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.
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 as of 2018/19 and include the anti-rotation mechanism and reinforced roofs.
** The Radical ST/FT 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.
Just double checking to make sure the Radical FT binding heel piece you sell is the same as mine...
Mike, people have been mixing toe and heel pieces together for years, without much issue. Toes do not have a release value, even the 6 spring Kingpin toes. So go for it. Myself and Skimo are not responsible for the contents of this comment!
Jeff M, thanks for your response! Another question, Im curious if the yoke piece from the Radical ST is the same as the Vertical ST, that way, I could swap out the broken.. Again, thanks for the advice!!
I broke the yoke piece on my Vertical ST bindings in addition to some plastic piece that didnt effect performance. With the yoke gone, the pins dont stay locked in my boot. Can i straight replace this older heel binding with the radical st version?
I ripped the rotating part off my dynamite rotation st 10 bindings.I need to replace the whole heal assembly.Are the brakes transferable?If not I will need a brake with the heal piece for a 105 mm ski.Do you have one?
Hello - I have a pair of Radical 2.0's in 105. On one of them, the heel piece keeps working backward while skiing until the separation between the boot heel and the two prongs on the Dynafit heel piece gets so wide that the binding releases. When I then adjust the screw to move the heel back into place, it feels like there is little to no tension on the screw. It seems to be happening with only one of my two skis. Is this a known problem? Dynafit suggested I purchase a new baseplate. Do you agree?
Have a pair of fischer branded Dynafit Beast 16s, but just learned that I won’t be able to use the Hojis I was gifted with them. Would the radical 2 FT heel pieces work, or do you have another recommendation?
Hey Ned! That's a good gift! Not sure if the Beast 16 toe and Radical 2 heel have ever been "officially" cleared to work with one another. I suppose technically they would, but who knows what kind of release characteristics you'll end up with if you mix that combo, all I can do is speculate at this point.
Parts query: I just broke off the plastic "shelf" on a Dynafit Vertical heel piece. Dynafit says they have no spare parts available. Would you happen to have a Vertical heel piece for parts in your bone yard?
Hey Pico! Looks like we're out at the moment and probably for the foreseeable future. The good news is that we have a Used Dynafit Parts page that's worth keeping an eye on. Worst case, the Vertical heel hole pattern matches up with the Speed Radical and Speed Turn heel pieces so a full blown replacement wouldn't be the end of the world.
I have a broken Radical ST heel as in the picture. I would like to buy a replacement, but as far as I heard damages on this model are quite frequent. What other heel piece is compatible with this one? Thank you!
Hi Adrian, for the number of Radical ST bindings that have been sold over time, they actually have a decent track record of performance. The design and most of the bindings out there are getting on in age and are probably ready for retirement so it's not a shock when a heel breaks from time to time but the parts are still pretty available and worth replacing.
As for compatibility, there really isn't anything that's cross compatible as a drop in replacement/upgrade. Only the Radical ST heel pieces will be compatible with the base plate that you have pictured.
Thank you for your answer. Which Radical ST? 1 or 2.0?
Hey, I have some old old Radical FT bindings, with the black plastic volcanos, and my heel piece broke. I would love to fix them, or jerry rig something by getting another headpiece which would be compatible. Any help? Screw pattern is the standard dynafit pattern, or something like that. Thanks!!
Hi Jake, if you mean Vertical FTs (the ones with volcanoes), you can get replacement roofs (speed or comfort plates) from B&D. Note you'll also need the volcanoes if you go with comfort plates. Other than that, you're looking at new heel pieces.
Good morning, I've broken my Dynafit Radical ST heel piece (about 2 years old). I'd like to order a new one, but don't know which to choose; Radical ST or Radical ST 2.0? Thanks for the help. I've broke several of these heels over the last couple of years where the top portion with the pins attaches to the lower part of the binding. Do you know, is this problem common or rare? Thanks.
Hi Mark, it sounds likely that you have a Radical ST binding. If it is all black and gray, you have a Radical ST, if there is some green and bronze color to it, you have a Radical ST 2.0. We currently have both in stock, and you can select the one you need from the drop down menu above.
