Black Diamond Helio 200 R5-10 Bindings

Black Diamond Helio 200 R5-10 Bindings
Black Diamond Helio 200 R5-10 Bindings
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Helio 200 R5-10 Bindings by Black Diamond
The Helio 200 R5-10 Binding is part of Black Diamond's new, ultralight binding line, and is ready to take on steep skintracks, long approaches, or fast powder laps before work. Weighing in at just over 14. 1 ounces per pair, you might not notice you have bindings on your skis as you crush steep ascents with impressive ease. To maximize efficiency on the ups, three heel riser options allow you to cater to the terrain, and when it's time to snap in your heel for the descent each turn feels secure and responsive, despite the binding's low weight. Instead of having just three release values like the other bindings in the Helio line, the 200 features values from five to 10 for reliable, customizable release.

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SKU: BLD00V7
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