Funny name, serious binding. Kreuzspitze is a small manufacturer that crafts bindings every bit as good as its bigger Italian bretheren. Their flagship binding, the SCTT, features solid steel forks and toe springs that can handle heavy loads without pre-release. They've even snuck in a few innovative options that make the impressive build quality even more attractive. Optional risers can be screwed onto the heel forks and used by rotating the unit 180 degrees. Optional adjustment plates match the drill hole pattern of Dynafit touring bindings so these can be used as drop in replacements without redrilling. All in all, the SCTT is a well designed piece of binding machinery weighing in at 140 grams (4.8 ounces).
Random mounting note: The jig for these bindings is awesome. It even has holes for the adjustment plates, which is rare in the tech binding world. These bindings are well supported with parts and tools.
|BSL Adjustment||Optional plate(s)|
|Riser Heights||1 + flat + optional|
|Lateral Release||Fixed or locked|
|Materials||Aluminum, hardened steel, polyeurethane HD, titanium|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Notes||Optional heel risers, great flat-on-ski mode|
|Bottom Line||Great touring features on a race binding.|