Dynafit TLT Superlite 2.0 Binding

Dynafit TLT Superlite 2.0 Binding
$549.95
TLT Superlite 2.0 Binding by Dynafit
Price subject to change | SKU: DNF007L

Dynafit TLT Superlite 2.0 Binding

Going with a lightweight race binding has meant that you're going to have to forgo both the security of a brake and the added safety of adjustable release values. This is not the case with the Dynafiit TLT Superlite 2. 0 12 Binding. Celebrating 30 years of binding innovation, Dynafit's release of the TLT Superlite 2. 0 opens a new chapter in the world of lightweight rando race bindings with the addition of the same safety features you'd find on a binding three times the weight of the TLT Superlite.The newly re-designed heel piece now has adjustable lateral release values ranging from 6-12. The added safety of this feature will give skiers the added security they need to get after it on the descent, without feeling like they need to hold back. For skiers that prefer the added security of a brake, the TLT Superlite can be set up with brakes (sold separately) in sizes available in 75, 90, and 105mm. The toe maintains the proven design of the Superlite with a fixed release value, but now has a more secure four hole mounting pattern for better retention to the ski. The toe is crampon compatible, but the attachment point can be removed when weight is an issue. Now, you might be asking yourself what the weight penalty of all these features is, but with a weight of just over 12 ounces per pair, (or 175g each) the TLT Superlite truly lives up to its name without sacrificing a gram of safety in the process.

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