I'm sorry to hear that you've broken several of these. It seems that if there is going to be a failure of the Radical ST binding, that the heel piece is the weakest link. That being said, we have many customers who have never had a problem so it seems to be hit or miss as to whether or not its an issue.
Hello from Kyrgyzstan. I am here for the winter and have q question for you. I have a pair of Fischer Hannibal 94 with Dynafit TLT Radical 2.0 bindings. The ski is light but the bindings are not as I am now skiing on the set up I bought from you this summer. I am skiing with a pair of Fischer Carbon Ski Mo boots I bought from you. I want to ski the Hannibals at times with these boots and am considering putting a pair of Superlight 2.0 heels on the skis (with Quiver Killers). What do you think? How do you think they would do with the TLT Radical 2.0 toe pieces as I dont really want to replace those too. I think the pattern of the two heel pieces is the same. So there you have it. Thanks, Toby Wheeler
Hey Toby! Ha, it's tough to go back to heavy gear once you get a taste of the good stuff isn't it?
Officially the Radical 2.0 toe is only compatible with the Radical 2.0 heel because of the forward pressure/rotating plate. The Rad 2.0 toe has seriously soft toe springs (intentionally) to help with the lateral release factors, so it could potentially give you some really low release values. Short answer: I wouldn't do it. If you're looking at lightening up then I'd say just sell the old binding and start from square one with a complete Superlite 2.0.
Hey guys I just cracked part of the tower (white plastic near base) on a speed radical heel (older generation before the rotation fix). I have a set of speed turn heels - is it possible to do surgery and replace the white plastic part of the speed radical with the white plastic part of the speed turn? The white part looks exactly the same as far as I can tell.
Hey John! Dang, that's a bummer! I'm gonna say yes, it's probably possible, but unless you already have a speed turn heel that you were going to throw away it's probably not worth it. I'd just grab a completely new Speed Rad heel piece.
1) Is it possible to use the Speed Radical heel with the TLT Radical ST 2.0 toe? Or is this a case of "yer gonna die"? Since I already have the toes, and they're mounted with Quiver Killers, I'm wondering if I can save a few bucks this way. If this isn't the best idea, is it possible, using Quiver Killers, to switch between the TLT Radical 2.0 toe and the Speed Radical toe? Or will it be too close? 2) Is it possible, using Quiver Killers, to switch between the TLT Radical 2.0 heel and the Speed Radical heel on the same ski? Or will it be too close?
Considering this setup on my Nanga Parbats to save a little weight for longer tours.
1) This isn't definitely a case of "yer gonna die" but it's also not definitely not a case of "yer gonna die." Maybe more of a case of "we don't recommend it, but try at yer own risk if yer motivated." Either way, probably not wise to mix any part of the Rad 2.0 and any part of a more traditional binding like the Speed Rad as the springs in both the toe and heel on each binding is tuned differently and who knows how they will end up behaving in release tests. Could be so low that the binding is barely usable or it could be so high that the binding release forces exceed that of the strength of your bone structure. Either scenario isn't anywhere near ideal though and I don't recommend it.
2) I checked the hole pattern for both bindings and it looks like that's probably not gonna work. We recommend at least 15mm between each QK insert and there's just not enough space in the Radical 2.0 hole pattern for a Speed Radical to fit with inserts. You could potentially get away with it if you didn't have inserts in the ski, but there's still not a whole lot of potential there.
FWIW, I'm doing the inverse of that with very good results - Using Speed Radical toes with Radical ST 2.0 heels. Releases are appropriate (it does release, but no pre-releases). Skied many times with this setup on Voile Vectors last year, both BC and on Resort. I used the B&D 6.4mm shims under the toes.
That's awesome to hear actually, I'm glad to hear that it's going well. We have definitely built a few of these setups before and have had no negative reactions (so far) so it sounds like it's entirely doable. Sounds like my apprehension was a bit excessive to begin with. Still not recommended by Dynafit and we haven't been able to put these setups on our release testing machine so I can't comment on exactly how it performs under stress, but it sounds like it's working close enough to appropriately that it's feasible, which is sweet.