These aren’t your mother’s stilettos. Ski Trab now sets the latest fashion trends in Italy, and it’s becoming fashionable to waltz around in Gara Titan high heels. If you’d like to keep up with the latest trends, or just get back to skiing, check out these binding heel pieces.
Gara Titan WC – Trabs lightest race heel. Ships with a titanium U spring installed. 44g.
Gara Titan Steel – The steel race heel, available in standard 5.0mm diameter or a thinner 4.5mm version for lighter skiers. 53 grams.
Gara Titan Release – Release version of the Titan binding with more elasticity in the heel. Choose from three different spring strengths: R8, R10, R12. 77 grams.
Gara Titan Release Adjustable – The Release heel on a handy track for ample BSL adjustment. 119 grams.
TR-Race – Old fixed race heels that feature a one-position riser flap and 360 degrees of rotation. Flat mode sorta works at the recommended 4mm heel gap.
TR-Race Adjustable – Old race heel mounted onto an adjustment track. Using a flat head or socket, you can quickly move your heels pins forward or back within a range of 28mm.
Whats in the BOX? >>>>>>> All heel pieces come with screws.
Hello, What is the difference between R8, R10, R12 in spring strength in release version of . I'm a person with 75kg weight and 182cm high. Is R12 ok for me ?
What are the weights of the respective heel pieces? And can you elaborate on "Flat mode sorta works at the recommended 4mm heel gap" - is this better than the non-flat-mode of the Dynafit low tech heels?
Hi Eric, the TR-Race weighs 55 grams and the adjustable version tips the scales at 95g. You can use the flat mode on hard, even snow, but if there is significant ski flex the heel can collide with your boot. This is true to a degree with all race bindings with a 4mm heel gap. So they are varying degrees better than a LTR heel without a flat mode if that is a feature you desire. In practice, with good articulating boots, it isn't a huge issue to do without flat mode altogether.