely out of production, so you may find it used. A good try at a full flex binding—binding is solid, heel lifts don't last, sourcing replacement unlikely. While heavier than the Targa, the full flex is nice. Would like to try to swap in the Targa simple heel lifts. Free your mind Full review