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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
Expedition 56 2.0 NO screws
Superlite 150 89 3.1 NO screws
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, or screws
ST Rotation 7 155** 5.5** Housing Only
Speed 12 174 6.7 Track, brake plate, 4 screws

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.

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Questions & Reviews

4/11/2022
Question from Tobiah M
 
What is the difference between the Speed Radical and Radical ST/FT towers (other than the inclusion of the baseplate/brakes/screws)?

I'm looking to replace some old Dynafit Vertical (circa 2011) towers on my skis.

Looks like I could just get the Speed Radical towers, remove the baseplates that and install the towers only on my already mounted baseplates. That way if I wanted to mount the (new) towers on different skis in the future I'd already have "extra" baseplates? Or should I get the Radical ST/FT towers instead without baseplates?

(I've removed the brakes since the picture was taken.)
4/12/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Tobiah. Just so we're on the same page, the tower will refer to the protrusion sticking up from the base plate while the turret refers to the heel piece that rotates on the tower. The towers for the Speed Radical, Radical ST/FT, and Vertical are all different (the tower height is different between the Speed Rad and Radical ST/FT). Thus, the turrets between those three models are not interchangeable, and you'll need to replace the baseplate if you buy a new heel turret. If you broke a heel turret, we do have a used Vertical turret available here. If I misunderstood your question, please reach out to help@skimo.co and we can get it sorted.
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4/2/2022
Question from Mat
 
4/2/2022
Answer from Jeff
 
Mat, sure do.
We have have some used ones here -- used parts. The Radical 1.0 Roof screw. The same screw is used on all Vertical and Radical bindings.
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3/20/2022
Question from Andrew
 
I’m looking to replace the small metal plate with screw that keeps the u spring from sliding out the back on the dynafit superlite 150. Is this a replacement part I can get or do I have to purchase the entire heel piece to harvest that one small part? Thanks.
3/21/2022
Answer from Jeremy L
 
Thanks for reaching out, Andrew. We don't carry those replacement parts for the Superlite 150 at this time. Looks like a whole heel piece or maybe try to reach out to Dynafit directly.
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3/1/2022
Question from Cazes M
 
Hi,
See attached photo. The entire rotating heal piece broke off my binding and disappeared. It is possible to replace this?
3/1/2022
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Cazes,

If the baseplate and tower are still fully intact, you should be able to drop a new heel piece on the tower. To me, that looks like a Dynafit Radical ST/FT. You can find replacement Radical ST/FT heels in the drop-down above! If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to help@skimo.co!
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2/21/2022
Question from Peri Hartman
 
Hi.
I have a pair of skis with dynafit beast bindings. The heel pieces are incompatible with my new boots. Which of these bindings do you recommend and will there be any issues of using them with the existing toe pieces and brakes.
2/22/2022
Answer from Ian C
 
Hey Peri, the Beast has some compatibility issues as its heel fitting is Dynafit's "horseshoe attachment." You could retrofit your boots with those inserts if you can track them down as we no longer carry them. Otherwise, you could consider a newer binding or replacing just the heels. Probably the closest would be the Radical ST heel + Radical ST brake.

The biggest concern when mixing and matching heels + toes from different tech bindings is how they may affect your release values.
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2/19/2022
Question from Rowan
 
I broke the heel on my superlite 2.0
I didn't see the option here to just purchase that heel. Is the superlite 150 hole pattern the same?
2/19/2022
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Rowan, that binding has been renamed, you can find them as Superlite Z10 or Z12 in the drop list (two release value options). The Z10 was at one point called the Superlite 2.0 Womens for reference.
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12/26/2021
Question from Peter K
 
Blew out heel piece on dynafit binding. Do I need Radical ST heel?

See photo. Thx Peter
12/27/2021
Answer from Will McD
 
Hi Peter, the Radical ST is exactly the heel piece you'll want to order.
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12/1/2021
Question from Greg D
 
Thanks for the reply! Will you be getting any of the FTs in the future? I am looking for the higher din.
12/1/2021
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Greg,
Unfortunately as this is an older model binding we can't order more. Sometimes people turn in used bindings to us for credit, so there is always a chance we'll have some come back in stock here or on the Used Dynafit Parts page if that happens, but that's not something we can plan on.
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11/29/2021
Question from Greg
 
