Tyrolia Attack2 14 Ski Binding

Tyrolia Attack2 14 Ski Binding
Tyrolia Attack2 14 Ski Binding
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Attack2 14 Ski Binding by Tyrolia
The Tyrolia ttack2 14 Ski Binding is built for skiers who look at a mountain see a world of opportunity. The toe adjustment in the toe allows these to easily accommodate whatever boot you are riding, whether it be Walk to Ride, a classic alpine, or even a Lugged AT boot. Once you click your boot of choice into these solid feeling bindings they will drive power to your edges with minimal power loss and the 4-14 din range can work for riders of various sizes and abilities all the way up to expert. One thing to remember with these bindings is the brakes are sold separately to ensure you can find a pair that fit your skis like a glove.

SKU: TYI0002
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