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DPS H10 Binding

$729.95 $499.95

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When it comes to bindings, DPS gets H10/10 stars - especially the DPS H10 binding! Made by the geniuses at ATK, the DPS H10 has all the features you could want at a weight that makes the competition shudder. With fully adjustable lateral and vertical release values, 20mm of boot sole accommodation, elasticity in the fore/aft and lateral directions, brakes, and multiple magnetic risers, the H10 nonetheless clocks in right around the 300g mark. The EVO brake has no button that needs to be worked when going into/out of tour mode. Instead, the brake will automatically deploy when the heel is rotated forward for stepping in. To lock the brakes, simply turn the heel 180° and then push the brake pad down (or step on it). The H10 also includes a toe shim and a freeride spacer for the heel, giving the binding a more "alpine-like" feel for driving bigger skis. The DPS H10 is the binding that will carry you up the mountain and into the future.

  • Automatic brake self-deploys for skiing and locks itself for climbing.
  • Included toe shim reduces the binding delta for a more level ramp angle.
  • Freeride spacer allows your boot heel to connect with the ski for power transmission.
  • Fully adjustable release from 5-10 in both directions can accommodate a variety of skiers.
  • Rated H10 out of 10 stars by adoring fans.
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Weight (pair) 676g
Boot Compatibility   Tech
Brakes (mm)   91, 97, 102, 108, 120
BSL Adjustment   20mm
Riser Heights   2 + flat
Vertical Release   5-10
Lateral Release   5-10
Crampon Ready   Yes
Specs Verified Yes
Materials   7075 Al, POM plastic, stainless steel pins
Skimo Co Says
Usage All-purpose backcountry skiing
Notes Brake automatically deploys on transition - no buttons needed
Bottom Line Lots of features at a beyond-competitive weight
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Ben
If you get this binding, and then decide you don't like brakes on your touring skis, is it possible to run this binding without brakes? Does the EVO brake setup allow for removing the brakes?

Also - do we know a ramp/delta measurement for this binding?

Thank you!
Answer from Carlos M
Hi Ben,

It is physically possible but not recommended/supported by ATK to remove the brakes on the Evo system. There is no cover for the exposed brake area, and they don't recommend removing it. The older push-button style brake system does have a brake seat cover available and is a better option for taking brakes on and off.

We measured the heel-toe delta of this binding at +10.5mm - check out  our binding pin heights article.
Answer from jbo
Hi Ben, rumor has it there will be a brake cover for the Evo system next season...
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