Do you carry the radical ft (12) heal? I see it in the write up but not on the list.
11/30/2021
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Greg,
Unfortunately we don't have the FT heel in stock, hence why you can't find it in the drop-down menu. However, the Radical ST option could work for you, as the only difference in the heel piece is the release value.
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11/17/2021
Question from Darren
 
Hello - I blew out an expansion wedge on my radical ST 2 binding (purchased Mar 2017) last season. Do you have any parts / advice to help me solve my problem? I was in the backcountry and thankfully was able to jam it back in at the hut and epoxy fill the gap...held well enough to get back to the car, but I don't trust it long-term. Thx!
11/17/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Darren. To be safe, I would suggest getting a new heel turret. We unfortunately are out of stock at the moment, however, I would suggest submitting a warranty with Dynafit! Please let us know if you have any other questions.
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10/1/2021
Question from liming z
 
Is any possibility to have the Dynafit super lite 150 heel piece alone available in the future? And also the black diamond helio 200 LT heel piece alone availability by any chance ? Cause I am trying to use the different heel adjustment plate offered from Kreuzspitze which shared the same mounting pattern but can work with different heel piece as well. Thanks in advance!
10/1/2021
Answer from Will McD
 
Hi Liming,
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 help@skimo.co if you have more questions about your setup that you'd like to go over.
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9/30/2021
Question from Trish
 
Shoot, do you have a good recommendation close to the speedfit (doesn't have to be Dynafit) that would work with the Hagan RO1 adjustment plate? I'm specifically looking to switch from the Expedition because it does not have a flat mode and only has one riser and I do a lot of tours with long flat approaches and the lack of a flat mode kills my feet.
9/30/2021
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Trish, thanks for reaching out! If you fill out our online Binding Finder form, that’ll give us a few last details to find the perfect binding for you! Also, what boots will you be using with these new bindings?
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9/29/2021
Question from Patricia
 
I have the hagan RO1 adjustment plates on my skis with the Dynafit expedition heel piece. I want to switch to the dynafit super lite heel piece and was wondering if it will fit this plate as well before I order it?
9/29/2021
Answer from Will McD
 
Hi Patricia, unfortunately, the superlite heel has its own unique hole pattern and will not fit on the R01 plate. For that, you will need the Superlite Adjustment Plate, which you can find here.
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4/2/2021
Comment from Horia
 
Hi there.

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?

best,
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2/17/2021
Question from Ian
 
I notice the ST Radical heel pieces aren't available right now. Are they temporarily sold out or out of production?
2/17/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Ian, we should have more shortly.
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1/25/2021
Question from Peter Woodward
 
I broke off a the piece that holds the pin in my Radical FT12 heel piece. Will an ST heel work on the set-up as long as I keep DIN below 10?
1/25/2021
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Peter,

Thanks for reaching out! To get a better idea of what exactly broke on your binding, send us some photos to help@skimo.co, and we would be happy to help!
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1/25/2021
Question from Bret Halverson
 
Hello, I think have the Dynafit ST Radical bindings. I purchased them in 2014, and I don't fully remember but they say ST on the side. Can you tell from the picture if these are the ST Radicals? Unfortunately, as you can also see the heal stem is bent sideways. Can I replace this with an ST radical heal piece? If yes, do I also need to purchase screws?
1/25/2021
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Bret,

Would you be able to send a few more photos from different angles to help@skimo.co? This will give us a better idea of the true extent of the damage, and we can work towards a solution from there!
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1/22/2021
Question from Reece
 
Hello - I broke the heel turret on a Radical FT binding. I did not see any available Radical FT parts for the heel turret.

Do you have any in stock, or will another piece (like the ST) also work as a replacement.

Thanks!
1/22/2021
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Reece, thanks for reaching out! The Radical ST heel should work just fine for you depending on what release value you use. The FT goes up to 12 and the ST goes up to 10.
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12/30/2020
Question from Ben
 
I recently bought some used Radical FTs. Upon further investigation, they appear to be the v1.0, and the top plate sheared off one heel piece.

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).
1/1/2021
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Ben, send us a few photos to "help@skimo.co", and we'll see what would be the best replacement for you!
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12/24/2020
Question from Kai
 
I have a broken Vertical ST heel piece, the shelf the boot rests on in walk mode has snapped off. What would be the most comparable heel to replace this binding with?
12/24/2020
Answer from Will M
 
Hey Kai,

I'd say the best, most comparable option would be the Radical ST! Thanks for the question!
12/24/2020
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Kai, that shelf is actually to hold a brake down. We do have a used Vertical FT turret which would work.
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