Voile 3-Pin Cable Traverse Telemark Binding

Voile 3-Pin Cable Traverse Telemark Binding
Voile 3-Pin Cable Traverse Telemark Binding
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3-Pin Cable Traverse Telemark Binding by Voile
Part of the beauty of tele skiing is how easy it is to explore the backcountry without any of the special setups that fixed-heelers need. Voile's 3-Pin Cable Traverse Telemark Binding provides plenty of classic spring-cable support for the descent with a tempered aluminum toe that locks your foot down for the ascent--just pop off the cable for easy, resistance-free climbing, and stick it back on when you're ready to roll at the top. Dual climbing bails take the stress off your legs, too, so you'll be that much fresher when it's time to shred.

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SKU: VOL000S
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