Plum's Pika Alpine Touring Bindings are ultralight by nature, but you can add a couple grams and a whole lot of convenience by switching out the heel pad for the Plum Tech Pika Brakes. These brakes are easy to install with the included directions and a couple minutes to spare. Unlike most brakes, the Pika Brakes activate by the simple flick of a switch, so you can engage the brakes, or keep them locked in place, whenever you like.
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Plum Tech Bindings Pika Brakes
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