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Dynafit Toe Pieces

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Need a replacement tech toe? Want a backup for a critical mission? Just need toes for a splitboard? Have only one leg? Whatever the reason, you can't go wrong with Dynafit binding toe pieces. Select from the optionally-auto-locking Low Tech Race; race weight but non-auto-locking Superlite; or the sturdy Radical toes with Power Towers, amongst others. Here are the details:

Weight (g) Weight (oz) WHAT'S INCLUDED?
Low Tech Race 2.0 / PDG 80 2.8 NO crampon clip or screws
Low Tech Race 105 67 2.4 4 screws, no crampon clip
Low Tech Race 115 80 2.8 4 screws, no crampon clip
Superlite 150 71 2.5 Leash attachment, NO crampon clip or screws
Superlite 2.0 / 175 80 2.8 NO crampon clip or screws
Speed 10 / 12 126 4.4 Shim, crampon clip + 4 screws
Speed Turn 1.0 157 5.5 Integrated base plate + 5 screws
Speed Turn 2.0 139 4.9 Crampon clip + 4 screws
Speed Radical - Steel 145 5.1 NO crampon clip or screws
Speed Radical - Alu 114 4.0 NO crampon clip or screws
Speed Radical - Silver 110 3.9 Crampon Clip but NO screws
Radical ST - Silver 154 5.4 Crampon clip, 4 screws, + toe shim
Radical ST - Alu 166 5.8 Crampon clip, 4 screws, + toe shim
Radical ST / FT - Steel 143 5.0 NO baseplate, crampon clip, or screws
Radical ST 2.0 223 7.9 Baseplate w/ crampon clip + 4 screws
ST Rotation 7 218 7.7 NO crampon clip or screws
Vertical FT 205 7.2 Baseplate w/ crampon clip + 5 screws
RC1** 37 1.3 Rotating unit + 4 screws
Speed 12 104 3.7 baseplate and screws
ST Rotation 198 7.0 baseplate and screws

-> Please note these toes are SOLD INDIVIDUALLY so consider buying two if you have a pair of skis that need fixin'. Also note that often Dynafit does not include removable crampon receptors or screws with replacement toe pieces as shown above. The same goes for Radical ST / FT base plates. All of those goodies can be found in our listing for parts. Also, see our listing for heels.

Low Tech Race toes are available in auto-locking and manual versions. Auto-locking means the toe tends towards walk mode when stepping in, whereas manual means you must pull the toe lever up to lock it.

** Please specify RIGHT or LEFT RC1 toe in the order comments and we'll see what we can do.

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Questions & Reviews

2/24/2022
Question from Marc H
 
The Speed Turn 2.0, Black from the Binding Model menu looks nothing like the Speed Turn 2.0 from the weight/included menu. Is the photo of the Speed Radical Aluminum? And if so, it looks as if it has a crampon attachment, yet in the description it says no crampon attachment? Thanks
2/24/2022
Answer from Ian C
 
Hi Marc, that is indeed a photo of the black/silver Speed Turn 2.0 toe piece! Dynafit has slightly updated the toe this year, most noticeably by smoothing out the metal rod connected to the lever. That should also include the associated crampon attachment and screws.
2/24/2022
Answer from Marc H
 
Ian, do you mean the photo is of the Speed Radical Aluminum rather than the Speed Turn 2.0?
2/24/2022
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Marc, I figured it out...the Speed Turn 2.0 link in the description was pointing to the 1.0. That is fixed, they should now match. Thanks for reporting!
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1/14/2022
Question from Christian
 
It seems the names are (slightly) different in the "what do you get" table compared to the dropdown when adding things to your cart.
Is "Radical ST/FT, Steel" in the dropdown "Radical ST / FT" (no screws/clip) or "Speed Radical - Steel" (with screws and clip) in the table?
Thanks!
1/14/2022
Answer from Cole P
 
Hey Christain, the "Speed Radical - Steel" will include crampon clip + 4 screws. Otherwise, the Speed Radical toes are identical to Radical ST/FT toes.
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1/10/2022
Question from Trevor
 
Is the heel piece for the Radical ST 10 and the Rotation 10 the same or similar? I am wondering if I can buy the Rotation 10 toe pieces and keep the Radical ST 10 heels. Thanks.
1/11/2022
Answer from Jeff
 
Trevor, The Radical ST and the Rotations are very different heel pieces. The Rotation toe works with the Gapless Rotation heel as a gapless binding.
The Rotation toe wouldn't really make the Old Radical heel preform better.
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12/25/2021
Question from Mike C
 
I ordered two Low-Tech Race auto-lockers about a month ago. I presumed based on limited research and (probably) too much assumption that auto-lock meant that when I stepped in, they would be locked, no further action needed.

