Plum Tech Bindings Race 99 Alpine Touring Binding

Plum Tech Bindings Race 99 Alpine Touring Binding
Plum Tech Bindings Race 99 Alpine Touring Binding
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Race 99 Alpine Touring Binding by Plum Tech Bindings
You're all about speed, and when you're duking it out with your fellow Lycra-clad uphillers, you can't afford any extra weight on your body. Weighing in at just 99 grams per foot, the Plum Race 99 Alpine Touring Bindings are the lightest metal tech binding available. Crafted with a single piece of lightweight aluminum and a titanium fork, these bindings are all about efficiency on the uphill. Depending on the mounted position of the heelpiece, the lateral release can be set to either 6 or 8, and the heel riser helps you out when slope angle increases. Due to their feather light construction, Plum only recommends these bindings for competitions and training.

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SKU: PLM000A
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