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The Voile 3-Pin Cable Telemark Binding provides the best of both worlds when it comes to backcountry and resort skiing versatility. The toe piece is constructed with the same design as Voile's Heavy Duty 3-Pin Binding. The cable provides increased control when skiing downhill or breaking trail through less than ideal conditions. With the Voile 3-Pin telemark binding toe pieces as a back-up, the 3-pin Cable provides the most fail-safe binding system available for backcountry or resort telemark skiing.
"Voile Backcountry Skiing 3-pin Cable Telemark Binding Grey One Size 601BK. Such springs were typically used in conjunction with some sort of flexible cable. Enter the Voile 3-Pin Cable Telemark Binding. Introduced in 1989 the name is a bit of a misnomer. As with all Voile tele bindings there really is no cable in the conventional sense. Instead a pair of long rigid coiled springs with hooks and a locking heel piece complete the necessary toe-to-heel loop. The springs expand ever so slightly with each telemark turn and can be easily adjusted on the heel end. It's a design that has stood the test of time and still is very popular with skiers who prefer the comfort and flex of leather and softer-plastic telemark boots. The so-called cable assembly hooks to a bomber toe piece akin to that of the Voile Hardwire 3-Pin. Similarly it can be removed to facilitate climbing and reattached for making turns. At 1 lb 13 oz. per pair the Voile 3-Pin Cable binding weighs in like a featherweight and performs like a middleweight. And if it ain't broke don't fix it."
Before the advent of compression spring cartridges, telemark binding designs relied on expandable springs to compensate for the rise in the heel when turning. Enter the Voil+ 1/4 3-Pin Cable Telemark Binding. A pair of long, rigid, coiled springs with hooks and a locking heel piece complete the necessary toe-to-heel loop. The springs expand ever so slightly with each telemark turn and can be easily adjusted on the heel end. ItG??s a design that has stood the test of time, and still is very popular with skiers who prefer the comfort and flex of leather and softer-plastic telemark boots.
- Mountain Gear
Time-tested and skier-approved, Voile 3-Pin Cable telemark ski bindings feature a locking heel piece with long, coiled springs that expand ever so slightly to support each and every telemark turn.