Does "auto" mean something other than "auto"?
12/26/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Mike, I would describe it as "tends towards locked". In other words, the spring is installed such that the tension pushes the lever upwards towards the locked position.
12/26/2021
Answer from mike c
 
Thanks for the honesty.

But man -- that sort of nebulous "engineering" is boosheit.
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4/14/2021
Question from Alden
 
I don't see the speed turn 2.0 in your inventory, would any of these fit the same screw pattern and work as an emergency replacement for long tours?
4/14/2021
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Alden, the Speed Radical toe uses the same hole pattern as the Speed Turn 2.0 and would work great!
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4/2/2021
Question from Devon M
 
Will the ST rotation 10 toe piece work with Speed Turn 2.0 heel piece? I have that heel piece but want the added knee protection of the ST rotation with the din settings
4/3/2021
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Devon, theoretically you could run that combo. The only issue you would run into is inconsistencies with your release values because of the rotating toe on the Rotation binding. It may just be a better option to just sacrifice the weight and get the Rotation heel as well. Give us a shout if you have any more questions.
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4/1/2021
Question from Hayden
 
Will you be getting more of the steel speed radical (or speed turn) toe pieces in at some point? I realize that the aluminum version is probably just as good, but it doesn't come with screws.. :(
4/1/2021
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Hayden,

If screws are the limiting factor, take a look at the Radical ST/FT toe in the steel. When mounted without the shim, this toe will work with 12.5mm torx screws, which you can find under our Dynafit Binding Screws listing. Additionally, you will need the Radical 1.0 Crampon Receptor, which will be under our Dynafit Crampon Receptors listing.

Otherwise, to be set up for a notification when we get more Speed Turn 2.0 or Speed Radical Steel Toes, reach out to us at help@skimo.co
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2/12/2021
Fes N (used product regularly)
 
I use the Dynafit Speed Turn 2.0 on my splitboard and they're way better than the Spark tech toes. Easier to engage and release!

Just ordered a second pair for my second split.
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2/5/2021
Question from Tuju
 
I have a Fischer tour race 2.0 binding and need a new toe peice. I understand that they are Dynafit bindings and wonder which toe peice will match the hole pattern?
2/6/2021
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Thanks for reaching out! Email us a few photos of your bindings(toes and heels) to help@skimo.co, and we'll see what will work for you!
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1/14/2021
Question from james l lloyd
 
Which toe replacement uses the same five hole mount as my old tourlight? when I bought them there was only one model of dynafit binding. BTW they have worked perfectly for,I guess , twenty five(+?) years.
1/14/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi James, they can last forever! Dynafit doesn't actually use that 5-hole pattern any longer. Some other brands use 4/5 out of those holes, but no current Dynafit matches up. For a list of what would match, see our table of mounting patterns.
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9/10/2020
Question from Woodsen S
 
Just wondering which dynafit two pices have the narrowest screw pattern? (the least distance from the center of the bindings to the center of the screw holes?
9/10/2020
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Most Dynafit toe pieces use a 30mm x 39mm mounting pattern, and the new Dynafit Low Tech Race 105 uses a 24/42.5 x 25 pattern. You can find more info in our Hole Pattern article, is there a specific project we can help with?
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2/12/2020
Comment from Anthony O
 
Speed radical aluminum toes with crampon receptors and screws are 131 grams. (I had the same measurement of 114 grams for the toe alone, so my measurement should be *to scale* (sorry not sorry))
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11/26/2019
Question from Samuel Cooper
 
I have an old pair of tri-steps (haha), that I want to replace the toe pieces of. The rear towers are still in good shape, but the toes are causing me problems. Do you have any models that I can buy or scraps lying around with the same 5 bolt pattern and height offset? I've heard that the comfort (and maybe classic) models work as a direct switch, but I'm really not sure myself. Any advice would be helpful too! Thanks!
11/29/2019
Answer from Jeff
 
