Plum Tech Bindings Guide M Alpine Touring Binding

Plum Tech Bindings Guide M Alpine Touring Binding
Plum Tech Bindings Guide M Alpine Touring Binding
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Guide M Alpine Touring Binding by Plum Tech Bindings
Whether it's a multi-day trip through the Alps or a springtime couloir-hunting mission in the Rockies, you like to cover some serious ground in the backcountry. Plum's Guide M Alpine Touring Binding is a solid choice for big days in the alpine, built for efficiency on the uphill, and solidity on the downhill. The lightweight is thanks to the aluminum construction, and with an adjustable 5. 5-12 release rating, these bindings don't sacrifice safety when cutting weight. Three different heel risers can accommodate a wide variety of slope angles, and crampon compatibility comes in handy when you end up on firm, steep slopes.

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