Plum is a small French machine shop that takes pride in manufacturing ski bindings within tight tolerances. Known as fixations in Europe, these bindings are the new standard in lightweight backcountry security. We think you should fixate on the quality instead of the price.
All-metal bindings under 100 grams? You betcha (pending weigh-in)! Designed for those folks looking for every edge in competition, the Plum 99 is the new pinnacle of race-binding minimalism. It also adds a new twist to the concept of adjustable release. C..
Plum invested 5 more grams into the ol’ reliable race 145 binding. The primary return on that investment is a new toe lever that is smoother and easier to operate. Gone are the fiddly-to-mount striker plates that previously decided whether you were in wal..
The Plum 170 binding is the 150 with a built-in 20mm adjustment plate. If you plan on using more than one boot with your setup, this is the version for you. The re-designed toe pieces feature smooth-operating lock levers that have clear stops for skiing a..
Plum describes the new (15/16) WEPA as a perfect match between the lightness of a race binding and the release-precision of a Guide. This makes it “perfect for vertical junkies who are looking for efficiency”. Sure enough, the Plum WEPA has just the featu..
Take a proven design, add higher release values and more adjustability, and you get the Plum Guide binding. Crafted in France with extremely accurate CNC machines, the binding echoes the classic TLT Speed that has proven itself reliable for more than a de..
Going fat doesn’t have to mean going heavy. If you prefer wide skis (e.g. DPS 112s) and aren’t competing on the freeride world tour, the Plum Yak will take you to your happy place. Lightest in category, the touring binding features an extra-wide mounting ..
The XS version of the Guide binding is tailored towards lighter skiers. Plum used softer springs to achieve release values appropriate for smaller skiers, but otherwise the binding is just as robust. It is fully featured with multiple risers, locked/unloc..
If your stash of heels outweighs your stash of toes, it's time to grow more toes. And if you're going to go through some growing pains, you might as well make it some nice toes. The Plum binding toe pieces are relatively sturdy contraptions that have the ..
Maybe you need a replacement. Maybe you're building a franken-binding. Maybe you just want to lighten up your heels. We won't ask what you do with them, but we will take your money. These are Plum binding heel pieces, priced individually. If you buy two, ..
No more sliding. Plum crampons feature a specially designed attachment mechanism that allows you to plop them in place, instead of sliding them on from the side. Hold the crampon vertically to attach/detach it from Plum bindings, and then let it fall into..
Want to use your Plum 135/145/150 with more than one boot? Change boots and the offset bases don’t quite reach? Add some adjustability with these heel plates from Plum.
The rails offer 40 millimeters of fore/aft adjustment using the same Torx T-25 bolt..
Leashes can be very valuable if you’re prone to dropping your skis off a mountain. The Plum leashes are a simple cord that can be hitched to your toe pieces and then to your boot. If your ski comes off, the leash will keep it attached to your leg. If your..
Wear out a fork? Lose a screw? Decide to add the oddly expensive crampon attachment? Whatever you're into, we will try to help. Find our growing list of parts for Plum bindings below:
Crampon Attachments Old (x2) - The metal crampon receptor brackets t..
Designed to make you look like a ninja (OK not really), the Plum race suit certainly does with a mostly-black palette. This will be the best suit for cold days so you can soak in the sun’s rays through your lycra. It also uniquely features a wind-blocking..