Samuel, we actually have a set of used toes that have the same hole pattern and pin height- Used.
Or you can go new. The new Dynafit pattern you can use two holes and just drill two more. We have plenty to choose from Dynafit Toes.
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4/1/2019
Question from Pete A
 
I picked up some speed turn 2.0's last year, and while I haven't had too many problems with pre-release, I have had enough where I'm scared to ski them on anything with sliding fall potential. The toes seem to release on jump turn type moves. Do you think an ST radical toepiece with the wings would have more beef for rotational turns on the steeps?
4/4/2019
Answer from eric
 
Pete- Pre-release is due to the smaller amount of elasticity in tech bindings. I would first try turning your lateral release on your heel (the big flat head screw) up one notch and see if that helps your issues. To answer your question though the radical st toe is not any beefier. The wings are to assist with step in. There are toes from other brands that offer more retention.
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3/23/2019
Question from Jeff
 
I have a set of the original hoji beast 16s with toe pieces that seem on the verge of failure, the beast 14 toe piece is the same as the radical 2.0 ST/FT which is in turn almost the same as the rotation 10/12, would the ST rotation toepiece be a viable match with my beast 16 heels, which are basically identical to the beast 14?
3/23/2019
Answer from Jeff
 
Jeff, All your deductions are correct about the toe pieces. Whether or not the release values will align to spec, I cannot /would not say.
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3/10/2019
Question from John
 
I have a set of dynafit tlt speedfit toe pieces that are causing me trouble. One prereleases unexpectedly and the other has the little plastic bit that keeps the toe locked in tour mode sheared off.

Do you have a better alternative that would fit the same whole pattern?

thx
3/10/2019
Answer from jbo
 
Hi John, all of the Radical, Turn, LTR, and PDG bindings use the same toe hole pattern as the Speed. The Radical are the most popular.
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12/10/2018
Question from Mark
 
I have brand new Scarpa F1 boots with brand new Speed Turn 2.0 bindings. The toes are very hard to release (impossible at times) when the heel is locked (ski mode), and moderately hard to release with the heel in tour. These problems do not exist with the new boot in old bindings, or old boots in the new bindings. I have never experienced this in 12+ years of tech setups. Have you run into this issue, or perhaps have any sage advice?
12/10/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Mark! We have run into issues like this before a few times. Because there is no standardization as far as wing clearance, boot sole rocker, boot lug height, etc, there are a lot of variables at play. If you pop the boot into the binding and try to open the toe piece (while not wearing the boot), see if the rubber is hitting the toe wings at all. If it is, grinding the rubber down might mitigate some of these issues and gain more clearance for the binding to open.
12/13/2018
Answer from Mark H
 
After some shaving and cutting on the boot sole, the problem is possibly a little better, but still exists. The boot is still stuck in the toe piece when depressing the toe lever to release the toe pins. It is worst when the heel is locked; when the heel is free you can rotate to a sweet spot where the toe pins let go. The new F1 boot works fine with an old TLT Speed toe (the 5-hole one). So, I measured the pin spread when the binder is open and the old Speed toes open to ~69 mm where the new ones open to ~66 mm. I think the narower gap is part of the issue. Not sure where to go, but afraid to keep grinding away the boot....
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11/28/2018
Question from mbillie1
 
What (if any) Dynafit toes share the hole pattern of the Speed Radical? I have some SR toes I wouldn't mind eventually swapping for something lighter and red if possible lol. PDG toes match? Superlites?
11/28/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi mbillie1, lots of the toes use the Radical pattern, including the Superlites, LTR/PDGs, and Speed Turn 2.0s. We nerded out with the calipers and documented all the mounting patterns here.
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11/6/2018
Question from Eric
 
Are any of these the 12 din rotational toe?
11/6/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Eric! Yeah, the Radical 2.0 toe is the same one on the Radical 2.0 ST and FT. We don't have the new ST Rotation 10 or 12 toe though if that's what you're going for. Should see those soon I believe?
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4/11/2018
Question from toddball
 
Are the toes the same for the black and white versions of the Superlite 2.0?
4/11/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Structurally, yes. Aesthetically, no. Just a lever difference, everything else is the same though.
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