Black Diamond Helio 110 Bindings

Black Diamond Helio 110 Bindings
Black Diamond Helio 110 Bindings
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Helio 110 Bindings by Black Diamond
Weighing three ounces a piece, the Black Diamond Helio 110 Binding is most certainly an ultralight choice for backcountry touring and mountaineering. In fact, it's the lightest binding that Black Diamond makes, and unlike most ultralight bindings, it actually boasts reliable release ratings for the ride down. Monolink Technology 1. 0 uses a spring-less toe arm on one side to crank up the binding's release rating to eight. The binding also has an Easy Entry System with an original tech design that eases stepping in with your boot. The heel piece provides two heel risers to assist you on steeper skin tracks.

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