Toe plates, heel plates, extension plates, and more. These are all the parts you need to make new those hand me down Radical or Vertical bindings. Please note that heel bases with integrated brakes are listed in our brakes section.
Speed Radical Heel Base - Adjustable base with tower that holds Speed Rad heel housings. Includes antitwist plate.
Radical ST Toe Plate - The plastic riser plate under the Radical ST 1.0 toe piece, also works to shim the Speed Radical.
Radical FT Toe Plate - Almost the same plate as above, but not quite; specifically for the Radical FT 1.0.
Radical FT Connector Plate - The stiffening connector between the toe and heel, complete with a shock absorbing lockout. V1.0 bindings.
Radical 2.0 Toe Plate - The front rotation unit under the toe of the Radical 2.0 and Beast 14 bindings.
Radical FT 2.0 Toe Plate Extension - The support platforms around FT 2.0 toes that distribute force over a wider area. Can upgrade ST 2.0 toes.
Radical FT 2.0 Heel Plate Extension - Similar to the toe extensions, these distribute force over a greater area on Radical 2.0 heels.
Vertical ST Toe Plate - The plastic riser plate under the Vertical ST and TLT Comfort toe pieces.
Vertical FT Heel Plate - Long plate extending toward toe piece, tower has adjustable BSL.
TLT Classic Toe Plate - The plastic riser plate under the TLT Speed Classic toe piece (not the 2017/18 Speed!). Comes with screws.
All bases and plates are sold individually (x1).
Does the Vertical ST toe plate come as a pair or individually? Also, does it include the metal crampon holder, or would I need to order those separately?
Happy 2020! We sell the toe plates individually so order two if you need a full pair. The crampon holder is included with the Vertical ST plate. Have fun out there!
I managed to crack BOTH toe base plates for my TLT Comfort bindings last year (-30C will do that to plastic I guess...). They look very similar to the TLT Classic or Vertical ST toe plates you have pictured. Will either of these work on the toe of the TLT Comforts?
Picture with dimensions of my existing base plate attached.
Hi Kay, thank you for the awesome diagram! Yes, both the TLT Classic and Vertical ST plates will work as replacements for the Comforts. The Classics are a bit smaller and thinner than the Verticals, but they function the same.
Interesting... I'd like to go with the classics to save a few dollars, but I just received a response from a Dynafit rep saying the Classic has wider set mounting screws. I assume you are a Skimo employee? If so are you able to check them side by side to be sure that the classics also fit the Comforts? (Sorry for the hassle. Getting parts in Canada is proving very difficult)
Hello, my vertical ft base plate has broken as shown but the metal tower connector piece is fine. Is it possible to put the metal piece into the speed radical base plate or just buy the plastic part of the base system?
Thanks you, A college student trying to save some money
Hey Sam! That same binding blew apart on me two winters ago while hiking into a yurt for a much-anticipated long weekend. At the time, I too was a college kid just trying to save some money, and I too posted pictures of the broken parts here on Skimo Co asking for help, so I understand the struggle! I ended up just buying a new Speed Turn 2.0 heel for $90, but your breakdown is different. It looks like you can get away with buying a Speed Radical Heel Base, which is a cheaper fix. Happy skiing!
Hi François, there are no extensions for the ST 2.0. If you mean the rotating baseplate, that is listed as Radical 2.0 Toe Plate; it is the same for the ST 2.0 and FT 2.0.
Hello, thank you for your swift reply! I actually mean the carbon powerplate which goes around the toe binding. Not sure how it is called... It is at the top of the photo in attachment, just above the toe binding. François
I need a solution for a crack in the plastic dynafit comfort baseplate that is going to be swapped to a new set of skis. Does maurelli have an antitwist option that would work with the comfort heels (I have had twist issues given large boot size). If not, then what can work as a heel plate - vertical st? (I may also forgo the brakes to try and remedy twisting)....thanks!
Hi! I have a broken TLT Speedfit TOE plate as per attached pictures. I've seen you have a TLT SPEED (not Speedfit, though they seem the same to me) toe plate. Does that fit my broken one? Many thanks! (I'll take ti right away if it fits!)
I have a 2015 Dynafit Radical Speed binding with the antitwist plate and noticed that one of the plastic heel bases is cracked near a mounting screw. FYI, I swap the bindings regularly between skis and accidentally over torqued one of the screws. Could I replace the cracked heel base with the Speed Radical Heel Base?
Hey Champagne. Ouch, that's not fun. Yeah, in theory you could just swap the heel base, but there are a few different versions of it so you'll have to make sure you're getting the one that'll accept the anti-rotation plate. We don't have any in stock at the moment and likely won't be seeing them until the beginning of next season at the very earliest, but I'd be surprised if we see them at all.
I am planning to remount my Radical FTs 1.0 but without the vibration damping system. I have read (on Wildsnow.com) that I can use the toe plate from the Radical ST 1.0. So two questions: have you tried this and if it worked do you have the toe plate in stock (and what price). Thanks!