If you already have ten toes, you might consider getting some heels to match. The Dynafit binding heel pieces can be used to replace borked ones, build an unsanctioned super binding, or be stashed in your collection of other unusual parts. It's also not a bad idea to have a backup plan if you're planning an extended stay in a remote place. See the table below for details.
|Weight (g)||Weight (oz)||INCLUDES|
|Low Tech Race||48||1.7||NO screws|
|LTR2 / PDG***||30||1.1||3 screws|
|Superlite 150||89||3.1||More Info. On the Way!|
|Speed Superlite||126||4.4||NO screws|
|Superlite 2.0||101||3.5||NO screws|
|Speed Turn||199||7.0||4 screws|
|Speed Radical*||235||8.3||4 screws|
|Radical ST / FT||155**||5.5**||NO baseplates, brakes, springs or screws|
|ST Rotation 7||155**||5.5**||Housing Only|
Please note that heel pieces are sold individually. If you have two feet, you might want two heels. Also, Dynafit does not include screws with all replacement heels as indicated in above table, but they can be found in our listing for parts.
* The Speed Radical heels are current and include the anti-rotation mechanism and reinforced roofs.
** The Radical ST/FT and Rotation 7 heels do not come with baseplates since those are integrated with the brakes.
*** Low Tech Race 2.0 Heels come in either green or red and your first choice of color may have already gone to the other skier.
*** PDG Heels come in either orange or blue and your first choice of color may have already gone to the other skier.
Questions & Reviews
Unfortunately, we will not have individual Superlite 150 or BD Helio 200 LT heels available. We do have the Superlite Z10/Z12 heels available which would be the closest adjustable-release race-like heel that is compatible with the Kreuzspitze KSL2 adjustment plate. Feel free to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have more questions about your setup that you'd like to go over.
I am raising an issue regarding the heel part of the Dynafit Radical ST. 2.0.
I have purchased in the last four years four different sets of this type of bindings. With all of them I noticed a relatively small play in the heel pins. You can also feel this play when having the boots and skis on, locked on ski-mode, and tilting backwards-forwards. You can also notice this play when pushing-pulling the pins with your bare fingers.
I have recorded a short video of this play (can't upload it here, unfortunately, and you can't really see the play in a photo) and sent it both to a local Dynafit retailer and service shop, and to Dynafit's main office. The local shop said this is not normal, and I should pay them a visit to have a look at the binding(s). Something I wasn't able to do yet. Dynafit, on the other hand, offered to send me spare heel parts. Judging by their swift replay and offer of replacent, I presumed the issue I raised was something they've seen before. Yestarday the parcel from Dynafit arrived at my door, I opened the sealed plastic bags, finding inside brand new Dynafit Rotation 10 heel parts. I guess this is because the Dynafit Radical ST 2.0 are discontinued, and the heel parts are identical to the Rotation 10 version.
But here comes the interesting part: the newly received heel parts have the same play in the pins!
Recently I have had the chance to test, randomly, two other sets of Radical ST 2.0 bindings, both with obvious sizable milage under their belt. And yes, both of them had significant play in the heel pins.
Also recently I had the chance to test a newest generation Dynafit Radical ST heel unit, and there is zero play in the heel pins. Even though, as far as I can tell, the pins part of the heel unit is very similar - if not identical - in the new Radical ST, compared to the old Radical ST 2.0 or the current Rotation 10.
So, I am a little perplexed. Is this play in the heel pins something normal? Anyone else noticing it? Should I worry about it?
Thanks for reaching out! To get a better idea of what exactly broke on your binding, send us some photos to email@example.com, and we would be happy to help!
Would you be able to send a few more photos from different angles to firstname.lastname@example.org? This will give us a better idea of the true extent of the damage, and we can work towards a solution from there!
Do you have any in stock, or will another piece (like the ST) also work as a replacement.
I'm not a crazy intense tourer, but I have done a fair bit of downhill. I'm also 100kg.
What replacement heel piece do you recommend? I don't see FT available currently, would the newer ST version hold up for moderate use? (Ex: I keep my din around 7 or 8).
I'd say the best, most comparable option would be the Radical ST! Thanks for the question!
The pins look to be about 2.5 inches long and have a ball at the back of heel piece to hold it in
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